Texas In Texas, the U.S.-Mexico Border is a river, and 95 percent of the adjoining land is privately owned. Anywhere Trump builds his wall in Texas, he’ll have to wrench land from farmers, ranchers, entrepreneurs and deeply rooted Hispanic families. Just downriver from the target land, for example, lies a stretch that includes an RV park frequented by Winter Texans, a bar and grill that offers river cruises, and the historic La Lomita chapel. No construction contract has been awarded there yet, but the feds expect to do so… read more
February 10, 2020
How’s the Wall Going?
Posted in Historic Monuments, Native American Sites, Trump's Wall, Uncategorized