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

IN SECONDS! Encapsulates odor-causing molecules Neutralizing smoke, food, pet, and other offensive odors in seconds. Eliminates odors in air and fabrics. Non-staining - Non-flammable. Non-irritating to skin. Works in seconds! Keeps rooms fresh for hours! r s SAssm ©0#H ASSESS! I™ Cranberry, Tropical, Apple, Spring Rain, And the ever popular Natural Citrus. Pat Brown must be turning over in his grave. And a Denver judge recently blocked Colorado’s first school voucher program, calling the plan to give parents in the State’s wealthiest county, checks for tuition at private schools,“ a substantial disservice to the public interest.” And the beat goes on... There is some good news. The University of California regents refused to support a proposal to raise tuition by as much as 16% per year by 2015-16. Tuition already is $ 12,100 a year at a UC campus. At least the trustees at Antelope Valley College, while cutting classes, and not hiring new full time teachers to replace those who resi...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2011

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

‘ MUM’S’ THE WORD: The former McMahan’s Furniture building is soon to be the future home of the R. Rex Parris Law Firm, as announced by the signs. These signs hang without a permit. Lancaster Mayor Parris balked at our request for an interview ■j vSvi « **** - THOMAS FITZGERALD Editor -r Rex Parris FUTUttl New Media, YouTube Fill Void Broadcast of Non-Agendized Public Comment Remains Under Government-Imposed Blackout Wars are not fiscally responsible; they come at an incredible cost, both in terms of human life and in treasure. The U. S. government right now is spending trillions of dollars on no less than seven undeclared, open-ended, no-win wars. None of which serve the interests of The People, in whose name A limited government would also be powerless to conscript an army for its machinations, or coercively retain those already in the ranks. This last item is especially important now, as nearly 100,000 service members have had their enlistment terms involuntarily extended in the ...

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

Antelope Valley Political Observer The Antelope Valley POLITICAL OBSERVER Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Dear Editor: Yes, I can see your journalistic quests in your articles to bridge the gap of keeping government ( not“ gub-mnt”), honest, as is Anderson Cooper’s CNN Motto, “Keeping then Honest.” Your article 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 endorsem...

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

4085 West Av Lancaster, CA Revealing prior knowledge of Grajeda, yet mispronouncing his name when called to the dais, the mayor began chastising Those Who Would Sacrifice A Little Liberty… When Grajeda’s time expired Parris thanked him for his comments and said,“ You’re right, I am the mayor, and they’re [ deputies] being as aggressive as I want them to be. In fact I’d like them to be more aggressive.” a citizen’s concern with law enforcement and explained that his going to the sheriff’s department to try and end the harassment has thus far yielded no results. Lie. #C53 879962 Health Lie # T4064 Grajeda, who had not returned to his seat but stood a few him. Parris explained to Grajeda that he is familiar with his many chronicled encounters with local deputies, having viewed them personally on the on-line at Grajeda’s YouTube channel – americaspolitics - and then added,“ You are taking their time that they do not have. We are short-staffed. We have significant crime problems in this ...

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

After calling for a short recess – the extensive discussion of Palmdale’s proposed power plant had the meeting at over two hours at this point – upon the council’s return and resumption of NAPC, the first speaker called by Parris was his antagonist David Abber. Abber, shown from his right and rear by a wide angle shot throughout his comments, took issue with what he perceived to be the current council and mayor’s failure to appropriately oppose the power plant as the project navigated the permit process. feet away from the speakers’ podium as Parris delivered his rebuttal, stepped back to the microphone and told Parris in response,“ It’s not a price we should pay.” “It is a price we will pay in Lancaster as long as I am mayor,” replied Parris, who went on to explain his philosophy that Americans need to learn to sacrifice some Rights along with a little Liberty at the hands of government in exchange for the promise of government-provided safety. Parris said,“ We are going to have a ...

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

ter” Continuing, Peterson told the mayor that the few extra seconds of time saved by the new policy is not more valuable than a citizen’s Right to ask questions or express themselves, adding, she does not agree with what every speaker has to say, but believes they have the Right to say what they please. Targeting the vice-mayor and what she perceived as less than fair treatment of David Grajeda, whom Smith, as chair, kickedout of a recent meeting, Peterson said,“ I condemn, especially you, Mr. Vice-Mayor, for the shabby treatment given to that young man named David. It was uncalled for. He is trying to understand and begin to learn the political process and it behooves this council to help him. Not hinder him.” The vice-mayor, known for his, at times, haughty and supercilious demeanor, was served a piece of humble pie by Peterson, the spirited senior citizen, when she closed by say- Peterson, the feisty orator, told Parris every individual is entitled to three minutes of speaking ti...

