8/7: ACRU Policy Board Member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E. Williams outlines why President Trump's comments about Baltimore point to some truths about the beleaguered city.
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.
The educational achievement of white youngsters is nothing to write home about, but that achieved by blacks is nothing less than disgraceful.
Rather than resisting the Justice Department’s overreach, the Ferguson City Council has capitulated to pressure from an array of advocacy groups and interest groups.
The CRS that has violated its own stated mission to calm the waters in local communities. Instead, it has tried to ramp up hostility and violence in tense situations.
Drown the police in paperwork if they make a street stop, and what do you get? Fewer stops and more violent crime, including a near doubling of the murder rate.
Vanita Gupta accepts the progressive line that institutional racism is to blame for the ills in America’s inner cities and ignores entirely the possibility of a culture that encourages individuals to act irresponsibly.
The argument is made that the problems encountered by many black Americans are rooted in white racism, greed and income inequality. A bit of history would belie such a vision.
The ACRU's Robert Knight says what's happening in Baltimore and other large American cities illustrates the folly of liberal policies.
ACRU Policy Board member J. Christian Adams speaks to The Kelly Files on what the suggested reforms to police departments mean for the safety of officers.