America has never gotten the Iran threat right. In this exclusive report, I address what the threat is and how best to respond to it. Don’t miss this!
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.
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.
Don’t be fooled, Israel may have just blown up a rudimentary Iranian nuke in Beirut Port.
“If Macron wants France to take a more active role in the region, we should encourage him. After all, misery loves company. We’ve already got the Russians joining us in this miserable party, let’s get the ultimate party-goers–the French–to bring their resources to the table as well!”
Unless President Trump is willing to fully commit to the Mideast by embracing a long-term strategy of linkage, the Administration should discontinue any efforts to bring peace to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Venezuela is imploding. Iran, Russia, and China have increased their holdings in the region. America has ignored Latin America for years. Meanwhile, the threat posed by Illegal Immigration to the U.S. increases as instability does. The U.S. cannot ignore Venezuela.
Brandon J. Weichert discusses his recent American Greatness articles “What’s In A Doctrine?” and “Making U.S. Foreign Policy Great Again” only on The Seth & Chris Show.
The Obama Administration’s nuclear agreement with Iran has been a total and utter failure. Rather than deterring Iran from further aggression with the West and its allies, it has induced Iran toward greater aggression. This article is my attempt to advocate for sterner measures for the Trump Administration to take in resisting Iranian aggression
The Drug War has raged for over forty years. Yet, since 2006, the global War on Drugs has taken a turn for the truly awful. The Mexican Drug War has cost over 100,000 lives, it has destabilized not only Mexico, but also the entire Central American region (and, with Venezuela destabilizing on its own, the instability caused by drug cartels could spread there as things get more desperate). This piece assesses Mexico’s War on Drugs and how the U.S. can best respond to this instability.