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Simon Rosenberg // Thu, July 2

Another week of really bad polling for the Rs - Electoral College gets harder for Trump, good poll for Bullock in Montana, is North Carolina joining FL and WI in slipping away?

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, June 29

Russia's assassination campaign against US and UK troops in Afghanistan should lead to a broad review of its years of attacks on US interests and the West, and a firm and sustained response. 

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, June 25

As bad as the election looks right now for the President and his party, things may actually get far worse in the coming months. 

Simon Rosenberg // Wed, June 17

Based on the President's actions of the past few weeks, we are at the point where we have to wonder whether he's decided that he wants the virus to spread and for more Americans to fall ill and die.  Is there another explanation?. 

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, June 9

This have been a very hard few months for this great nation, but in the last few days it feels like that sense of despair and anguish has become to turn into something more hopeful an uplifting. 

Simon Rosenberg // Tue, May 26

The President's refusal to embrace masking as America re-opens is indefensible, and raises questions about whether he still understands what is happening around him. 

Simon Rosenberg // Mon, May 11

That COVID19 has spread through the White House within days of its reopening up is a lesson for how hard it is going to be to open the country up in the days ahead. 

Simon Rosenberg // Thu, March 26

The COVID19 crisis is an opportunity for elected officials here in the US to take on a new and powerful role - truth teller, community leader, COVID navigator.