Iran Regime’s Hardline Policies Will Not Prevail

3/11: The appointment of Raisi as the new judiciary chief is just the latest in a series of efforts to reassert a national identity that is under threat of overthrow at the hands of a resentful and overwhelmingly pro-democratic population.

Maxine Waters’ War on Consumers

3/6: Every day we are reminded that congressional Democrats are on a warpath to derail President Trump and his administration’s successful efforts to undo the regulatory state.

Fiduciary Responsibility: How Far Does it Extend?

3/5: The fiduciary responsibility that public pension plans hold must be at the forefront of all decision making.

Warren’s Comments on Racism Fail Again

2/20: Elizabeth Warren desperately wants to shift attention away from the racial controversies that have ensnared her and other Democrats.

The Green New Deal is Coming to a Community Near You

2/13: There is tremendous environmental and community impact experienced by the deployment of green energy.

Public-Private Partnerships Value Effectiveness, Not Just Efficiency

1/31: I can tell you with conviction, the private corrections facilities in this country are not the pits of despair the critics and media fictionalize them to be.

What the Episode at the Lincoln Memorial Teaches Us About the Media Standards

1/29: Despite the exoneration, they’re still conservative and Christian, so the media will always be willing to interpret their behavior based on incomplete evidence and in the worst possible light.

Blackwell: Trump Stands Firm for National Security

1/18: ACRU Policy Board member and senior fellow Ken Blackwell spoke with Neil Cavuto on the shutdown and President Trump's admirable commitment to getting the border wall built.

Does Broward County Hold the Key to Stemming Vote Fraud?

1/17: Politicians, election officials, the media and voters should keep a close eye on ACRU v. Snipes.