ACRU

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.

It’s Time to Clean Up Our Elections

The integrity of our electoral system is paramount, and the ACLU should care about that instead of harassing those of us asked by the president to help assess the problem and propose solutions.

A Challenge to Energy Dominance: There’s No Free Market for Oil

By fostering increased supply through promoting more drilling here at home, President Trump has already achieved gains on one side of this equation.

The Serpents Are Surfacing

The president has given no sign of giving in. His appointees must demonstrate equal commitment.

Where Are The Decent Liberals?

President Donald Trump’s critics fixate on his tweets and then wonder why he spends so much time responding to their attacks.

Energy Week: The Importance of Unrestricted Energy

During this energy week, I applaud the president for taking a stand and supporting access to affordable energy.

Regime Change in Iran Appears Increasingly Attainable

Thirty years after President Reagan seized upon an historic opportunity to bring down the Iron Curtain, there are growing indications that President Trump can make similarly historic strides in the conflict between the US and the new Evil of our time: Islamic extremism.

Last Mango In Paris

It’s as refreshing as a tropical mango smoothie to finally have someone in Washington who is standing up for America instead of the mythical “international community.”

Infrastructure Requires Electrical Grid Expansion For National Security, Jobs

Let’s get those coal fired utilities back up and running along the Ohio River Valley as a true infrastructure priority.

Free Trade Must Be Fair To American Workers

Trade with other nations is indispensable to America’s sustained economic vitality – and vital to maintaining our nation’s position of prominence within the global economy.