Letters to the Editor
Pushing a carbon tax
Kudos to the author of the April 19 AP article (“U.S.
4/23/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The deciding vote is in. What today is known as Route 228 will be the Adams Township Main Street. County Commissioner Kim Geyer revealed in the April 4 Butler Eagle (“Rte.
4/22/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
Decide for yourself
All of us as responsible American citizens have a duty to read the Mueller Report for ourselves and not to rely on media pundits, presidential spokespersons, members of Congress, Facebook...
4/20/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Blue pinwheels placed in front of homes and businesses make all those aware of child abuse in this country.
4/18/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
I have been a part of the Armco/AK Steel community my whole life. My grandfather retired from Armco while my husband and many other family members have worked there through much of my life.
4/17/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
Justice? Not much
Regarding “DUI driver receives sentence; Woman injured in crash speaks out” (April 12), the only thing left out was an all-day pass to Kennywood.
4/16/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
Sound of hypocrisy
The federal government reported a $146.9 billion deficit in March. This caused a 15 percent increase in the annual debt for the first half of the budget year when compared to the same period in 2018.
4/13/2019 Letters to the Editor 0 comments
America is peopled by citizens whose ancestors have carried stories of oppression. Many have suffered injustice in many forms. Our motto is “E Pluribus Unum”— from many, one.