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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

As I stood cuffed, Harvey took the keys and searched the car and trunk. As he did so, a person with a badge in plain clothes drove by and offered to help Harvey. This person, who I attempted to engage in conversation as he stood beside me, said his name was May. May claimed he had no first name and said he did not know his badge number. Bullies With Badges After a short while, a person in uniform with a badge named Navarro - badge number 5260 – replaced May. Looking into Navarro’s eyes, I knew I was in serious trouble because knowing that the eyes are the window into one’s soul, looking into Navarro’s eyes, your editor EDITOR’S NOTE: The following chronology of events is from the notes written immediately upon returning back to the newsroom after being released. I directed his attention to a few copies of The Political Observer that were on the hood of my car and told Harvey,“ There’s my story right there and I’ll let it speak for itself.” When Harvey cuffed your editor, being the p...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

leave.” Deputy Grajales pleaded with your editor not to do so, saying,“ Be smart. Let it go. Please. For your own good.” Moving on in our conversation, I explained to Deputy Grajales about the assault against me by Tony Cruz, the actions of Navarro, and the threat of violence by Huelga, and said I wanted to file a complaint. “No,” said I.“ You did not take an oath to uphold the law. Try and remember. It’s important.” “To enforce the law?” Deputy Grajales asked. “No, deputy,” said I.“ You took an oath to support and defend the Constitution and Bill of Rights.” The Best Educational Tool This unique 12-month 11x17 large print colorful wall calendar displays and explains the Bill of Rights, the proper use of them, how they apply to us today. Teaches our" Inalienable Rights".. . What isaCiG? in over 200 years! It helps in court actions: serving on a jury, on trial, answering judges. Quotes from our Forefathers, on Law, Scripture. - A great gift idea! - If we expect our children to have t...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

Realizing this was going nowhere fast, your editor decided to get to the point and attempted to begin explaining how Navarro had twisted the cuffs into my wrists while I was detained and told me to“ shut up and deal with the pain,” but as soon as I said Navarro, Melville interrupted once again and said,“ DEPUTY!” insisting I refer to Navarro as“ Deputy Navarro.” Ignoring his non-lawful command, your editor once again attempted to explain and yet Interrupting yet again, this time hollering, Melville said,“ YOU’RE THAT GUY WITH THE CAMERA!” “No,” said I yet again.“ I’m the working jour- nalist…” Interrupting yet again, this time talking louder, Melville said,“ You’re that guy with the camera.” Interrupting again, Melville said a bit louder, “You’re that guy with camera.” “No,” said I.“ I’m a working journalist with the Political ….” “No,” said I, correcting Melville.“ I’m the working journalist who…” A public records request was submitted for a copy of the Notice of Violation issued t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

Hosted by College of the Canyons - Santa Clarita, CA Small Business Development Centers CALIFORNIA Benefiting Online ticket sales start Dec. 1,2011 or (661)255-7063 For information & registration www.bizathomeexpo. com Page 13 Continued On Page Santa Clarita, CA Sat. Feb. 18,2012 9:00-5:00 Sun. Feb. 19, 2012 10:00-4:00 START, IMPROVE OR GROW YOUR HOME-BASED BUSINESS According to Michael Scheuer, who headed the CIA’s bin Laden unit from 1996 to 1999: “In the long run, we’re not safer because we’re still operating on the assumption that we’re hated because of our Freedoms, when in fact we’re hated because of our actions in the Islamic world. There’s our military presence in Islamic countries, the perception that we control the Muslim world’s oil production, our support for Israel and for countries that oppress Muslims such as China, Russia, and India, and our own support for Arab tyrannies.” canism. A 2006 National Intelligence Estimate concluded that the war in Iraq incre...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

“I am at war with your country. I’m at war with them not for personal reasons but because they have murdered so many children and they have oppressed my religion and they have oppressed people for no reason except that they say we believe in Allah. This is the only reason that America sponsors Egypt. It’s the only reason they sponsor Turkey. It’s the only reason they back Israel. OK?” LIBERATION ARMY, FIFTH BATTALION” actions of their government and they must question all of the crimes that their government is committing against other people. Or they – Americans – will be the targets of our operations that could diminish them. Listen to Richard Reid , the convicted“ shoe bomber.” From his 2003 court appearance: “With regards to what you said about killing innocent people, I will say one thing. Your government has killed 2 million children in Iraq. OK? If you want to think about something, 20 against 2 million, I don’t see no comparison. OK? CAMPANO LAW GROUP ANGELO F. CAMPANO ATTORN...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

