I cannot tell a lie. There’s a movement afoot to get rid of Presidents Day and restore Washington’s and Lincoln’s birthdays to their proper days — Feb. 22 for Washington and Feb. 12 for Lincoln.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The feds and local law enforcement agencies are threatening to seize the property of farmers who allow large marijuana gardens to be cultivated on their land, another attempt at trying to get a rope over a h
The German Bundestag has voted to pump more euros into Greece, but the German people aren’t sure that’s a good idea. The Deutsche Leute may be right.
Before long, we will be seeing drones fly over us, just as they have been seeing in Afghanistan and Pakistan — just before the drone shoots at somebody. Fortunately, the drones which fly through U.S.
President Obama, to his credit, last week called for a “privacy bill of rights” that would let people keep their online data from being used to track and barrage them with special pleading — otherwise known
A Field Poll conducted earlier this month is finding great support for raising income taxes on wealthy people. Since so few of us are wealthy, that isn’t surprising.
Should it be against the law for one to lie about one’s military service — in essence to lie about having received military honors? Congress made it illegal in 2006, and that law is now before the U.S.