I can’t recall ever meeting an American veteran who did not reflect courage. I don’t mean the courage of having been in battle, although I’ve known plenty who have fought for this country.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Scientists are telling us there is a lot bigger chance of being hit by a meteor than they thought.
The conflict involving Madera County Treasurer-Tax Collector Tracy Kennedy Desmond, county Auditor Marcia Hall, county Chief Administrative Officer Eric Fleming and the Madera County Board of Supervisors con
With each day that passes, we get ever closer to that season in which it seems to be our duty to eat large meals — so large they often cause collapse.
One of the things I don’t understand (and there are a lot of them) is why it is so important for people to play with their electronic toys — such as iPads and cell phones — while they are on an airplane.
While many in Congress spent last Tuesday arguing over Obamacare and other testy issues, a number of the government’s more distinguished leaders gathered under the Capitol Dome to play homage to a man who pr
Surviving relatives of people who have been killed in U.S. drone attacks are naturally furious at their loved-ones’ deaths, and are seeking recompense from the U.S. and trying to get the U.S.