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The fossil fuel industry should embrace renewable energies and include them, not campaign so heavily against them.
I have five natural gas wells on my property, all safely drilled and “fracked.”
It clearly defines the difference between shopping and celebrating Christmas.
Decisions had to be made comparing the costs of using enhanced interrogation with the risks of another major terrorist attack.
What do marijuana and derivatives sold by banks have to do with the federal budget?
Or at least require schools to fully insure their football playing students
A little bit of carrot and a little bit of stick and maybe employers can nudge workers to be healthier.
As a retired probation/parole officer, I read the Dec. 10 David Brooks column “Cops See a Threatening World” with great interest.
Require bike riders to take training to ride safely and adhere to the rules of the road. They should also pay for using the roads.
How absurd is it to have a single vote to appropriate $1.1 trillion in spending? No one could possibly grasp what is in that bill.
The shortage is about to get worse. Starting in January, more than 500,000 Pennsylvanians will be eligible for Medicaid through Healthy PA.
Nine of the top 10 “takers” are Republican-controlled states. Yet they attempt to eliminate unions, suppress the minimum wage, etc.
In these cases, there is a pattern of extreme brutality and the scales are tipping toward injustice.
WQED-FM is a vital resource for all of the classical music organizations, both professional and amateur, in Western Pennsylvania.
I changed to UPMC so I could keep the hospitals near my home. Guess what? I don’t get to keep my excellent Allegheny Health Network doctor.
It is a multibillion-dollar global corporation masquerading as a nonprofit.
The problem is nobody cares about communities like ours with large numbers of low-income individuals, families and elderly.
This busy holiday season, things will be a little calmer if you just turn off Fox “News.”
When I arrived in Welland, Ontario, Canada from Scotland in April 1955, my strappy, high heels sank into a foot of snow.
Justice arrives at a painfully slow pace, but on this issue it has arrived.
Imagine the boost to the city if Pittsburgh became known nationally for low-cost, or even free, parking.
The increase in parking revenue will be realized by the city, as will the decrease in business.
George F. Will’s recent column unfairly classifies the Safe Routes to School Program as a wasteful use of federal funds.
The issue is that these people are not being paid for extra time for security checks after their shift is over.
I commend the PG editorial board on recognizing the value of Affordable Care Act-compliant corporate wellness programs.
Local health care providers state in their ads that people should choose a plan that fits their needs. I chose and they took it away.
When you next visit Heinz Field, you might notice the “Gen. Michael V. Hayden Blvd.” sign on North Shore Drive facing the science center.
Would I trade the cold weather for shining suns and rising temperatures if it meant a threat to society? Absolutely not.
What is described in the Senate report was a program where members of the CIA did unspeakable things, in many cases to innocent people.
Good luck to all of the Baldwin homeowners who are trying to sell their homes. No bus service? No deal!
After being in a near collision, I feel compelled to inform drivers of two important facts about headlights.
The nicest guy I know, Post-Gazette columnist Reg Henry, is retiring from Pittsburgh’s premier newspaper.
Let us salute Reg Henry for giving to us days of joy and laughter as we pondered his words.
About 85 percent of Pennsylvania businesses employ fewer than 50 people and nearly 90 percent employ under 100.
In his piece, Bruce Barron threatens a culture war if “traditionalists” are not permitted to discriminate against the LGBT community.
The oped piece was a sad, but transparent, attempt to find a socially acceptable way to continue discrimination against the LGBT community.
The oped author advocates that LGBT people “extend an olive branch” when businesses refuse them service.
As usual with his columns, bombast exceeds factual content.
Her proposed legislation would penalize dog owners for keeping their pet(s) outdoors for long periods in extreme hot/cold weather.
I believe that real estate should be the principal revenue source for all levels of government.
President Barack Obama has proposed that all law enforcement officers in America wear body cameras.
Here’s a short note to the fast-food employees who say they are not paid well enough.
I read with interest The Pittsburgh Press article “Pitt Officials in Line for Raises.”
This is for those who oppose the protesters of the recent grand jury decisions in Missouri and New York City.
It is a common joke that any Department of Motor Vehicles is the consumer’s version of hell on earth.
Kathleen Ganster’s feature story “2 Teens Reach $25,000 Goal for Animal Friends Shelter” will remain with me for many years to come.
The Post-Gazette allowed Michael T. Klare to vilify every aspect of fossil fuels and blame the Republican Party.
I am a resident of Baldwin Borough, which has no public transit service. We have been trying since May to get the Port Authority to help us.
To Georgia Stringert’s letter (“Illegals’ Demands”): I would like to express my sympathy for the severe hardship that she must endure.
Local residents appreciate the snowy owl — your recent reporting included a picture of Fleury, a snowy owl at the National Aviary.