This article originally appeared in Brandon J. Weichert’s column at The Washington Times… An unidentified aerial phenomenon might appear to … More
Brandon J. Weichert joined former Governor Scott Walker and political strategist, Amanda Makki, to discuss his theory on what the UAP sightings of the last few years really are (HINT: It’s NOT aliens).
Forget about aliens for a second. China and Russia have both developed a coterie of advanced weapons that could be deployed in a sudden, bolt-from-the-blue attack on the US. America is losing the tech race. Here’s why.
Brandon J. Weichert was interviewed by Newsmax to discuss who might be behind all of the UAP encounters the US military has been experiencing for the last few years…The Truth Is Out There (but it’s likely not aliens)…
In his recent Real Clear Politics op-ed, Brandon J. Weichert talks about the threat that China’s space and Mars program poses the United States. Don’t believe the naysayers. The future belongs to the nation that wants to own it the most. And China does. Do we?
In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent Asia Times op-ed, he shows how China is applying the lessons that US Navy theorist, Alfred T. Mahan taught Americans in the previous century…and why China’s naval threat is real, growing, and persistent.
Gordon G. Chang interviewed Brandon J. Weichert for Newsweek about China’s space threat. Read on for more.
In Brandon J. Weichert’s inaugural op-ed in Real Clear Science, he warns the dangers that China’s new modular space station poses. Read on to learn more!
In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent op-ed for The Asia Times, he outlines the critical failures of the Biden Administration’s handling of allies…and how these failures are empowering America’s enemies at a critical time.
In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent Asia Times op-ed, he argues that China is beating the US in the quest to dominate the fourth industrial revolution because China is behaving as the US did against the British Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It will not end well for US unless things change,