Daily Policy Digest
|National Security Strategy Based on Obfuscation, Denial, and Lies
It is well known that the FBI has nearly 1000 Islamic terrorist investigations ongoing in the United States. And the Islamic State has taken credit for the actions of Omar Mateen, for which he pledged his allegiance to ISIS and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, writes NCPA Vice Chairman and Executive Director Allen West in Townhall.
|Is the Iran Deal on the Rhode to Recovery?
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) could be the key to fixing the mistakes made with the Iran Nuclear Agreement...
|The Military, Nation-Building and Counterterrorism in Africa
The 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) must take a more measured approach to the military's financial commitment to the Trans-Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership...
|Where is Our Strategy?
It is difficult to understand the logic behind the president's recent national security decisions...
|U.S. Ability to Re-impose Sanctions on Iran Fading Quickly
In some ways, the Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act changes the nuclear deal to look more like the "victory" the president claims it to be says NCPA Senior Fellow David Grantham...
|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...