4/3: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains why an increased police presence won't solve the rampant crime problem in Baltimore.
8/15: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams explains how Democratic policies ignore the needs of black communities.
White liberals ought to stop feeling guilty so that they can be more respectful in their relationships with black Americans.
American Civil Rights Union Policy Board member Walter Williams says the real problem is the ongoing tragedy of black-on-black crime, not the police versus blacks.
Let's throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem.
Human beings don’t commit crimes in the same exact proportion that their particular racial or ethnic group is to the general population, and indeed those proportions change over time.
Ordinary black people cannot afford to go along with the liberal agenda that calls for undermining police authority.
Today's level of lawlessness and insecurity in many black communities is a relatively new phenomenon.
The vast majority of our police officers are well-trained professionals who work hard every day to do their best to protect law-abiding citizens and ensure public safety.
Academics and the media blame poverty and discrimination for today's crime. No one bothers to ask why crime was falling in the 1930s, '40s and '50s, when blacks faced far greater poverty and discrimination.