Stephen Stromberg
Stephen Stromberg
Editorial Writer

Stephen Stromberg is a Post editorial writer. He specializes in domestic policy, including energy, the environment, legal affairs and public health. He first joined the Post editorial page in 2006, before he spent 2007 and 2008 covering the presidential election and the Great Recession for The Economist. Stromberg rejoined The Post opinions section in 2009 as deputy opinions editor for digital before moving back into full-time editorial writing. He also wrote for Salon.com during the 2004 presidential election, and before that for the Los Angeles Times editorial column.

Latest by Stephen Stromberg

What if Obamacare goes away?

What if Obamacare goes away?

Would the courts destroy a shaky system that may well fail? Or a health-care reform policy that is working?

The case against eviscerating Obamacare

The case against eviscerating Obamacare

The essential reality is clear: Congress intended to create a near-universal health-care coverage system.

Sanction Russia now

Sanction Russia now

There should be a thorough investigation into the MH17 crash. But that shouldn’t delay further sanctions.

No, Obama doesn’t get points for lecturing Congress

No, Obama doesn’t get points for lecturing Congress

Pointing out that the president’s position on infrastructure is better than most Republicans’ does not mean that his stance is great.