The lefties in San Francisco are at it again, trying to ban telephone books. Are they nuts? Phone books are among the basic tools of life, for most of us, anyway.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
Polls show the death penalty is still popular among California voters, so it is unlikely Proposition 34 — which would end the death penalty and replace it with life in prison without parole — probably will f
The other day, I heard President Obama saying his administration had created 78,000 or so jobs in the past month, and if you believe that, I’ve got some nice waterfront property in Parkwood to sell you.
The powers that be in Tehachapi are talking about painting the town pink to observe October’s being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it occurs to this Maderan that a similar gesture might not be such a bad
The dispute under way between Gov. Jerry Brown on one side and the Mungers on the other probably would not happen anywhere but in California.
Proposition 37, which would mandate labeling of genetically engineered food, is a good example of the mischief that can by done through the tyranny of words.
Many states have so-called three-strikes laws, as does California.