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Recent Work

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.

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, April 18

Simon argues that Trump's mounting legal problems are clearly effecting his ability to run the country - any other executive would be forced to take a leave, or resign. Why he is different? He isn't.

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 15

NDN has launched a modest fundraising drive - if you like our work, feel we need more of it, please do support us today.

Chris Murphy // Wed, March 14

It wasn't a bad candidate, or lack of money that hurt the GOP this week in PA-18. It is their agenda, which was never designed to help everyday people in their struggle to get ahead.

Robert J. Shapiro // Wed, January 24

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

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, November 29

Contrary to the President's absurdly false claims, under Pres. Obama crime rates and the flow of undocumented immigrants into US plummeted. The economy also grew, incomes rose, the stock market soared and the annual deficit dropped.    

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, September 13

This recent compelling paper by long time NDN collaborator Tim Chambers explains what bots are, looks at their malicious use in US politics and offers some ideas on what to do about it in the days ahead.  

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.