February 9, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Lang Ranch editorial was ‘divisive’

Your editorial, “Plan B for Lang Ranch Park” ( Feb. More...

Letter writer should be an inspiration

I read with interest the letter of Lee J. Pappas of Westlake Village (“Panhandlers are trespassing,” Feb. 2 Acorn), frustrated and foiled at his repeated efforts to have beggars thrown off shopping centers.  More...

Nation’s problems can be fixed

This is in response to Wesley Sobel (letters, Acorn, Dec. 22). I am responding to your letter on the proper allocation of worry.  More...

Stop believing lies of the super-rich

Charles and David Koch have billions. They didn’t work for it; they inherited it. More...

Navy offers world of opportunities

My compliments go to the Acorn and to Anna Bitong, the author, for the fine article on Petty Officer Dalton Kotz, the Navy recruiter assigned to Thousand Oaks (“Selling the high seas,” Feb. 2).  More...

Speaker believes tax bills will lose

Last month I enjoyed a memorable experience—witnessing my son speak to the Thousand Oaks Tea Party at BJ’s restaurant in Westlake Village.  It was quite a treat.  More...

Legislature has too much power

Where, when and how did we start losing the freedom guaranteed us by the Constitution of the United States of America?  From the time our founders created the Constitution and our Bill of Rights we maintained a balance between the executive and More...