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USA needs Trump

January 27, 2016 Democrat or Republican? It doesn’t matter. For eight years, I have sat back and watched the fabric of the American way of life unravel. more »»

Too many examples of govt’s broken trust

January 26, 2016 Government tells us in order to be kept safe from evil, ill-intentioned and well-armed terrorists, every effort needs to be taken to disarm all the rest of u. more »»

Republicans have candidate shortage

January 25, 2016 Susan Mitchell had an article in the Jan. 19 Mirror, and I agree 100 percent with what she said about comparing Donald Trump to Barack Obama. more »»

Altoona kindness saves family’s puppy

January 25, 2016 My two children and I had just arrived from the Outer Banks of N.C. on Friday, Jan. 15, to visit my parents in Altoona when our new puppy escaped out the door and ran off. more »»

Meling left positive mark on county government

January 22, 2016 The Morrison Cove Republican Club congratulates Blair County Commissioner Diane Meling on her retirement from public service to Blair County. more »»

Wolf press office attacks unfairly

January 22, 2016 In a recent story about the state budget, Jeff Sheridan, a spokesman for Gov. more »»

Associating Obama with Trump insulting

January 19, 2016 It’s unconscionable how the media has created hatred and lies to malign our young black president, who has prevented our country from going into a depression, and has managed to get health care... more »»

Support diplomacy in dealing with Iran

January 19, 2016 The Iran deal is a testament to the power of diplomacy. Today the world can celebrate the release of U.S. more »»

Gov. Wolf must end ‘political games’

January 18, 2016 I felt compelled to write this letter in order to clear up any remaining confusion about the 2015-16 state budget, which was signed into law on Dec. 29. more »»

Check facts on Shuster

January 16, 2016 Before the next avalanche of Rep. Bill Shuster’s campaign material begins, voters must remember to check the facts. more »»

Vandalism heartbreaking

January 16, 2016 To the low life person or persons who stole the Christmas tree and train from my dad’s grave at Alto Reste, I want you to consider this: Every time you look at that train, know you broke the heart o... more »»

Nutcracker perfect start to Christmas

January 14, 2016 There was an oversight in the Dec. 4 Go edition of the Mirror regarding the Allegheny Ballet Nutcracker article. more »»

Gov., reps should be out

January 14, 2016 Only in the United States can a person get paid for six months’ work but not do any. That’s our government. If our representatives worked anywhere else, they would have been fired. more »»

Health care not GOP priority

January 13, 2016 The Republican House and Senate majorities recently voted one more time to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Once again, they did so without including a plan to replace i. more »»

Editorial blows wind in wrong direction

January 12, 2016 The Mirror editorial (“Solar, wind fuels cost taxpayers”) in the Tuesday, Jan. more »»

Brew company adds to downtown potential

January 12, 2016 I must applaud Matt Winrick, owner of Railroad City Brewing Company, for doing something that a lot of business owners need to look at. more »»

Elect Halvorson

January 9, 2016 Another primary congressional election is approaching and leading up to the election, Bill Shuster will brag about how conservative he is. His record shows he is not a fiscal conservative. more »»

Christmas spirit

January 9, 2016 My cousin and I were at King’s Restaurant on Sierra Drive on Dec. 24. We had stopped there for breakfast before finishing our Christmas shopping. more »»

Republican ‘smoke, mirrors’ to blame

January 8, 2016 Today, Pennsylvania faces a crossroads. We all know our commonwealth has a massive structural deficit after years of Republican budgets built on gimmicks. more »»

Police officers earn their day of recognition

January 8, 2016 Each day, 780,000 police officers across our country put on a badge and go to work knowing they may face dangerous situation. more »»

 
 
 

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