Several months ago a fellow Maderan asked that I dedicate some of my columns to answering questions posed by readers.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
The term has come up again — first as a mention in President Obama’s speech Tuesday on the Syrian crisis, and Thursday in an Op-Ed piece in The New
The truism says that six months is an eternity in politics, with colossal change possible in that short time.
The two women sat mutely beside each other on July 4, 1901, as the train pulled out of the Fresno station heading north toward Madera.
But first, this seems not very Christian-like.