Road to the White House
A veteran candidate himself, Pat Buchanan understands the office of the president and what is needed to win the election. As the race for the White Houses blazes forward, Mr. Buchanan’s voice of experience can analyze the candidates’ campaign strategies, platforms and the issues at stake for the future of the country.
Insider’s View From Washington
Pat Buchanan provides energetic and incisive analysis of the most important issues facing our leaders today.
Senior Advisor to Three Presidents
Pat Buchanan’s professional career began in 1962 when, at age 23, he became the youngest editorial writer for The St. Louis Globe Democrat. In 1966, he began his political career, when he signed on to be the first full-time staff member for Richard Nixon in what turned out to be Nixon’s comeback. Mr. Buchanan worked with Nixon during the 1966 and 1968 campaigns, as well as serving as special assistant to the president through the final days of Watergate. Mr. Buchanan has been a senior advisor to three American presidents — first Nixon, and then, in 1974, as special assistant to President Gerald Ford; and from 1985-87, he was White House Communications Director for President Ronald Reagan.
Columnist and Commentator
Since leaving the White House, Buchanan has become a columnist and commentator on three talk shows: NBC’s The McLaughlin Group, CNN’s Capital Gang, and CNN’s Crossfire. Mr. Buchanan has published articles in a wide range of publications, from Human Events and National Review to The Nation and Rolling Stone. He has also published five books, including two bestsellers, Right from the Beginning and A Republic, Not an Empire. In 1993, Mr. Buchanan founded The American Cause, an educational foundation based on the principles of freedom, federalism, limited government, traditional values, and a foreign policy that puts America first.