Will is the national columnist — with some strong opinions about what's happening in America around social injustice, income inequality and the government.

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Absolute pardon power for a corrupt narcissist like Trump was a giant goof. How can we fix it? | Will Bunch

The Founders saw pardons as a tool of mercy, not a get-out-of-jail-free card for a president's friends and family. Can we fixed what Trump has broken?

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Could a coup plotter become Pa. governor?

State senator wages war on democracy, carries COVID to the White House, and becomes a ‘22 frontrunner.

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From Terre Haute to Tehran to your grandma, Trumpism is revealed as a death cult in the end | Will Bunch

Executions, assassinations, ignoring the coronavirus: Why do Trump's final days resemble a montage from The Godfather movies?

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Biden’s Cabinet is ‘delightfully boring.’ Can reality-TV-addled America deal with it? | Will Bunch

America is seeing the start of something it's not used to: A White House that's experienced, qualified ... and boring. Could Biden's ploy work?

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Biden’s baffling pick on climate change

Biden’s baffling pick on climate change.

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Trump, GOP’s ridiculous, flailing coup isn’t a joke. It’s a crime. There must be consequences | Will Bunch

Trump's push to overturn his election defeat is laughably bad, but it's no joke. We need to make it clear that assaulting democracy is a crime.

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How canceling student debt became the first political minefield of the Joe Biden era | Will Bunch

The left calls it a blow against inequality, unfairness. The right calls it a sop to elites who elected Biden. Inside the coming war over student debt.

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How Trump became all of America’s Frank Rizzo | Will Bunch Newsletter

Trump on the 'Big Bambino’ track to become media star, perpetual candidate.

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A less-racist brand of Trump populism could bring a GOP dynasty unless Dems do something | Will Bunch

The GOP's growing lock on the American working class under Trump spread in 2020 to Latine and even Black voters. Are future Democrats doomed?

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How Georgia’s women of color beat voter suppression and saved democracy | Will Bunch

Georgia's had the worst voter suppression in America, so Black and brown women went to work. What can the rest of America learn?