May 13, 2010 RSS feed / Letters

Agrees with T.O. Acorn editorial

Regarding your May 6 editorial, you said it right–‘‘Negative campaigning hits new lows.”   I have a hard time putting faith into candidates who cannot find enough worthwhile things to say about themselves. More...

Strickland has gone too negative

Quite frankly I’m aghast at the nasty attacks by Audra Strickland toward her fellow Republican, Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks.   More...

Strickland has forgotten what nonpartisan means

I think Audra Strickland cares more about her job than she cares about our jobs. More...

If you care about open space, then vote for Parks

Save Open Space/Santa Monica Mountains proudly endorses the very effective and successful leader Supervisor Linda Parks for Ventura County’s 2nd District. More...

Parks has been incredibly good foVentura County

I’m supporting Linda Parks in her bid for reelection to the county seat of supervisor. More...

Likes the sheriff

I’m writing to answer the April 23 letter to the editor (“Sheriff’s letter was politically motivated”). I would like to clarify three issues for the community. 1. More...

Al Gore isn’t the villain that he’s made out to be

I don’t understand why people accuse Al Gore of being hypocritical for investing in causes and companies he believes in.   That’s called integrity. More...

Parks isn’t all she’s made out to be

I’ve been reading the letters to the editor section of your newspaper about the legacy and accomplishments of Linda Parks. I’d like to add a few that her supporters haven’t mentioned.   More...

Likes incumbent because of courage and intergrity

I support Linda Parks for supervisor because of her courage and integrity. I attended Triunfo Sanitation District (TSD) meetings from the fall of 2003 to the fall of 2006, before I was elected to the Triunfo board.   More...

If smart growth is important, Parks deserves to win

This has been the prettiest spring I can remember in my 14 years as a resident of Thousand Oaks. The green–now mustard yellow–hills around the region have been truly magnificent. More...

A political machine is monopolizing the GOP campaign

As a Republican here in Thousand Oaks, I’m ashamed at the way the Strickland political machine has monopolized Republican politics here. More...

Sick and tired of politics as they are

I was just chatting with a friend about how dishonest politicans are.   His answer, “They all lie,” is a common response I’ve heard for over 30 years. More...

Buildings are too hard to find

Three cheers for Mary Geise’s letter about having address numbers visible to drivers on April 29, “Big buildings need larger street numbers in T.O.” Little bitty numerals are useless to all except pedestrians with binocul More...

Players and hard work led to a great poker tournament

I’d like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who took part in the Kiwanis Club of Thousand Oaks Charitable Foundation’s third annual Texas Hold ’em Poker Tournament and Casino Night which took place on Sun., April 25 More...