In my September 3, 2020 Washington Times op-ed, I assess how nationalism empowers a country to seek space exploration while globalism discourages countries to achieve greatness in space.
In my July 13, 2020 op-ed for The Washington Times, I warn about the threat a Russian or Chinese Space Pearl Harbor–and advise the new Space Force how to best defend us from that.
In my recent column at Real Clear Politics, I make the case for why former Vice-President Joe Biden would be a terrible leader for US space policy.
1958 and 1968 are two momentous years in American history. 2020 could be like one of them. Let’s hope it’s closer to 1958 than revolutionary ’68.
Putin will not allow for Belarus to be cleaved from Russian orbit. He may have even engineered the current instability to ensure Belarusian President Lukashenko’s loyalty.
Bill Barr is the Attorney General and if we are indeed in the throes of a new Civil War, as many believe, then he will be the most important general of such an odious conflict.
No one believes that the Beirut port explosion was a simple accident. Hezbollah was harboring precision-guided missiles there that could wreak havoc on Israel and the region.
By taking over control of Iran’s oil-rich islands, China is effectively removing American military action off-the-table for Iran.
The official narrative about the Beirut explosion simply doesn’t add up. Until independent scientists can collect samples from the site and analyze them fully, the issue will remain unresolved.
It’s time NASA embraces the future (or gets left behind).