After all these years, I find that I was a free-range kid, and that my parents were guilty of “unsubstantiated child neglect” for letting me walk to such places as school, and the city park without an armed
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Driving to work Wednesday, I passed a service station sign advertising gasoline for $3.39 per gallon — a spike of 79 cents a gallon over a month ago.
At the beginning of his first term, President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize after having done nothing to earn it; which wasn’t his fault.
The announcement that no federal surface water for irrigation will be allocated this year to the Central Valley was not unexpected; it is jarring, nevertheless.
With any luck, it will be raining on us by the time you read this; but even if it is, we’ll still be in a drought when those rain clouds leave.
President Obama’s veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline bill was no surprise; he had threatened to kill it. There is a chance the veto will be overturned by Congress, but that is no sure thing.
Shelly Palmer, who writes a technology blog and appears on television as a technology guru, believes the biggest danger we face is not being hit by a comet from outer space, or being buried by another gigant