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Letters to the editor

Where’s the truth?

HIGH MCGEE Linden Can we ever get the truth out of the Biden Administration? I don’t think so. What I have learned during my extensive reading in recent times, and viewing of recent news programs, is that it seems like the elected federal poiticians and the senior government bureaucrats ...

Military could help unload container ships

DONALD MOSKOWITZ Londonderry, N.H. COVID-19 restrictions and a shortage of dock workers have contributed to a backlog of cargo ships waiting to offload at U.S. ports. As of the end of September, dozens of ships are at anchor or are adrift waiting to enter New York City, New Jersey ports, ...

Total strangers helped me

LORI WEISMAN Lock Haven My daughter has been living in Lock Haven since 2010 when she was a freshman in college. I was walking my dog on Friday morning along the levee. Not exactly knowing when the water ran out, Santino and I came to a dead end. Do I turn around or climb the rocks? ...

End of democracy

BRYAN SHADE Flemington I forgive all of you people who voted for Biden because, so far as I am concerned, you all were brainwashed to believe that the “Orange Man” was bad for our country. In the 10 months since Biden has been president, I believe he has has really ruined this country ...

To the new Donald Trump campaign

DAWN MOYER Mill Hall On Sept. 16, 2021, The Express decided to publish an opinion column by CNN commentator Michael D’Antonio. I thought The Express hit an all-time low when they published an opinion letter from a guy in California who said he lived in Spring Mills, Pa. I was wrong. I ...

Pennsylvania takes a breath, for your mental health

JACQUELYN BAKER Williamsport The prolonged stress that COVID-19 has added to the daily lives of Pennsylvanians and people across the nation should not be underestimated. According to a February 2021 report by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, nearly 40 percent of adults in Pennsylvania ...