When an aide to GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney told CNN that a candidate can “hit a reset button for the fall campaign” when it comes to realigning positions to appeal to a broader span of the electo
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
A U.S. intelligence assessment, released Thursday, points out what many have been saying for a long time: The water wars may go international.
Back in the dark ages, while I was still in college, I was offered a job by a church publishing company in St. Louis, Mo. The company was looking for somebody to edit a magazine, and it invited me to St.
News that the California State University system may close its spring admissions at most campuses next year has brought out the hand-wringers in force. Unless the voters pass Gov.
While we in the San Joaquin Valley remain highly puzzled and not just a little disturbed that the state and the federal governments would want to spend billions building a high-speed track to nowhere through
Spring (aka Vernal Equinox) officially will be here Tuesday, according to Eric Weisstein’s World of Astronomy, and who am I to argue? I am not an astronomer. Yet, I beg to differ, if just a little bit.
The tragedy in Afghanis-tan, in which 16 Afghan civilians allegedly were massacred by an American soldier, is raising a hue and cry for the U.S.