In the digital realm as outside of it, the public has a right to insist on regulations where the safety of our kids is at stake.
Congress should take seriously the failures in the credit card industry and consider how public policy could support a stronger and more competitive free market.
Chris Griswold makes the case for protecting children online through the Kids Online Safety Act
Boosting American investment and production when tax cuts will not
Chris Griswold’s testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee on Innovation, Data, and Commerce, regarding “Mapping America’s Supply Chains”
The Railway Safety Act of 2023 is a potent signal of a sea-change in how conservatives in Washington are approaching their most basic task: governance for the common good.
Progressives were surprised, confused, and frustrated by Senator Marco Rubio last week. “I definitely didn’t have Marco Rubio being more pro worker than Joe Biden on my 2022 bingo card,” one tweeted. “UGH, UGH, UGH…When Read more…
American Compass policy director Chris Griswold explores the relationship between worker power and the roots of civic friendship.
American Compass’s Wells King and Chris Griswold evaluate the Biden administration’s approach to industrial strategy and what it shows about the policy failures of the established ruling class.
American Compass’s Oren Cass and Chris Griswold describe how a conservative agenda focused on workers and their families could create new avenues for progress in a divided government.
Big Tech’s social media platforms are similarly exploiting children today. And just as policymakers needed to act to protect children then, they must do the same now.
For noncollege pathways to be viable, policymakers must reduce employers’ needless demand for college degrees.
American Compass policy director explores policy options to protect children online with the same vigor that we protect them in the real world.
American Compass policy director Chris Griswold discusses recent pro-labor policy developments on the right-of-center and opportunities for further labor reform.
American Compass policy director Chris Griswold discusses the “blue-collar blueprint” for infrastructure and how DC politicos fail to listen to their actual blue-collar voters.
This paper proposes two complementary policies that together offer a genuinely better bargain for American workers: formal recognition of “works councils” and a mechanism by which workers could elect representation to their corporation’s board.
American Compass policy director Chris Griswold makes the case for a financial transaction tax in the United States.
Opponents of a financial transaction tax seem less intent on persuading than on covering for the generic impulse that financial markets shall not be impinged upon. That impulse should be resisted.