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The quackery behind Trump’s COVID-19 fantasies | Will Bunch Newsletter

When America needs another Dr. Jonas Salk on coronavirus, Trump finds another Theranos.
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The quackery behind Trump’s COVID-19 fantasies | Will Bunch Newsletter

When America needs another Dr. Jonas Salk on coronavirus, Trump finds another Theranos.

Opinion

Was fired State Department Inspector General about to blow open the defining scandal of Trump’s presidency? | Will Bunch

Trump's massive kowtow to the Saudis has proven deadly. Was Steve Linick fired as inspector general at the State Department because he was about to expose a president's darkest secrets?
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Was fired State Department Inspector General about to blow open the defining scandal of Trump’s presidency? | Will Bunch

Trump's massive kowtow to the Saudis has proven deadly. Was Steve Linick fired as inspector general at the State Department because he was about to expose a president's darkest secrets?

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A Bill Gates coronavirus thing to worry about | Will Bunch Newsletter

A Bill Gates ‘cure’ for schools post-coronavirus is already causing a bad reaction.
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A Bill Gates coronavirus thing to worry about | Will Bunch Newsletter

A Bill Gates ‘cure’ for schools post-coronavirus is already causing a bad reaction.
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Native Americans wage war against new virus and a 400-year disease of bias, ignorance | Will Bunch

As a virus ravages other tribes, South Dakota's Native Americans make a stand to protect their people. Sadly, we've been here before.

Why right-wingers are waging the war of ’1619’ | Will Bunch Newsletter

Why conservatives fear truth on America's racial history, plus the OTHER 1970 campus killing and a new film takes on capitalism.

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America can’t avoid a Great Depression II because we’re hard-wired to cheat the working class | Will Bunch

U.S. capitalism is so rigged to help corporations, billionaires that we can't get money to the working-class -- a slow-motion disaster.

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Meat crisis undoes lesson of classic 1906 novel | Will Bunch Newsletter

A deadly crisis in meat plants undoes the lessons of Sinclair's The Jungle, plus your ideas on national service.

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On the 50th anniversary, America’s still not fully recovered from the wounds of Kent State | Will Bunch

The May 4, 1970, killing of 4 students in Ohio, ended the '60s and our idealism about college, and -- arguably -- America itself.

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A radical idea for bridging America’s divide | Will Bunch Newsletter

Could mandatory national service bring America together?

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Pennsylvania bet its economic future on fracking, plastics. Was it all a giant scam? | Will Bunch

Global energy prices have crashed, fracking has never made money, and plastics is another con job. Will Pa.'s leaders get the memo?

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What’s lost since Philly’s amazing 1970 Earth Week | Will Bunch Newsletter

50th anniversary of an iconic Philly moment, plus a great new podcast, memories of 1970, and more

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Destroy the Post Office and you destroy democracy. Maybe that’s Trump’s plan? | Will Bunch

The Post Office is always critical but — to ensure mail-in voting — never more so than 2020. We must pressure the GOP to save it.

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Toxic air, racism and a virus: A deadly mix | Will Bunch Newsletter

In a mostly black, heavily polluted La. parish, folks are dying as fast as in NYC.

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Trump’s utter lack of grief, empathy is the coronavirus dog that didn’t bark | Will Bunch

The president's most outrageous response to the coronavirus crisis are the ones he refuses to have: Any expression of grief or empathy. Why that matters.

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In Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary, Republicans will literally kill you to win an election | Will Bunch

A political outrage in Wisconsin is the culmination of a decades-long GOP assault on democracy, and a plea for radical reform in November.

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No, President Trump, you can’t bomb a virus. We need expertise and empathy – not a war | Will Bunch

America doesn't need "a war president" trying to sound like Winston Churchill. In fact, too much militarism and too little expertise is how we got here.

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