Charlie Brown

‘Good grief!’ Charlie Brown explores the natural world

Poor Woodstock. He may be Snoopy’s sidekick, but the bright yellow bird in the “Peanuts” comic strips suffers from an identity crisis. Just what kind of bird species is he? ...

Looking back at 2007

The year 2007 brought Auburn a change in Placer High head football coaches, a King in trouble and a congressman under fire. Placer Vineyards, a new dog park and Best Buy were appro ...

Reader slams ‘carpetbagger’

I think it’s an amusing metaphor that Charlie Brown is moving on to bigger and better things in the Homeland Security Council while Auburn is stuck with a know-nothing carpetbagg ...

Developers suffer slings, arrows

Rewriting the notebook while noting that our biggest problem these days might be that we’ve gone from revering our Founding Fathers to worshiping our Funding Flounderers ... Ano ...

Brown hastens US downfall

Conratulations to you, Charlie Brown, for your appointment to Obama’s homeland security council, Journal, Nov. 12. Obama’s support to you is a tribute to your loyalty to oppo ...

Democratic spending policy undermines self-sufficiency

Look at all the letters criticizing Congressman Tom McClintock’s opposition to Obama’s budget/economic “stimulus”! McClintock is correct in strongly opposing historically u ...

McClintock stays away from earmark spending

Remember when Charlie Brown told us John Doolittle was caught in the “culture of corruption,” and his prime example after Jack Abramoff was all those earmarks. While campaign ...

Charlie Brown dead wrong about stimulus earmarks

In Charlie Brown’s editorial (Journal, March 5), he mentions “the recently passed and earmark-free federal stimulus bill.” He is wrong! The stimulus bill has numerous earmark ...

Government cannot spend its way to general prosperity

I thank my friend, Charlie Brown, for recently cataloging the Democrats’ legislative agenda so comprehensively (Another View, March 5). He is correct that I have strongly opposed ...

McClintock must find ways to say yes to help district, country

It’s official: Tom McClintock will be the 4th Congressional District Congressman for 2009 and 2010. In a race featuring barbs over “carpetbagging” and patriotism that went i ...