American Compass’s Oren Cass joins Congressman Dan Crenshaw to discuss stimulus measures which would bring desperately needed economic relief to Americans in the age of COVID-19.
American Compass’s Oren Cass responds to the Wall Street Journal’s negative coverage of his analysis on America’s economic challenges.
One of the nation’s leading opinion platforms cuts a two-minute attack ad against American Compass for prompting debate.
Columnist Bill McGurn criticizes American Compass for using the term “market fundamentalism” to “squash debate.”
Columnist Bill McGurn accuses American Compass of “name calling” and laments that analysis of the challenges facing American families “can lead to rhetoric that at times can sound an awful lot like Bernie Sanders.”
What does it cost for a family to thrive? Oren Cass joins The Chris Buskirk Show to talk about his work to define this.
American Compass’s Wells King discussed his views on public policy and the goals of American Compass with National Review’s Daniel Tenreiro.
The challenge for Cass is to help restore conservative ideas to their proper primacy — the conservatism of Main Street, that is, not the libertarian pseudo-conservatism that so often trickles down from plutocratic donors.
It is a tragedy that Friedrich Hayek’s excesses, invested with the authority of his (deserved) reputation, became the unexamined default for right-of-center economic thinking in America.
Today we are announcing the formation of American Compass, an organization dedicated to helping American conservatism recover from its chronic case of market fundamentalism.
Oren Cass joins The Realignment to announce American Compass, his new organization that’s arguing for a new conservative approach to economics.
Conservative Intellectuals Launch a New Group To Challenge Free-Market ‘Fundamentalism’ on the Right
Oren Cass believes conservatives have blundered by outsourcing GOP economic policymaking to libertarian “fundamentalists” who see the free market as an end unto itself, rather than as a means for improving quality of life to strengthen families and communities.
If comparative advantage is created rather than discovered, refusing to play the game has consequences.
Oren Cass discusses his book, The Once and Future Worker: A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America