An old newspaper gives a snapshot of the city nearly two centuries ago.
By Thom Nickels
Reporters can’t cut deals with the Fetterman campaign, and not include the details of those arrangements when it comes to the candidate’s health.
By The Editors
While other elected officials feel themselves unaccountable to press requests, Philly Mayor Jim Kenney leads an office that regularly replies on time, even to controversial issues. In our city, that deserves some praise.
By Albert Eisenberg
The Inquirer has no problem calling Trump a liar, but is silent about its own participation in the Russia conspiracy theory.
By Wally Nunn
“The holier-than-thou hypocrisy of big media companies who lay claim to the truth, but publish only enough to sugarcoat the lie, is why the public no longer respects them.”
By Wally Nunn
The Supreme Court has ruled that it’s not constitutional for legislators to regulate outside political spending. Our answer is very simple: Let’s make it constitutional.
By David Black
A veteran Philadelphia columnist reflects on when everything changed for her — and why she supports Broad + Liberty, which supports her.
By Christine Flowers
Today, September 17th, 2020, Broad + Liberty celebrates its first birthday. As we reflect upon the last year of offering perspectives that are increasingly completely shut out by other outlets, and on fighting for political, cultural, and economic freedom in local – under rather dire circumstances – we keep coming back to […]