There’s nothing like an early start. Already, two high-profile candidates have made it clear they will go after the District 1 position on the Board of Supervisors in next year’s election.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Perhaps you, too, spotted the news item saying that the phone companies who until now have used wires to bring our phone calls to us have decided to go out of the wire business.
A letter in Friday’s Tribune from the Honorable Charles Wieland, Madera County Superior Court judge, reminded us of how long it takes for significant public projects to be built.
President Obama’s reluctance to be drawn into Middle East conflicts may make some sense.
Some statistics just make one roll one’s eyes. Like this one: The total U.S. student loan debt is more than $1 trillion, and is incurring interest at 3.4 percent, a rate likely to double.
One thing about the leaker of U.S. secrets Edward Snowden is that whenever he surfaces he shows his true colors. He’s basically a commie, in the derogatory sense.