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ISIS and the Antiquities Trade: Looting to Sustain Terrorism

The Islamic State profits from peddling irreplaceable cultural artifacts to underwrite terrorism...

SOTU: Gitmo, Cuba and the Surrendering of America

Surrendering Gitmo and restoring relations with Cuba, and ignoring the free-market movement growing in Latin America all seems like a strange way to build U.S credibility in Latin America says NCPA Senior Fellow David Grantham...

The Refugee Problem is a National Security Problem

Resettling Syrian refugees in the United States poses a national security risk...

Allen West on U.S. ISIS Policy

NCPA President/CEO Allen West discusses U.S. policy toward ISIS on Varney & Co., calling for stronger leadership and for a clear plan...

Will China's Two-Child Policy Change Housing Demand?

China's two-child policy will probably have large consequences on a variety of economic indicators, but look for average house size to be driven by incomes rather than family size, according to Bill Conerly...

The Dark Specter of Vietnam

NCPA President/CEO Allen West draws parallels between the Vietnam War and current U.S. military operations in the Middle East, pointing out recurring policy flaws...

Justice Delayed

It is time to address the outstanding judgment still haunting grieving victims of Iran's terrorism...

The Purpose of Vacuums

Geopolitical vacuum in the Middle East allows Russia to step in...

Remembering September 11, 2001 and 2012

We are being told to support an agreement with the largest sponsor of Islamic terrorism in the world...

How Latin America and the Caribbean Can Benefit from the US Shale Boom

The U.S. natural gas surplus can benefit Latin America and the Caribbean...


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