Get rid of all this campaigning nonsense.
Political candidates have a way of framing their promises without talking about the feasibility of putting them in place.
This is in response to the May 26 letter by Cathy Dettore of Edgewood (“Bill Clinton Isn’t Running for Office, Mr. Trump”).
Congratulations to Dennis Hastert, Bob Livingston and Newt Gingrich for their dazzling displays of fake virtue.
A May 23 letter proposed that the Republican and Democratic parties both could split, giving the voters a choice among four parties.
I read with great interest the article on the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s decision to restructure its annual fundraising event.
They wouldn’t be worrying about re-election and wouldn’t be playing “follow the leader” for a person who knows nothing about foreign policy.
He is discouraged. I am discouraged.
Living organ donors today experience higher premiums or denial of insurance coverage based solely on their status as a donor.
The Wal-Mart issue is just a symptom of voter discontent caused by lack of transparency, poor communication and years of council cronyism.
Prioritizing “inevitable” teacher layoffs is not the way to growth; investing in education is.
The history of the United States is populated with the leaders who’ve occasionally disobeyed rules but acted in the collective interest.
They could post their actions through social media to keep voters informed. I would welcome that type of email.
Manufacturers have serious concerns related to the long-term implications of pharmaceutical pricing transparency proposals.
The case for letting in more of Syria’s displaced refugees is both a moral and strategic one.
Teacher evaluations already have consequences, so why would we need HB 805?
The current teacher layoff system may not be perfect, but the Republican-proposed merit system relying on evaluations is not the answer.
Why doesn’t anyone complain about noise pollution? It is the great neglected problem of our time.
Our species sadly has not been wired to be kind and gentle. Evil, unimaginable cruelty and constant perpetual violence permeate our record.
We commend the PG for the series “Overdosed” focusing attention on the misuse of opioid pain medication.
The answers we seek lie within ourselves, and not while kneeling over a church pew.
On Mother’s Day, I made my drive to the city of Duquesne to visit the grave of my parents at the old Holy Name Cemetery.
Mr. Quigley was not “overregulating” the oil and gas industry; he was simply enforcing the present rules that protect our air and water.
Where is the remaining money?
These poor animals live a terrible life, and when the circus is done with them, who knows where they end up?
Don’t these same laws protect all animals?
Will we forget the truth and elect Donald Trump, a lying con man, and pay an even higher price?
Food labels should provide information that helps consumers make healthier food choices.
Anyone who votes for Jill Stein for president will not have to hold his or her nose.
How does anything Bill Clinton did more than two decades ago impact or have anything to do with what Donald Trump will do for America now?
She is passing on this tradition to her three sons to fulfill a lasting legacy.
How about not having your street paved in 52 years? Or a sinking sewer grate not repaired in 64 years?
Pennsylvania’s charitable food programs are being squeezed by higher demand for services, higher food prices and stagnant state funding.
I hope the new superintendent will explore the possible implementation of a new Community Schools model.
We have called Verizon more than a half-dozen times, logging more than five hours dealing with the strike replacements.
We are calming fear of the unknown so that when faced with important decisions, students will have a greater confidence about their future.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service developed a program of peer-led refugee/immigrant support groups in the participants’ own language.
President Obama said he is “fully lifting the ban on the sale of military equipment” to Vietnam.
Donald Trump has proposed some stupendously simple-minded solutions for many of America’s problems.
I doubt that much will significantly change with the election of a new president, whether it be Hillary, Bernie, Donald or whoever else.
In the past, we were told to come together and support the party after the primary election process ended. This model is eroding.
The North Shore Connector will hopefully lead to the undertaking of further expansion of public transit projects throughout the region.
At a hearing about an Oakland project, we felt that our verbal testimony was not welcome and our concerns were not taken seriously.
Hard choices here, and a pox upon both parties for their unfortunate candidate choices.
I have no intention of voting for Donald Trump; however, as a teacher, I have two lessons I would like to share with him.
In reference to Jim Galbraith’s May 12 letter (“Conservatives Cultivated Disastrous Trump”): Right on, Mr. Galbraith!
I’d rather they did away with our property taxes, or provide free medical care for the limited years we have left.
Is it time to give up the traditional two-party system (Democrat/Republican)?
Regarding Medicaid, as a country, we need serious discussion of what the law should permit.
I am writing to comment on “Down on the (Fracking) Farm,” by Jeffrey Condran, a review of the novel “Heat & Light” by Jennifer Haigh.