Jonathan Weisman

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'Conservative' Overload on Sunday's Front Page: 'Staunchly...Deep-Seated' Conservatism in Suddenly Significant Tea Party

The Tea Party, previously marginalized by the New York Times as losing effectiveness, made Sunday's front page for endangering moderate deal-makers in the GOP with its "conservative fervor" and ...
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New York Times Plays Up GOP Worries Over Women's Issues on Front Page, Buries Anti-Obama Poll Data

In a front-page story, Times reporter Jonathan Weisman sees "grievous" political trouble on the horizon for Republicans over women's issues. But what do the polls show? "Republicans are bracing ...
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Sen. Snowe, a Moderate Republican 'Fed Up' With the 'Extreme Right' and Social Issues

New York Times reporter Jonathan Weisman sympathizes with lonely "centrists" like Sen. Olympia Snowe, who announced her retirement. Weisman says she's "fed up" by what a Snowe friend called "the ...
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NYT Sees GOP "Stampede to the Right" in 2012 and a "Hollowed Out" Center in Congress

The Times sees a Republican "stampede to the right" in 2012: "The rightward tilt has consequences for Congress and the Obama administration as it has hollowed out the center in Congress and made ...
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Calmes Almost Forgets Obama's Deficit Promises, Pushes Political Potency of His Big-Spending Budget Plan

White House reporter Jackie Calmes treated last year's Obama budget proposal as just right in its balance of spending cuts and increases and gave him a pass for putting off tough choices. But ...
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