This is a list of every article on the subject of entitlement reform that Trudy Lieberman has written for Campaign Desk, presented in reverse chronological order.
12/06/11: The Murky Politics of the Payroll Tax - The media begin to step in the muck
11/29/11: Switching Sides on Social Security - Look who’s getting rid of the payroll tax
11/1/11: A Laurel to the AP - For its eye-opening story on Social Security
11/08/11: WaPo’s Misleading Social Security Piece - Article doesn’t come close to telling the whole story
10/21/11: The Human Faces behind the Social Security Rhetoric - Good work from CBS News
09/12/11: Forget That Ponzi Scheme Stuff - It’s the tax holiday, stupid
08/22/11: CJR Holds a Town Hall in Missouri - Do the pols represent the voters?
08/04/11: Playing It Safe the McCaskill Way - David Gregory’s lame interview
07/26/11: Covering the Chained CPI - Let me count the ways
07/14/11: Good and Bad from the NewsHour - Woodruff and Ifill begin to push the politicians, sort of
05/25/11: A Beat Memo on Medicare - Is the Ryan plan really so novel?
05/23/11: Means-Testing Medicare, According to CQ - Covering Medicare, part five
05/17/11: Candidate Pawlenty and Social Security - What’s he really talking about?
04/27/11: A Missing Medicare Link from The New York Times - Covering Medicare, Part II
04/25/11: CJR Holds a Town Hall in Philly - Shoppers on Market Street sound off
04/22/11: Michelle Malkin vs. Reality - Copying Betty White
04/11/11: A Good Social Security Story—At Last - Reuters shows it can be done
03/16/11: Another Take on NPR’s “Liberal Bias” - Its reporting on Social Security is anything but
03/03/11: A Big Omission at NBC - Whatever happened to Social Security?
02/22/11: Pinning Down the Pols - NPR misses again on Social Security story
02/18/11: The Budget Narrative - The press goes astray on Social Security
02/09/11: Peter G. Peterson Goes to School - A laurel to Remapping Debate
01/28/11: The Return of Alan Simpson - Parsing his latest thoughts on Social Security
12/22/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Nick Quealy-Gainer - What Social Security means to real people
12/21/10: Social Security in Perspective, Part III - A conversation with William Greider
12/20/10: Social Security Under Attack - What the press had to say
12/15/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Jim Dobbs - What Social Security means to real people
12/13/10: Other Views of Social Security - The MSM gives some equal time
12/08/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Jude Love - What Social Security means to real people
12/06/10: USA Today’s Mixed-Up Message - What exactly did the deficit commission do?
12/02/10: NPR Plays Ebenezer Scrooge - Another lopsided Social Security story
11/29/10: CBS Fumbles Again - A lopsided report on Social Security
11/24/10: A Curious Omission at the Times - Three Social Security proposals, or two?
11/18/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Jim Bean - What Social Security means to real people
11/12/10: Well, What Do You Know, Sherlock? - The media discover Social Security
11/11/10: The Education of Sen. Bennet - NPR passes along misinformation about Social Security
10/27/10: Social Security in Perspective, Part II - A conversation with Alicia Munnell
10/25/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Jennifer Putman - What Social Security means to real people
10/18/10: CBS Story Short but Not So Sweet - Skimpy info in the network’s take on retirement age
10/11/10: Another CJR Town Hall in the Badger State - Wisconsinites sound off about health reform and Social Security
10/01/10: A CJR Town Hall in the Badger State - Wisconsinites sound off about Russ Feingold
09/29/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Laurie Cooper - What Social Security means to real people
09/10/10: Another Curious Omission - The Fiscal Times and Social Security
09/08/10: Some Curious Omissions - The New Yorker and Social Security
09/01/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Ronald Eaker - What Social Security means to real people
08/26/10: Alan Simpson Does it Again - This time the press pays attention—sort of
08/19/10: Those Social Security Code Words Again - The meaning behind the tweaks, privatization, and modest changes
08/17/10: More Codes in the Social Security War - WaPo unravels one and misses another
08/16/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Lonnie Judy - What Social Security means to real people
08/06/10: Consumer Advice for Retirement Savings - What was the Times trying to tell us?
08/03/10: Social Security in the Heartland: Jennifer Tayabji - What Social Security means to real people
07/28/10: Kudos to The New York Times - For revealing the contradictions in health and financial reform
07/23/10: Paying Attention to Social Security - Two takes from the MSM
07/20/10: Social Security in Perspective - A conversation with Ted Marmor
07/08/10: Who Will Tell the People? - Social Security is the third rail for the MSM
06/28/10: Welfare, Entitlements, and Sharron Angle - What sayeth she now?
06/21/10: More Words of Wisdom from Alan Simpson - Just who are the “lesser people” he had in mind?
06/16/10: Are All Americans Living Longer? - CNBC didn’t ask the right questions
06/02/10: Another Take on the Times’s Memphis Piece - And the Social Security connection
05/27/10: Secrecy at the Deficit Commission - Note to the media: It’s past time for a little sunshine here
05/25/10: William Greider on Social Security - A superb take on Obama’s deficit commission
05/24/10: Good Coverage at USA Today - Some smart takes on problems with health and financial reform
04/30/10: More Words of Wisdom from Alan Simpson - Geezers vs. Gen X-ers vs. millenials, etc, etc.
04/28/10: Rick Foster’s Predictions - No bending of the cost curve in his crystal ball
03/19/10: Social Security’s Code Words - Erskine Bowles takes the stage
03/15/10: Is the Past Prologue? - The pedigree of Alan Simpson
02/17/10: On the Social Security Battlefront - Reporters and their sources
01/04/10: Dust-up at The Washington Post - And new questions about the new news servicesTrudy Lieberman is a fellow at the Center for Advancing Health and a longtime contributing editor to the Columbia Journalism Review. She is the lead writer for The Second Opinion, CJR’s healthcare desk, which is part of our United States Project on the coverage of politics and policy. Follow her on Twitter @Trudy_Lieberman.