PG readers should listen to or read Hillary Clinton’s Women in the World Summit speech to learn the full context of her views.
Clear away the rhetorical smoke of the campaign, look at the candidates’ actions, and the choice should be clear.
I am 7 years old. I think grown-ups should vote for the ones supporting nature.
Maybe it is time to review the ordeal imposed upon the new, potential concert attendee.
The PSO needs to expand the types of music and the variety of concerts and market to younger generations.
Pushing emotional hot buttons to elicit responses are really only platitudes and pompous declarations.
The media have attempted to tear Trump’s life into shreds.
Why are we always focusing on the behavior of the police and not on the behavior of the people who are allegedly breaking the law?
Stop fighting against the very musicians who make the Pittsburgh Symphony the world-class orchestra it is today.
I believe the media are failing the American people by reporting only on the candidates of the two major parties.
The things he has said are unbefitting of someone who wants to be president.
I am not voting for my pastor but for my president.
When he attacks those who disagree with him using cruel and juvenile insults, he is sending a dangerous message to America’s children.
American steel-makers have been forced to lay off nearly 16,000 workers since January 2015, due to a surge in dumped and subsidized imports.
I urge the State System of Higher Education to treat our professors as the treasure they are and negotiate in good faith.
Children who are aborted have zero chance to reach their God-given potential, and Ms. Clinton knows that.
So much of what Donald Trump and Mike Pence stand for is completely contrary to Catholic social teaching.
A presidential candidate now feels free to make racist remarks hidden in condescending speeches to black voters.
This crucially important issue has not even been raised by the moderators.
The island nation needs year-round support building its infrastructure and enhancing its public services.
Clearly, the young people in the store accepted that cacophonous environment as “normal.”
Now we find out that Mr. Trump is smart for not paying taxes while we’re fighting two wars?
If you vote for the Democrat, you will be voting to continue the status quo. If you vote for the Republican, you will be voting to change.
I would rather watch a commercial for soap or dog food. At least the advertisers say what their products will do.
And don’t get me started on Pennsylvania being among a handful of states without a paper trail to back up electronic voting.
Better fuel efficiency is one of the best tools we have to fight climate change in the present and protect public health.
Ruth Ann Dailey’s comparison of Ms. Clinton to Donald Trump — “Have there ever been two worse candidates?” — was wrong and outrageous.
The reality is, the IRS owed Mr. Trump a significant amount of money upon accepting his 1995 return.
Visit one of Mr. Palmer’s local creations, the Treesdale Golf and Country Club, essentially a 200-plus-acre wildlife refuge.
We have seen little or no attempt by management to involve the community in raising money to reduce the deficit.
It is nonsense to say that we can get by with a small government. We need a government that is big enough to do what is best for our people.
Sometimes we take for granted all the positive things in our lives and get muddled under silly things.
At Walter Reed, she showed our troops respect and warmth. Her efforts helped deliver quality care to Fort Drum in a challenging situation.
Step into that voting booth on Nov. 8, forget the ads and remember the real issues confronting our country.
Donald Trump has disqualified himself to take the oath of office for president to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.
To fill the pews, my church, the Roman Catholic Church, needs to think outside of the box — the confessional box!
I am not reassured by FBI Director James Comey’s statement about the integrity of our electoral system.
The printed press remains silent, with the Clinton campaign retreating into the conspiratorial bunker.
In 2000, a number of people voted for Ralph Nader, which gave us George W. Bush, who gave us the Iraq War.
For everyone who is accusing Hillary Clinton of being a liar and being untrustworthy, refresh your memory.
Politics and religion seldom are a good mix. In any election there is enough religious hypocrisy to go around.
Apparently Donald Trump is under the illusion that Bill Clinton is running for a third term.
The voters who support Donald Trump don’t care that he is not a saint or holier-than-thou person.
Instead of expressing heartfelt contrition for his explicitly sexual remarks, Donald Trump deflected criticism to Bill Clinton.
Do stock buybacks result in a greater competitive edge increasing sales and profit?
The town hall meeting was to address audience questions and concerns; that was clearly not achieved.
Somehow he knows Ms. Clinton didn’t take the American deaths at Benghazi “personally,” even though there’s no evidence that she didn’t.
It might have been nice to have a contest or public forum to select a name with a little more pizzazz and magic for the Penguins’ arena.
Who in their right mind would be asking these concessions of the best and brightest of Pittsburgh’s musical culture?
How odd that they always tell us that our veterans fought and died to preserve our rights, and in the very next sentence tell us to shut up.