Blackwell: Time to Reverse America’s Innovation Decline

4/16: America’s position as the world’s innovation leader is in peril.

Williams: Today’s Regulations Hurt Tomorrow’s Citizens

3/28: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams writes on the economic downside of regulating without the future in mind.

Williams: Using Liberty to Destroy Liberty

3/6: In an interview, ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams explains how our freedoms can be used against us.

Blackwell: U.S. National Security Depends on American 5G Leadership

3/13: Continuing his pattern of strong and decisive action, President Trump followed the recommendations of his security advisors to block the potential takeover of an American company that would have serious consequences for our national security.

Williams: The Real Cost of Trump’s Tariffs

3/14: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams breaks down how the steel and aluminum tariffs will really change the US economy.

Williams on Redistribution of Wealth

3/6: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams speaks to the Young Americans Foundation on the morality of wealth redistribution.

Blackwell: Gas Prices v. Tax Cuts: How Trump Can Protect His Signature Achievement

2/24: During his short time in office, President Donald Trump has taken several steps that have generated robust economic growth, including signing historic tax cuts that have already led to bigger paychecks for American workers.

Williams: Let’s Limit Spending

2/7: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams discusses why the government needs to limit spending.

Dangers of Government Control

1/3: How much sense does it make for us to give seven unelected people life-and-death control over our economy and hence our lives?

Professor Walter E. Williams on “Education Rot”

Walter Williams explains that black students all too often are given “fraudulent diplomas” from failing school systems.