Texas radio host Michael Berry interviewed Brandon J. Weichert about his new book, “Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower” and if the US can beat China in the new space race and possible space war?
Brandon J. Weichert appeared on Mike Slater’s show on The First along with the Heritage Foundation’s Colonel John Venable (USAF, Ret.) for an hourlong special about my recent book and the pending Space War.
Bruce Carroll of PJ Media, believes that the Biden Administration is rolling back the many gains in US national space policy made under the previous Trump Administration and he cites Brandon J. Weichert’s work repeatedly to prove this.
Joshua Phillips of The Epoch Times interviewed Brandon J. Weichert to discuss how China is beating the United States in the New Space Race and what Russia has been up to.
Brandon J. Weichert’s latest piece for The Washington Times addressing how Biden’s FAA played fast-and-loose with regulatory discretion to stick it to Musk on the eve of his Starship launch. Luckily, he was given the go-ahead, but the point has been made by Biden’s team: we can screw you over at any point. But as I assess in this piece it isn’t just Musk being screwed over. It’s the American people and the future of humanity.
In all aspects of the high-technology race, from space to biotech to green energy, China is catching up and, in some cases, may be ahead. In the all-important culture war between China and the West, China is stronger and more confident.
Brandon joins the Geopolitics & Empire podcast to discuss how America is in dire need of reviving its space effort and how China’s economic rise could mean obtaining technological and ultimately military superiority.
Brandon J. Weichert discusses “Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower” with GovInsight and the future of space policy under President Joe Biden.
Brandon J. Weichert discusses his new book, Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower on C-Span (Part 4 of 4).
Brandon J. Weichert discusses his new book, Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower on C-Span (Part 3 of 4).