Walter Brasch

Walter Brasch is an award-winning social issues journalist. His latest book is Fracking Pennsylvania, an analysis of the history, economics, and politics of fracking, as well as its environmental and health effects.

The Contradictions of Donald Trump

Sick of Presidential Politicians Grubbing for Votes

A Large Problem for Circuses

Surprise! Christmas Wins the Annual War, Again

The American Media: Pandering to Bias and Ignorance

Terrorism on American Soil

The Republicans’ Rhetoric of Hate and Fear

Mass Murders are Good for Business

The Devolution of Medicine: Turning Health Care Into a Business

The Boss Who Fought for the Working Class

Katrina: a 10-Year Review

Why It Doesn’t Always Pay to be a Professional

America’s Culture of Cheating: Tom Brady, the Patriots and Deflategate

The Wall Street Hustle

The Death of a Life That Mattered

America’s Morality Police

America’s Real Traitors

One Jew’s Christmas

A Fracking Good Letter

Arsenic-Laced Coffee is Good for You

Something About Mitch

Duck Dynasty v. ISIS

The Cruel Myths About Teachers

The Post Office Isn’t Dead Yet

The Fracking Prostitutes of American Colleges

Good Wife vs. Bad Congress

Slaughtering God’s Dog

The Futility of Top Ten Lists

An Injunction Against the Truth

Somebody’s Watching You

Mitch McConnell’s ‘Whack-a-Mole’ Politics

One Nation, Under Sequester

Life and Death in the Frack Zone

Fiscal Chicken

Romney and His Tax Returns

Fracking Pennsylvania, Consequences Be Damned

America’s Hyper-Patriots

The Politics of Pigeon Shoots

Trying to Find a Union-Made Minivan

Collateral Damage in the Marcellus Shale

Catching Up With the Republican Primaries

The Perils of Fracking

The Comet, the Oscars and Angelina’s Right Leg

Oscar and the Bronze Beauties

Making Sport of Our Future

The Media and the Penn State Scandal

The Nuclear Contagion

Kardashian America

Return of the Book Banners

The Mugging of SpongeBob