Valley Morning Star Editorials

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EDITORIAL: Welcome aid: UTRGV tuition program invests in Valley’s future

We welcome the announcement that the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley will help make the dream of a university education possible for more...

EDITORIAL: Cross check: Linking databases can help maintain files more current

Elections offices in the Rio Grande Valley and across the country report record numbers of new voter registrations ahead of the 2020 presidential and...

COMMENTARY: Something’s off about Elizabeth Warren

By FROMA HARROP, Special to the Star Ed Rendell recently whacked Elizabeth Warren when she bashed Joe Biden for taking rich donors’ money. The former...

COMMENTARY: God takes a beating on television

By BRENT BOZELL and TIM GRAHAM, Special to the Star It’s a fallacy to suggest that in the news media, business trumps politics. CNN’s and MSNBC’s...

EDITORIAL: Free for all: Universal school meal plans deserve strong consideration

Dedicated consumers of news might have noticed a growing trend: students being “meal shamed” when they don’t have the money to pay for their...

EDITORIAL: Understanding: Port training agreement can offer more benefits

It’s gratifying to see that cooler heads prevailed and Texas A& M University, along with Texas State Technical College, will establish a job training...

COMMENTARY: A Hollywood blacklist for Trump backers?

By BRENT BOZELL and TIM GRAHAM, Special to the Star For decades now, the Hollywood left has romanticized those brave Communist Party members who were blacklisted...

EDITORIAL: New alcohol delivery law welcome, promotes safety

Some laws have little purpose other than to give some well connected businesses an unfair advantage over the competition. The Texas Legislature addressed a...

COMMENTARY: Miller revives bad idea by bullying migrant kids

By RUBEN NAVARRETTE JR., Special to the Star SAN DIEGO — Stephen Miller is a magnet for bad ideas. The White House adviser, and de-facto immigration czar,...

EDITORIAL: Basic knowledge officials and public should know on open government laws

You might want to keep this website handy: https://www.texasattorneygeneral. gov/open-government/ governmental-bodies/ pia-and-oma-training-resources. This site, managed by the Texas Attorney General’s Office, offers links to...