1/5/2012 11:57 AM ET
Jason DeParle: "...the evidence suggests that America is not only less equal, but also less mobile....The United States maintains a thinner safety net than other rich countries, leaving more ...
11/4/2011 12:38 PM ET
But reporter Jason DeParle once condemned Bill Clinton for signing a welfare reform bill that "begrudges poor infants their Pampers."
2/11/2010 10:31 AM ET
In 1996, reporter Jason DeParle accused Clinton of signing a welfare reform bill that "begrudges poor infants their Pampers" and predicted an epidemic of child abuse, abortion, prostitution and ...
1/28/2010 11:58 AM ET
Reporter Jason DeParle plumps another exaggerated "hunger in America story" in Wednesday's paper. But he's been dead wrong about such issues before.
1/4/2010 1:52 PM ET
But some of his victims aren't quite sympathetic: "[Wanda Debnam] sleeps with her 8-year-old granddaughter under a poster of the Jonas Brothers and uses her food stamps to avoid her ...
11/30/2009 4:00 PM ET
"Food Stamp Use Soars Across U.S., and Stigma Fades," cheers a Times headline over Sunday's big lead story, cowritten by fierce welfare reform opponent (and Times reporter) Jason DeParle, who ...
11/17/2009 12:54 PM ET
An Agriculture Department study showing a rise in "food insecurity" becomes a "soaring" increase in U.S. "hunger" in the hands of excitable Times headline writers.
2/2/2009 3:49 PM ET
Veteran reporter Jason DeParle criticizes welfare reform on Monday's front page, but has opposed it from the start: In 1996 he accused Bill Clinton of "seeking re-election with a bill that ...
12/30/2008 2:40 PM ET
Reporter Jason DeParle calls race-baiting Al Sharpton a "civil rights advocate" in a slanted story about a new controversy over Rush Limbaugh's "Barack the Magic Negro" song parody.
11/17/2006 9:45 AM ET
And a Times copy editor adds an unfair twist to a straightforward sentence.