1/13: ACRU’s Policy Board member Ken Blackwell joins defends President Trump's policies on Immigration and efforts toward border security on MSNBC.
1/4: The "Voters Without Borders" crowd has forfeited its seats at the table. How long did they think we would let them tie us up with meaningless lawsuits and stonewalling?
12/30: ACRU's Policy Board member Ken Blackwell joins a panel on MSNBC reviewing race relations after President Trump's first year in office.
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams discusses the ruling from Judge Stephen Williams, that the EPIC lawsuit does not have legal standing to sue the voter fraud commission for alleged violations of the 2002 E-Government Act.
Broward County Election Supervisor, Brenda Snipes, is in legal trouble again.
ACRU Policy Board member Ken Blackwell discusses the national security benefits of President Trump's proposed border "Wall".
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams discusses with Megan Barth, Reaganbabe Radio, the current flaws that are exploited in our election process on KBET AM790, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Professor Walter E. Williams explains how Minimum Wage laws work against the interests of teenagers, especially black teens, and offers a solution to the problem.
Ken Blackwell discusses special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged Russia collusion after anti-Trump text messages were revealed to Bob Mueller by a Department of Justice Inspector General's report earlier this year.
The City of Brotherly Love has earned a reputation as a haven for vote fraud and election incidents that tarnish the idea of free and fair elections.