The Bitcoin people seem to be having terrible problems lately. The federal government in all its enforcement entities is ganging up on the Bitcoin business.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
“I had polio when I was 13 ... Polio is just a memory now, but it was a horrible disease. I got it a year or two before Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine was distributed.”
The Pew Research Center reported Tuesday that three-fourths of Americans believe marijuana probably will be legalized for recreational use across the nation.
“I’m going to enjoy my new job setting up a charitable foundation focused on the areas of pediatric health, child hunger and education.”
— B. Raymond Buxton
The Legislature heard Thursday from the chair of the High-Speed Rail Peer Review Group, and the news wasn’t good.
I happened to see a commercial Thursday for Florida Power and Light Co., showing off its new solar power plant.
Our hearts go out to the folks searching for loved ones in the river of mud and debris that hit the Washington State village of Oso. More than 100 may be dead. Residents are reeling from the losses.