I don’t know about you, but I missed our Fun Friday column due to Independence Day and no paper. I’m trying to make up for it here but nothing comes to mind.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
One of the most interesting recent books is “James Madison: A Life Reconsidered.” It may not be burning its way to the top of best-seller lists right now, but among historians, it is getting good reviews.
GEORGIA-PACIFIC LAUDED FOR HIRING VETERANS — Madera’s Georgia-Pacific Corporation has been awarded a certificate of commendation from the California Employment Development Department for outstanding service
On Friday, we celebrated American Independence Day, the date the Declaration of Independence was signed. That was the 238th anniversary of what many believe to be the country’s birthday.
The year is half over. There is only one summer holiday left and then it will be fall my favorite time of the year. These triple digit days are miserable.
“I would possess a host of lovely things, / But I am poor and such joys may not be. / So God who lifts the poor and humbles kings / Sent loveliness itself to dwell with me.”
President Obama and the Republicans in Congress continue to argue about so-called immigration reform, and well they might.