Josh Hawley

Josh Hawley Versus the Machine

Missouri’s freshman senator on his 'loot box' bill and how he thinks about big tech

If you were looking for a David to the multi-billion-dollar, big-tech Goliath, you could do worse than Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.).

Making Sense of the New American Right

Column: Keeping track of the Jacksonians, Reformicons, Paleos, and Post-liberals

Cotton Rubio Lee HawleyI like to start my classes on conservative intellectual history by distinguishing between three groups. There is the Republican Party, with its millions of adherents and spectrum of opinion from very conservative, somewhat conservative, moderate, and yes, liberal. There is the conservative movement, the constellation of single-issue nonprofits that sprung up in the 1970s—gun rights, pro-life, taxpayer, right to work—and continue to influence elected officials. Finally, there is the conservative intellectual movement: writers, scholars, and wonks whose journalistic and political work deals mainly with ideas and, if we're lucky, their translation into public policy.

Hawley Introduces ‘Loot Box’ Bill

Bipartisan proposal part of young senator's salvo against big tech

Joined by two Democratic colleagues, Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) on Thursday officially floated his proposed ban on "pay-to-win" monetization in video games that explicitly target children.

Hawley to Propose ‘Do Not Call’ List for Internet Tracking

Bill would give users ability to block data collection with one click

Sen. Josh HawleyA new bill from Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo) would give Americans the ability to easily block Internet companies such as Google and Facebook from collecting any data beyond what is necessary for the specific online services offered.