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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Pat Buchanan
Will Swift's deeply researched "Pat and Dick," following closely on the heels of Jeffrey Frank's "Ike and Dick," suggests there may be a new breeze blowing from often unexpected directions.
Air America, the left-wing syndicated radio station, died in the marketplace. It could not sustain itself because its business model was flawed from the start. Americans did not listen.
Aerialists, acrobats and contortionists are among the guests at this year's Academy Awards.
Conservative commentator and columnist Patrick Buchanan has been fired by MSNBC for being too controversial. "I don't think the ideas that [Mr. Buchanan] put forth [in his bestselling book "Suicide of a Superpower"] are appropriate for the national dialogue, much less on MSNBC," said MSNBC President Phil Griffin. This weak explanation does nothing to counter the reality that the liberal network has decided to censor its most prominent nonliberal voice.
It's official: Pat Buchanan has been fired from MSNBC. Mr. Buchanan broke the news with a blistering column that charged liberals with "blacklisting" him from the network. He wrote, "The modus operandi of these thought police ... is to brand as racists and anti-Semites any writer who dares to venture outside the narrow corral in which they seek to confine debate. All the while prattling about their love of dissent and devotion to the First Amendment, they seek systematically to silence and censor dissent."
MSNBC dropped conservative commentator Pat Buchanan on Thursday, four months after suspending him following the publication of his latest book.
MSNBC's top executive said Saturday that he hasn't decided whether conservative commentator and author Pat Buchanan will be allowed back on the network.
It's about time the alarm was sounded on China and especially by Patrick J. Buchanan ("Buchanan: Take the China Test," Commentary, Monday).
A review of Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?
The Washington Times' editors may know that the highest accolade in the U.S. Navy is two simple words: "Well done." They may not know that the flag-hoist signal for this phrase is "Bravo Zulu." Friday's Commentary section contained three columns that individually and collectively deserve that accolade: "Song of the shopkeeper" and, under the shared headline "American's moment of truth," two with the subheads "Only tough leadership can save economy" and "The last conservative, Pat Buchanan."
Is America in its twilight years? Patrick J. Buchanan argues it is. Americans, especially conservatives, should heed his warnings. The very future of our republic is at stake. Mr. Buchanan has written the political book of the year - and maybe of our time.
Pat Buchanan said that he didn't mean to slur President Barack Obama by referring to him as "your boy" during a discussion with Al Sharpton.
Pat Buchanan says he didn't mean to slur President Barack Obama by referring to him as "your boy" during a discussion with Al Sharpton.
Sen. John McCain, whose life is a continuing exemplar of the American heroic ideal, regretfully has got it quite wrong when he says that growing GOP opposition to the Libyan and Afghan wars is evidence of isolationism.
SHELDON, Iowa — After a 30-minute, immigration-packed stump speech, Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo figured that he was done talking, but his campaign chairwoman wouldn't let him sit down until he assured supporters here of his perfect 30-year voting record on pro-life issues.
"You don't send the Seventh Cavalry to collect a bill, and that's exactly what happened," Mr. Buchanan told Sean Hannity on his radio show.