For American Greatness’ fifth anniversary, I was asked to contribute a 500-word piece on the impact of the magazine and the future of the New Right. Here’s my take: the future is bleak until the Right gets better organized. Read on for more.
needed to end this thing in Afghanistan…but we need to do it smartly, not wildly screaming for the exits, hoping that Beijing, Moscow, Islamabad, and New Delhi can keep everything together. They can’t–and won’t.
The Pentagon appears to want to wade into the fight against potential domestic terrorism. Why? It makes no sense. Yes, the DOD has a role but it is minimal. There’s almost no reason for DOD to spend any amount of resources studying Critical Race Theory.
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).
Iran has elected its most hard-line president in decades. The Biden Administration wants to hand the region over to a nuclear-arming Iran. This will not mitigate regional war. It will inspire it.
In his most recent Asia Times column, Brandon J. Weichert warns readers of the threat posed by Russia’s renewed interest in dominating the strategic high ground of space.
Brandon J. Weichert’s most recent column in The Asia Times explains why President Biden lost bigly to Vladimir Putin…and why he’ll keep losing to the strongman in the Kremlin.
Brandon J. Weichert joins Joel Kotkin and Marshall Toplansky on their wonderful podcast, FEUDAL FUTURE, to discuss his book, WINNING SPACE: HOW AMERICA REMAINS A SUPERPOWER. Watch to learn about the new space race, innovation, and the Sino-American competition for control of the future.
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?
Brandon J. Weichert’s newest op-ed at The Asia Times shows how bad the US policy toward Russia and Eastern Ukraine really is.