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Spakovsky: Mueller’s Indictments Show No Collusion

2/16: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains why Mueller’s latest indictments prove there was no collusion between Russia and the Trump administration.

Spakovsky: Citizenship Question Should Be on Census

2/19: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains why a question about citizenship is an essential addition to the US Census.

Spakovsky: James Madison University May Pay for Faulty Sexual Assault Investigation

2/14: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky and Sarah Williams report an unjustly accused student suing the university to recoup legal fees.

Spakovsky: The FISA Memo Corroborated by Recently Declassified Documents

2/12: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky points to recently declassified criminal referral as corroboration for Devin Nunes’s FISA memo.

GOP Memo Raises Serious Questions About FBI, Justice Department

2/4: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains why GOP Memo revelations have government officials questioning the FBI and Justice Department.

Spakovsky: Immigration Legislation Should Stress Border Security and Enforcement, Not Incentivize Bad Behavior

1/30: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky makes the case for prioritizing border security and enforcement over amnesty for those already here.

VIDEO: Hans von Spakovsky Discusses FBI’s Missing Text Messages

1/25: ACRU’s Policy Board member Hans von Spakovsky Discusses FBI’s Missing Text Messages on “Fox & Friends First”.

The Importance of Public Safety and National Security in the Immigration Debate

1/25: The battle occurring in Congress over providing amnesty, citizenship and government benefits to illegal aliens often boils down to well-worn talking points.

University of Virginia Betrays the Legacy of Its Founder, Thomas Jefferson

1/25: The right to free speech (even when offensive) is, of course, prominently guaranteed in the very first amendment of our Bill of Rights.

Senate Should Reauthorize FISA Section 702 This Week to Fight Terror at Home and Around the World

1/17: The U.S. Senate should vote this week to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act because it is a vital tool needed to fight global terrorism and combat foreign intelligence operations.