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Oren Cass on CNBC’s Squawk Box

Oren Cass joins CNBC’s Squawk Box for a discussion of conservative economics, politics, and the future of GOP policymaking.

Trump-allied Republicans are changing the GOP’s approach to labor, free markets and regulation

CNBC’s Eamon Javers features American Compass in a discussion of the new conservative economic populism taking hold among Republicans.

Surprising Consensus on the Productivity Problem

A new AEI paper reaches the same conclusion as American Compass: Rising inequality for American workers is a problem.

The Wolves of K Street with Brody Mullins

WSJ’s Brody Mullins joins Oren to discuss his new book, The Wolves of K Street, about corporate power and the rise of the lobbying industry.

Broadening the Defense Industrial Base with Marathon’s Robert Delfeld

Oren and Robert discuss the effects of deindustrialization on the defense supply chain and how to broaden and strengthen the defense industrial base.

Trump’s Trade Critics Inflate Their Claims

“Until you came along, nobody ever mentioned it.”

Educational Pluralism with Ashley Rogers Berner

Ashley Rogers Berner joins Oren for a discussion of educational pluralism: the key to ensuring choice and standards in K–12 schools.

Growing Pains

Rebuilding American industry is worth it—but it won’t be quick, easy, or cheap.

The Future of American Energy with Thomas Hochman

Oren and Thomas discuss American energy policy, the promise of nuclear, climate change, regulatory hurdles, and much more.

Michael Pettis on Dollar Dominance

Oren is joined by Michael Pettis for an in-depth discussion of the dollar as the global reserve currency: pros, cons, and what it all means for the American economy.

Talkin’ (Policy) Shop: The American Appetite for Government

On this episode, Oren and Chris dive into our latest survey results on American attitudes toward the role and scope of government.

How Republicans learnt to love bigger government

The era of “the era of big government is over” may itself now be over, writes Oren Cass in the Financial Times.

The American Appetite for Government

Even among Republicans, few can identify major areas where they’d like government to do less

Survey Reveals Broad Support for Government Across Party Lines

Even among Republicans, few can identify major areas where they’d like government to do less

Inside the CHIPS Act Rollout with Micron Technology

Oren Cass is joined by Micron Technology’s Scott Gatzemeier to discuss the on-the-ground reality of the CHIPS Act rollout.

Crash and Churn

How deregulation of trucking has failed truckers—and everyone else

Constructing Conservatism in the Secular Age

What should conservative politics look like at a time when many Americans are no longer religious?

Constructing Conservatism in the Secular Age

Oren Cass, executive director of American Compass, delivers the 2024 First Things Lecture in Washington, D.C. His lecture is entitled “Constructing Conservatism in the Secular Age.”

The Media and Conservatism with David Leonhardt, Emily Jashinsky, and Idrees Kahloon

How can the media better understand the reality of American life outside the Beltway, and what are reporters missing about these shifting economic and political debates?

Realignment Politics with Jerry Seib, Michael Brendan Dougherty, and Tim Chapman

What does the right-of-center’s economic debate mean for political leaders and how is it being translated into electoral politics in 2024 and beyond?

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