They just pass them on to the customer. So remember that when politicians make promises ...
It’s time people start taking responsibility for their families and not expect hardworking people or senior citizens to carry them.
Has the letter writer never heard of the Fight for $15 movement to raise the minimum wage?
Sorry, Jerry Falwell Jr.: Churchill generally told it “how it was” — “blood, toil, tears and sweat” springs to mind.
Jerry Falwell Jr. claims that voting for Donald Trump “is a vote to rebuild America’s respect overseas.”
I got a chuckle from reading about how Jerry Falwell Jr. loves all the Trumps and spoke on his behalf at the Republican convention.
The Post-Gazette admirably discharges its obligation to print diverse opinions, but Jerry Falwell Jr.’s piece did not serve readers well.
I didn’t think I could be more appalled than I was about the federal lawsuit filed by the Penn State University sorority sister recently.
Maybe the answer to high medical cost is “Medicare for All.”
In the PG’s zeal to advocate for and applaud judicial reform, it seems to have reduced the victim to a mere footnote.
Free-market economics leads to exorbitant prices for lifesaving products, a result we should find completely unacceptable.
It’s difficult to believe that the right to choose would be the moral line justifying a vote for the amoral, ignorant and dangerous Trump.
PG columnist Jack Kelly takes any every opportunity to trash the Clintons. However, he should be required to use statements that are true.
My recent visit to the Flight 93 Memorial was a time to reflect on the courageous spirit of Americans in the face of terror and danger.
For the past few days we have heard plenty from all sides about the increase in price for EpiPen.
I was stunned to learn in Peter Smith’s excellent, in-depth article last Sunday that half of Pennsylvania’s Catholics intend to vote Trump.
The vetting of Mr. Trump is paltry at best, aside from the lurid headlines.
Blame for the obviously inadequate parking facility is at least partially Amtrak’s.
Giving IV antibiotics at home helps insurance companies, not the patient, when it comes to cost.
The major parties have put forward two candidates who are both unfit for the presidency.
From this day on, we will never have a presidential candidate who will not be maligned or deemed untrustworthy by an adversary.
Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council, has helped thousands of welfare recipients to gain the skills they need to become self-sufficient.
There are other communities and businesses across the region and state leveraging the NAP tax credits to fund community development efforts.
The Post-Gazette reported last week that Uber plans to introduce driverless cars in Pittsburgh.
Democrats do not turn on their own people as we do.
Letter writer Walt Weaver states that President Barack Obama’s calling Donald Trump unfit violated tradition and common decency.
Remember the “pet rock.” Don’t assume anything, people. Vote!
Never in recent memory have there been two more maligned and mistrusted candidates for president as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Though the view is spectacular, the lack of maintenance to this area is an embarrassment to our city.
While green walls are great for marketing and branding, they are not really the most sustainable tactic.
Politicians will promise and usually succeed in increasing benefits for many who are able to work but unwilling.
I see and feel the two different worlds of our America: the political (government) and the common, everyday American (voters) of our nation.
When will the Libertarian and Green parties get their voice?
By now we’ve all seen the heartbreaking photo of the 5-year-old Syrian boy pulled from the rubble in Aleppo.
Maybe he should have contacted Hillary Clinton or Attorney General Loretta Lynch for advice on how to get classified information overlooked.
Please, Pittsburghers, be true to your old-time values and vote for anyone else
When you stack up both options, Hillary is the clear choice for women and families.
The U.S. waited until Iran had returned our citizens safely to us before returning the money under an international agreement.
I’d like to congratulate the Pennsylvania Legislature on joining a new century. (That would be the 20th.)
Let’s pass a local version of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
For a reality check, Neil Berro should talk to all of the working people Mr. Trump stiffed in Atlantic City.
Neil Berro’s piece makes obvious the convoluted thinking Trump supporters have to do to convince themselves Donald Trump is a populist.
He expresses regret after the damage has been done.
Harrisburg requests an alternative to high school graduation tests .
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will take time, cost and complexity out of trade.
A moral counterpoint to Trump’s dangerous and hateful rhetoric was the magnificent performance of the American “Final Five” female gymnasts.
I read articles almost every day on how we must install solar and wind power systems, but the economics make little sense.
Anthony Hamlet’s 90-day transition plan is a road map that values and prioritizes the needs of students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools.
One of the worst side effects of long-term opioid use is the way painkillers shut down the body’s glands, including sex glands.
Perhaps you could find it in your heart to vote for the candidate least likely to get us nuked.