Trump’s welcome rule change: No more food stamps for millionaires

When Americans think of food stamp recipients, images of desperate lower-income Americans typically come to mind. Taxpayers desperately want to believe that their hard-earned dollars are helping poor people struggling to make ends meet with welfare benefits helping them get the vital nutrients they need to stay alive. Imagine the outrage, then, as taxpayers find out that some of the people on food stamps are in fact millionaires. Read the article at the Washington Examiner

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ACRU Board Member and Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III Honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom

10/11: On October 8, 2019, President Donald J. Trump awarded former Reagan Attorney General and long-time ACRU Board Member Edwin Meese III with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, our nation’s highest civilian honor.

Staying in Trump’s DC Hotel Does Not Equal Corruption. Here’s Another Possibility.

10/3: Why do so many international jet-setters, European diplomats, venture capitalists, and other well-heeled travelers stay at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.?

Spakovsky: California Can’t Demand President’s Tax Returns

9/22: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky explains why the state of California's new law requiring presidential candidates to provide tax returns before qualifying to appear on the ballot is a partisan attack and frivolous.

Abusing the Impeachment Process

8/13: The arbitrary, partisan use of impeachment represented by the Green resolution is at odds with the nature of impeachment as it was practiced in England and understood by those who drafted and ratified the Constitution.

Klukowski: President Trump Nominates Scalia for Labor Secretary

7/23: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on President Trump nominating the son of late SCOTUS justice Antonin Scalia, Eugene, for Labor Secretary.