Stories by Will Bunch

Will Bunch is a senior writer at the Philadelphia Daily News and author of the blog Attytood. subscribe to Will Bunch's feed

Posted on: Sep 29, 2011, Source: Media Matters for America

The chaos unleashed by Fox and friends on the American political system during those two years of the Obama backlash is going to be with us for a long, long time.

Posted on: Jul 1, 2010, Source: Media Matters for America

Before 2004, the newspapers called waterboarding torture. After the revelations of Gitmo and black sites of the Bush years, they've gone silent.

Posted on: May 18, 2010, Source: Media Matters for America

Beck works with gold companies to create anxiety, fear and gimmicky solutions that enrich both him and the companies.

Posted on: May 5, 2010, Source: AlterNet

The whole justification for police to get tasers in the first place was to subdue potentially violent suspects -- but it's gone way, way, past that.

Posted on: Feb 4, 2009, Source: Free Press

The Great Communicator still speaks from the Great Beyond. But he leaves out some very important details about his time in office.

Posted on: Feb 20, 2008, Source: Attytood

By winning a Polk award for its reporting, Josh Marshall's Talking Points Memo signals the rise of online muckracking.

Posted on: Jul 16, 2006, Source: Attytood

A plea to newsmakers: Stop falling for the Bush administration's attempts at fear-mongering rather than governing.

Posted on: Sep 6, 2005, Source: Attytood

In April 2004, some of the best minds who were supposed to be studying and improving Lousiana's damaged wetlands instead found themselves in the Persian Gulf -- restoring the Iraqi marshes.

Posted on: Sep 5, 2005, Source: Attytood

Why was the issue of getting the poor and the car-less out of New Orleans treated like there was no solution, when there was so much that could have been done?

Posted on: Aug 31, 2005, Source: Attytood

Washington knew exactly what needed to be done to protect the citizens of New Orleans from disasters like Katrina. Yet federal funding for Louisiana flood control projects was diverted to pay for the war in Iraq.