Some statistics just make one roll one’s eyes. Like this one: The total U.S. student loan debt is more than $1 trillion, and is incurring interest at 3.4 percent, a rate likely to double.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
This past week has taught me two important lessons. First, blending a can of sweet corn into a fruit smoothie one is making may not be as clever an idea as it seems.
One thing about the leaker of U.S. secrets Edward Snowden is that whenever he surfaces he shows his true colors. He’s basically a commie, in the derogatory sense.
Fears abound as California faces the reality that besides all its other natural wonders, it sits atop an Arabian-sized oil and natural gas bonanza that can only be exploited via the process of hydraulic frac
With the little fat guy in North Korea throwing around threats like baseballs at a Giants pre-game warm-up I was reminded of another tense time on the Korean Peninsula 45 years ago.
Forty years ago this month, 372 of my classmates and I graduated from Madera High School.
Jesus said, “Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today.”
— Matthew 6:34