In reality, the so-called“ debt limit” has absolutely nothing to do with how much money Congress will spend in the future. The reason the debt ceiling had to be increased was to If you are anything like me, then I know you have been overjoyed and on the edge of your seat regarding the“ debt ceiling” debate that went on and on for the past several months. Jousting Alliance PresemT^^^CTI — t where the whole family and kids, of any aqe c*nT « 0 S, participate and enjoy a | During the early 1930s, the U. S. suffered In the real world, if you don’t pay your car note at the end of the month, you lose your car. But Congress has to borrow more money to pay its tab for the past year. Over the past 100 years, Congress has, from time to time, spent more money than it took in from revenue. Most of the time this occurred when a recession hit and tax revenue decreased, or when the nation went off to war, and money had to be borrowed to pay for it. pay the bill for the money Congress spent the pre...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2011

The William J. "Pete" Knight veterans Home of California—Lancaster is a60-bed Residential Care Facility, also known as "assisted living "The Veterans Homeopened in 2010 and is currently accepting applications for residency. The Veterans Home provides residents with individualized care within a homelike environment that contributes to selfreliance and an independent lifestyle. It offers an enhanced plan of amenities, including: The Veterans Home is located in the picturesque high-desert area of Southern California, just off the Antelope Valley Freeway, an hour's drive north from the San Fernando Valley. Lancaster and The Lancaster Veterans Home is Currently Accepting Applications for Residency! nearby Palmdaleoffer recreational and educational opportunities, including the: Baseball Stadium • Prime Desert Woodland Preserve • Lancaster Center forthe Performing Arts, and • Parks, shopping centers and movie theaters Walk of Honor • California Poppy Reserve. JetHawks • Antelope Valley Fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

Voting by Mail Made Easy Continued On Page College Hosts Candidates’ Forum On a national level, the United States was a radically Free country, as far as drugs were concerned, until the early 20th century. A 1906 federal law involved small interventions into the drug market but it wasn’t until 1914, in the middle of the horrible Wilson Administration, that the Harrison Narcotics Act was signed, signifying the beginning of the end for Ameri- But they do not appear to realize the origin of these terrible anti-Liberty attacks, even when the answer is most obvious. Indeed it was in California that the“ War on Drugs” began. The 1875 Opium Dens Ordinance, mostly targeting Chinese immigrants, forever marked San Francisco as a pioneer among Prohibitionist municipalities. A State-level law in 1891 mandated warning labels for opium. In 1907 California required prescriptions for opium sales and the drug and paraphernalia were banned statewide in 1909. The same year the U. S. sent Hamilton Wrig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer The Antelope Valley POLITICAL OBSERVER Warrant- le. ss Searches Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Dear Editor, If you rent an apartment in Lancaster or Palmdale, you no longer have any Fifth Amendment Rights. The cities have found a way to bypass such protection. Member: CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 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, ancestry, religion, or absence of, sex, age, disability, marital staus, sexual orientation( s) or veteran status in our employment. The Antelope Valley Political Observer has not investigated any services, products, politicians or organizations advertised in this issue, and publication of such advertising does not imply endorsement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

4085 West Av Lancaster, CA (SlbdLEafloiills Page 9 The mayor having all speaker cards in his possession has the privilege to call forward any speaker at any time in any order he pleases. At the council’s first meeting of 2011 Lyle Talbot was the first speaker called by Parris. The camera angle Continued On Page Enemies First? The Political Observer conducted a review of every NAPC portion of every council meeting in 2011. Under NAPC rules, any member of the public has up to three minutes to address the council on any City/ Redevelopment Agency ( RDA) business not listed on the agenda. A strict interpretation of the rule as published in the agenda – limiting NAPC to speech“ regarding City/ Agency business” only – implies the mayor has the power to arbitrarily object to and silence any speaker choosing to not limit their comments to within the confines of nonagendized City/ RDA business. The most recent agreement between Lancaster and Visual Image Productions was executed on May 26, 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

