Readers write about a cap-and-trade policy for CO2 emissions, why the West shouldn't lecture China about greenhouse-gases, the need for Afghanistan's neighbors to help contain the volatile country, and mandatory service in the US.
Readers write about a cap-and-dividend approach to carbon regulation, how fathers can offer newlyweds helpful advice on marriage, and how simple things can help keep spouses close.
Readers write about how children can help us find solutions for global warming, whether the US should change how it spends on social programs, and why everyone should pay their taxes.
Readers write about why Congress needs to bail out the arts, whether local banks are better than larger banks, and Obama's approach to the challenges facing the US and the world.
Critics saw in America a 'pigpen of freedom.' He saw a cause worth dying for.
Readers write about whether the US economy will do better if its left alone, and why Africa needs property rights laws as well as enterprise.
Readers write about conditions at Guantánamo, why Republicans must rethink their ideas about economics, and whether a stimulus will really help the faltering US economy.