On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Wells King joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how policymakers can harness history to address the economic problems of today.
American Compass’s Wells King argues that Silicon Valley’s founder myth has things backward, misunderstanding the source of the regime’s power and flattering its worst instincts.
The indispensable and effective role of public policy in building the digital age
With the Small Business Innovation & Research program, Congress helped build many of the nation’s most innovative firms.
American Compass research director Wells King discusses a promising conservative bill to rein in Big Tech’s monopoly power.
Wells King and Dan Vaughn, Jr. on how Reagan showed it was possible to wrangle foreign manufacturers to the U.S.
President Reagan negotiated a quota on Japanese imports that bought Detroit time to retool and spurred massive foreign investment in a new manufacturing base in the South.
American Compass research director Wells King joins a statement in support of building a truly pro-family policy agenda.
American Compass research director Wells King argues for building real alternatives to the “college-for-all” education pipeline in the wake of Biden’s misguided student loan forgiveness.
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.
On family policy, conservatives should avoid two extremes: rebutting any use of government, and assuming that trillions can be spent without negative repercussions.
American Compass’s Oren Cass and Wells King discuss the reality that most young Americans miss out on commencement.
American education must be equipped with diverse tools fit for students’ diverse aspirations.
American Compass’s Wells King and Brad Wilcox of the Institute for Family Studies and AEI make the case for a conservative embrace of an expanded Child Tax Credit in a post Roe v. Wade world.
America’s most Southern sport has betrayed its own fan base, writes American Compass’s Wells King in this cover story.
American Compass research director Wells King explores the history of the Uniparty’s push for globalization at all costs and the fallacies undergirding their arguments.
American Compass research director Wells King argues that woke corporate activism attempts to launder self-interest through liberal ideology and to renege on actual obligations.
American Affairs’s Julius Krein, American Compass’s Wells King, and the Niskanen Center’s Samuel Hammond discuss the new right, populism, and the debate over neoliberalism.
Straightforward federal reforms could enable state and local governments to partner with new labor organizations in administer portable benefits and sector-wide training.
American Compass research director Wells King explores the failures of the modern American labor movement and what workers really want from unions.