Christopher Holton, Vice President with the Center for Security Policy
Christopher Holton has been a Vice President with the Center for Security Policy, a national security think tank founded by former Reagan administration Defense Department and Intelligence officials since 2004. During Mr. Holton’s years with the Center, he has directed the Center’s Divest Terror Initiative and Shariah Risk Due Diligence Program. He has been involved in education and outreach in more than twenty states regarding divestment of taxpayer supported pension systems from foreign companies that do business with the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Islamic Republic of Sudan, and the Syrian Arab Republic. In addition, he has been involved in state level counterterrorism and countershariah initiatives in dozens of states.
In 2005, he was a co-author of War Footing, published by the US Naval Institute Press. In 2008 he was a co-author of Shariah, Law and Financial Jihad: How Should America Respond? In 2015, Holton co-authored, along with the Center for Security Policy’s Clare Lopez, The Gulen Movement: Turkey’s Islamic Supremacist Cult and Its Contribution to Civilization Jihad in America. In addition, Holton authored Shariah In American Courts for the Center.
Holton’s work has also been published by National Review, Human Events, The American Thinker, Family Security Matters, Big Peace, World Tribune, World Net Daily, NewsMax, andTheHayride.com. He has appeared on television on the O’Reilly Factor, the Glenn Beck Program, CNBC’s Squawk Box and Fox and Friends. On radio he has guested on the Laura Ingraham program, the Michael Reagan show, the Brett Winterble show, the Roger Hedgecock program, the Michael Medved show, and the Jim Bohannon show. Holton has a regular radio segment on Friday mornings at 8am on Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere on WSHO in the New Orleans market.
Christopher has been a frequent guest speaker at gatherings from Florida to California.
Before joining the Center, Christopher was President of Blanchard and Company, a two hundred million dollar per year investment firm, and editor-in-chief of the Blanchard Economic Research Unit.