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DESERET NEWS—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.
THE AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE—America’s most Southern sport has betrayed its own fan base, writes American Compass’s Wells King in this cover story.
NEWSWEEK—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.
COMMENT MAGAZINE—Wells King on how efforts to turn relationships into capital makes everyone poorer.
THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS—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.
REALIGNMENT CONFERENCE—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.
A proposal for channeling labor resources away from politics and toward worker benefits and training
NEWSWEEK—American Compass research director Wells King explores the failures of the modern American labor movement and what workers really want from unions.
Cash and Kids: Momentum on Child Tax Credit Policy and Other Ideas to Increase Family Income Share This
EVENT—American Compass research director Wells King joins an American Academy of Political and Social Science panel to discuss the Child Tax Credit and how best to support working families.
FIRST THINGS—American Compass research director Wells King reviews two books on the de-growth movement.
DAILY CALLER—American Compass research director Wells King discusses the wide-ranging effects of the digital revolution in an adaptation of Lost in the Super Market: Navigating the Digital Age.
The use and abuse of personal data pose a collective challenge that cannot be solved by individuals.