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With attention returning to budgets and the US economy, we''ve put together some of our recent work on these important matters.
On Russia, Syria, health care, immigration and even jobs Trump's fantasy world is crashing into the real one. And the results haven't been pretty for him, or for the nation.
The global system created by Presidents FDR and Truman has done more to create opportunity, reduce poverty and advance democracy than perhaps any other policies in history.
Michael Scherer of Time reports on the influence Dr. Rob Shapiro's analysis has had on shaping recent thinking about how the American economy is changing.
Some thoughts about the post-Sandy Hook shooting political environment, and the hard, tough struggles ahead necessary to usher in a new and better age of politics.
Simon Rosenberg | Apr 20
In coming neogtiations with Trump on the budget, debt ceiling and more, Democrats should put Russia, corruption and tax returns/public audit on...
Chris Murphy | Feb 27
In a new memo NDN finds that over the past generation of American politics Democrats have been far better for the economy, deficits and incomes....
Simon Rosenberg | Apr 14
The RNC helped Russia interfere in our elections. It should now take the lead in making sure it never happens again.
Robert J. Shapiro | Apr 26
The President's emerging tax proposal will make wealthy Americans more so, increase the deficit and may or may not stave us from a Trump recession....
Release: Tillerson failed to make Russian interference in US elections central to his mtgs w/Lavrov, PutinSimon Rosenberg // Wed, April 12
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 23
There just isn't a lot of justification for the market's optimism that Trump's economic policies - Maralagonomics - will keep the Obama expansion going.
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 9
The return of Wikileaks this week is a reminder that the Russian campaign against the US is ongoing, not something that happened last summer. Investigations looking into Russia must take this into account.
Simon Rosenberg // Tue, February 21
If history is a guide, Trump's efforts to institutionalize xenophobia and ramp up immigration enforcement could disrupt businesses, hurt the US economy and tear apart families. The blowback could be significant and cause lasting damage to his Presidency.
Simon Rosenberg // Mon, January 23
In his new column, Simon argues that Democrats should have pride in their historic accomplishments, and optimism about the future of their politics.
Simon Rosenberg // Sat, November 5
The new AP story about Melania Trump proves she and her husband have been lying for years – on camera, in writing – about her immigration path into the United States.
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, April 28
In a note to the NDN community, Simon discusses his long history in working for a better politics, and lays out a three part agenda which will guide our in the months ahead.