Recent Work

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, September 11

In a new essay, Simon reviews a variety of recent polls which show broad public support for open trade policies and a rejection of Trump’s tariffs. This suggests that a campaign to rescind the President’s tariffs could not only be good policy, but good politics as well.

Chris Taylor // Wed, August 29

In a detailed analysis, NDN’s Chris Taylor explains why Trump’s trade policies are harming the US, and need to be more aggressively challenged.

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, July 18

In a new op-ed, Simon looks at the sophisticated Russian attacks on our elections and makes recommendations for what Congress and the Administration can do right now to ensure what happened in 2016 doesn’t happen again in 2018

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, July 16

Simon argues that Trump has been unable to fulfill the most basic of Presidential duties: keeping Americans and our democracy safe.

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, July 13

In a new op-ed, Simon asks whether middle class Americans are better off under Trump. Data suggests that they are not.

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, May 8

There is a growing body of evidence Trumpism is hurting the GOP brand in the border region. Big implications for 2018, 2020 too. 

Simon Rosenberg // Fri, April 27

Some recent data from Pew Research suggests pace of erosion of TV, rise of digital is picking up, and 2018 likely to be first election more folks get their news online than from TV. Big implications for US politics.

Robert J. Shapiro // Wed, January 24

The new economics of jobs is bad news for working class Americans - and maybe even Trump.