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I totally agree with the writer of the May 24 LNP | LancasterOnline letter, in that “Congress will be held responsible” if the Social Security checks that we earned are held up because no one can agree with what needs to be done.

The current debt limit charade has, as expected, generated numerous stories about federal government spending. We read that it is unsustainable, out of control and wasteful. And, indeed, these descriptors are totally accurate.

In the 1920s, President Calvin Coolidge was determined to have the federal government run a surplus. This was achieved throughout his nearly six years as president.

The writer of the May 13 LNP | LancasterOnline letter “Mosaic will only be for the wealthy” thinks the project in Lancaster city is a bad idea.

Some past writers in the LNP | LancasterOnline Opinion section have questioned the wisdom of keeping the Russians at arm’s-length after the breakup of the Soviet Union.

Recently, I have been asked why it is important to remember a group of military veterans who perished years ago defending our country.

On behalf of our entire family, I’d like to give a heartfelt thank-you to the entire staff at the Penn State Health Lancaster Medical Center on Harrisburg Pike for their outstanding care, courtesy and compassion shown to my father and our entire family during his recent stay.

While stuck in two lanes of traffic inching toward the Route 30 bridge over the Susquehanna River on May 12, I witnessed the act of a good Samaritan.

I would like to thank the Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center — including all the staff and physicians — for the excellent care it provides for all of our service members, especially those with Lou Gehrig’s disease.

I found the April 30 Sunday LNP | LancasterOnline article “Can Mosaic skyscraper be safe for birds?” to be thought-provoking in more ways than one.

We have enjoyed the various LNP | LancasterOnline articles and pictures of some of the free-to-play pianos in various places in Lancaster County.

The “Baby Mary Anne” case has touched the hearts of many in Lancaster County. From the large funeral attendance to the continued public concern to the dogged investigators from the Lancaster Bureau of Police, this baby’s death stays on our minds.

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Which political party do you think is to blame for the debt ceiling crisis and potential U.S. debt default?

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