Covering pre-existing conditions is socialism!
I walk downtown regularly, so I notice when the infrastructure there needs attention.by
Wherein lies the tragedy in death? Is it that a life is taken too soon; or is the greater tragedy the manner in which the life was taken?
With all due respect, Mayor Berke: How dare you desecrate our historic Walnut Street Bridge, squander our money on an ugly, obscene, contemporary lighting fad?
How surprised I was to see columnist Jay Ambrose begin his June 1 Free Press piece by attacking Donald Trump ("The Perils of Defending Trump"): "I am not a Republican. I did not vote for Donald Trump. ... The tweets, the mostly ignorant buffoonish tweets sum up the worst of him ..."
About the "victim" in Tuesday's B1 story, "Man gets eight years for sexual battery:"
The Trump administration announced that steel and aluminum imports from the EU, Canada and Mexico posed a national security risk to the U.S.
For those of you who are still not over the results of the 2016 election and think the "popular" vote should rule, I have a question.
I'm growing very tired, sick even of President Trump disparaging Sen. John McCain.
The 6th Cavalry Museum had a delivery of five display cabinets from Huntsville, Alabama, and three students from the Performance Learning Center, the school next door to the museum, came to the rescue to unload and get them into the museum.
While an increasing number of Americans fail to observe moral law, that is no reason for altering churches' standards. If the church teaches homosexuality is excusable, so are dishonesty and unkindness.
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The May 20 Free Press editorial argues the country should keep what its Founding Fathers adopted, with the Electoral College needed to avoid - as one put it - the "tyranny of the majority," and to prevent large states from dominating the election process.
I read both sides of the editorial pages daily. I do this to try to get an understanding of the thinking of all sides of the political spectrum.
I recently traveled to Washington, D.C., with volunteers representing a coalition of nearly 60 cancer-fighting organizations for the One Voice Against Cancer Lobby Day.
The right of any and all Americans to own and carry any kind of gun they wish is questionable at best.
If conservatives and liberals would listen to each other, they might discover they agree on a few things, the differences being only in the way of achieving them.
Vaping has its place, is safer than cigarettes
I am appalled by Mrs. Thurman's and Mr. Smith's stance against racial and socioeconomic integration policies to improve our school system and improve the quality of schools across the county. A free and equitable public education is the foundation of the American dream, especially in my family.
As a preschool teacher, I know that early childhood education helps kids thrive in school and in life.
I was saddened by Rhonda Thurman's and Joe Smith's recent statement that we don't need to desegregate our schools and equally disappointed at the silence of several other school board members.
Fake news: The headline, "Trump's prescription to reduce drug prices takes small steps," tells us what to think before we read it.
The New York Times editorial titled "Trump's Failure in Jerusalem" on Wednesday (page B6) failed to mention that the Congress specifically called for moving the embassy in 1995, by a very bipartisan vote of 93-5 (Senate) and 374-37 (House) and was reaffirmed on June 5, 2017, in the Senate by a vote of 90-0.