Stults said when a single board member represents the one dissenting vote, sometimes the smart thing to do is to unify the board by casting a vote with the majority, preventing disunion with a 4-1 split vote. Ultimately, said Stults, after having debated an issue, school boards tend to come together by unanimous vote for the benefit of their community. As a child advocate in Family Law Court, Fox said he has developed a talent to get parents who are polarized to come to The incumbent said the opinion that board members do not have disagreements is a“ misnomer,” saying behind closed doors there is plenty of heated discussion unseen by the public. Suggesting“ in the outside world five strong-minded people rarely agree about everything,” Seefus was asked by the moderator how he plans to publicly express disagreement with other board members. Chavez said inequitable budget cuts among campus interest groups over the previous year have caused animosity among the many campus factions, addi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

Effective January 1, 2013, AB 131 will make this limited pool of students eligible to apply for Cal Grants and other State aid. EDITOR’S NOTE: Governor Brown signed the Dream Act into law on October 8, a few weeks after the candidates’ forum. According to the governor’s website, AB 131, authored by Assemblyman Gil Cedillo ( D-Los Angeles) allows students on the path to citizenship to apply for college financial aid. Under current law, undocumented students pay resident tuition rates if they have graduated from a California high school and affirmed that they are in the process of applying to legalize their immigration status. Stults explained that the Dream Act would permit children of undocumented immigrants in California to legally apply for and receive financial aid while attending college. He said it is difficult supporting legislation granting financial aid to illegal immigrants, adding,“ I’m not sure it was the right decision” for legislators to approve the Bill. Fox said he is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

Following Talbot was Abber, who was shown from behind for the first minute of his three-minute speaking time, up until he began complaining about Parris’ selective enforcement of rules, specifically citing the previous meeting when Parris permitted one speaker to address the council even though she failed to submit a speaker’s card in time. With these comments, the camera feed switched to a shot of the council, from the council’s right, with the right margin of the shot ending just short of capturing Abber, eliminating him from the feed. This angle was held for a short time until returning to Abber’s backside. At the council’s regular scheduled meeting on January 25, 2011, the first speaker under NAPC once again was Talbot. Telling the council their meeting time of 5 p. m. makes it difficult for residents who commute to Los Angeles for work to attend, his comments were broadcast using the camera positioned directly to his rear, leaving the viewer to look at Talbot’s backside and bac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

Even though no one else is allowed to buy or use it, the U. S. military began experiment- A 1984 law banned any drug“ substantially similar” to Schedule I or II drugs in either effect or molecular configuration. Ecstasy, or MDMA, one of the most demonized chemicals in recent years, was used legally for over seventy years since it was first synthesized in 1912, then banned by the DEA in the mid1980s over the protests of many in the medical community who cited its beneficial therapeutic effects. that led to this huge decline in our Liberty. Every drug that was outlawed from then on was simply the next domino in line. Psychedelics like LSD were targeted in the mid-1960s ( yes, they were actually perfectly legal before that). In 1970 the federal government adopted the tyrannical Controlled Substances Act, a comprehensive scheduling scheme to give the government carte blanche over every substance. But reformers who focus on the relative harmlessness of pot and thus argue for legalizing i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

iean Jousting Alliance Pre event where the; whole family and kids of any age "n. mteh.Rarticipate and enjoy a wonderful experience There were, of course, exceptions. The Puritans built Harvard in 1636, and wanted their When we ultimately became a nation after the Revolution, formal education smelled too much like Europe with its elitism and class system. As thousands of Europeans left home in the 1600’ s and 1700’ s for economic and religious reasons, very few of them arrived on our shores thinking a public school system was important in their lives. A Scottish reformer, Frances Wright, came to America in the 1820’ s and could not be- Thomas Jefferson placed education high on his list of priorities. One of his proudest accomplishments was the founding and drawing up of the architectural plans for the University of Virginia. By 1815, when the snooty Federalist Party died out and the Jacksonian Democracy“ common man” movement took over, education suffered. flock to read the Bible in o...

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