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Cartoonist Chip Bok: Megyn vs The Donald

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Megyn vs The Donald

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Kasich boots Texan for Fox News debate

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Kasich boots Texan for Fox News debate

August 6, 2015     Ohio governor John Kasich entered the fray for the Republican nomination two weeks ago. The Buckeye Gov displaced Texas Governor Rick Perry for the last spot in tonight’s Fox News debate in Cleveland.   Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator.  People like this don’t work […]

Chip Bok: Knowing What We Know Now

Chip Bok: Knowing What We Know Now

  Megyn Kelly asked Jeb Bush if, knowing what we know now, he would have supported the invasion of Iraq. It would be a great question to ask Hillary Clinton since, as a Senator, she voted for the war. Alas, Hillary is above questioning so Megyn’s question is only being asked of Republican candidates. Nobody asked him, but Professor […]

Pinocchio’s Party

Pinocchio’s Party

By Phil Erwin It’s almost surreal: Brian Williams, erectile forever-fixture of the NBC News organization, capsule cast out into the cold. For lying. A $10-million-a-year contract cast aside, sildenafil a storied (pardon the pun) career in tatters. For telling a little lie about taking hostile fire aboard a helicopter in Iraq. Actually, Williams’ troubles stem […]

Three Jeers for Al Jazeera

Three Jeers for Al Jazeera

In a peculiarly cynical move, the American wing of terrorist-tolerant Al Jazeera has officially banned from its English writings these terror-related terms: Islamist, jihad, terrorist/terrorism, radicals, extremist, militants. In directing this jihad on jihadist-centric verbiage, Carlos Van Meek, an executive at Al Jazeera English, explained his directive this way: “One person’s terrorist is another person’s […]

Tell Me (No!) Lies

Tell Me (No!) Lies

By Phil Erwin In a recent article, Gregory Welborn makes an oblique reference to the public perception of politicians as a pack of pathological liars. He was nicer than that, but let’s face it: That’s what we all really think. And that’s what we all know. What Mr. Welborn suggests is that we have grown […]

If You Don’t Watch FOX (redux)

If You Don’t Watch FOX (redux)

by Phil Erwin If you rely on networks other than FOX for your daily dose of news, you might consider carefully the true value of your news sources. Not that FOX is above reproach, nor other networks useless; rather, it’s a question of intent: Does your news outlet intend to present you with facts, and […]

Local Slugger–5 Year Old Christian Haupt on 85th MLB All Star Game Pre-Game Show 2014

Local Slugger–5 Year Old Christian Haupt on 85th MLB All Star Game Pre-Game Show 2014

By Cathy Byrd We hope this video brings a smile to your face even if you’re not a fan of baseball. Christian Haupt of Thousand Oaks was the youngest person to ever throw a first pitch at a Major League Baseball game at the age of 3 and was featured in the 2014 MLB All […]

2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

By Daniel Gelman “Over 50% of Thousand Oaks residents will be over 60 years of age by 2030 or sooner. Some of the nation’s top demographers are concerned about a possible emerging sell-off of homes by senior ‘Baby Boomers.’ But the ‘Millennial Generation’ cannot afford the houses. Some observers say this could lead to the […]

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