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Article Image by Mike Giglio

I WAS DRIVING home from a militia muster in the Virginia mountains last summer -- after another day immersed in preelection talk of civil war -- when I found myself reflecting, as I often have in the year since, on Norman Mailer's "The Armies o

Article Image by Patrick J. Buchanan

In Shanksville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, former President George W. Bush's theme was national unity -- and how it has been lost over these past 20 years.

Article Image, By Thomas Luongo

To say that Saudi Arabia has been the lynchpin to U.S. foreign policy objectives in the Middle East and central Asia is to engage in massive understatement. For more than fifty years the Saudis have helped prop up U.S. foreign policy by exporting the