China’s Space Supremacy

Both the Trump and Biden administrations stopped the Pentagon from adopting measures to protect our satellites from China and Russia. What is wrong with those responsible for protecting #America?

Explosions in Space: A Russian Show of Strength

Brandon J. Weichert: Moscow recently clashed with Washington over its military build-up near Ukraine. It knows the US relies more heavily on satellites “than any other nation on Earth” – for civilian infrastructure and for its military, which could be left “impotent” if key satellites were disabled. In endangering the ISS so recklessly, Moscow is letting its opponents know “just how far it is willing to go to achieve its strategic objectives”.

U.S. Intelligence Has Failed

In Brandon J. Weichert’s newest op-ed at American Greatness, he highlights a series of significant intelligence failures regarding China and how these failures, if left unchecked, may lead to China conducting a “Pearl Harbor”-style surprise attack on the US against which the Americans have no reliable defense. Read on for more.

China Launches Anti-Satellite Weapon. What Happens Next?

Brandon J. Weichert to John Batchelor and Gordon G. Chang when asked if China could defeat the US Navy in a conflict over Taiwan by taking down US military satellites in the first 3 hours of any fight, asserted that, “Yes, China can do this right now” and “without the coordinating capability that satellites provide the US military, it would likely be a strategic defeat for the US military.” These are the stakes if we continue to refuse to take space seriously, America.

For Biden, Failure is an Option

President Joe Biden ran as a revolutionary president who would get big things done efficiently and competently. He was the new FDR. In fact, he is appearing much more like the ineffectual John Quincy Adams to Donald Trump’s Andrew Jackson, so argues Brandon J. Weichert in his recent Asia Times op-ed.