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.
Mostly excerpts of columnists published in The Madera Tribune.
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?
NEW MADERA COUNTY LIBRARIAN — A librarian from Fresno has been selected as the new Madera County librarian.
Madera and Fresno counties have quite a bit of mutual history. At the present time on display at the River Center is a book entitled “The Art of Maynard Dixon.”
One of the ideas Congress is debating to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff is to end the income tax deductibility on interest paid on real estate mortgages.
We are in the final countdown and it is 10 days before Christmas. The warm feelings generated this time of year run the gamut touching on all aspects of the human experience.