Why can’t we just get some peace from the candidates until they have to start campaigning for the general election in November?
Liberals are so caring, compassionate and tolerant —right up to the point when someone disagrees with them.
I prefer it to be hiding in a dark corner, waiting to be discovered (with me as the guide).
While its project on the North Side is tied up in court, be sure that Trek’s track record in Pittsburgh is top-notch.
Range played a major role in the overhaul of our zoning ordinance, allowing industrial shale development to occur anywhere here.
He believes suppression of the other side of the climate science argument serves neither science nor the public good.
Whom do these politicians serve and why do we allow it to continue?
It seems from watching the draft, that the Bengals and Ravens have outpicked the Steelers this time.
We need steel for buildings, bridges, cars, appliances and, most important, our military to make us strong if we get into a war.
Democratic Party leaders bought the Senate nomination for Katie McGinty by spending millions on TV ads in the last week before voting.
I urge all Democratic voters, specifically Bernie Sanders supporters, to vote for Hillary Clinton, the presumed nominee, in November.
We must plan to invest in better systems to move our region into the future in a visionary manner.
With the upcoming summer picnic season arriving, I am hoping that increased speed enforcement will be placed on Route 837.
Let’s take a look at the stances of the top remaining candidates to be president.
As I read about the plans to renovate the produce terminal, I’m asking myself why there isn’t a similar effort for the Strip on Penn Avenue.
I have no political experience, but I am tired of feeling frustrated and feeling as if my voice is not being heard.
It would make sense that we were all of one party working for the common good of the people and our country, instead of bickering.
Former Sen. Harris Wofford’s personal and revealing reflection shows we’ve made progress, but how accepting are we really?
It is reasonable to conclude that one who votes for a man of hatred and intolerance celebrates and espouses those traits.
The institution of the national debt is nothing more than a control mechanism by which international financiers and bankers dominate.
The last countywide property reassessment cost $10 million and the appeals the next year cost another $3 million.
A look at the 2016 congressional races in Western Pennsylvania reveals a glaring symptom of our ailing democratic system.
t’s all too easy for a science dilettante like Mr. Will to minimize the consequences of climate change.
Letter writer Michael Martino spelled out his reasons for backing Donald Trump; however, I find his reasoning unsound.
But, hey, as the cartoon says, do something symbolic such as put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, and that fixes everything.
The brunt of the costs and burden caused by the race shouldn’t fall disproportionately on the same churches and businesses every year.
I have no argument with the changes letter writer Tom Moneck feels are needed in our voting system. But why now?
So much for the state’s commitment to public education as a result of the school funding budget settled an unconscionable 10 months late.
I have known Terry since 1995, when he was appointed chief counsel of DEP in my administration.
Because of the North Carolina bathroom law, millions will go to the polls this November to vote for Republican candidates.
I hope M&J Wilkow will reconsider keeping the sculpture in situ or donating and relocating the piece to another site within the city.
Book banning isn’t restricted to any political perspective; it includes the Bible, “The Grapes of Wrath” and the Harry Potter books.
It’s just shocking that people are still trying to reject a plan that will lead us in every right direction.
Faithful Catholics and those curious about the church should ignore the headlines. Instead, read the document yourselves.
An excellent example of this is the Youth Chamber Connection (YC2), which is a collaboration of the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra.
If the cigarette tax is increased by $1, the average Pa. smoker (18 cigarettes per day) will pay $1,268 a year in federal and state tax.
All in all, I would say that the religion of Christianity has been a force for good in this life.
The two nuclear weapons, as horrendous as they were, convinced a nation that literally did not believe in surrender that it had no option.
On Aug. 15, 1945, 10,000 airmen in 808 B-29s and other planes dropped bombs on various targets in Japan.
There aren’t mentions of them daily, monthly or weekly on the radio or TV or in print.
While researching food toxins for a national organization, I read and was moved by the article “Early Deaths Afflicting White Women.”
“Location, Location: A Quip From a Driller Shows a Common Inequity” (April 20) raises important concerns related to natural gas development.
He has the experience to right the ship, exactly what we need in our president.
If enough Republican voters show disapproval, he might come to his senses and push for hearings for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
To vote biblically means to compare every candidate with the teaching of Scripture.
Have they researched the cost of college and their majors versus the salary they reasonably expect to get?
The time has come for “noncommitted delegates” to go by the wayside.
Did we soldiers/veterans and patriots fight for bad trade deals?
The 1960s tune “Eve of Destruction” comes to mind.
I’m sooo blessed and lucky to be a new Republican.