Maybe I missed the point in the rebuking of Suzanne Cassidy’s Aug. 25 Sunday LNP piece (“How an op-ed placed on the back burner turned red-hot”) by N.J. Huss’ Sept. 8 op-ed, “Conservative's response to LNP Opinion's policies.”
I have read Ismail Smith-Wade-El’s commentary in the Sept. 8 Sunday LNP (“It’s imperative we face the truths about slavery”), in which he condemned the United States for having had legal slavery from the 17th century to the 19th, followed by segregation of certain American citizens until tod…
Many want the popular vote used for presidential elections, not the Electoral College. Well, our Founding Fathers were geniuses. They didn’t want the minority to determine an election outcome for the entire country. They recognized differences between each state. So they developed the Electo…
I would like to know why the people in authority won’t do more to help the suffering animals in this county. There have been numerous complaints about dogs being confined in rabbit hutches (in pens off the ground in the sun); wild birds kept in wooden boxes to breed and/or for their song; an…
On Sept. 9, Manheim Township commissioners heard a presentation from Lancaster Country Day School’s pro bono attorney and comments from attendees regarding a zoning ordinance to prevent billboards picturing guns, or the existence of gun shops, within 1,000 feet of the school (“Critics of gun…
The Sept. 9 letter “Faulty analogy used in letter” makes no sense. The writer completely missed the whole point of the analogy about traffic deaths and assault-style weapons.
From Sept. 20 to 27, youth around the world will be participating in the Global Climate Strike. Millions are expected to walk out of their schools, their workplaces and their daily routines in order to bring attention to the issue of climate change and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels.
Residents of the Conestoga Valley and neighboring school districts should be alarmed at the prospect of the Conestoga Valley school board approving the TLC Leadership Charter School at its Sept. 16 meeting.
I would like to congratulate all of the YWCA Women of Achievement honorees (“YWCA names 6 Women of Achievement,” Aug. 30). The slate of honorees is making Lancaster a better place for all of us. Their work is inspiring, and it is humbling that I get to share a community with them.
This is a suggestion my niece made to me a few months ago. She thinks that the old Reifsnyder piano shop and former gun shop in Manheim Township should be used as a homeless shelter.
The emerging picture of the proposed development of the State Road/Harrisburg Pike tract of land by Oak Tree Development and Penn State Health is a nightmare for the residents of East Hempfield Township.
Regarding the Associated Press article “US consumers may see higher prices” in the Sept. 2 LNP: I agree with U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey that President Donald Trump deserves credit for taking on the trade deficit.
Once again we have another shooting of innocent people going about their jobs and another dozen or more families who have an empty place at the table and will have their lives altered for years to come.
I must respond to the Aug. 21 letter “Dems are to blame for corrupt cities.’’ The contents reflect the arrogance of someone who has yet to experience the grim realities of life.