November 2, 2021 could determine the future of the country: a Virginia gubernatorial election could either give the Republican Party the energy it needs to win in 2022 or it could solidify the Democratic Party’s victory in 2020. The GOP wants the election to hinge on education while the DNC, having no serious policy victory for itself since Joe Biden became president, must try to make the GOP candidate a Trump clone…the problem with that strategy is that it won’t work since Donald Trump has been out of the spotlight for months and people in Virginia (and elsewhere) are rightly worried about their kids’ education).
America’s enemies (and allies) have long assumed that, because we’re the lone Superpower, we were governed by evil geniuses. They are now realizing, in fact, we are government by idiots. While it’s nice to be loved it’s good to be feared. Nothing good comes from being deemed big and dumb…which China, Russia, Iran, and our other rivals now do, thanks to the horrible debacle in Afghanistan.
During her comments at the border, Vice-President Harris acknowledged the fact that she’d been mostly absent from the border, despite the fact that she was tasked by President Biden to handle the problem. Harris blamed “infighting” between unspecified parties within the Biden Administration for the delay (read, she was blaming Mr. Biden and his team).
in this opinion piece, Brandon J. Weichert discusses the importance of organization in political warfare and why the Left is so much better at it than the Right. Organization isn’t a four-lettered word. But for most Republicans, it is.
The Biden Administration has threatened India with sanctions at a time when the US needs India to contain China more than ever.
Brandon J. Weichert joins Salem Radio Network’s Seth Leibsohn to discuss the dangerous course of Biden’s foreign policy toward Iran and China and the broken state of the Republican Party.
Brandon J. Weichert joins Seth Leibsohn for his weekly one hour interview in which they discuss the pending Georgia Senate … More
This article originally appeared in Brandon J. Weichert’s November 5, 2020 op-ed column at The Washington Times. Should former Vice … More
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.
Barack Obama is totally disloyal to Joe Biden and Biden is too blind to see it. These two were made for each other, not the Oval Office.