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LETTERS: On Washington Post and Sen. John Cornyn

‘Don’t blame the Post’The political commentary in the Monitor on Thursday by Jay Ambrose, regarding the Washington Post, was very surprising. For a newspaper...

EDITORIAL: Roma must clean up its city water testing table

While living amenities make communities desirable, the primary function of any municipality is to ensure the safety of its citizens. So we are concerned...

EDITORIAL: Abbott: End repeated teacher misconduct in Texas

We commend Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for making a legislative priority the issue of stopping the cycle of teachers who have had or who...

LETTERS: On ‘instilling fear’ and ‘bias’ and thwarting corruption in Texas

‘Instilling fear’ and ‘bias’Regarding Sandra Sanchez’ May 9 column, “There’s more to fear in Texas now,” I am saddened when I learn of someone...

EDITORIAL: Pharr’s approach to digital divide makes good sense

We applaud the city of Pharr and all its collaborators for taking the lead in launching a pilot program that will provide free internet...

LETTERS: Support private schools and SB4 backed

Support private schools in TexasThe Texas House Public Education Committee recently heard testimony on HB 1335, a bill introduced by state Rep. Ron Simmons,...

EDITORIAL: Congratulations to all voted in for service in the RGV

The spring 2017 elections are in the books (almost) and so we congratulate the winners, as well as everyone who campaigned, and the voters...

LETTERS: On Texas’ voter ID law, Trump’s vacations, self-driving cars and kindness

Voter ID law supportedRecently there have been several rulings by judges that Texas’ voter ID law was disenfranchising some voters. In the summer of...

LETTERS: On immigrants

Supporting immigrantsIn response to a recent letter by Guadalupe E. Aguirre of Edinburg, who claimed that all undocumented immigrants are criminals, I point out...

LETTERS: Debating Monitor ‘bias’ and Trump’s impeachment

Monitor ‘bias’ debatedRecent letters to the editor from conservative supporters came out in force recently blaming The Monitor for their “liberal media” bias once...