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.

Sex, Lies and Family Values

Sports Afoul

The Rightwing Language Police

Compromising Civil Liberties

Killing Americans with Secrecy

In Praise of Bob Barr

Bush’s Horse Killers

Hollywood’s Patriots

Bush and Tsunamis

Hillbilly Humvees and Rumsfeld’s New Physics

On the (Far) Right Hand of God

Gag the Public!

The Truth of Joseph Goebbels

Applauding Only the Right Entertainers

The Day I Was Asked to Feed an Elephant

There are No Halftime Shows in War

Facing a McBlimp Attack

An American Frog Fable

Schwarenegger, Hollywood and the Rigtheous Right

The Pretend Captain

Down on Our Knees

American’s are Liars

The Shock and Awe of American Ignorance

High Noon in the Desert

Bush and the Constitution

A Lott of Questions


Stupid Decisions

Scoring the US / Iraq War

Leafing Through the Bush Legacy

The Patriot Act and Bookstores

Sin Tax Scam

The Pledge of Allegiance v. the Constitution

Bush, the Compassionate Exerciser?

Crumpling the Constitution

Oil Slick George and the Environment

The Patriot Act and Free Speech

Synergizing America

Enron at the White House

Exit Cheney, Enter Ridge?

Exit Cheney, Enter Ridge?