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The New York Times Sneers at the Poor
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For a newspaper that tends to sneer at Republicans as the party of the rich and that likes to express sympathy for the poor, the New York Times sure gave a hard time in its front-page news article to Christine O'Donnell. Reports the Times, "She has struggled for years with personal finance problems — she has reported earnings of only $5,800 between most of this year and last and she has defaulted on her mortgage."

The Times also reports, "she told a reporter for The News Journal of Wilmington last March that her campaign had paid half the rent on her town house there because it doubled as her headquarters, one of several financial oddities enumerated in an article in that paper....She said that while she participated in the cap-and-gown ceremony nearly two decades ago, she was unable to formally graduate because of unpaid tuition."

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Read It Here First
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"Majority Leader Schumer" — FutureOfCapitalism.com, October 14, 2010.

"As Reid Falters, Schumer Subtly Stands in the Wings" — New York Times front page, October 28 (online), 29 (print), 2010.

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New York Times on the Budget
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The New York Times has a news article that runs under the headline "Republican Budget Hard-Liners Get Support from Tea Party." It begins, "As House Republican leaders worked to cobble together a spending plan for this year that can win bipartisan support, their more conservative members made increasingly clear on Thursday that they consider a proposed $33 billion budget cut to be insufficient."

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Anti-Government Republicans
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The lead story of my Saturday Times print edition here in Boston carried the subheadline, "Conservatives Viewed the House Speaker as Not Anti-Government Enough." By later editions, the subheadline had changed to "Surprise Announcement May Help Avert Another Government Shutdown."

The editor who killed the early subheadline displayed some good judgment in improving it. Alas, that judgment did not extend to editing the rest of the news article about the resignation of Speaker Boehner. It reported, "His downfall again highlighted the sinewy power of a Republican Party faction whose anthem is often to oppose government action....With antigovernment fervor helping to prompt Mr. Boehner's decision, several candidates for the Republican presidential nomination were quick to try to capitalize on the animus."

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The New York Times Sneers at the Poor
futureofcapitalism.com

For a newspaper that tends to sneer at Republicans as the party of the rich and that likes to express sympathy for the poor, the New York Times sure gave a hard time in its front-page news article to Christine O'Donnell. Reports the Times, "She has struggled for years with personal finance problems — she has reported earnings of only $5,800 between most of this year and last and she has defaulted on her mortgage."

The Times also reports, "she told a reporter for The News Journal of Wilmington last March that her campaign had paid half the rent on her town house there because it doubled as her headquarters, one of several financial oddities enumerated in an article in that paper....She said that while she participated in the cap-and-gown ceremony nearly two decades ago, she was unable to formally graduate because of unpaid tuition."

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Read It Here First
futureofcapitalism.com

"Majority Leader Schumer" — FutureOfCapitalism.com, October 14, 2010.

"As Reid Falters, Schumer Subtly Stands in the Wings" — New York Times front page, October 28 (online), 29 (print), 2010.

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New York Times on the Budget
futureofcapitalism.com

The New York Times has a news article that runs under the headline "Republican Budget Hard-Liners Get Support from Tea Party." It begins, "As House Republican leaders worked to cobble together a spending plan for this year that can win bipartisan support, their more conservative members made increasingly clear on Thursday that they consider a proposed $33 billion budget cut to be insufficient."

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