Entries by Center For Security Policy

Stand with Israel – Against its Enemies, and Ours

In Washington today, Americans standing with Israel will rally on the National Mall. Their purpose is to speak for the vast majority of us who reject the narratives relentlessly promoted by our enemies in the jihadist Muslim Brotherhood and allied Marxist groups, here and abroad. WATCH: Outside the White House this moment pic.twitter.com/6tT0rI67dM — Mark […]

Jihad Isn’t All About Israel

If you listen to some political pundits these days, on both sides of the aisle, you might get the mistaken impression that terrorism against the West only began with the creation of Israel, and only exists because of the West’s support for Israel. This claim routinely appears on college campuses by students parroting Middle East […]

Biden’s $110 Billion Fiasco

Now that the US House of Representatives has finally, after four tries, elected a Speaker, business can resume in that chamber. As all money bills by law must originate in the House and not in the Senate, one of the first pieces of business will be to take up President Joe Biden’s aid “package” that covers money […]

The Hamas Massacre is a Wake-Up Call for America to Fortify Itself Against Evil

“Such is the nature of Evil. Out there in the vast ignorance of the world it festers and spreads. A Shadow that grows in the dark. A sleepless malice as black as the oncoming wall of night. So it ever was, so it always will be.” These words from the movie adaptation of The Hobbit were quoted […]

Is the ATACMS Tactical Missile Already in Ukraine?

If Ukraine gets the scarce supplies, Taiwan must wait even longer; meanwhile, Russian response remains to be seen. Russian defense sources say that an ATACMS tactical ballistic missile was launched from Kulbakino Air Field in Ukraine. If the Russian report is correct then the Washington debate about sending tactical ATACMS missiles to Ukraine is fake, as they already are there. […]

Mitt Romney’s Four Mistakes on Aid to Ukraine

Republican Senator and former U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney responded to critics for the amount of U.S. assistance provided to Ukraine in its fight against Russian aggression. In response to allegations that the United States cannot afford to finance the armed forces of Ukraine, he said: “The idea that it’s too expensive is a little funny.” […]

U.S. Intelligence Says Ukraine’s Offensive a Failure

The US intelligence community says Ukraine’s offensive has failed by not reaching its stated objective, to take the city of Melitopol. According to a report in the Washington Post, Ukraine has sought to cut off Crimea from Russia’s army in southern Ukraine. In parallel to that, Ukraine, with US and British help, has been attacking the Kerch […]

PODCAST: “Will there be a civil war?”

In a widely viewed interview last night, Tucker Carlson asked Donald Trump more than once: “Will there be a civil war?” Mr. Trump deflected, simply noting that there’s a lot of “passion” and “hatred” out there. What’s also true is that Team Biden seems to be intent on inflaming those sentiments. For example: Biden’s administration is launching […]

Taiwan’s Fall to CCP Would Devastate America’s Alliance Structure in Asia

We have argued that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is determined to conquer Taiwan, and that the U.S. must deter this outcome for our own national survival. While the CCP’s intent has been constant since 1949, Xi Jinping now has the capability to execute a military invasion of the island. As early as this Autumn, we could […]

Ground Softening For Big Russian Offensive

It is still too early to say whether the direction of the Ukraine war has changed, but there is increasing evidence that Ukraine’s inability to penetrate Russian defenses along the southern line, and challenges in the directions of Kupyansk, Lyman and Bakhmut suggests the entire war could be reaching a decisive conclusion. It is, for that […]

Five Numbers to Remember About U.S. Aid to Ukraine

Click HERE to read the full Report The amount of U.S. security assistance to Ukraine since February 24, 2022, has been a confusing game of guesswork. Estimates vary significantly depending on coverage and types of aid, its legal status, author or institutional sponsorship of the estimates, and dates for which they are given. Some widely […]

Does the U.S. military have a recruiting problem?

Last month, the U.S. Army celebrated the 50th anniversary of its all-volunteer force. In 1973, President Richard Nixon revealed that the military would no longer fill its ranks with draftees, but only with those who choose to serve. For half a century, this system has worked. However, a recent House Armed Services Committee hearing revealed that all […]

Will the Utility Industry Protect the Public Interest or Their Special Interests?

Americans often take for granted just how much modern life relies upon is electricity. But without power, life can go from civilized to dangerous in a matter of hours. Unfortunately, this is a reality which America’s enemies –both foreign and domestic—are constantly seeking to take advantage of. More than 40,000 residents of Moore County NC […]

Iowa Takes A Stand for America Versus China

The American people have been lied to for years. We have been told that “decoupling” from China is too hard, too difficult and all but impossible. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said so. Recently, the CEO of Raytheon, a major defense contractor, absurdly insisted that his company needed China to manufacture products to arm America’s […]