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Wilson County News March 13, 2013 2,622 views 3 comments
FLORESVILLE -- The Texas border is not safe, despite comments to the contrary from federal officials. This was the message delivered by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples Feb. 21 in Floresville, as he shared true stories of farmers and ranchers endangered by Mexican drug cartels and violence on the U.S.-Mexico border. . . .
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Hey, Facts. In case you're unaware, the borderlands have a lot of ranches. Ranches fall under the purview of AGRICULTURE! If ranchers are being run off their land by lawless ... Read More
Hey, Facts. In case you're unaware, the borderlands have a lot of ranches. Ranches fall under the purview of AGRICULTURE! If ranchers are being run off their land by lawless thugs, then that affects their bottom line, which eventually will drive up our food prices.
The lack of border security is a major concern on many levels. It's about time state and federal officials actually do something about it!
Texas agriculture commissioner an expert on the border? The DHS is responsible for border security and only they are the experts. It is not Texas responsiblity to secure ... Read More
Texas agriculture commissioner an expert on the border? The DHS is responsible for border security and only they are the experts. It is not Texas responsiblity to secure the border, that is a Federal job. Texas just wants the jobs and money associated with securing the border.