Myths will probably not stop Congress from enacting some major changes in immigration policy this year, but half a dozen or so common shibboleths may well shape the changes that emerge.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
Did you hear about the student whose mother had bought him a really cheap dictionary app for his smartphone? He couldn’t find the words to thank her.
Last Saturday the Madera High School class of 1973 gathered at the Elk’s Lodge to celebrate the 40th anniversary of our graduation.
A lot of hand-wringing and mea culpas were the result when a rodeo clown last week at the Missouri State Fair put on an Obama mask and with the help of an announcer poked some fun at the president.
Lewis Wofford sat down on the front steps of his little cabin in eastern Madera County.
The kids are back to school and going to and from, so be careful.
Senate Bill 7, being pondered by the California Assembly, may be one of the worst pieces of legislation to plague California this year.