Bad Idea to Keep Poking Russians

November 1, 2019 Staff 2

Tensions in the Black Sea could rise dramatically if U.S. agitation doesn’t stop. By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts The neoconservatives who run U.S. foreign policy are now herding the U.S. out of the remaining arms […]

Is a New U.S. Mideast War Inevitable?

July 19, 2019 Staff 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan In October 1950, as U.S. forces were reeling from hordes of Chinese troops who had intervened massively in the Korean War, a 5,000-man Turkish brigade arrived to halt an onslaught by […]

Behind Trump’s Exasperation

June 12, 2018 Staff 0

President Trump is understandably frustrated with G-7 leaders’ expectations that the U.S. will continuously fund their nations’ security while they “rip us off on trade.” By Patrick J. Buchanan At the G-7 summit in Canada, […]

Are Bibi and Bolton in the Wheel House Now?

May 11, 2018 Staff 3

Pat Buchanan asks, and with good reason given President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal, “Is the foreign policy that America Firsters voted for being replaced by the Middle East agenda of Bibi and […]

Too Many Wars. Too Many Enemies.

January 30, 2018 Staff 1

NATO is staring down “the worst crisis in its history,” says Pat Buchanan, and the U.S. decision on whether to stand with the Kurds against Turkish aggression or abandon the Kurds will determine if NATO […]

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