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Human Rights are Key to Confronting Iran

Commendably, the Trump administration is set to initiate a new Iran policy, which will be announced in October. Such change is imperative.

Open Skies Enforcement: A Key Test Of “America First” Policy

When it comes to our trade agreements with foreign nations, President Trump has pledged to prioritize defending American workers and standing up to countries that seek to take advantage of them.

The UN Offers Advice

We are carrying on the battle today by responding sharply to the racism evident in Charlottesville and elsewhere. And we will finish the job together – without the UN’s aid.

The Left’s Uncivil War

Who would have guessed that the proper response to white supremacists marching in Charlottesville was to encourage election fraud?

The Time Has Come For Gridlock Reform

When the Senate confirmed Judge David Nye to a federal district judgeship in Idaho, he became an acute illustration of what’s wrong in Washington right now.

Hystorical Revisionism

This column by ACRU Senior Fellow and Policy Board member J. Kenneth Blackwell was published on The Daily Caller about the need to seek understanding and context for those who did great deeds while tolerating what is now seen as great evil.

Congress Can Fix Unfair System of Tax Incentives

It’s no secret President Trump is working to create thousands more American energy jobs, reduce regulations on energy producers and restore parity to the tax code.

‘Sanctuary Cities’ Aren’t Brave. They’re Harboring Criminals.

For too long local officials have obstructed federal immigration law with impunity.

Stop the Presses!

The next step is for Schumer and other Democrats to acknowledge that the Obama administration left a big mess in Washington.

Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity

ACRU Senior Fellow and Policy Board member J. Kenneth Blackwell offers his opening remarks for the Election Integrity Commission.