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LETTERS: USMCA would benefit Latinos; Trump lies to veterans; Congressman ignores crisis

USMCA would benefit Latinos The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement would benefit Latinos in various ways. 1. The agreement requires the Mexican government to protect workers’ right to...

LETTERS: Nation at risk; Worry about our humanity; Forgotten history: Battle of Laredo

Nation at risk How important is our vote? Our country depends on us to keep America going in the right direction. When we stop caring,...

LETTERS: Tweets of denigration; Respect size restrictions; Improved HOPE for Alzheimer’s

Tweets of denigration Respect, integrity, human dignity etc, are the core values of humanity that exist in a free and just society. This is what...

LETTERS: Climate disruption; Pastor should not comment; End relations with Mexico

Climate disruption The last year or two has seen an unusual number of U.S. natural disasters: major hurricanes, massive Midwest floods, too many deadly tornadoes,...

LETTERS: Silence is complicity; Ideas Festival garners praise; Two-sided on border; Statue outdated

Silence is complicity What pride does one take in endorsing cruelty? It is bad enough that someone commits cruelty against anyone. To do so against...

LETTERS: Alzheimer’s advocacy; What happened to our country; Don’t support NRA recipients

Alzheimer’s advocacy One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s disease. It is the only leading cause of death in the U.S. that cannot be prevented,...

LETTER: Please stop name calling

Please stop name calling Lately many conservative writers have been commenting politically by name calling and derisive language toward Democrats and anybody else they don’t...

LETTERS: Take precautions against diseases; Victimized by migrants; Political memories

Take precautions against diseases My knowledge of medicine and human physiology is limited to House M.D. and my doctor’s appointments, but I know enough to talk...

LETTERS: Compromise on immigrants; Don’t blame the utensils; Federal debt rose in Obama’s term

Compromise on immigrants A humanitarian crisis emerged due to a tremendous increase of undocumented immigrants arriving to the southwest border, causing the reassignment of Customs and...

LETTERS: Mental health help available; Military should honor promise

Mental health help available In response to Vanessa Munoz’s letter to the editor on July 3, “More crisis help needed,” we at Tropical Texas Behavioral...