Download here or click below to play It feels like we're in a pressure cooker ready to blow its top! The first virtual national political convention ever gets underway tonight and the Democrats are playing with fire. The Philadelphia Inquirer's Will Bunch joins me at the top of the show to talk about the DNC and the even bigger story today, the sabotage of the USPS by the president as another way to steal the November election. We also have a Monday Music segment today. South Florida-based Y&T Records is out today with "Put Down that Weapon: Make Music [...]
Download here or click below to play Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first Earth Day celebration on April 22, 1970. Philadelphia Inquirer National Opinion Columnist Will Bunch tells us the first one was really big in Philly! We'll also talk coronavirus, health care or not, and a whole lot more... Be sure to sign up for Will's newsletter here! I included a bonus segment at the end -- the first interview I ever did with Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org. It was from Air America Radio, October 23, 2009... And here's today's parody, courtesy of Roy Zimmerman! [...]
Just click to play: or Download the file here The final Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses happened last night, and the impeachment trial for Donald Trump begins in the Senate on Tuesday. It's a busy start to a new year and new decade. Will Bunch, columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer guests today.
We've arrived at the end of another week, though many didn't. This was the week of Dorian who thankfully spared Puerto Rico and the South Florida coastline, but hit the Bahamas hard, decimating the islands of Abacos and Grand Bahama. Trump couldn't stop embarrassing himself by claiming that Alabama was in the cone of uncertainty (it wasn't). As the death toll rises, Trump continues to divert out attention away from the horrible things he's doing to the US. Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer is my guest to officially close the book on summer 2019.
It's Friday and another week comes to a close with horrific news of mass shootings in mosques in New Zealand. Great Britain is a mess - we'll get the latest Brexit news from UK Progressive magazine's Denis Campbell. And Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer returns to talk about the socialist boogeyman.
Welcome to Friday. Thank goodness this week is just about over. We'll bring you the latest in the insane news cycle... and visit with two great guests. Columnist Will Bunch was a big Bernie Sanders supporter in 2016, but is urging him not to run in 2020. We find out why in this column from 1/10. You should also check out his newest column on the LA Teachers' strike. Our second guest today is Kelly Carlin. In addition to being George's daughter, Kelly is (as she describes herself) is a thinker, writer, talker and doodler. She’s funny, serious, [...]
Nicole Sandler welcomes Will Bunch - columnist for the Philly Inquirer and Daily News -- back to the show to talk about the horrific acts of violence that took place this week -- from the MagaBomber to the hate crime shooting of two black people at a Kroger store in Kentucky to the massacre of 11 innocents at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Here's Will's piece on the shooting. You should click over and read it now.
We've come to the end of another insane week in America. Today, Nicole Sandler speaks with Emptywheel's Marcy Wheeler about her own frightening involvement when a story hits too close to home. Read her original post here, and the follow-up here. Philly.com columnist Will Bunch also joins in to talk about a few of his recent columns dealing with the earth-shattering horrific news we're living through these days. From Occupy ICE to Bleep Civility and more.... Just another Friday in Trump's USA.
Will Bunch, columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News and The Inquirer joins Nicole Sandler to discuss a couple of his recent columns on "Bernie-ism" and the state of our free press.
After a look at the day's news, Nicole Sandler welcomes Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Inquirer back to the show. We spoke about Will's column on the 50th anniversary of Walter Cronkite's commentary declaring that the Vietnam War couldn't be won. And we also touched on the West Virginia teachers' strike, which Will wrote about here.