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Thank goodness we have a president who is willing to accept the responsibilities of his elected office.
Can’t we have a conversation about legal and illegal immigration and find out why the government seemed to control it better then than now?
The sad but interesting fact is that Mr. Lofink was killed in an accident involving a man who police say is an illegal immigrant.
As it stands now, this organization will go into the next season with a serious question mark at a critical position.
I am pleased Brittany Maynard’s peaceful death is causing legislators nationwide to relook at right-to-die laws.
Hatred of President Barack Obama and his agenda is one of the reasons the GOP will not compromise on anything for the next two years.
It’s said that 1 percent of the people defend the other 99 percent. Thank goodness for that 1 percent.
An unjustified attack on old, white, male voters was launched in Charles M. Blow’s column.
I cannot say that I understand what she and her family went through, but I do think Brittany Maynard should have kept up the fight.
Wake up, people, indeed. There appear to be many more Eric Freins out there.
UPMC offered Anthem the opportunity to contract directly with UPMC to maintain in-network access for their members living in Western
I don’t mind sharing the walkway with bicyclists, as it is the only safe way for all of us to cross the Monongahela.
This is part of a wider political struggle to rid the “administrative state” from the burdens of constitutional constraint.
I feel fortunate to have lived my life in a marble cake-like mix of fellow Americans.
Like many others, I am losing access to UPMC facilities and physicians on Jan. 1.
There are laws in place that are supposed to punish or penalize caretakers who neglect or abuse the elderly in all settings.
Pennsylvania could become a trailblazer by adding an annual lottery in which all proceeds fund cancer research.
It was shocking to read that Sen. Pat Toomey is looking forward to a Republican agenda that includes rolling back bank regulations.
The medical devices tax apparently is not costing Americans jobs.
Editorial cartoonist Rob Rogers is like many other liberals who deflect President Obama’s acts of lawlessness to criticism of the GOP.
Many of us are getting tired of hearing people’s complaints about immigration.
We can again harbor hope that our environment will have some protection after the wanton disregard of it under our present governorship.
It is with a sad heart that we write regarding the planned changes at Our Daily Bread.
“Conflict” is not a goal, and highlighting conflicts is not an end in itself.
Will Conflict Kitchen now be adding “Blood of Innocents” to its menu?
The American Academy of Pediatrics is either ignorant of data related to breast cancer or not being transparent.
I was appalled at a display considered “artwork” and felt responsible for exposing an innocent 10-year-old to vulgar language.
An event held by Rep. Tim Murphy focused on barriers to medical innovation and potential solutions.
I challenge our schools to truly examine these standardized test results, or why bother with them?
The Pennsylvania school performance score was designed as an indicator of school quality but has had unintended consequences.
I wish I could share Larry Buckwalter’s optimism that Tom Wolf’s election as governor will enhance funding for public education.
As a news junkie, I recommend the show, which appears Friday nights.
Penn State President Eric Barron has rightly announced that he will initiate a thorough review of the Freeh report and its conclusions.
Who do I break up with … Highmark or UPMC? Why should I have to “break up” with any of these doctors?
If you have a very special primary care doctor and the bully says you can’t go there or the cost will be a lot more, then what do you do?
Jonathan Gruber, the “architect” of Obamacare, has been outed by film clips showing his tirades about the stupidity of the American public.
Overlooked in this past election was the loss of one of the best and most progressive elected officials to serve Western Pennsylvania.
On behalf of the Progressive Political Movement of Southwestern Pa., my write-in campaign sponsor, I congratulate Tim Murphy on his victory.
I moved from New York to Pa. many years ago and noticed immediately the difference in attitude about winter weather between the two states.
We were shocked and remain very upset by the crazy white-knuckle left merge at the Millvale entrance to 28.
Maybe some of these brave folks would consider running for the state Legislature next time around.
A pirate’s treasure had persuaded him to jump ship last year, but all’s forgiven now.
He made the Pirates a much better team when he was here.
Unfortunately the success of the Bucs has gone to the owners’ heads.
We stand for our essential and hard-won right to speak our minds no matter whom our words might offend.
The sheriff’s sale of the August Wilson Center offers an opportunity to examine the significance of its purchase by Pittsburgh foundations.
I was disappointed to read in the Post-Gazette that the Carnegie Science Center has not adequately addressed climate change.
However distasteful the Taliban regime in Afghanistan may have been to foreigners, it was the legitimate government until we invaded in
I would like to suggest a simple compromise concerning the taxing of drilling in Pennsylvania.
A recently released College Board report paints a distorted picture of college costs in Pennsylvania.