If you are a local retailer, chances are you are rooting for the Internet tax bill that passed the U.S. Senate on Monday.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The Affordable Health Care Act (aka ObamaCare) is swooping down on us like a Boeing 747 getting ready to land on SR 99. Once it touches down in 2014, things will never be the same.
Looking through my closet (an activity that always results in vows to “clean this thing up”), I noticed recently that fewer labels on clothing items bear the label “Made in China” than used to be the case.
I got a new watch last week, and I keep looking at it. My old watch had been dropped a few too many times and had given up the ghost. It had run out of time, so to speak.
Tomorrow is Madera’s Relay for Life at Lions Town and Country Park, and it must be said it would be difficult to find a more worth-while effort.
As today is the National Day of Prayer, it seems appropriate to comment on the day and on its implications for us as individuals and as a people.
I happened to switch on television Tuesday morning and noticed that four trials were in the news, where they have been for some time.