September 25
A detail of the “The Battle of Gettysburg,” a 1906 oil painting by Rufus Fairchild Zogbaum, depicts the First Minnesota Volunteer Regiment’s his

Readers Write: Trump's Civil War comments, Walz and COVID, Catholicism, old buses

They died for the Union, Mr. Trump.
September 25
Voters line up outside Minneapolis’ early voting center on Sept. 18, the first day of early voting.

Readers Write: 2020 election, Trump's potential loss, Minneapolis police

Vote. It's easy and safe.
September 25
Syringes of a COVID-19 vaccine produced by SinoVac are displayed during a tour of its factory in Beijing.

Readers Write: COVID-19 vaccines, abortion, learning from history

Until a vaccine comes, do what you can.
September 24
President Donald Trump arrives for a news briefing at the White House on Wednesday. He declined an opportunity to endorse a peaceful transfer of power

Readers Write: The election and a peaceful transfer of power, city planning, summer's end

How is this not front-page news?
September 23
President Donald Trump and his supporters at a Sept. 18 campaign rally in Bemidji, Minn.

Readers Write: 2020 election, COVID-19, Dudley Riggs

Agree now to play by the rules.
September 22
The U.S. Capitol is seen from the Russell Senate Office Building in 2018.

Readers Write: Supreme Court fight, presidential debates

We are playing with partisan fire.
September 21
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, photographed in her Supreme Court chambers in 2013. She died Friday.

Readers Write: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the Supreme Court, Milwaukee Avenue

Honor Ginsburg. Keep fighting.
September 19
An infrared image of California wildlife impacts — one among many – shows carbon monoxide plumes at 3 miles of altitude over a recent three-day pe

Readers Write: Chains of impacts, the Minneapolis City Council, Minnesota Public Radio, Democratic Catholics, COVID-19, courage in politics

A nightmare scenario.
September 18
The Minneapolis Early Vote Center. ] GLEN STUBBE • glen.stubbe@startribune.com Wednesday, July 29, 2020 Absentee ballots are being requested at a re

Readers Write: Trump vs. Biden, the Lynx

My choice this November is clear.
September 18
U.S. Attorney General William Barr is facing criticism for comments about lockdowns and civil liberties.

Readers Write: The coronavirus pandemic, the national anthem, racism, the Boundary Waters

The 'greatest intrusion'? Hmm.
September 17
Los Angeles Clippers players and personnel kneel during the national anthem before a Sept. 11 game.

Readers Write: National anthem protests, policing, justice, distance learning, climate change

Liberty over uniformity.
September 16
Players on the Tennessee Titans stand and kneel during the national anthem before a game Sept. 14.

Readers Write: National anthem protests, Third District race, Biden's COVID plan, Big Ten football

The flag and anthem belong to all of us, not just the military.
September 15
Firefighters work in Santa Anita Canyon in Arcadia, Calif., on Sept. 13.

Readers Write: Climate change and wildfires, Garrison Keillor, Catholic priests' comments, U of M sports cuts

A fiery case for renewable energy.
September 14
A woman visits the remains of her home, destroyed by fire, in Talent, Ore.

Readers Write: Climate change, diversity training, COVID-19

We've got to stop this.
September 12
A protest outside Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman’s home in May. Assertive but peaceful events like these are not to be equated with armed pro

Readers Write: Protests, Minneapolis public safety, unemployment support,

No false equivalence, please.
September 11
Firefighters and a police officer just after the collapse of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

Readers Write: The police, Trump and the coronavirus

These officers are our heroes.
September 11
Bicyclists passed Wirth Lake at Theodore Wirth Park. ] LEILA NAVIDI • leila.navidi@startribune.com BACKGROUND INFORMATION: A warm and humid afternoo

Readers Write: Civil society, China's human rights abuses, the election, water pollution, COVID-19

Serendipity and ensuing reflection.
September 10
Health care workers test for the coronavirus in Liberty, Mo., in August.

Readers Write: Trump and the virus, the Electoral College, jargon

Public denial, private agreement.
September 9
Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka, R-Nisswa, talked with Senate Minority Leader Susan Kent, DFL-Woodbury, on the state Senate floor before the start

Readers Write: The Legislature, 'losers' and 'suckers' comments, better journalism, COVID-19, the State Fair

Redirect your ire, Gazelka.
September 8
Protesters surrounded several National Guard vehicles on Lake Street in Minneapolis on May 29.

Readers Write: Civil unrest, Trump's comments on veterans

I'll take protest over the alternative.
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