President Donald Trump’s latest anointment of an acting head of a major federal agency has prompted muttering, but no more than that, from Republican senators whose job description includes confirming top administration aides.
It’s not safe to swim in the Brazos River that winds through Fort Bend County.
Despite pushback from U.S. business, Mexico and Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump doubled down Friday on his threat to slap a 5% tariff on Mexican imports unless America’s southern neighbor cracks down on Central American migrants trying to cross the U.S. border.
Letters to the Editor
I write this letter to refute Ruben Navarrette Jr.’s idea that invasion means violence (Editorial Page, Wednesday, May 29, 2019).
Mayor William “Bill” Benton has always done his best for what benefits us citizens of Rosenberg. He did it as a councilman and now as mayor. I have always voted for him and will continue to do so because he does the best he can do for all of us citizens of Rosenberg.
Rosenberg city councilman Isaac Davila’s first letter didn’t bother me, but after the second, I’d like to share my opinion. I was involved in city government a long time.
When I moved to Rosenberg 30 years ago, it was a wonderful, quiet town.
Councilor Isaac Davila’s recent letter and his bizarre labeling of Fort Bend Pets Alive! as a “radical” and “harassing” group is not only a sad bullying tactic, it is an outrageous and misleading lie.
I have written many letters to the Fort Bend Herald and complained and/or criticized when I did not approve of our local elected officials’ response or lack of on any number of topics.