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I found the article on Sen. Elizabeth Warren last Sunday to be a bit over the top (“A Passionate Voice Steering the Conversation,” Feb. 22).
What a wonderful opinion piece from Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen (“I Could Have Been Left Behind,” Feb. 22 Forum).
Why is Major League Baseball trying to shorten our good times with new rules?
Too bad more organizations aren’t following United Way’s lead.
Jack Kelly’s Feb. 22 column (“Evolution? Gotcha!”) complains of left-leaning journalists asking Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker about evolution.
It is an indication of whether as a president his decisions would be guided by reality (scientific evidence) or ideology.
I read with great interest two recent editorials concerning environmental issues: fracking and deer culling.
American naturalist Henry Beston in “The Outermost House” (1928) offered a view we should consider.
Those sentenced to death could agree to be a complete organ donor — death by donation.
President Barack Obama’s red line has been crossed by others without significant consequences.
Why must conservatives continuously try to rewrite history?
People in this country will make money exporting a unique terror that literally “rains out of the sky.”
For the official insanity file — the front-page headline on Feb. 18 (“U.S. Will Put Armed Drones on World Market”). Sure, what could
Mt. Lebanon needs to calm down, or soon people there will want to kill all the birds because “they poop on our heads.”
The Reading Achievement Center provides support designed to increase student learning.
Why is Ruth Ann Dailey allowed to say “the lunatic left still slanderously claims that Mr. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction ...”?
George W. Bush’s reputation will forever be marked by the war of aggression he promulgated in Iraq based on fabricated tales of WMD.
An older person can become incapacitated for life from a fall on an untreated sidewalk.
Even more tragic for working families is the acquiescence we have seen from some in the labor community.
That Gov. Tom Wolf is upset about the governor of Florida visiting our state to woo businesses would be funny if it weren’t so sad.
Implied in “religion” is a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs that would include “moral justice” to ensure workers’ rights.
Most people need to focus on lifetime income generation, which a 401(k) or IRA is not set up to do on its own.
If these illegals are here to pursue the American dream, why didn’t they come here legally like millions of other people have done?
We are seeing people who are exploring a run for president, like Scott Walker, questioning whether President Obama is a Christian.
The council vote on the citizens ordinance calling for a “wait and see” approach before fracking more of our county parks was a spectacle.
Just because it is an old building from a particular point in time does not make it distinctive.
Nonprofits’ addresses should be “.-con.”
John Boehner s willing to stop funding the Department of Homeland Security to stop the president from implementing his immigration ideas.
Pittsburgh Zoo head keeper Willie Theison has been working positively with elephants for many years.
The notion that “national security must trump compassion” is ill-formed logic. National security and compassion are not mutually exclusive.
The good news will continue if Pa. commits to evaluating how mandated reporting, including training, impacts child safety and well-being.
We should embrace the natural world and be less arrogant about our place in it.
Government leaders are notorious in picking a high discount rate in order to mask the true liabilities of the pension plan.
I am astounded that universities would resort to emails to communicate such a crucial decision to applicants.
How do you remain innovative and current without continually attending conferences?
Recent disease outbreaks and their rapid spread through communities clearly indicate the risks of failure to obtain vaccinations.
Their actions serve as a message to students: Sexual harassment and violence will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted.
Rather than the president vetoing bills that reach his desk, it would be better for the nation if he would sign those bills.
His veto is the only thing that stands between the Republicans in charge of Congress and total destruction of our civilization.
If it sounds silly to suggest people should shovel snow from the street in front of their homes, why is the sidewalk their responsibility?
Thank you, PG movie critic Barbara Vancheri, for highlighting what’s wrong with this twisted film.
Anyone who lives in or travels through Pennsylvania knows that this is “deer country.”
Do deer really deserve extinction here just because they’re doing what deer do?
The past administration did absolutely nothing to stand in the way of true businessmen building Downtown into what it is becoming today..
The truth can be scary, but it just might make you free.
It must be pointed out that the laity of the Diocese of Pittsburgh are extraordinarily generous to the sisters.
I called Mayor Bill Peduto’s office Wednesday morning to ask what could be done to protect Pittsburgh from trains carrying oil.
I agree with the Post-Gazette editorial regarding deer in Mt. Lebanon (“Deer Kill: Mt. Lebanon Leaders Should Cancel the Slaughter”).
This course of action would mean an additional food source and a new product to export.
The venison from culling the deer would go to a food bank. Right?