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.

Iowa’s Toxic Killing Fields

Tea and Snake Oil

Personalizing the Debt Limit

Moses’s Candidate

The Change Deficit

The Villification of Smokers

Sarah’s Magical Mystery Tour

Bin Laden and the Mass Media

Pigeon Shoots in the Quaker State

Tax-Deductible Invasions

President MIA

Lies and Truth in Wisconsin

Supreme Ironies in Wisconsin

Obama and the Patriot Act

The Sled Dog Killer

Frat Boys and Naval Officers

Fairness and the Bristol Stomp

Love and Loss Among the Wild Horses

Hunting for Courageous Legislators

The South Learned; Arizona Hasn’t

Exploiting Low-Paid Workers at a Vo-Tech School

Giving the Homeless the Cold Shoulder

The Courage of Michael Vick

Law & Order in Pennsylvania

Rush to Judgment on Terror Trials

"This is Jenna Bush Reporting … "

An Extension of Her Motherhood

The Origins of Labor Day

The Marie Antoinettes of Health Care

Tarnished Shields

The Got Away With Murder in a Pennsylvania Coal Town

Cheney’s Magical Mystery Media Tour

The Resurrection of Intolerance

Dog Mutilations vs. Cosmetics

Taxing a House of Cards

The Rocket’s Red Glare–May be Chinese

Politics and Animal Cruelty in Pennsylvania

People Who Don’t Need People

Political Log Rolling in Clinton County, PA

It’s a Welfare State … If You’re Rich

Bush on Safari

Change and the Establishment

A Real Halloween Scare

When Compassion Fails

The News Drones

Empty Rhetoric from Congress

Up and Down the Bush Philosophy

Treason in the White House?

The Witch Hunt Against Gays in the Military

A Dream Still Unfulfilled