Of the 11 propositions on the ballot, three have to do directly with taxes — Proposition 30, 38 and 39.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
If you haven’t seen the hilarious video “Pomegranate Rock,” take five minutes and watch it.
Listening to the presentation Thursday by Sue Doman, who told of her sister’s death at the hands of her husband, Drew Peterson, I recalled other stories of domestic violence I have heard over the years, but
The law of unintended consequences has come around to kick us in the pants.
The presidential debates are proving to be almost useless insofar as telling us anything about the candidates.
The lefties in San Francisco are at it again, trying to ban telephone books. Are they nuts? Phone books are among the basic tools of life, for most of us, anyway.
Polls show the death penalty is still popular among California voters, so it is unlikely Proposition 34 — which would end the death penalty and replace it with life in prison without parole — probably will f