North Carolina’s Vulnerability to Vote Fraud

10/16: This analysis reveals critical vulnerabilities in North Carolina’s voting administration system and explores how those weaknesses could impact election outcomes.

Carleson: The Need for National Reconciliation

10/14: ACRU Chairman and CEO Susan Carleson explains how the actions of General Robert E. Lee brought about reconciliation in divided times and what we can learn from his example.

Blackwell: Congress Must Stop the Internet Sales Tax Mugging of Small Businesses and Jobs

10/13: This boom in online shopping has brought tremendous benefits to consumers but also created tremendous opportunities for small businesses.

Liberal Activists Just Made a Website Using Kavanaugh’s Name. That Could Be Illegal.

10/12: This is another hit job on Kavanaugh.

Williams: New Book Breaks Down Economic Realities

10/10: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams writes about a Universal Economics, a new book that hopes to teach real economic principles to all.

Spakovsky: Predicting Kavanaugh’s Impact on the Supreme Court

10/9: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky analyzes the potential impact that new supreme court justice Brett Kavanaugh will have on the nation’s highest court.

Former Starr County Employee Arrested for Voter Fraud

10/8: A former employee of Texas’ Starr County was arrested for four counts of illegal voting.

Three Horrible Things We Learned About Liberals From the Kavanaugh Hearings

10/8: John Hawkins quotes ACRU Policy Board Member J. Christian Adams on the liberal attempts to defame Brett Kavanaugh.

Trump’s Criticism of Ford’s Testimony Made the Difference

10/6: Donald Trump can see over the horizon, and it made all the difference in the Kavanaugh nomination.

Klukowski: Supreme Court Goes Conservative with Kavanaugh Confirmation

10/6: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the newest Supreme Court justice and how it could make the court the most conservative group of justices since 1934.