By Cristal Rivera of Madera South High School
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
One of our readers, a Social Security recipient, reports a scam attempt. Someone calling himself Tim McCrae (240-582-1337 Ext. 135) called her and her husband’s home Tuesday.
Twenty young children shot to death. Six adults killed. Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, Conn.
Eggnog seems to be one of those beverages that people either love or hate. There are so many variations in recipes that some are treasured and others are shunned.
Red Line, green line. Or was that a light in the childhood game? Anyway, I have noticed in the infamous, but well-read Red Line lately that the items seem to be a little less negative.
The excellent piece reprinted below from The Blue Review, an online publication of Boise State University (thebluereview.org), presents a point of view the rest of us should know about.
As Congress considers doing away with income tax deductions for mortgage interest, it also is considering doing away with the tax deduction for charitable giving. What’s next? No deduction for children?