There are laws of matter. Then, there are laws that matter.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
A friend of mine, who died a couple of year ago, used to go to Bangladesh quite often in his role as a representative of the World Bank.
A few miles south of Jawbone Canyon, I paused at a Joshua Tree. I looked to the northeast as the desert stretched out in front of me for 70 miles.
Legislation making its way through Congress would force online retailers to collect sales tax on merchandise sold to out-of-state customers.
I went to a woman’s funeral in Fresno less than two weeks ago. I did not know her well, but some of those dear to me loved her much. So I mourned with those pained by her absence.
An Oakhurst family, that itself has seen homelessness with a close relative, has hit upon what it believes to be a solution to at least one part of the homelessness problem that faces the county and state.
Like flowers blooming in the spring, Republican candidates for governor have begun to pop up during the last few weeks.