For over twenty-three years, the Center for Security Policy has pioneered the organization, management and direction of public policy coalitions to promote U.S. national security. Even more importantly, the Center’s mission has been to secure the adoption of the products of such efforts by skillfully enlisting support from executive branch officials, key legislators, other public policy organizations, opinion-shapers in the media and the public at large.
Under successive administrations of both parties, America’s civilian and military elites have too-often focused single-mindedly on the kinetic terror tactics deployed by al-Qaeda and its affiliates, but ignored the overarching supremacist ideology of shariah that animates them. It is past time for Americans to awaken to the danger posed by shariah and its adherents. We can no longer ignore the inroads made by these forces into Western civilization’s European flank. And we certainly cannot delude ourselves into believing that our homeland will remain immune from their predations as long as we persist in the same sorts of appeasement that have brought our friends and allies across the Atlantic to their present, parlous state.
Since 2007 the Center has been a leader in researching the anti-constitutional and national security threats posed by shariah, and bringing that knowledge to policymakers, the media and the American public. Our work has included the following projects: