Robert Knight on FOX and Friends

On Tuesday, April 13 at 7:45am ET, ACRU Senior Fellow Robert Knight will be on FOX and Friends to discuss comments by an Obama adminstration official about how America is not so great. You can view the video from the show here.

ACRU Experts to Talk Health Care

Over the next few days, ACRU experts will be on the air to talk health care. First on Monday, January 18 at 4:05pm ET, ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Jan LaRue will be on “On Deadline with Sid Salter.” Tune into SuperTalk Mississippi or you can listen live online. At 4:30pm ET on the 18th, ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski…

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Jan LaRue: Baby ‘Bigots’

On September 18, ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Jan LaRue wrote a column appearing on American Thinker discussing the problems with Newsweek’s latest cover story on babies and race.

Law Review: The Fairness Doctrine: A Solution in Search of a Problem, by Adrian Cronauer

“This Article examines the history of the Fairness Doctrine and the more common arguments offered in support of it. If the Fairness Doctrine, as interpreted by the Commission, upheld by the courts, and encouraged by Congress(note 1) were to be reinstituted, it would actually decrease the likelihood of public exposure to varying viewpoints by discouraging broadcasters from covering controversial issues….

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Ken Blackwell on the Sean and Frank Show

On Monday, March 9, 2009 at 8:35am ET, ACRU Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell will be on the “Sean and Frank Show” on Talk Radio 680 WCBM out of Baltimore, Maryland. He will talk about ACRU’s latest projects, and Tune in if you are in the Baltimore area of listen line online.

Conservative Movement Icon Paul Weyrich Passes

On Thursday, December 18, 2008, conservative movement icon and friend to the American Civil Rights Union Paul Weyrich passed away. Everyone at the ACRU offers their condolences to Mr. Weyrich’s family at this very sad time. Because of his work over 40+ years in Washington, Mr. Weyrich made this country a better place. In September, ACRU Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell…

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The American Civil Liberties Union has Plans

How the American Civil Liberties Union in their own words would destroy American Security in a time of war.

How the American Civil Liberties Union in their own words would destroy American Security in a time of war.

Constitution Day Media

Wednesday is Constitution Day and The American Civil Rights Union is going to be out talking about the U.S. Constitution. It starts on Tuesday, September 16, when Horace Cooper will be on CBN’s Newswatch at 4:00pm ET. He will be talking about Constitution Day and the impact judicial nominations have on the interpretation of the Constitution. You can check your…

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Congressional Research Service Report for Congress: Presidential Claims of Executive Authority: History, Law, Practice and Recent Developments

“Presidential claims of a right to preserve the confidentiality of information and documents in the face of legislative demands have figured prominently, though intermittently, in executive-congressional relations since at least 1792. Few such interbranch disputes over access to information have reached the courts for substantive resolution, the vast majority achieving resolution through political negotiation and accommodation. In fact, it was not until the Watergate-related lawsuits in the 1970’s seeking access to President Nixon’s tapes that the existence of a presidential confidentiality Authority was judicially established as a necessary derivative of the President’s status in our constitutional scheme of separated powers.