Now that the Super Bowl is over for another year, we might look at a few assumptions about the game that may be true ... and then, again, may not. In their popular book “Freakonomics,” authors Steven D.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
This week the California High-Speed Rail continued to bluster about plans to begin construction of the bullet train this year.
I’m mud puddle famous. Doubt me? Well, your skepticism means you’re reading my words, which proves my point, soggy and murky as it may be.
Former Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., found it tough sledding with his former Republican colleagues in the Senate, where he underwent a grilling on his confirmation for defense secretary.
From the moment it became clear last fall that Democrats won supermajorities of slightly more than two-thirds in both houses of the California Legislature, Proposition 13 has been in the political crosshairs
During the 1930s and 1940s, Charlie Low’s Forbidden City was in its heyday.
The big game is upon us. Don’t exactly know how many trillions of dollars are bet on the Super Bowl, but I know I’ve got a dinner wagered on the Niners.