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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2011

Continued Page 7 On Page On Page Continued Page 4 Continued On Page House Subcommittee Examines Relationship Between Rising Prices & Monetary Policy ~. Like most modern conservatives, Hyde’s conspicuous reverence for the U. S. Constitution did not extend to the document’s unambiguous provision that Congress alone has the power to commit the U. S. Government to war by way of a formal, explicit declaration. Conservatives of his type are stridently committed to strict construction of the Constitution regarding every function of the federal government, save only the costliest and most destructive one. Having Congress declare war, Hyde concluded, would be “inappropriate, anachronistic – it isn’t done anymore.” Were Hyde still alive, it would be interesting to ask him this question: Is it more appropriate and up-to-date for the United States to be committed to a war completely unrelated to our national interest by a synod of foreign diplomats meeting in a room on the banks of ...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Member: CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION Silence Dogood Caliber Letters Excepted Continued On Page CALIFORNIA CODE PENAL CODE SECTIONS 490.7 & 538a - 538c DAILYPAUL. COM AE911TRUTH. ORG Letter to The Editor The Fed Undermines . Foreign Policy The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer The Antelope Valley POLITICAL OBSERVER RON PAUL Congressman, Texas ( R) Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Dear Editor, Regarding your reporting on parking space sizes and citations, I wanted to let you know that you are doing a great job! My friend got a ticket at COSTCO for parking with a tire on the line in the handicapped spaces. Her ticket cost her $ 441, which is a lot of The Antelope Valley Political Observer is a First Amendment Free Press. In compliance with Federal Civil Rights legislation, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, anc...

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19 APRIL 1914: In a belligerent move, President Woodrow Wilson asks and receives from Congress the authority to use armed force to make Huerta comply to his wishes. 21 APRIL 1914: The U. S. Navy is dispatched to Vera Cruz, Mexico and Marines take control of the city. Through this port Germany has been funneling arms for Huerta. Americans lose four men and 20 are wounded. Only the timely intervention of the ABC Powers – the governments of Argentina, Brazil , and Chile – as mediators, saves America from getting involved in war. 30 APRIL 1894: Jacob Sechler Coxey leads 400 people from Ohio to Washington D. C. Known as Coxey’s Army, the motley crew marches to protest unemployment; underlying that is their sense that the government refuses to legislate in favor of working people, but feels no such compunction to refrain from legislating in favor of large corporations . Arriving in Washington amid great applause from a waiting crowd, Coxey and his lieutenants are arrested for trespassing ...

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ing year. Central banking has morphed into central planning, explained Grant, and today, the chairman of The Fed, the Ben Bernanke, has become“ the self-appointed booster of stock prices.” The last witness, Joseph Salerno of Pace University in New York, and also vice president of the Ludwig von Mises Institute, attacked the notion that the inflation is necessary as opposed to the deflation. Modern central bankers confuse the deflation with the depression, said Salerno, and these are two very different phenomenon. cifically, its original mandate to furnish an elastic currency, afford a means to discount commercial paper, provide for the more effective supervision of banks, and“ for other purposes.” “We should have known,” said Grant. “’ Other purposes’ was the operative phrase. Mission creep is endemic to bureaucracy, of course, but few government departments have crept, indeed galloped, faster, further, or in a more unhelpful direction than the Federal Reserve.” Dentadura Completa R...

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“You’re right Bill. As long as our people can keep them focused on the pitiful little amount of taxes they pay, we can continue to pay nothing. Let them blame Obama, the Democrats, unions, and seniors for all the world’s problems and we’re home free. God, I love this job.” “Oh, come on Stan, the Tea Party has bigger fish to fry like Obama’s birth certificate, doing away with Meals on Wheels, cutting Social Security and so forth. Better the old folks starve to death than the Tea Party starts thinking about what connection there is between rising gas prices and the price of every single item at Wal-Mart.” “Okay. Hey, Bill, do you ever worry people will catch on? You know, nobody ever protests. You certainly don’t see the Tea Party at the local gas station with picket signs.” “Sure, but what excuse are we going to give the press?” “Oh, same old, same old, Stan. Crisis in the Middle East, price of crude, you know, the usual.” “Stan, Bill from Chevron. Nigel, Bob, and I are all raising p...

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Warner told The Political Observer that he was not part of any group and was there protesting the protesters in the com- The street preacher then implored the anti-war crowd to repent of their anarchist ways and give their life to Jesus. professed his love for Jesus and for the Freedoms Americans enjoy; Freedom that allowed him to do exactly as he was that day, he was quick to add. Kahlor continued,“ In 2006, he was blown-up. He has post traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury. You get him home and say you’re lucky he’s home. But it’s everyday trying to keep these young men and women alive, because they’re promised $ 12,000, and a chance to live in Germany and he fell for it, because he could sign a contract to go to war. He couldn’t buy a car at Cal Worthington, but he could go to war.” Tim Kahlor, father of an Army Veteran who served in Iraq addressed the crowd prior to the march. A member of Military Families Speak Out, Kahlor opened his comments by declaring, “I’m one ...

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Baker reminded his audience that more U. S. service personnel lost their lives to suicide than to combat in Iraq and Afghanistan combined in both 2009 and 2010, according to the pentagon. Vietnam Vet Ron “Derrick Kirkland was killed by this government,” said Baker,“ for sending him to a war he had no reason to fight. Then they neglected him when he asked for help.” 5 Since 1988 Indian Cuisine perialism on March 19 also took place at Chicago, San Francisco, Austin Texas, Baltimore Maryland, Washington D. C., and New York City. Lancaster 945.8009 Palmdale ( Best Buy Plaza) 947.4400 W Ave. 1 [W Ave. JM |W Ave. K UP TO $ 6.99 WHEN YOU BUY ONE, 2ND DINNER IS FREE! FREE DINNER r — — — — — — — — — n “I read but one newspaper and that more for its advertisements than its news.” - - Thomas Jefferson LUNCH BUFFET Expires 30 April 2011 As Kovic finished his speech, bicycle officers of the Los Angeles Police Department lined themselves along the sidewalk at the entrance to Grauman’s Chinese The...

