As an avid reader, I read the entire Tribune in a prescribed order, starting with an often-futile search for the Mallard Fillmore comic strip and then directly to the Opinion Page.
Letters to the editor
Letters to the editor from readers of The Madera Tribune newspaper.
I recently had the privilege of attending the Republican Party of Madera County’s regular monthly meeting. The featured speaker was Congressman Tom McClintock.
We have a problem in America being disobedient to the word of God. He gave believers His word to live their lives according to His word.
In Coate Tales, Wild Bill talks about John Bidwell being arrested by the then Mexican Authority for being an “illegal immigrant.” Your editorial on the AP’s stylebook notes that the AP is going to stop using
Secularism is a religion; the focus of their faith is the “god of self” and what they believe to be right or wrong.
Did you catch the “political correctness” in the March 25 Madera Tribune?
I am an old sugar tramp who terminated his 17-year career with Amstar Corp., Spreckels Sugar Division in 1983, when things got strange. This article (on sugar beets) is of great interest to me.