The gray wolf wandering the mountains of California new probably would be amused at the fuss he is causing. He probably sees himself as a lonely bachelor, looking for love and something to eat.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Some folks have called about yesterday’s column suggesting that many if not most voters are political ignoramuses. Part of the column was a political quiz. The callers asked what the answers were.
A Wall Street Journal columnist reminds us of a sad fact about the American electorate: Many voters are ignoramuses.
Now that Mitt Romney has won the New Hampshire presidential primary, on the heels of winning the Iowa caucuses, it would seem he will be the one to beat.
President Obama plans to trim military spending come as no surprise.
Whether you approve of President Obama’s “recess appointment” of former Ohio attorney general Richard Cordray to head up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, it’s hypocrisy for Republicans to say such a
Writing in the December issue of California Rail News, Richard F. Tolmach reminds us of something that should have been obvious to most Californians...