Tag Archives: Pat Buchanan

The Pursuit of Racial Amity: Amity Seems to be Running Faster than We Are

What we are doing isn’t working. Violence grows. Sooner or later there will be an explosion and, perhaps, a conflict from which the country will never recover. Two days in a row, two very smart men (Fred Reed and Pat … Continue reading

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Secession and County Rights

There is not going to be secession by armed revolution in the United States… America is homogeneous…  Most Americans speak English… But not for much longer if the FedGov’s current immigration policy is allowed to continue. (Drastically skewed toward third … Continue reading

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Does the South Belong in the Union?

Is there any doubt in any reasonable man’s mind but what the Southern States are “Occupied Territories?” And the really insidious thing about it is that Southern boys have died in great disproportion to their representation in the general population … Continue reading

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America’s Role in a Darkening Age

“Without universal values in our foreign policy, we have no identity as a nation — and that is the only way we can lead with moral legitimacy in an increasingly disordered world.” But, but, I thouht they hated us because … Continue reading

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Christmas in an Anti-Christian Age

By Patrick J. Buchanan Tuesday – December 25, 2012  By Patrick J. Buchanan For two millennia, the birth of Christ has been seen as the greatest event in world history. The moment Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem, … Continue reading

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