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Shows featuring Will Bunch

  • Under Fire over Earmarks & Spending Record, Rick Santorum Seen as D.C. Insider, Culture Warrior Splash_image20120223-11243-91dzwe-0
    Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum repeatedly came under criticism at Wednesday’s debate over his voting record in Washington. We speak to Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Daily News, author of the recent article, "A Pennsylvanian’s Guide to the Rick Santorum You Don’t Know." "There’s...
    February 23, 2012 | Story
  • Republicans Debate in Arizona as GOP Faces Backlash in State over Extremist, Anti-Immigrant Policies Splash_image20120223-11243-1p6w6fb-0
    With Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in the audience, leading Republican candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum praised Arizona’s crackdown on immigration during a debate on Wednesday night. Romney vowed to drop the Obama administration’s immigration lawsuits against the state of Arizona on the first day of...
    February 23, 2012 | Story
  • Santorum’s Emergence Signals Divided GOP Base While Paul Gains from Dems’ Disenchantment with Obama Santorum
    Many Iowans from both sides of the political aisle say they voted largely out of protest to the available field of leading candidates in Tuesday’s caucuses rather than having a candidate they strongly support. Former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum secured second place in the state’s Republican caucus with a...
    January 04, 2012 | Story
  • Final Primaries Held Before November Midterms, Tea Party Gains Ground in GOP Odonnell_web
    The final primaries before the November elections were held Tuesday in seven states and the District of Columbia. In Delaware, tea party-backed candidate Christine O’Donnell scored an upset by winning the Republican Senate nomination. In New York, tea party-backed Republican candidate Carl Paladino beat former Rep. Rick...
    September 15, 2010 | Story
  • In "Mini-Super Tuesday" Primaries, Defeats for Party Establishments on Both Sides of the Aisle Minisupertuesday
    For Democrats, thirty-year Senate veteran Arlen Specter lost his bid for reelection in Pennsylvania, while Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln now faces a runoff vote against Lieutenant Governor Bill Halter. In Kentucky, Tea Party candidate Rand Paul easily beat Secretary of State Trey Grayson in the state’s Republican...
    May 19, 2010 | Story
  • Philadelphia Inquirer Hires Torture Memo Author John Yoo to Write Column John-yooweb
    The letters to the editorial page of the Philadelphia Inquirer are on fire. People are writing in, overwhelmingly opposed to the newspaper’s hiring of John Yoo as a columnist, the former Justice Department lawyer who helped write what’s come to be known as the torture memo that claimed the treatment of prisoners amounted to torture only if it caused the same level of pain as “organ...
    May 18, 2009 | Story
  • Clinton Beats Obama by Ten Points in PA Primary Clintonpaper
    Senator Hillary Clinton has won the Pennsylvania primary, beating Senator Barack Obama by ten percentage points. Clinton received 55 percent of the vote, Obama had 45 percent. Pennsylvania was seen as a must-win state for Clinton. We get analysis of the results with Will Bunch, senior writer at the Philadelphia Daily News. [includes rush transcript]
    April 23, 2008 | Story