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.
In my recent American Greatness column, I argue that the US must remain united and the president must stand strong against insurrection.
Time to get American astronauts back to the moon and then Mars before China can This summer, China will attempt to launch … More
Today marks nearly a week of national riots that have caused unmitigated amounts of damage, both to local communities and … More
For more information, PRE-ORDER Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower from Amazon, due out July 20, 2020 from Republic … More
Short answer: No. Medium answer: We don’t need to become isolationist but we do need to be more skeptical about … More
BRANDON J. WEICHERT | THE WEICHERT REPORT Don’t let anyone fool you about this: the United States (and the world–including … More
Gordon G. Chang, Martin Seiff, and Brandon J. Weichert join Paolo von Schirach of the Global Policy Institute to discuss Sino-American relations after COVID-19.
BRANDON J. WEICHERT | THE WEICHERT REPORT Scattered reports are coming in–all unconfirmed–that the North Korean strongman, Kim Jong-un, is … More