When President Obama discussed income inequality in his State of the Union speech Tuesday night, the casual listener may have been tempted to believe the president knew what he was talking about.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Work is progressing on the 4th Street renovation project, and it has been brought to the point that we can see what a good addition it will be to the community.
Things are different in politics than they once were, and if one looks at them in a bunch, one sees how profound those changes are as a group.
The other day, I heard Madera described as “one of those Podunk towns along Highway 99 in the San Joaquin Valley.” I certainly disagree with that description.
The visit to Madera on Tuesday by German Ambassador to the United States Peter Ammon was primarily about trade between America and Europe, and the economic development it can bring.
The good news is that white potatoes finally have been taken off the black list by the United States Department of Agriculture, according to Elizabeth Williamson, writing in The Wall Street Journal.