I thought your writer Leon Mo’s Meanderings Nov. 29 was inspired, as he usually is when he writes about the desert. I have collected almost all of his Meanderings, and this one was one of his best.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
As most who know me are aware, I have little confidence in government and its leaders. With this vote for water meters by our county supervisors, I have lost all confidence in every one of them.
In 1963, I remember watching a protest in Birmingham, Ala., over the segregation of schools and other issues. The marchers were dispersed with water from high-pressured fire hoses.
December is a great time for people to reflect on their lives that include their families, passions, and community.
Great coverage of local Friday night football, especially the recent Stadium Road Showdown.
The Benghazi hearings have concluded that the White House made the best choices it could with the intel that it had. I think the hearings were held by a bunch of communists in a room.
In regards to Mr. Glynn’s column on Saturday, Nov. 15: Perhaps minimum wage is a cause of income inequality. The minimum is set, and that is all one has to pay to be legal.