Proposal No. 1: Eliminate the presidential inauguration. No. 2: The first lady and son must move to White House right away.
We have to stop the finger-pointing and begin extending a helping hand and our professional expertise.
Medicaid is under considerable threat in Washington.
Exclusionary discipline practices hurt students academically by reducing instructional time and contributing to achievement gaps.
Letter writer John M. Rice’s appeal for single-payer health insurance is a textbook example of why socialism doesn’t work.
Letter writer Jim Cannon’s argument against single-payer health care creates a false impression.
The Affordable Care Act has provided affordable health care to almost 20 million people who did not previously have it.
David Millard Haskell’s use of the adjectives “conservative” and “liberal” reveal how politicized the rhetoric of some churches has become.
Aren’t you glad you voted for those who claim to have the exclusive franchise on morality and righteousness?
Vladimir Putin’s hacking of the email accounts of the DNC is eerily similar to Richard Nixon’s “dirty tricks campaign” in 1972.
Nominating Scott Pruitt to be head of the Environmental Protection Agency is like putting a fox in charge of a henhouse.
For 18-plus months we’ve been subjected to a steady diet of press and media bashing at every single Donald Trump event.
I can’t believe people got their “knickers in a twist” over several pages of horoscopes and related recipes.
It appears that the complaints were made because these people believe nothing should change, even if it may produce a better result.
There have been presidents I wasn’t fond of, but I still could respect the position. For me and my husband, this has gone out the window.
Meryl Streep said it, and I want the Post-Gazette and others media organizations to do it.
Bringing in immigrants now, to compete with laid-off workers for that part-time job at the Quickie Mart, will only exacerbate the problem.
On Jan. 20, have a technology blackout. Discover your inner self, and spend time with loved ones.
While many can agree that Obamacare is in need of reform, we should not lose sight of the goal to provide health care to all people.
It is extremely disheartening that the PG has not had a regular local film critic since the departure of Barbara Vancheri a while back.
President-elect Trump will be declaring war on America’s children if he picks Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to chair a commission on vaccines.
Both the arguments for closure and for remaining open have valid points, and both goals can be accomplished by careful downsizing.
There is no health system in any democratic society in the world that can be truly said to be a single-payer system.
To me, bicycles belong on trails, parks, playgrounds, etc.
To regain the trust of the voting public, Mr. Peduto should send a message with two basic, initial steps.
Lower prices and simpler rules are a nice step, but improving reliability is far more important.
Rep. John Conyers’ bill — HR 676, Expanded and Improved Medicare for All — can get the U.S. on par with most other industrialized nations.
Something is terribly wrong with this picture. If there was ever an argument for immigration overhaul, this is it.
The real sources of church growth are not tied to theological positions; growth comes when a church has a faithful vision for the future.
The article on Mr. Tull’s new farm in Washington County was a story of compassion
Shame on the voters for not getting past the last sound bite.
The law is a job killer — lie. The ACA kept open hundreds of private hospitals, which would have closed, open through Medicare expansion.
Freedom and quality of life are bipartisan issues.
He isn’t getting the praise he so richly deserves for restoring the economy from the mess he inherited or helping millions get insurance.
Where in the world is Donald Trump getting these Cabinet people?
When I read “Eat, Drink and Thank Your Lucky Stars” (Jan. 4), right away I thought, wow, the PG must be out of ideas.
I saw last week that there will now be yet another closure of northbound traffic until Jan. 31.
In “Mind the Founders” (Jan. 1), the Post-Gazette editorial board argued that the U.S. should keep the Electoral College.
Jim Roddey argues that Pittsburgh’s new riverfront zoning ordinance promotes recreational uses at the expense of industrial growth.
Thank you, David Shribman, for your ongoing analysis of the American political scene, during the election campaign and since.
No other country uses this system. Why? Let the candidate with the most votes win. That’s called fairness.
I have worked either as a judge of elections or an elected state constable. We can improve the system.
A district here or there that has been corrupted, but large-scale voting corruption is almost impossible.
When he says “various computer scientists” disagree with him, one could infer these are isolated dissenters we can easily ignore.
How about intelligent and progressive choices that accept the realities of the 21st century?
Be vigilant, be informed and become involved in our government by voting every election, every year!
These are classic KGB tactics to undermine the sovereignty of the United States.
Brian O’Neill’s Jan. 5 column highlighted what is special about Pittsburgh — the long respect for higher education.
The Obama administration will always be credited with the first attempt at providing millions of uninsured Americans with health insurance.
The next four years should be really interesting.