Tom Golisano continues his push for the elimination of the electoral college system.
Earlier today on Morning Joe, Golisano said, “the candidate who gets the most votes in a presidential race, should always win the White House.”
Pat Buchanan countered, calling the Read More
Is softball code for lesbian? Short answer: yes, says Pat Buchanan.
“Women’s softball has been associated with lesbians and being gay for a long time,” said Mr. Buchanan on MSNBC’s Morning Joe about Elena Kagan. “That’s been sort of a signal like two men sunbathing together on a beach, or something like that. The Read More
Jimmy Fallon, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers play charades Read More
Sarah Palin, should she decide to run for president in 2012, is on course to become the next Pat Buchanan or Jesse Jackson.
That’s the takeaway message from a Rasmussen poll this week, which found the former Alaska governor lagging far behind co-G.O.P. front-runners Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee in head-to-head trial heats. Read More
Decades ago, when Pat Buchanan was working as an adviser to President Richard Nixon, he looked forward to the administration’s televised press conferences, which were held infrequently and with caution. At the time, Mr. Nixon’s relationship with the Washington press corps was fraught with tension. For Mr. Buchanan, the high potential for acrimony turned every Read More
On the morning of Sunday, May 10, Pat Buchanan sauntered across K Street. The political pundit was wearing a blazer and a blood red tie. It was the day after the White House Correspondents Association dinner, and the weather in the nation’s capital was beautiful, bright and breezy.
Mr. Buchanan was zeroing in on John Read More
Few aspects of American politics are as ridiculous and dangerous as the right-wing urge to substitute macho posturing for foreign policy. That irrepressible habit surfaces constantly now that President Obama is in the Oval Office, most recently when he shook hands with Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez at the Summit of the Americas, a smiling moment Read More
Inauguration day, 2009 was a thrilling affirmation of the United States and the most hopeful day I can remember. The American President is both our head of government and our head of state. He is both prime minister and king. And before about two million people, and millions more on TV and the web, President Read More
The Atlantic‘s Ta-Nehisi Coates points us to a post by Think Progress’ Matthew Yglesias that features a telling exchange among Mike Barnicle, Mika Brzezinski and Pat Buchanan from yesterday morning’s Morning Joe on MSNBC.
The noted television pundits were discussing Alaska Governer Sarah Palin’s comments about the Read More
There’s a cliché that can aptly be applied to the Republicans and their unexpectedly decent odds for winning the presidential race: Be careful what you wish for.
Since World War II, a basic pattern has prevailed, with one party controlling the White House for two terms, followed by the other. In the modern era, eight Read More