South Texas has a lot of private property. One of the larger barriers to building a border wall along the Rio Grande. An example of some of those fighting for their land
Cemetery at risk
Once again at port of entry. Particularly in TX, seems like useful to have vehicle on both sides to smuggle – and the Rio Grande tends to divert this to points of entry (at least after Presidio)
A summary of importance of produce trade in Pharr
Some folks aren’t happy with fuss over the border and impacts on trade. Opportunity is staring right at us and we’re focused on slowing down, not increasing, trade. Again, what exactly are we doing?” Stop looking at the border as … Continue reading →
There are a few spots where the wall either cuts off or potentially will go over cemeteries. There is this cemetery and site with the underground railway near Pharr Also of interest to native americans Another cemetery near San Juan … Continue reading →
Another large drug seizure. Once again at a port of entry where a wall wouldn’t have changed things.