Like most people, I always have been on the lookout for the Next Big Thing so that I can invest my $35 in savings in it and afford to retire to a lifestyle to which I would like to become accustomed.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush made news recently when he said we Americans could get out of this recession if only we would work harder and stop complaining, so I thought I would give it a try.
It’s back to the future, apparently, among some doctors who are getting back into the practice of making house calls.
I see where Stephen Hawking, the British genius, believes he can contact extraterrestrial life as long as he can spend other people’s money, which may not be a bad way for him to earn $100 million.
Frederick Douglas, the abolitionist, is supposed to have said, “I will work with anyone to do good, and with no one to do harm.”
If you look at that quote, it seems to make sense.
In the discussions about California’s drought and what to do about it, we hear more and more a sub-discussion about whether the state just has too many people now, given that its water infrastructure, roads,
I heard this the other day: "We may be blessing blind."