It's total nonsense, Aish trying to sell the idea that fighting for the jewish people is fighting to make them more orthodox. That is all Weinborg tried to do. Is the jewish people belonging to just one sect good for the jews? I would think no, because for one sect (especially orthodoxy) to establish itself as the only authentic one I think is dangerous for freedom of speech and freedom of thought in the jewish people.
Next, the Aish article tries to portray making the jewish people more orthodox as trying to make the world a better place (tikon olam). this is more nonsense. A better place for control freak rabbis that is. Not a better place for freedom loving individuals.
Lastly, the article talks about Weinborg's "Torah Genius." The bottom line is that without any kind of archaeological evidence, the Torah is hearsay, hearsay, and more hearsay. Weinborg's "greatness" was to be a scholar in hearsay!
Also, still no disclaimer on Aish's website that their Sukkot bailout program for Jews didn't work with Weinborg who died an unnatural death. (Aish.com which should really be called brainwash.com really did call the Sukkot holiday a ''bailout program'' for jews.)
Aish's article on the "greatness" of Weinborg can be found at http://www.aish.com/rebNoach/students/The_Greatness_of_Rabbi_Weinberg3_z.asp