Burger King moves
Blaming companies such as Burger King for deciding to move their headquarters abroad is a mistake ("Will Burger King get burned by Canada move?").
If the president and Congress want the U.S. to keep companies here, then we have to be competitive with other countries on tax rates.
Politicians cry about "fairness" all the time. How is it fair that the U.S. corporate tax rate is the highest among developed countries? Politicians who cry "tax the rich" ignore that the rich, whether people or organizations, can move their wealth to more friendly places and invest it there.
Focus on the real culprits in your coverage, please.
Sam Moyers; Wichita
Can the catcalls
I agree 100% with the Voices piece on catcalls ("Catcalls aren't flattering; they're frightening").
I am a 65-year-old woman and have lived near Pittsburgh for 37 years. However, my youth was spent in New York City. I dreaded the arrival of warm weather when I would have to remove my winter coat. Men just felt free to whistle and catcall. I never saw it as a compliment. It was demeaning and upsetting and, yes, even threatening!
Thank you for addressing the issue. I am sorry to read that this is still a problem for young women.
Antoinette (Toni) Passarello; Moon Township, Pa.