Steve Bannon’s comments about “the deconstruction of the administrative state” reveal the true end goal of the Trump administration.
President Donald Trump has labeled the media an “enemy of the American people.”
I’m afraid we will have an ample supply of partisan rhetoric before we see any positive accomplishments — that is, if any are forthcoming.
Larger municipalities, like Hempfield, with 42,000 people, should be forced to fund their own police force.
Ruth Ann Dailey requires a refresher of the Constitution and the 14th Amendment, guaranteeing equal protection under the law.
No tax returns, no divestment from his businesses and no clarity on his Russian relationships.
Mr. Trump’s promises don’t add up. Yet, unfortunately for us, they might amount to a whole lot more than the number of votes he got.
That crime was a logical result of the hate-mongering President Donald Trump and his people have done.
With the appointment of Scott Pruitt to EPA, there is renewed urgency to hold state officials accountable for protecting our environment.
If Donald Trump wants a wall at the Mexican border, let him pay for it out of his supposedly huge fortune.
I’d like to know his reasons for voting to support making the purchasing of guns easier for severely mentally ill people.
We, the people, have a very long attention span. Do your jobs, lawmakers, and listen.
I read with dismay the article “Arts Groups Organizing to Oppose Funding Cuts.” The current administration has the arts in its crosshairs.
Let’s have serious conversations about what is desirable, affordable and prudent about health care delivery and financing.
Now that Congress is salivating about gutting the Affordable Care Act, Republicans suddenly “have a plan” after eight years without one.
If our government will not negotiate on behalf of the public, private industry dictates our choices — and you will pay the maximum.
“Pass the Popcorn: A New Movie Theater Would Boost Downtown” (Feb. 12 editorial) brought back memories of many years ago.
U.S. Reps. Rothfus, Kelly and Shuster have given us a vague proposal, “alternative facts” and misleading statistics.
Do we really need to bring back coal? It’s an industry not only unsafe for the planet but especially unsafe for the miners.
It is clear that, with the Trump administration, we are living in the world of “doublespeak.”
The state Environmental Hearing Board rejected the sound and scientifically based permitting decision by DEP.
Is party loyalty more important than a sense of responsibility to the nation?
If we aren’t afraid, why is Tim Murphy?
Sen. Pat Toomey has not scheduled any public meetings during this recess.
It appears to me that Sen. Pat Toomey and U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy are frightened of their constituents.
Donald Trump has not mentioned paying down any debts since taking office.
Donald Trump diminishes all those individuals who do not buy into his alternative reality.
Forced, publicly funded treatment will be a sad waste of taxpayer money.
I was heartened to read about the Khalof family in Sunday’s Post-Gazette (“Syrian Family Begins Journey to New Life in Pittsburgh,”). For
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has a great green plan for the city to follow. Alcosan now has the regional program called GROW
The real problem with Donald Trump is nowhere more clearly illustrated than in his repeated false assertion that the American murder rate
We were very disappointed in the “Relief From Obamacare” piece by U.S. Reps. Keith Rothfus, Mike Kelly and Bill Shuster.
If Sen. Pat Toomey is wondering why the citizens of this country are so disgusted with politics, politicians and Congress, and if he’s also
It seems the Republicans have instituted a “bunker down” mentality in regard to their accountability to their constituents.
Why did the Post-Gazette publish the pablum offered by the three Republican congressmen on the issue of health care?
We are left with still more absurd charges from his own lips and tweets (“the fake news media is the enemy of the people”).
Remember the phrase “What if they gave a war, and nobody came?” What if Donald Trump gave a news conference and nobody came?
I respectfully take issue with the inaccurate portrayal of the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid as “broken” and “historically failed.”
As a city resident I concur with the sentiment expressed in “Privatizing Pittsburgh’s Water System Is Not a Good Idea, Officials Say.”
I object to the insidious way that the charter school industry tries to inject itself into the mainstream using public funds.
As Pittsburgh grows and prospers, we envision vibrant communities that welcome people from all walks of life and levels of income.
The president needs to stop the touchdown dancing. Too often his response to a serious question is a rehash of his election victory.
Mr. Trump is turning our foreign policy toward Russia — a policy that has always been strongly supported by both parties — on its head.
Sick days should be part of everyone's working agreement, not just for teachers. Human beings get sick.
The Republican-led U.S. House Administration Committee voted Feb. 7 to eliminate the Election Assistance Commission.
I do not understand why the PG feels the need to provide notorious killers the infamy they seek. The latest instance is a front-page photo.
Judge Neil Gorsuch is not that nominee.
Taxpayers have carried that tax-exempt building for more than 100 years, so it deserves to go back into a usage that the public can share.
Donald Trump calls the media an “enemy of the American people.” I find these kinds of statements from our president truly appalling.
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