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.
BRANDON J. WEICHERT | THE WEICHERT REPORT President Donald J. Trump has managed to do that which he never said … More
Now that we’ve gotten over some initial hiccups with President Donald J. Trump’s response to the novel coronavirus pandemic here … More
The coronavirus has exposed America’s weaknesses, thanks to globalization, open borders, “free” trade, and all of the other things the … More
I cut through the partisan miasma and actually perform a cost/benefit analysis of Putin’s proposed joint-Russian-U.S. cyber warfare unit.
Donald Trump has been practicing the OODA Loop since he announced his candidacy and may not even know it. If he continues to act the way he has, I predict, he will be President.
For the entirety of the Obama Administration, the United States has engaged in a foreign policy oriented around cooperating with its adversaries and accommodating them, in order to bring about an international order to that eschews the pitfalls of the 19th century concert of powers or 20th century balance-of-power schemes. President Obama’s foreign policy has yielded terrible results. This essay argues for increased defense spending and enhanced military capabilities, in order to deter American foes and reassure American friends.