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If there is a law, if there is a tradition, if there is a statue, if there is a gender pronoun, if there is a religion, if there is a flag — then the left is seemingly focused on destroying it!

It seems to me most of the people who complain about American workers preferring (or needing) to stay on unemployment have managed to keep their own jobs through the COVID-19 layoffs, maintaining their salaries while they work from home.

As a user of health care services, I assume that I can go to any health care provider and be safe from getting a preventable, communicable disease.

I appreciate the writer of the June 8 letter attempting to make the absurd sum of a trillion dollars more comprehendible for readers (“Thinking about all the trillions”).

The United States of America was the first successful representative democracy in the history of mankind. The country evolved over 250 years, becoming closer to the ideals verbalized in its Declaration of Independence and Constitution and including all of its citizens under an umbrella of co…

As I read the June 15 LNP | LancasterOnline article (“Wasabi’s county tie”) about the Pekingese Wasabi’s best in show win at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show and the acknowledgment of the dog’s tie to Lancaster County, I wondered, “Where is the rest of the news?”

As director of the Lancaster County Immunization Coalition, I wish to thank Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health for requiring employees and staff to be immunized against COVID-19.

The article “Lawyer: Protester opposed abortion” in the June 6 Sunday LNP | LancasterOnline notes that the attorney for Michael Lopatic says Lopatic’s defense is that he was at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 to “advance the pro-life cause.”

Former President Donald Trump’s constant assertions that the 2020 election was “rigged” cast aspersions on the integrity of many thousands of poll workers — of all parties — who work hard to ensure that all our votes are counted correctly.

Recently I have noticed that many people are referring to George Orwell’s novel “1984” and are using its message to describe a particular political philosophy that suits their own needs.

On June 6, 1944, United States and Allied military forces landed on Normandy beaches as part of the D-Day invasion. As a 41-year-old doctor, my grandfather participated in the invasion at Omaha Beach. There, he and his colleagues set up a field hospital to try to save the lives of young soldiers.

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