People in the newspaper business are doing a lot of navel-gazing since the news came out Monday that Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, has agreed to buy The Washington Post, and some other newspapers the Po
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The president, not content to stay in Washington and run the United States, has been going around the country thumping the tubs for huge new public works projects to put people back to work.
I’ve decided the best performers on television aren’t in any of the shows, nor are they the news anchors.
You can use the tyranny of words to make just about anything sound worse than it is. For example, you can make a political position seem awful.
Edward Snowden, the traitor who broke his vows of secrecy as a contract employ of the National Security Agency in order to become famous and visit China and Russia, has sentenced himself to at least a year i
Some people in the Midwest have become ill with clyclospora, an intestinal parasite, after eating bagged salads, and it proves once again that Mom knew what she was talking about: “Wash those vegetables befo
One can hope that the upcoming talks between the Israelis and Palestinians will result in a lasting peace, but don’t bet your house on it.