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October 4, 2012 | BY WILL BUNCH, Daily News Staff Writer
IT WAS A bad night for a slightly-above-comatose President Obama and befuddled debate moderator Jim Lehrer, and a good night for a caffeinated Mitt Romney, but the biggest loser of the first presidential debate in Denver on Wednesday night was clear: The American people. An deeply divided electorate that craved simple and direct talk on how the 2012 White House rivals will help create jobs or reform health care instead got long, rambling and sometimes hard-to-follow riffs that did, at times, show stark differences between the candidates on issues from taxes to Medicare but lacked kitchen-table directness.
SPORTS
August 21, 2012 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer
DID YOU HEAR the one about Kobe Bryant scoring 68 on a bunch of Chinese guys? Recently, Bryant, as he has done on many occasions, visited China, where he is that nation's most adored basketball player. He was hanging around the gym at what is billed as the Sprite China Second Annual Charity Basketball Game in Shanghai and, with his team facing a 29-point halftime deficit, decided to suit up and play against a bunch of players who probably could be beaten by the faculty at Lower Merion High School.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 19, 2012 | By Catherine Laughlin and FOR THE INQUIRER
Never mind the scorching heat blanketing Atlantic City on this Saturday night. The real inferno was inside the Tropicana Casino's Planet Rose. Strippers were grinding, pumping, and pounding to the pulsating music. Bottles of booze were being guzzled, as dollar bills were stuffed into waistbands. Whistling and whooping, the crowd was on fire. A bunch of guffawing guys having their way? Hardly. Just girls gone wild, getting down-and-dirty, and lusting after the men in the SavageMania exotic male dancer show.
NEWS
April 27, 2012 | By Virginia A. Smith, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sandy Paul is growing 14 varieties of tomatoes, 75 plants in all, in the basement of her 19th-century Burlington County farmhouse. "My jungle garden," she calls it. Actually, until very recently when she gave some away, Paul had 100 tomato seedlings down there, along with dozens of peppers and eggplants. But make no mistake: In Paul's house, as in most American gardens, tomatoes rule. Her favorite — one of them, anyway — is Cherokee Purple, a dense American Indian heirloom with smooth skin, rosy flesh, and funky green "shoulders.
NEWS
January 19, 2012
WHO IS paying Will Bunch's salary - the Democratic National Committee? I just read another of his inaccurate and heavily biased polemics. The target was Mitt Romney. Bunch cherry-picked the quote to purposely smear Romney. The full and unobjectionable quote was: "You know, if someone doesn't give me the good service, then I want to say, 'I'm going to get someone else to provide that service to me.' " Surely, only a desperate Democratic demagogue like Bunch would stoop to twisting that, right?
NEWS
January 16, 2012 | BY CHRIS BRENNAN, brennac@phillynews.com 215-854-5973
BOB BRADY, member of the U.S. House and chairman of the Democratic City Committee, says he was making the best of a situation over which he had little control. It turned out well for Brady. The state General Assembly redraws the lines for state and federal legislative districts every 10 years, based on the latest census. With Republicans in control of both houses of the General Assembly and the governor's office, many Democrats felt pushed around in the remapping approved last month.
SPORTS
November 9, 2011 | by Les Bowen, bowenl@phillynews.com
ANDY REID was asked yesterday if his team is "soft. " "No," Reid expounded. Funny, Reid's Eagles sure seemed like a prime target for a good squeezing from Mr. Whipple through most of Monday night's 30-24 loss to the bigger, more physical Chicago Bears. What is a team that has led in the fourth quarter of seven of its eight games, yet sits at 3-5 midway through its season, if not soft? I was trying to make deadline, tapping away at the keyboard through the fourth quarter, so maybe I missed it, but did you see anybody draw a line in the spongy, sandy Linc turf, offensively or defensively?
FOOD
July 28, 2011 | By Ashley Primis, Inquirer Staff Writer
Basil is officially inescapable. It's exploding in my garden. Neighbors are leaving their surplus on my stoop. Huge bouquets, from local farms, are front and center when I shop at Whole Foods. And when life hands me basil? I make pesto. The garlicky, herby sauce pretty much pairs with everything (watch your back, ketchup), which is why I like to plow through my bounty by blending up a batch of pesto, and then getting creative in the kitchen. Here, with my Garden Fresh Pesto recipe, you can effortlessly pull together a complete and elegant meal, add zip to a healthy weeknight dinner, and spruce up a side so it becomes the star.
NEWS
June 30, 2011 | By Daniel Rubin, Inquirer Columnist
I hadn't found myself sitting on my hands at Citizens Bank Park since the last time I watched the Phillies play the Red Sox. That was midseason 2008, although it feels like a century ago. Bostonians arrived then as two-time champs. Philadelphians were still losers. I felt like relinquishing my citizenship in Red Sox Nation. The Boston bandwagon stayed in full throat, shouting down the locals with their "Let's go, Red Sox" chants and candy-colored caps. Their hubris was not easy to sit through, even if you happened to have grown up in Massachusetts and rooted for the Sawks since the days of Dick Stuart, a.k.a.
NEWS
May 11, 2011
RE WILL Bunch's column on enhanced interrogation: Even CIA director Leon Panetta, hardly a right-winger, has said this helped capture bin Laden. Why is the left so opposed to anything that will help save American lives? You think it's immoral to use this method, but if we didn't use it and American lives were lost unnecessarily, that would be immoral! Another question: Are you a news writer or an opinion columnist? News writers report the news! They don't put their opinions in the news section.
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