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annual rate. After the public hearing was closed, the council began their deliberation. Councilman Thomas Lackey described the situation as“ a quality of life issue” and said his preference is to ban the practice city-wide, which is not currently permissible under law. No council member wished to comment further and the mayor called for the question. The ordinance was approved 5-0. “Maybe we have to do that,” said Ledford. “When we get a court ruling that supports a citywide [ prohibition], that’s something we will consider as well. Right now the law doesn’t support that so we have to take it in a piecemeal fashion.” This prompted the speaker to question if the City realized their approach to solving the problem meant following the private car sellers to their new location to monitor them there until it becomes a problem. Then the City will be forced to come back and take action again, this time to prohibit the practice at the new location. The next speaker queried why the council d...

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APRIL 2011 we must consider the possibility that those loans are inadvert- but it does seem as though several billions of dollars are unaccounted for. As the world economy continues to falter in spite of - or rather because of - cheap money doled out by the Federal Reserve, its ability to deceive financial markets and American taxpayers is coming to an end. People are beginning to realize that when the Fed in effect doubles the worldwide supply of US dollars in a relatively short time, it has the effect of stealing half your money through reduced purchasing power. Rapid inflation will continue as trillions in new money and credit recently created by the Fed flood into the commodity markets. It is becoming more and more obvious that the Fed operates for the benefit of a few privileged banks, banks that never suffer for bad decisions they make. Quite the opposite - as we have seen since October 2008 - under our current monetary system, politically-connected banks are paid to make bad ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2011

Well, as long as we’re in, we might as well do it to the hilt. In recognition of this principle, the Obama administration has abandoned any pretense of restraint, urging the Security Council for a resolution“ authorizing” a“ range of actions” going well beyond deployment of warplanes over Libya. This meant going the Full Monty in the form of a Chapter Seven resolution – the UN equivalent of a formal declaration of war. As the war-crazed shrike serving as U. S. Secretary of State pointed out, this means that the U. S. and whatever coalition it can assemble will soon be bombing Libya. And once again, Congress played no role in this process. secure an Arab League resolution asking the Security Council to authorize a“ no-fly zone” in Libya, which the public was told would be a“ limited” engagement. “American critics of the United Nations often zero in on its lack of serious military capacity … [ and consider it to be little more than ] ineffective do-goodery gone wrong,” observed Britis...

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“What?” replied the actuary. “Sugar! I need some sugar. I haven’t anymore sugar and the coffee is ready,” I said. Bad choice of words, friend, I thought to myself.“ Sugar!” I said, thrusting my mug towards the finely dressed gentleman. “G-G-Good morning?” said the actuary cautiously.“ May I help you?” “Good morning!” I cheerfully announced as I walked into the office, hair disheveled, dressed in slippers and a robe, in the best of moods. Still dressed in my sleepwear, I took to the street, coffee cup in hand… on a mission! Fortunately for me, around the corner and a few hundred feet down the road was a State Farm Insurance office. There I am the other morning, about 9 a. m., just minding my own business, preparing coffee, when I noticed I hadn’t any sugar. “So, what kind of gum-mints are for sale here at Walgreens? Fascist? Socialist? Communist? Jeffersonian-Republican?” It will be interesting to see what role the War Machine on the East River will play as Washington’s power and pre...

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At'- YOU GET THE GUM-MINT YOU PAY FOR: corporate lobbyist in D. C. shopping for a Congressman. manded. “Now read aisle 5 A only,” “Gum and Mints,” she said. “No, no, no,” I replied.“ Verbatim. Without the ‘ and’ betwixt ‘ gum’ and ‘ mints.’ I kindly de- “What is it this time?” she asked.“ What can On the way home I decided to stop at my local Walgreens; the one place in town I can always count on something go- ing wrong. I don’t like them. They don’t like me. That’s no secret. After the way my day had been going, I was in no mood for phony-balo-ney greetings and pleasantries as outlined in the retail sales associates, customer service training handbook. Today, I was looking for trouble. One cross look from that beadyeyed clerk in photo, or the insincere “Hello. How ya doing?” from that painfully slow, one-person, long-line inducing idiot behind the register, had a good chance of bringing down some bad sess. I made my way to the candy aisle, looked up, and there it was. I couldn’t be...

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in America. Egypt was indeed a bottom up revolution, led by a cross section of the Egyptian people. The U. S. stayed the hell out, and things have turned out quite well. The problem is that sooner of later a nation’s people rise up and demand real change, and the longer the misery has lasted, the messier the revolution will be. What conservatives really wanted to see happen in Egypt was for a reactionary, secular government to take power, one that benefits the wealthy, ignores the poor, and sides with America in foreign policy. In other words, another Mubarak. cept Communism. There was no middle ground. And many Americans fell for that crap. Buy Green, Live Green, Go Green! See the iatest Green Products & Services at the Nation's Premier Eco-Friendly Tradeshow www.GoGreenExpo.com Home & Building Products, Health & Beauty Supplies, Green Kid Zone, Eco-Fashion, Hybrid & Electric Cars, Eco Pet Supplies, Energy Alternatives and more! 1201 ...

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