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I want the New Hope Council to know that I was offended by the way I was verbally treated at the last council meeting (Jan. 17) when I asked three simple questions about the 2023 budget. Not …

In the Herald letter to editor. “Use of word “insurrection” implies bias,” the writer objects to the use of that word to describe what occurred at the Capitol on January 6. I read an article …

Sen. Chuck Schumer says he wants to know where budget cuts should be made. That’s easy, defense spending. Our military budget is on the order of $1 trillion per year, about 40% of the world’s …

One would think that after scores of people, who for their activities on Jan. 6, 2021, have been convicted of seditious conspiracy (defined as to “conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by …

Every year during the month of February, Salem Church on East Court Street collects food and personal items for those who suffer from food scarcity and deprivation who live in Bucks County. The Bucks …

I am a Tinicum Township resident, and I’m writing in response to a letter from Township Supervisor Rich Rosamilia. Mr. Rosamilia complains about biased reporting in the Herald, yet cites no …

Policy 321 enacted by the Central Bucks School District muzzles free education speech about tolerating human difference. It is especially astonishing that this draconian directive is happening in a …

The recent teacher protest claims “discrimination and bigotry” regarding Policy 321, which addresses LGBTQ issues in the classroom. One event cited was the removal of the Pride flags from …

I totally agree with Pat Smith regarding her view (Jan 19) on the Herald’s inclusion of the word “insurrection” in describing the January 6th happening at the U.S. Capitol. While the media …

Dear Congressman Fitzpatrick,You are currently viewed as among the most moderate of the GOP members. It is past time for George Santos to be removed from Congress. It is unimaginable that a person …

First, I want to say I am a proud member of the LGBTQ community who has been around long enough to remember the “Stonewall” riots and a time there was real discrimination. When gay clubs were …

I agree with Supervisor Richard Rosamilia (Jan. 12. I rely on the Herald for accurate reporting — on both sides of issues. Your headline for a candlelight vigil was appropriate until you added the …

Kudos to James Seyboldt (Dec. 29) for reminding the American people and the U.S. Congress that our country was aided by the French and Polish allies in our war against the British.Ukraine needs our …

Perhaps you should be asking what some of your former readers would like to see in your journalistic reporting. I for one would like to see unbiased comments from both sides of an issue rather than a …

In ory, it is expected that everyone, regardless of gender, is to have access to our national educational systems. However, there is no doubt that there are large disparities in education between the …

In response to the gentleman who, in last week’s letters to the editor, castigates Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick for the his vote in support of the Biden administration’s omnibus spending …

The Dec. 29 articles Happ Grover Fund and Scott Bomboy’s essay on “Social Studies” are vital issues for mankind’s future: Education is the key to the understanding of life, of society, of …

Indicting Donald J. Trump for inciting a mob on January 6th and attempting to prevent the peaceful transfer of power by other means and other deeds would put the matters into the hands of juries …

While listening to the Ukrainian president speak to the U.S. Congress, I was struck by the similarities between Ukraine's current struggle against Russia and the colonies’ struggle against the …

Congress just passed what is called an Omnibus spending bill. It is over 4,000 pages and an embarrassment to common sense. I doubt those who voted for it had the time or inclination to find out …

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