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 services