March 23, 2017 RSS feed / Letters

Amgen’s silence on pricing unfair to consumers

In the March 16 article on shareholder queries about Amgen’s drug-pricing policies, the Acorn reported the company’s refusal based on law. More...

Housing changes will erode quality of life

First our City Council gave its blessings to the construction of tenements on the boulevard, with their “mixed use” doublespeak. Now, Big Brother in Sacramento— Gov. More...

Sanctuary city policy does not benefit SoCal

Proponents of California’s Sanctuary State (Senate Bill 54) would force law enforcement to not cooperate with federal immigration officers and place cities’ federal funding in jeopardy. An option President Trump may exercise.  More...

Superintendents sold bonds with savings in mind

The Conejo Unified School District seems to be the subject of unfavorable publicity for the siting of the continuation high school and/or the purchase of a building to house maintenance and operations. Perhaps a little positive news is due.  More...

New senator has ‘harebrained’ ideas

Henry Stern (D-Calabasas) is our newbie state senator, and he has an agenda: Lower the voting age to 17, exempt public teachers from state income tax, prevent cannabis overdoses and halt underground gas storage. More...

‘Alternative facts’ may be your own

John Gress (Letters, March 16) was right in his argument about “spewing alternative facts.” It’s just unfortunate that he went against his own logic and proceeded to spew alternative facts because it fit his belief system.  More...