Kudos | Remapping Debate | Infrastructure, NYC
Nov. 1, 2012 — In a devastating article about the devastating storm, The New York Times’ David W. Chen and Mireya Navarro leave no doubt that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Education
Dec. 14, 2011 — Kudos to Stephanie Saul for her months-long examination of the theory that “corporate efficiencies combined with the Internet can revolutionize public education, offering high quality...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Taxes
Sept. 14, 2011 — Kudos to Steven Mufson and Jia Lynn Yang for their recent in-depth article in the Washington Post on how it is that we have a system whereby “anyone making more than $34,500 a year...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Budget deficit, Corporate influence, Taxes
June 22, 2011 — Remapping Debate isn’t shy about critiquing centrist-premised, don’t-bother-with-assessing-the-truth reporting in The New York Times. Like others, we see the Times as having an...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Corporate influence, Taxes
March 30, 2011 — Kudos to the New York Times and its reporter David Kocieniewski for last week’s story on how a large corporation goes about navigating a tax system that is commonly described...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Budget deficit, Social Security
February 16, 2010 — Kudos to Mark Miller, a contributor to Reuters’s Prism Money blog, for his post Monday morning calling out NPR, the Associated Press, and NBC’s David Gregory for perpetuating the...view
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November 23, 2010 — Kudos to the team of reporters at The American Prospect for highlighting how the failure to collect data on a variety of public policy issues undermines the ability to address...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | Slate
October 26, 2010 — Data visualizations can be powerful tools for bringing to life basic facts about how a society is operating.  We at Remapping Debate believe that those visualizations are...view
Kudos | Remapping Debate | New York Times, Washington Post
October 12, 2010 — As is evident to all observers, spending on political advertising by non-profit and other groups theoretically independent of the Democratic and Republican parties is up — way up...view