August 6, 2015 RSS feed / Letters

Far-reaching rodenticides

This is a case against using rat poison.  Sometime in May we noticed a pair of scrub jays building a nest in our backyard. More...

Market wars

In that meaningless corporatetalk gibberish so brilliantly skewered in “Dilbert,” a spokesman for Haggen assures us that they perform regular competitive checks to assure that their prices are “fair and reasonable.”  More...

Santa Susana clean-up lacking

It was disturbing to read your article that a few people are pushing to have NASA breach its legally binding agreement to clean up all the contamination at the Santa Susana Field Lab (Rocketdyne) by not tearing down the rocket test stands.  More...

Turf wars

In the letter to the editor titled “Turf is tough” by Dan Murphy, neither Mr. Murphy nor The Acorn mentioned that Mr. Murphy owns a company that sells artificial turf.  More...

Faith restored

We’ve been bombarded lately with all sorts of disturbing and depressing news: horrific acts of random violence, unabashed and blatant racism, graphic abuses by those who are supposed to protect and serve, nasty and inappropriate rhetoric by pol More...

Safe vaccines

I would like to weigh in on the vaccine/immunization articles I have recently read in The Acorn. I am very happy the Legislature and Gov. Jerry Brown passed legislation to get more children immunized.  More...

Immigrant song

The random, heartless murder of a young tourist on San Francisco’s Pier 14 by a fivetime illegal alien deportee, who benefited from the city’s sanctuary policy, has law-abiding Americans, law enforcement officials and political opportunis More...

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If you’re a fan of The Acorn Letters to the Editor, you should check out The Acorn Facebook page. It’s a great forum to share your thoughts and feelings on all things local.  More...