Letters to the Editor

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Letters to the Editor for Sept. 27, 2020

Border wall not the answer I read Brian S. Hastings’ letter of Sept. 15 with great interest. Walls are not the solution to our border...

LETTERS: Wayne’s words; In Trump’s own words; Cornyn opposed; Recent letter spurs response; Fatalistic...

Wayne’s words Each day brings a new story of protests around the country; masked and hooded are the culprits of the so-called peaceful protests that...

LETTERS: Medical school merits support; Hoping for other rallies; Questionable information; Trump good to...

Medical school merits support Although there is a need for exploratory discussion and civil debate on city budgets, it was with chagrin and incredulity that...

LETTERS: Congratulations, superintendent; Veteran offended; Supporting connections; Menchaca fought for independence

Congratulations, superintendent I had the good fortune to be raised in Pharr. I attended public schools in the district and together with my parents, the...

LETTERS: Neither party has done much; Media spin for Trump; Lip service, but no...

Neither party has done much On Sept. 7 The Monitor hosted two of the current big guns of the Letters page to a virtual standoff....

LETTERS: Enduring pandemic; No option that’s legal; Loser, sucker; Democrats’ allegations; America’s youth must...

Enduring pandemic Labor Day is a time to recognize workers across our great state and nation and honor the sacrifice, dedication and commitment to keeping...

LETTERS: President took action; ‘Grito’ belongs to Texas also; Free speech under attack; Comparing...

President took action Democrats always want to blame someone else. They say President Trump hasn’t taken COVID-19 seriously, but he shut down travel from China...

LETTERS: Misogyny in military; Book excerpt; Description questioned

Misogyny in military There is a crisis in the ranks of our military so bad it warrants its own name — military sexual trauma. We...

LETTERS: Vote out violence; Dispose properly; Medical politics

Vote out violence As we get closer to Nov. 3, tempers seem to rise on the political stage and even extend to the streets of...

LETTERS: Vulnerable taxpayers; After the fact; How has Trump helped minorities?; Ballot odyssey

Vulnerable taxpayers Mr. Juan Del Bosque Jr.’s letter on Aug. 27 is spot-on, well written and accurate. In a few words he described the many self-sacrificing,...