Is Sidney Powell our own Joan of Arc?

Letters to the Editor

“I never say anything I can’t prove.” Sidney Powell was cool, calm, collected, and fierce in her on-air interview with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo where she laid out the case purporting massive voting fraud in this year’s presidential election. Powell, a former federal ...

With heavy hearts, we recall Dec. 7


This weekend, Americans will be reflecting on accounts about the infamous Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, 1941. Despite the passing of 79 years, there likely will be some new angle regarding that horrible day that will be informative both to senior ...

Jobless claims should take priority

Letters to the Editor

I read the article on WTAE’s website about John Roman and his problems with the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation system. What this poor man has gone through to collect his entitled unemployment benefits is a disgrace. The state of Pennsylvania should be ashamed, and Gov. Tom Wolf ...

Corruption blowing up in Ohio


Give FBI officials credit for holding their cards close to the vest regarding utility-related corruption in Ohio. What is troubling is that the number of cards seems to be increasing. Earlier this year, federal agents arrested former state House of Representatives Speaker Larry Householder ...

PA death penalty should be abolished

Letters to the Editor

I am disappointed by the decision of Blair County District Attorney Pete Weeks to seek the death penalty in the case of the murders of 28-year-old Mikal Jackson-Stevenson and 52-year-old Natalie Washington. In doing so, Weeks has selected a tool that is broken beyond repair. A death ...

America should teach responsibility

Letters to the Editor

Will America survive crazy? That is the question. There is no such thing as Republican and Democrat. It is a made up word. We are Americans. It is as we are saying northern and southern. Good and bad. Don’t we know what opinions are? If it doesn’t make sense, it is not true. ...