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Daniel Raymond (1823)

| Apr 22, 2020

The absurdity of this doctrine of not legislating at all, and permitting every man to pursue his own interest in his own way, is manifest from its utter impracticability… The question, therefore, is not, and never will be, between law and no law, regulation and no regulation, but it must always be between the wisdom of different laws and different regulations.

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Wells King is the research director at American Compass.

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Woking 9 to 5

Oren Cass | Sep 24, 2021 |

In their adoption of “progressive” agendas, both unions and corporations have ignored entirely the preferences and interests of workers. (Whether an agenda that abandons workers can rightly be called progressive is a question for another day.) Not What They Bargained For, the American Compass survey of worker attitudes, highlights the ways that the labor movement’s […]

The American Dream Isn’t Dead, It’s Just Misunderstood

Jeffery McNeil | Sep 22, 2021 |

Some people believe the American Dream is dead and the game is rigged against them. That isn’t my mindset or attitude. In order to fulfill your dreams, you must aspire to be what you desire. That is the American Dream, to me. And I think some people don’t understand what fulfilling that American Dream can […]