Pat Buchanan fires a laser-like shot across the bow of the Clinton coronation train. “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable,” said John F. Kennedy. The 1960s and early 1970s were a time of social revolution in America, and President Nixon, by ending the draft and ending the Vietnam war, presided […]
Archives for August 2016
Greetings from Warren, Vermont and the Pitcher Inn overlooking the Warren Store.
Pat Buchanan tells Americans at The American Conservative that Donald Trump is the candidate who would replace the globalism of the transnational elites, send illegals back, and reject the TPP. Donald Trump’s success, despite the near-universal hostility of the media, even much of the conservative media, was due in large part to the public’s response […]
At TheHill.com, Brent Budowsky urges the inclusion of Libertarian Party candidate, Gary Johnson in the presidential debates to give America the informed choice it deserves in November. The presidential debates should offer the American people an opportunity to evaluate the candidates for president and make an informed choice about the future direction of the nation. […]
Distrust vs. disgust. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could start all over again? One of America’s presidential candidates, with a long record of misdeeds, would trash the 1st and 2nd Amendments and perhaps begin dismantling the Constitution. The other candidate is “volatile, ill-informed, immature, and self-absorbed.” Thomas Sowell continues with his explanation on why […]
J. Michael, writing at The National Interest: The Chinese leadership is well aware that waging war on two fronts can be disastrous for even the most battle-hardened militaries. But war isn’t what it has in mind, and it will likely go to great lengths to avoid such an outcome: permanent conflict, is instead the current […]
Daniel Larison, writing at The American Conservative explains to readers that Hillary Clinton projects to be a “very hawkish president.” Presidents with less hawkish records than Clinton have ended up launching new wars and intervening in foreign conflicts far more often than their campaign rhetoric would have suggested. Bush campaigned on conducting a “humble” foreign […]
Will Gary Johnson Debate? Will Gary Johnson make it to the debate stage? He needs 15% in the polls to make it. The Commission on Presidential Debates has told venues hosting debates to prepare for three podiums on stage. Johnson is within striking distance of participating in the debates.
The National Interest explains how U.S. alliances should be judged: The United States stands at the center of a far flung global alliance system, which commits it to defend the security of countries rich and poor, great and small, liberal and illiberal. The principal U.S. formal alliances are the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the U.S.-Japan […]