Back before there were pollsters to tell people how they felt about everything and everyone, the mood of the electorate could be judged by a loaf of bread. When the price was low, things were okay. I thought about that as I filled my gas tank on the north side of Phoenix and paid $2.79 per gallon.
I am not a fan of daylight saving time.
I went to a Clint Didier rally early this month, covering the event as a reporter.
The Sunnyside City Council to its credit is seeking your input on the budget it is drawing up for 2015.
To look at Herb Collins, you wouldn’t think he was like that. A nicer, kinder guy you never met. But for one evening each year … one little slice of time … he’s downright diabolical.
For some time now we’ve lived with the scourge of civil asset forfeiture, under which the police can seize a person’s property on the mere suspicion it was used in a crime and without having to charge the owner with an offense.
I remember being in a classroom of 36 students when I was in elementary school. Somehow the teacher managed to educate each of us and meet our needs.
Here it comes. Creeping down dark alleys. Overturning garbage cans and spooking black cats.
Twenty years ago, I joined Republican candidates for Congress from across the nation in signing the “Contract with America,” a commitment to the American people for sweeping changes in Washington D.C.
Are you scared of Ebola?
For once, city of Sunnyside officials are taking a cue from how other cities function.
It was a contemplative kind of morning, each member of the vaunted World Dilemma Think Tank seemed to be content to think silently for a change, just sipping on the coffee refills and waiting for Loretta to bring more.
Halloween is only 10 days away. Have you got your candy ready for the neighborhood trick or treaters?
November’s election needs to be about the people who are unemployed or under-employed and how best to increase wages.
Last year, I caught a most interesting episode of Mary Tyler Moore.