The recent debates that led to the shutdown of the federal government have revealed little more than what intellectual pipsqueaks the members of Congress and the Senate can be when they really try.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Sunday turned into a day of pleasant surprises when a little band of Maderans went to Selma to enjoy a performance of “The Sound of Music” and get a look at Selma’s new arts center.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has met again, this time in Sweden, to tell us that the world is heating up and that we've just got to do something about it.
Online sex traffickers and porn sites have a new set of friends — certain conservative state lawmakers who are hesitant to allow the attorneys general of 47 states to clamp down on filth such as child porn,
It seems unusual to those of us with any memory for how things work that the cell phone giant BlackBerry is being sold for a fraction of what it used to be worth.
Madera Unified School District Superintendent Ed Gonzalez may have shocked some of his audience last week when he gave a short talk about eight groups of students in the district who are most likely to drop
I stopped at Starbucks for a coffee Friday morning, even though in the Wall Street Journal of the previous day Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz had pleaded with me to leave my civil rights at home.