Frank Gaffney has been a vigilant national security advocate since he worked for legendary Democratic Washington Sen. Henry “Scoop” Jackson in the late 1970s.
Gaffney, who served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy in the Reagan administration, is the founding president of the Center for Security Policy think tank. Focused on national security, American sovereignty and preserving freedom, Gaffney is a regular contributor to many media outlets, including the Washington Times where he writes a weekly column.
The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas recently spoke to Gaffney about the threat of political Islam, the Obama administration’s failure to approve the Keystone Pipeline, the tea party’s view of national security issues and much more.
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