Unbeknown to most of us, the bus is making a comeback. I’m not talking about the school bus, but about the Greyhound.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
One of the hallmarks of our times is that one group of people is constantly telling other groups what to eat and drink.
The cat from whom we rent our house (cost: two, and sometimes three, dishes of kibble a day) knows something I don’t. She is starting to thicken up. Actually, it is her coat that’s thickening.
One of the stories that’s just coming out is what happened to Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens just before his death during a riot at the American consulate in Banghazi, Libya.
Where else but in California, where legislation by ballot box is so common, would three tax increases — Propositions 30, 38 and 39 — appear on the same ballot at a time when tax hikes are likely to less popu
News that New York City has banned the sale of sugary drinks by restaurants and others in containers larger than 16 ounces once again makes one want to scratch one’s head.
Christopher Stevens, the 52-year-old American ambassador to Libya who died as the result of an attack Tuesday by Syrian thugs on the U.S.