If you are like I am, you probably see a lot of people smoking cigarettes here and there, even though the rates of smoking have gone down in recent years.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
On West Sunset Drive, in front of First Christian Church, is one of those reader-board signs you often see in front of houses of worship.
The Republicans have been trying to kill Obamacare over the past many months, to no avail. Obama just ignores them. Perhaps they should see whether they can side with a group to which Obama might listen.
If you have tried to reach me by email over the past couple of days, please accept my apologies.
Something has been happening that is so remarkable it is difficult to believe. Just 10 years ago, it would not have been thought possible; in the early 1980s, it would have been considered a fairy tale.
The rule of proximity is coming into play as the shutdown of the federal government proceeds. The rule of proximity is that the closer you are to what is happening, the more it affects you.
The recent debates that led to the shutdown of the federal government have revealed little more than what intellectual pipsqueaks the members of Congress and the Senate can be when they really try.