Reality Check: Who cares about bullying in Philly?

WURD’s afternoon host calls on the school district to heed the call for better anti-bullying practices—before it’s too late

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Riding SEPTA While Elderly

WURD’s afternoon host admonishes the transit agency and City Council for their attitude to Philly’s seniors

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: How Do We Pay for Local Control of the Schools?

With the SRC disbanding, WURD’s afternoon host offers two ideas to avoid raising taxes

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Who Really Won This Election?

As WURD’s afternoon host notes, it wasn’t voters, despite our celebration of 20 percent turnout

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Another “for the kids” tax?

WURD’s afternoon host warns of the possible consequences of local school board control: More taxes on the poor

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: How does the Parking Authority spend its revenue?

Not on the schools, that’s for sure. WURD’s afternoon host calls for a PPA reckoning

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Four Reasons Krasner May Lose the DA’s Race

WURD’s afternoon host says the progressive candidate makes too many assumptions about Philly voters—perhaps to his peril

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Are guns the new tobacco?

Rep. Dwight Evans tells WURD’s afternoon host that the states’ settlement with Big Tobacco should be the model for a war on guns

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: Go Vote, Please!

WURD’s afternoon host urges anyone who cares about Philly to do more than register. It’s voting that matters

By Charles D. Ellison

Reality Check: The Real Parking Wars

WURD’s afternoon host on how the PPA punishes Philly’s poor

By Charles D. Ellison