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Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

Frank J. Gaffney Jr. is president of the Center for Security Policy (SecureFreedom.org), a columnist for The Washington Times and host of Secure Freedom Radio, heard in Washington weeknights at 9 p.m. on 1260 AM.

Articles by Frank J. Gaffney Jr.

Illustration by John Camejo for The Washington Times

GAFFNEY: Free speech - for some

According to the Council on Ameri- can Islamic Relations (CAIR), there is a grave threat to America that must be suppressed at all costs. The threat is that Lt. Gen. William G. "Jerry" Boykin might be allowed to exercise his constitutionally guaranteed right to free speech. Published January 30, 2012

Illustration by Nancy Ohanian for The Washington Times

GAFFNEY: No-kidding red lines

"Don't do it." That is the message American officials, from President Obama on down, are delivering to their Israeli counterparts in the hope of dissuading the Jewish state from taking a fateful step: attacking Iran to prevent the mullahs' imminent acquisition of nuclear weapons. Published January 16, 2012

Illustration by John Camejo for The Washington Times

GAFFNEY: Obama's defeatist 'strategy'

Listening to President Obama laying out what he calls his new defense strategy, my first reaction was, "Here we go again." Having basically written off the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, Mr. Obama is falling prey to a temptation that several of his predecessors found irresistible in peacetime: Cut defense expenditures. Shrink the military. Hope the rest of the world will neither notice nor take advantage of our weakness. Published January 9, 2012

Illustration: Economic warfare by John Camejo for The Washington Times

GAFFNEY: Warfare's new, financial face

American capitalism - led by and caricatured as the financial industry centered on Wall Street - is predicated on the notion that the market is driven by fundamentally economic motives. To its admirers, that means its dynamics are dictated by profit motivation. Wall Street's critics call it greed. Published January 3, 2012