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...

LETTER: THC-laced candies should spark anger

I hope this will be the first of many letters expressing outrage about the attack on our children from the producers of THC-laced “candies.”...

LETTER: Officials oppose Trump declaration

The Rio Grande Valley delegation of the Texas Legislature stands opposed to President Donald Trump’s declaration of an emergency for a non-existent border crisis....

LETTER: Save NPR in the RGV

Editor: We are surprised and saddened by the lack of concern in the Rio Grande Valley about the imminent loss of NPR News on...

LETTER: Ignoring the facts

Many in the GOP and President Donald Trump fuel each other with a continuing demand for a border wall. It is an undisputed fact that...

LETTER: Congressman given credit

Thank you, U.S. Rep. Filemon Vela, for creating a wonderfully informative start to Black History Month in Brownsville. Three events marked the day. A discussion with...

LETTER: Ditching missile agreements is insanity

Sleeping well? If you are, you might have missed the news that Russia and the United States have begun to scrap missile (nuclear) agreements...

LETTER: Border wall tax — An alternate universe

I know how to get Democrats to support a border wall and have Republicans oppose it at the same time. I also believe that...