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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?

The Future of Conservative Economics with Julius Krein, Michael Strain, and Rana Foroohar

How is conservative thinking about economic policy and the role of government changing?

Out of Time on Outbound

If Republicans are serious about confronting China, they need to sideline members who aren’t

John A. Burtka IV on Building a Better Elite

On this episode, Oren Cass is joined by John A. Burtka IV to discuss how to cultivate and educate a better elite, what the “mirrors for princes” tradition has to teach today’s leaders, and aristo-populism.

Oren Cass: “Trump is an inherently time-limited phenomenon”

The pro-worker policy wonk who wants to save the Republican Party from itself.

Talkin’ (Policy) Shop: Support for Families

Oren and Chris weigh in on the ongoing fight over the Child Tax Credit and discuss more broadly the question of how conservatives should think about supporting families—without getting mired in 30-year-old fights about welfare.

New Survey Shows Surging Enthusiasm for Family Support Among Conservatives

Families struggling to have the number of children they want, achieve the American dream

The Family Policy Renaissance, Explained

Republicans, Independents, and the working and middle classes respond to the pressures facing working families

Among US Conservatives, the Dial Is Finally Shifting on Welfare

But older anti-government institutions still need to realise that the mistakes of the 1960s are not being repeated

Conservatives Should Embrace Child Tax Credit Expansion

Strengthening support for working families is not just a popular priority, but a conservative one.

One House Vote Just Exposed A Huge Rift In The Conservative Movement

American Compass’ Duncan Braid makes the case for conservatives to support the Child Tax Credit expansion in the Daily Caller

Is the Republican Party’s Refusal to Raise Taxes Fiscally Irresponsible?

American Compass’s Oren Cass and Club for Growth’s David McIntosh debate how conservatives should approach taxes and spending.

The Persistence of Market Fundamentalism

The sacred texts don’t say what their keepers claim they do.

Passing a Test on Family Policy

This is a pivotal moment for the conservative movement, which has finally woken up to the reality that decades of WSJ-style economic policy have been a disaster for working families and thus a disaster for America.

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