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Behind the sinking of the Lusitania

Sep 1 2014 8:43pm CDT | Source: WND

About how America became involved in certain wars, many conspiracy theories have been advanced – and some have been proved correct. When James K. Polk got his declaration of war as Mexico had “shed American blood upon the American soil,” Rep. Abraham Lincoln demanded to know the exact spot where it had happened. And did the Spanish really blow up the battleship Maine in Havana Harbor, the casus belli for the Spanish-American War? The Gulf of Tonk ...
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Nobody else is consistently right

Aug 29 2014 4:53pm CDT | Source: WND

Mr. Pat Buchanan, I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your columns and writings over the last 18 months. No one else in the media consistently gets it right. Everything else I see is cant or propaganda – dangerously so. Over the last 30 years, my own readings in recent American history have led to a turnaround in my opinion of Richard Nixon as well. If only we had that level of statecraft in Washing ...
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Has Hillary ever been right?

Aug 28 2014 6:51pm CDT | Source: WND

Sen. Rand Paul raises an interesting question: When has Hillary Clinton ever been right on foreign policy? The valkyrie of the Democratic Party says she urged President Obama to do more to aid Syrian rebels years ago. And last summer, she supported air strikes on Bashar Assad’s regime. Had we followed her advice and crippled Assad’s army, ISIS might be in Damascus today, butchering Christians and Alawites and aiding the Islamic State in Iraq in overrunning Baghdad. Bu ...
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Buchanan: Romney 'Looking At,' 'Considering' Presidential Run

Aug 26 2014 9:33am CDT | Source: Big Government

Columnist and former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan said that former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) is mulling the possibility of running for president in 2016.   On Tuesday’s “Laura Ingraham Show,” he stated Romney is “obviously looking at it [running for president] and considering it.” And “I think he ought to do it...if that’s the way he believes, but that’s on a personal level, you don’t want to end your lif ...
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A plan to defeat the Islamic State

Aug 25 2014 3:47pm CDT | Source: WND

The decisions that determined the fate of the great nations and empires that failed to survive the 20th century are well known. For the Kaiser’s Germany, it was the “blank cheque” to Austria after Sarajevo. For Great Britain, the 1939 war guarantee to Poland. For the Third Reich, it was the June 1941 invasion of Russia. For the Empire of the Sun, the decision to attack Pearl Harbor. And for the Sovi ...
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The howl of the mob: Race-based justice

Aug 21 2014 5:09pm CDT | Source: WND

Among the demands of the “protesters” in Ferguson is that the investigation and prosecution of police officer Darren Wilson be taken away from St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch. McCulloch is biased, it is said. How so? In 1964, his father, a St. Louis police officer, was shot to death by an African-American. Moreover, McCulloch comes from a family of cops. He wanted to be a police officer himself, but w ...
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Is Ferguson our future?

Aug 18 2014 3:56pm CDT | Source: WND

“America is on trial,” said Rev. Al Sharpton from the pulpit of Greater St Mark’s Family Church in Ferguson, Missouri. At issue, the shooting death of Michael Brown, Saturday a week ago, on the main street of that city of 22,000, a neighbor community to Jennings, where this writer lived in the mid-1960s. Brown, an 18-year-old African-American, was shot multiple times by Darren Wilson, a 28-year-old ...
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Law and Order: Three Words That Can Help Republicans Win in November–and 2016

Aug 15 2014 10:47pm CDT | Source: Big Government

When urban riots and campus unrest erupted across the nation in the mid-1960s, the GOP made a powerful case for “law and order.” That no-nonsense message catapulted Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, and dozens of other Republicans into high public office. Riding a wave of public revulsion against disorder, Reagan was elected governor of California in 1966, and in the more tumultuous year of 1968, Nixon ...
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Conservative icon still going strong at 90

Aug 14 2014 9:34pm CDT | Source: WND

She’s been called the “Iron Lady” of the conservative movement by her enemies on the Left, and the “First Lady” of the modern conservative movement by those on the Right, but she may also be the most durable icon of any political movement with a career that has spanned seven decades dating back to Harry Truman. Phyllis Schlafly’s career as a grassroots organizer, prolific author, constitutional lawyer and circuit-riding speaker stretches back to 1946. As she t ...
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