Letters Extra: Compromise and the pipeline

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The battle over the Keystone XL pipeline has created an insurmountable divide between the oil interests and the environmentalists, leaving... Read more

Letters Extra: No dispute about domestic violence

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I was disappointed to see a recent headline “1 shot, 1 killed in Chesco domestic dispute.” (Feb. 1) Not only because the violence... Read more

Letters Extra: Broad implication of wage hikes

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Like so many others, Mark Zandi’s column “Maximum impacts and minimum wages” (Jan. 26) leaves out the broader ramifications... Read more

Letters Extra: In solidarity with the marginalized

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I read "Back home, at least for now," (Feb. 2) with a troubled heart. Brigido, Jose, and Elvin all have dreams -- not unlike the dreams of... Read more

Letters Extra: Corbett had his chance

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Gov. Corbett is an amiable fellow with reasonably admirable intentions. But is he worthy of reelection? No. Corbett has not one highly... Read more

Letters Extra: P! O! L! O!

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So when the Olympic team with 200-plus members marched in with those outlandish costumes, I thought they were from Polo — a new country... Read more

Letters Extra: Refocus at Temple

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As a CPA, former Temple University adjunct professor (math, health administration), and doctoral student (health care law and economics),... Read more

Letters Extra: Tea-party crossing

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The thought of the tea party controlling who crosses the border into and out of the USA is scary. It is reminiscent of border closings in... Read more