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Your editorial “Say No, Scotland” (Sept. 15) misunderstands the drive for Scottish independence.
Rather than putting up more slogans supporting a belief and trust in superstition, we should take them down where they already are.
The phrase “In God We Trust” was not intended by our Founding Fathers to be the national motto.
In every other city, people pay when they get on and leave by the back door.
It’s an issue of courtesy and safety, but people seem to be too lazy or preoccupied to use them.
The considerable time, effort and funding put forth have resulted in a considerable enhancement of our city’s aesthetics.
A thinking politician would brand Pennsylvania, or Penn’s Woods, as a “classic” place to hunt without the use of these weapons.
They help both taxpayers and workers, as well local hotels, restaurants, rental car companies and other businesses.
I’m a hunter and I don’t want to be out in the fields with people who carry these rapid-fire weapons.
This will affect hundreds of thousands of Americans and it must be closed.
He used his popularity to give back to so many others through his foundations and charitable endeavors.
Just the latest example is his support of the Citizens United court decision that undermines our democracy.
I do not find the words “In God We Trust” to be unaccepting or unwelcoming.
Tom Wolf’s message is that we should tax the oil and gas industry to help fund our schools.
He created jobs and enabled employees to spend Sundays with their families. Why focus on the definition-of-marriage controversy?
Your story titled “Winning Immunity Challenges” (Sept. 9) by David Templeton was right on the mark.
It was so good to see the variety of nameplates that the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has had over the past 228 years!
Not surprisingly, the evidence shows voluntary programs to be of little benefit for the most seriously ill.
Athletes have been given a free pass for too many generations on their negative behaviors.
The question we must ask ourselves is how much power have we conferred upon these organizations due to our idolization of sport.
I can’t imagine these barons of politics would resort to being hypocritical by accepting money that they knew was so imprinted.
After all, “In God We Trust” is printed on paper money and inscribed on coins.
One look at headlines on the PG’s front page last Sunday reminds us of the prominent role health care continues to play in the news.
Natural gas extraction and transportation processes release methane, a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.
If Congress would move on immigration reform, executive actions would not be needed.
Regarding your editorial on the O’Bannon ruling (“Colleges and Cash: A Judge’s NCAA Ruling Is Justified but Problematic,” Aug. 18):
One would think that on a beautiful late summer afternoon a college football game would at least fill most of the seats with alums.
As politicians reconvene in Harrisburg, there will patriots from all over the state to greet them with their support of medical marijuana.
President Barack Obama is rightly concerned about the Islamic State.
If the threat of the ISIS is unlike anything we have seen then Congress and the president should ask for financial commitment from
I am saddened that President Barack Obama, who rode to election promising to end wars, has once again essentially called on us to go to war.
Let’s replace Roger Goodell.
In the 1960s, suicide was ranked as the second-leading cause of death for 18-24 year olds and the most common cause of death for 15 to 18.
While it is too late for our son, and too many others, there is hope other lives can be saved.
A growing body of evidence shows that art therapy is effective in suicide prevention treatment.
It’s about time that the PG brought color to what my mother used to call the “intelligence page.”
The new size, format and color are wonderful.
It is much easier to read when the cat decides to sit in my lap.
I was hoping to see a masthead from the years Pittsburgh was spelled without the “h” at the end of our city’s name.
There was no need to magnify the final score of the Clairton vs. Wilkinsburg game.
What a great shot of Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison making a play on a hit by the Red’s Todd Frazier.
We Raging Grannies have a tote bag full of songs, for every sort of injustice, with a pile of them about war.
Well operators across Pennsylvania are committed to environmental safety
All familes should be able to provide the basic health and hygiene of a clean, dry diaper.
Let's keep dangerous weapons in the hands of only the police and the military.
Minor improvements for bikers might not be worth the price.
People want a cure for ALS and some feel whatever it takes to raise awareness is fine. I agree but with the caveat that not all people,
Unions have brought everyone the 40-hour work week, holiday pay, vacation time and more.
They provide a great way for students to begin their postsecondary education.
this sort of slogan is a form of bullying those who believe differently or do not believe.