A Jan. 15 column (“Put Methane in its Place, Not the Atmosphere” by Brian O’Neill) calls for more unnecessary regulations that would
Reader believes there is a better way to spend that money, and in the end, there would be a better return on it, too.
Soon we will resemble the pre-industrial America of 100 years ago — wealth on top, everyone else scrambling to live.
Even if you personally trusted Trump to always behave ethically, allowing such financial conflicts is shortsighted.
Our party has lost before, but this is not about sour grapes — it’s about the damage that can be done by a vindictive, thin-skinned bully.
These people do not represent the majority of Americans, and they serve to divide the nation.
Why destroy a beautiful North Shore green space, when there is adequate room for hotel construction on the west side of the property?
President Trump would better serve the American people if he recognized he did not have the support of the majority.
The Jan. 21 column by Paul Krugman (“It’s Going to Be Terrific”) demonstrates that Mr. Krugman just doesn’t get it.
Young women, in your dilemma, do not use an organization to destroy an innocent life.
The GOP is in the process of removing the Affordable Care Act with no indication of what they will replace it with.
Recovery United Pittsburgh is fighting against the drug overdose epidemic in our communities in a unique and practical manner.
In six months, he has done more to understand and begin to improve the district’s problematic areas than past administrations combined.
Andrew Swensen’s commentary, “Art Should Hurt Sometimes” (Jan. 15 Forum), furthers the fuzzy logic of the relevancy of politics to art.
Cherisse Tompkins’ piece set the bar for musings on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday very high.
Rep. Tim Murphy’s bill and his Jan. 15 Forum commentary unfortunately conflate the link between mental illness and violence.
Free and fair elections are the bedrock of the American experiment. Lacking that, who are we really?
His fresh start started Nov. 9, the day after he was elected president. In this span of time, he has continued to lie, bully and offend.
This is a response to letter writer Susan Cohen’s vow to protest every action from our new president and his Cabinet that displeases her.
Her performance of the national anthem succinctly illustrates Mr. Trump’s presidential values of representing real Americans.
If Donald Trump wants to be treated with respect, maybe he should show the same courtesy to others.
The American people have spoken.
This march is not about sour grapes after a lost election.
Articles regarding climate change have more credibility when written by scientists and not journalists.
The Pennsylvania Health Care Plan, House Bill 1688, will be reintroduced toward the beginning of this new legislative session.
In my opinion, the presidential inauguration honors the office of the president as well as the president-elect.
Where leftism breeds, totalitarian regimes seem inevitably to follow.
Let’s see if “Make America Great Again” holds up as well as “Yes We Can.”
Matthew Burk (“Media Despicables,” Jan. 17 letters) attempts to chastise the media as undermining Trump’s qualifications for the presidency.
Locker rooms are like Las Vegas.
Antonio Brown’s immature behavior strikes again! Broadcasting the coach’s locker room talk … what was he thinking?
The American voters became so fed up with both parties that they looked outside of Washington and wanted a completely new direction.
It isn’t sour grapes. I accept that, like it or not, Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. However, I will protest.
I am embarrassed to be called a Democrat. We Democrats are acting like petulant, spoiled brats.
Four years ago, the Defense Intelligence Agency warned the White House that ISIS’s activity in Syria had created “grave danger.”
As a former conservative, I’ll be paying attention to everything this Republican tenure causes and be ready to vote appropriately in 2018.
I encourage Mr. Trump and our congressional delegation to embrace the renewable energy economy as a future source of high-paying jobs.
Elizabeth Stelle’s Jan. 16 Perspectives commentary, “A Better State Budget,” is an alarming review of Pennsylvania’s poor fiscal health.
A group of women are knitting “P” hats to wear as they demonstrate against the incoming president.
To pay him to speak via teleconference can be seen in no other terms than aiding and abetting a fugitive.
Perhaps if the media had done its job, instead of blatantly distorting the truth, then Mr. Trump might not display such utter contempt.
As long as we are uncivil toward one another, I am of the mind that America will break apart in the not-too-distant future.
I believe Nancy A. Hubley, Pittsburgh director of the Education Law Center, excluded a majority of school students in her Jan. 16 letter.
Regarding the protester who said she has had two abortions: If you undergo one abortion, should that not be your last?
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.