Letters to the Editor

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Letters to the Editor are written by concerned citizens just like you. To submit your own letter to the Editor email to letters@themonitor.com. Limit letters to 300 words. We will not publish anonymous letters, personal attacks or consumer complaints. Include your full name, address and a phone number for verification. All letters are subject to editing.

LETTER: Train wreck adds new car

The Democratic train wreck otherwise known as the list of hopeful candidates just added Beto O’Rourke to the list. My bet is on an...

LETTER: New puzzle complicated

Recently you changed the provider of the Sunday Sudoku HighFives. This new puzzle is very complicated. I always looked forward to the Sunday puzzle and...

LETTER: Seek God’s forgiveness

Recently, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam ignited a firestorm after attempting to describe how a living baby could legally be disposed of if the mother...

LETTER: Whither letters?

The Monitor’s Opinion Page is terrific! In so many ways it’s the “Voice of the People.” Letters to the Editor is the outlet! Lately, so few...

LETTER: What’s going on in legal system?

I would like to ask knowledgeable readers of The Monitor for answers to the question: What is wrong with our Rio Grande Valley court...

LETTER: Good visit to McAllen

On New Year’s Day, after driving 2,000 miles, we arrived at the McAllen Respite Center to volunteer for several weeks. We found the center...

LETTER: Voter data questioned

Let me see if I got this right. If I live in one city and choose to vote in another city, that’s OK? Perfectly...

LETTER: Conflicting information

Mary Martinez’s letter on March 1 said that “... people crossing the border illegally are at a long-time low.” While in my truck that...

LETTER: A sick system

With insurance your prescription is $10; without it, $210. That’s sick. In fact, the entire healthcare system is sick. It suffers from inexcusable inequities....

LETTER: Agriculture: Food for Life

Farmers and ranchers are the backbone of America. They grow food to feed us, fiber to clothe us, and fuel to run our homes...