8/10/2012 6:27 AM ET
Covering Obama in Denver, the Times credited the president's
popularity among women, while the Romney coverage from Iowa emphasized a
controversy in that state: "In Des Moines, Mr. Romney ...
6/11/2012 1:06 PM ET
Jackie Calmes' "Six Words From Obama, and a Barrage in Return From Republicans" hints strongly that the Republicans are unfairly exploiting President Obama's gaffe that "the private sector is ...
6/4/2012 1:18 PM ET
Poor President Obama; after over three years in office, he is still
helpless as a newborn when it comes to changing the economy for the
better. Times reporter Jackie Calmes: "Yet his proposed ...
5/24/2012 10:03 AM ET
New York Times White House reporter Jackie Calmes: "As a candidate and as president, Mr.
Obama has avoided discussing race except in rare instances when he
seemed to have little choice -- ...
5/23/2012 11:28 AM ET
New York Times White House reporter Jackie Calmes stacks her sources 5-1 in favor of raising taxes to close the deficit, and tries to nudge Congress into supporting them: "Tax increases were part ...
4/5/2012 8:43 AM ET
Wishful thinking on behalf of Obama? New York Times White House reporter
Jackie Calmes fancies that criticizing the Supreme Court might be a
winning issue for Democrats for a change. Calmes ...
3/30/2012 8:45 AM ET
New York Times White House reporter Jackie Calmes made a
surprise appearance in the arts pages to talk about
cherry blossom season in Washington, D.C. The unsurprising part: Yet another ...
3/13/2012 1:04 PM ET
The New York Times focused on the "treacherous political ground"
occupied by President Obama as the election draws closer, while proving
wrong pro-Obama assumptions made in recent stories by ...
3/7/2012 11:08 AM ET
No political motivations here! Devoting a full story to President Obama
calling birth-control activist Sandra Fluke for the sake of his
daughters, New York Times reporter Jackie Calmes (and ...
2/27/2012 12:00 PM ET
Jackie Calmes once again boosts Obama as a (secret) budget hawk: "...Mr. Obama has come to adopt
most of the major tenets supported by a majority of the commission’s
members, though his ...