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LETTERS: Always hope; Dealing with pain, and VA

Always hope It is hope that fuels the human heart, dreams that inspire and stimulate the human mind, and passion that makes a life complete...

LETTERS: Party for convict garners comment; Order on Israel draws criticism; Catholic hypocrite; Why...

Party for convict garners comment Regarding your Dec. 17 “Our Shame: editorial, all that can be said is that if you supported any of them...

LETTERS: Migrants face deceit, abuse; ICE bus crash draws comment; Confederacy’s last general

Migrants face deceit, abuse I am deeply saddened to read that Mexican immigration officials destroyed migrant camps in the Dec. 4 news article, “Witness: Mexican...

LETTERS: Poverty in RGV

Poverty in RGV The Rio Grande Valley is a relatively small region where many people call home. Our tiny region is filled with rich culture,...

LETTERS: Cut drug costs for Medicare; Trump is strong; No religious parade theme

Cut drug costs for Medicare The Monitor’s coverage Dec. 13 about the House’s vote on a bill to mandate Medicare’s ability to negotiate drug prices...

LETTERS: No unseating this president; What about Democrats?; Complaints over tipping

No unseating this president First came the 26 women who alleged groping and sexual misconduct of candidate Donald Trump before the 2016 election; then the...

LETTERS: Fraud ignored; Protect workers

Fraud ignored There are thousands of cases that go around in the United State and most of them get settled over short or long periods...

LETTERS: Thoughts on visit to migrant camps; Keep guns secured

Thoughts on visit to migrant camps During the weekend of Nov. 15-17, Call to Action Rio Grande Valley (Part of National Call to Action) sponsored...

LETTERS: Sad times for USA; Terrorist parole process is faulty; New HIV drug spurs...

Sad times for USA We live in a world where anything goes — lifestyle, politics! Embracing dictators, weakening governmental rules and regulations, separating kids from...

LETTERS: Fraud arrests spur comment; Manslaughter sentence light

Fraud arrests spur comment The Texas Workforce Commission is an institution whose purpose is to create value and offer opportunity to employers, individuals and communities...