Trump’s Foreign Policy Scorecard

May 10, 2018 Staff 0

While President Trump’s “strategy of tension,” as described by French President Emmanuel Macron, appears to be effective with North Korea, though calling it a strategy at all, says Phil Giraldi, is questionable given the administration […]

Macron: The Last Multilateralist

May 1, 2018 Staff 0

By Patrick J. Buchanan “Together,” President Macron instructed President Trump, “we can resist the rise of aggressive nationalisms that deny our history and divide the world.” Before Congress he denounced “extreme nationalism,” invoked the UN, […]

America’s Unsustainable Empire

April 24, 2018 Staff 5

How long can America continue to expend our blood and treasure to sustain security commitments around the world? And how long should we keep trying to do so? Many would argue we should never have entered […]

Has the War Party Hooked Trump?

April 11, 2018 Staff 2

Following reports of an alleged gas attack on civilians in Syria, President Trump threatened Bashar Assad, via Twitter, with paying a “big price.” This in spite of just recently announcing the U.S. would be withdrawing […]

Is Trump Assembling a War Cabinet?

March 30, 2018 Staff 3

It would seem President Trump does not remember the history Candidate Trump seemed to understand, given his choices of cabinet members who support war and more war and seem intent on bombing Iran—sooner than later.  […]

Is the GOP Staring at Another 1930?

March 20, 2018 Staff 0

Pat Buchanan warns, “The party of ‘tax and tax, spend and spend, and elect and elect’ appears to be reaching the end of its tether. Federal deficits are rising toward trillion-dollar levels,” even as the […]

Trump – Middle American Radical

February 15, 2018 Staff 0

Many think of Donald Trump as a conservative Republican. Yet this is not the case, explains Pat Buchanan, who refers to an article arguing a more accurate description is “radical anti-progressive.” So who is this […]

Little Rocket Man Wins the Round

January 12, 2018 Staff 0

It would appear Kim Jong Un’s strategy has worked, and nuclear war has yet again been averted. Now, says Pat Buchanan, is the time to reconsider our longstanding obligation to defend South Korea. By Patrick […]

Who Wants War With Iran?

January 5, 2018 Staff 1

The consequences of a U.S. war with Iran would be devastating, so why is Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley indicting Iran in a recent missile fired at a Saudi airport? It would appear the […]

The Times Rides to Mueller’s Rescue

January 3, 2018 Staff 0

The New York Times has explained it was not the “dirty dossier” from former spy Christopher Steele, paid for by the Democrats, that led to the FBI’s endless investigation of President Trump for supposedly colluding […]

Unlike Nixon, Trump Will Not Go Quietly

December 18, 2017 Staff 0

Patrick Buchanan compares Watergate to Russiagate, and President Trump to President Nixon, and concludes if the situation should become even more similar, Donald Trump is not likely to “go quietly.” By Patrick Buchanan On Aug. 9, […]

Democrats Behind Fake News Dossier

November 7, 2017 admin 0

The Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC have been tied to the bogus report on Trump’s “deep, compromising ties to Russia,” which even former FBI Director James Comey called “salacious and unverified,” that was released before […]

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