Ben Adler writes on national politics and domestic policy. Ben has been a staff writer for Politico and an editor at Newsweek and the Center for American Progress. His writing has also appeared in The Atlantic, The Nation, The Daily Beast, Columbia Journalism Review, Salon, The Washington Monthly, The New Republic, The Guardian and Next American City among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Paul Ryan's budget cuts aid precisely to those who need it most: the elderly and disabled.Ben AdlerApr 06, 2011
Democrats could actually cut the deficit and redefine foreign policy by going after defense spending -- if only they were brave enough to try.Ben AdlerApr 01, 2011
After years of browbeating, conservatives have succeeded in convincing Americans that Social Security is in trouble, but that doesn't mean it is.Ben AdlerMar 24, 2011
The logical flaw at the heart of Republicans' proposals to solve the energy crisisBen AdlerMar 17, 2011
When it comes to their top legislative priority, disability activists fear later will mean never.Ben AdlerJul 29, 2009