Chinese-affiliated Social Media reports that the recent earthquake in Qilian Shan in Northwestern China may have been a covert Chinese nuke test. I explain why that might be and how the China-Russia alliance may not be as strong as some are saying…
In his recent Asia Times op-ed, Brandon J. Weichert warns, “When fear, honor, blood, interest and ambition are on the line, do not expect reason to win the day.”
When asked by OAN’s Kara McKinney what’s the most unexpected thing I learned about US space policy, I answered: “How unaware even our political leaders about space.” It where America will lose the next war.
Marisa Herman of Newsmax interviewed Brandon J. Weichert to discuss the failures of the United States Space Force since Joe Biden became president. We need to do better than this, folks!
In the Asia Times, Brandon J. Weichert writes that, China and Russia are planning another Pearl Harbor-type attack on the US. It can be avoided. Read on to find out how…
Both the Trump and Biden administrations stopped the Pentagon from adopting measures to protect our satellites from China and Russia. What is wrong with those responsible for protecting #America?
A satisfied reader writes an excellent Letter to the Editor of the Dallas Morning News extolling the virtues of Brandon J. Weichert’s recent “America’s ‘Maginot Line’ in Space” op-ed that appeared in that great publication recently.
Brandon J. Weichert writes in the Dallas Morning News: Designed to defend against conventional missile attacks, the U.S. air defense network is poorly matched to the maneuverability, speed and lethality of China’s hypersonic weapons.
In his recent American Greatness column, Brandon J. Weichert writes: The world is at the precipice of another major European conflict largely because Biden has formulated truly bad policies that have led Europe and the United States to this position of weakness.
Brandon J. Weichert: Moscow recently clashed with Washington over its military build-up near Ukraine. It knows the US relies more heavily on satellites “than any other nation on Earth” – for civilian infrastructure and for its military, which could be left “impotent” if key satellites were disabled. In endangering the ISS so recklessly, Moscow is letting its opponents know “just how far it is willing to go to achieve its strategic objectives”.