Recent Work

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 16

Despite the fan fare, the President is months behind in producing an actual budget.  Americans have a right to be worried about his ability to do the job.  

Chris Murphy // Tue, February 21

A selection of our work over the past few years on Trump and immigration. It includes fresh analysis looking at the new Trump executive orders.  

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, January 31

To counter Trump Democrats will have to be patriots not partisans.  In his new US News column Simon offers a strategy for how to draw lines and challenge a man acting far more like a dictator than an American President. 

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, January 26

Donald Trump is taking radical steps that is weakening the global order America imagined and built after World War II.  Before he does more harm to our interests, Congress must force a big debate about his vision, and challenge him if necessary.  

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 // Thu, January 12

Trump seems intent on keeping his businesses while President. If he does, he cannot also keep them secret. Time for independent, public audit and accounting of Trump Org.


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.