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Simon Rosenberg | Oct 22
Simon and Jon Spalter offer up a whole of government approach to keeping the Internet open and free in the years ahead.
Simon Rosenberg | Dec 17
The Obama Administration’s historic policy changes towards Cuba will be good for the US, the Cuban people and for the hemisphere.
Simon Rosenberg | Jan 26
After 50 years, it is time to declare Hispanic immigration into the US a success?
Corey Cantor | Jan 9
Democrats have brought growth, smaller deficits and soaring stock markets. Republicans - not so much.
Corey Cantor // Fri, January 16
Clean energy is no longer a far-off pipedream, but an increasingly vibrant and real piece of the U.S. energy economy.
Simon Rosenberg // Tue, January 13
All Republicans supporting this initiative need to be asked directly about their vision for the 11m already here. By supporting this legislation, it is clear their goal is for them to leave, not stay.
Corey Cantor // Wed, December 17
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, December 17
This new analysis takes a look at whether, due to how few Americans are able to cast a meaningful vote in a Federal elections our electoral system, is still capable of conveying the “consent of the governed” to those in power in Washington.
Simon Rosenberg // Tue, December 16
For a decade now NDN has understood that the world is changing at great speed, and offered solutions for the center-left to adapt and modernize – to renew itself – for a new day.
Simon Rosenberg // Mon, December 15
Some thoughts on the weakness of the Congressional GOP, why the new party committee limits are not so bad and how Ted Cruz has become a danger to the GOP in 2016.
Robert J. Shapiro // Mon, December 8
The sharp fall in worldwide oil prices is a silver lining with a silver lining, even if the linings are a bit tarnished.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, November 7
Republicans have made substantial gains in recent years, and are a much stronger national party. Democrats have a lot of work to do to compete and win against a resurgent GOP.