RGC ISD Murders From An Other Angle

 

Very little information regarding motive have been released since the discovery of two Rio Grande City ISD employees, Wednesday morning, March 23. The victims, identified as Oneida Alanis Balderas Garza and Lourdes M. Elizondo(Luna) were found bound, and shot in the head “execution style”, this according from Law Enforcement officials, who arrived on scene shortly after 9:30 a.m. Continue reading “RGC ISD Murders From An Other Angle”

Counter Commentary: Allow Common Sense Safety For All.

Today, The Monitor Editorial Board issued a commentary praising former Edinburg resident, Joaquin Carcano in his efforts to fight back against North Carolina Governor, Patrick McCrory, and his signing into law, the HB2 bill, which overrides individual city ordinances that allows transgender individuals access to any restroom, regardless of gender designation.

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Joaquin Carcano
Governor Patrick McCrory (R) N.C.
Governor Patrick McCrory (R) N.C.

Opponents of HB2 have claimed the bill as “unconstitutional”, “most anti LGBT bill in the nation”, “wrong side of history”, and several inflammatory buzzwords meant to cause panic amongst progressives, and the far left. Continue reading “Counter Commentary: Allow Common Sense Safety For All.”

SPI Disappearances and Deaths at UME Concert Raises Significant Safety Concerns and More Questions.

“Teen Reported Missing on SPI” read the headlines on Monday morning, and for many of us living here in the Rio Grande Valley, there was something quite familiar about this headline.  Almost as though we’ve seen it before.  A year ago to be exact.  In so much, that the circumstances from beginning and into tragic end was coincidentally and eerily similar in both disappearances. Continue reading “SPI Disappearances and Deaths at UME Concert Raises Significant Safety Concerns and More Questions.”