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

The cost of housing has increased astronomically but only the top 5% have had their wages keep up with the costs. For the first time in American history banks own more houses than all the homeowners in America put together. Bully for our side. there was a 32% increase in the number of Americans filing for personal bankruptcy; a whooping 1.4 million. Listen to the Tea Party and you will know the problem is that people are just too lazy to get a job. Between 2001 and 2007, 66% of the income growth went to the top 1% of Americans. In just one year, from 2008 to 2009, So just what are the complaints of the“ dirty hippie, homosexual, terrorist, communist, socialist, jobless, Nazi, antiSemitic, Acorn led” protestors? Well, they seem to be upset that multinational corporations and financial institutions are destroying America. They claim that the middle class is an endangered species and that the top 1% of Americans are sucking the life blood out of the rest of us. Could it be? Where is th...

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

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

As Abber spoke, Parris can be seen busying himself, looking down at and shuffling papers and then engaging in conversation with Councilman Marvin Crist. As Abber continues, Parris is seen fiddling with his personal electronic communication device. Broadcast Exile On the notion that there is a conspiracy afoot regarding the selection of the camera angle used to broadcast Talbot and Abber – only from the backside and then evolving into not being shown at all - The Political Observer spoke with Wendy Williams, owner of Visual Image Productions, the company contracted with Lancaster to direct the broadcast and Next to be called by Parris was David Abber who was given the same camera treatment as Talbot; none at all. Abber spoke about Parris’ desire for a safe City and a dropping crime rate, and then suggested the mayor apologize for the alleged fitness center incident the previous September. Talbot alleged he had been“ accosted,” “abused,”“ harassed” and“ threatened with jail” by the Ci...

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

25 NOVEMBER 1793: In Albany, New York , a group of slaves Rebel and sets a series of devastating fires in the city. SLAVERY NOVEMBER 1835: The Seminole in Florida resist their scheduled removal to the West, thereby setting off the Second Seminole War . It will last until August 14, 1843. Osceola leads the Seminole in this war until he is captured in 1837. 20 NOVEMBER 1969: Seventy-eight Native Americans seize Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay and demand that it be given back to their people. 15 NOVEMBER 1827: The Creek sign a second Treaty, ceding the rest of their Western Georgia lands to the U. S. 03 NOVEMBER 1813: In the Creek Wa r in the Mississippi Valley , General John Coffee leads a Tennessee Militia force in the destruction of the Native village of Talishatchee. NOVEMBER 1817: The First Seminole War begins with the raids by the Seminole along the Florida-Georgia border in retaliation for the destruction of Fort Apalachicola on 27 July, 1816, by a U. S. expeditionary force...

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

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

three signs, was removed in September. When looking north, it intersection of 10th St. West and Avenue L. CDs are $10 each and available at www.MuleBarnMusic.com rue treasures. Your source for original country compositions from the duo of Richard Hoegh and Steve Hill. These two CDs bring uplifting, eight-beat country to your ears. Steve Hill's vocals on newcomer Richard Hoegh's lyrics get you to hang in, hang on, and play them again! Steve's in top form singing and music making bringing you life's rich journeys in a vibrant color and narrative. New, but t Call 661-242-1214 for more information you like.” Since the complaint against the mayor’s signs was made by telephone, not by code enforcement officer initiative, The Political Observer asked Bozigian how code enforcement officers could miss such an egregious and brazen violation. Bozigian said code enforcement is“ primarily complaint driven,” adding, however, that the element of observation provides Bozigian said the signs were sc...

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

and some American politicians, he went back home to become South Vietnam’s first president. nam. The first visible opponents of Diem and his regime were the Buddhist monks of the country. As political as any group of people ever were, thousands of these orange robed monks marched into Saigon to protest Diem’s Page 13 Continued On Page mocracy. In fact, shortly after taking power, he announced that one of his heroes in history was Adolf Hitler. ® Invites You To Our FmrCRACKER 5 STAND mOHTHLf MATCH! Held The Last Saturday of Every Month Starting Feb. 26th Sign-Up Starts at 9 am rophy & 3rd - Prizes hy rd-Prizes Youth 1st-Trophy 2nd & 3rd - Our fun and entertainment. OPEN a. m. - 4: 30 p. m. VISIT US ON-LINE FOR MAP & COUPONS TUES & WED THURS thru MON 8 a. m. – 5 p. m. CLOSED 1 Round of 25 Only $5.50* 4 Rounds of 25 Only $20* (Save 10%) *Plus Range Fees WWW. APLACETOSHOOT. NET J “ALL DAY” / ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP & GIFT CERTIFICATE...

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

1048 E. Ave K in Lancaster Bring This Coupon & Receive Free Delivery ~ ~ Active Military Discount With the television cameras rolling, Madame Nhu declared that these people had“ barbecued” themselves and worse yet, had used foreign bought gasoline. She remarked,“ Let them burn and we shall clap our hands.” actions of terrorizing Buddhists and smashing their temples. Several of them committed suicide in the streets by setting themselves on fire. In a documentary I show to my classes on“ The U. S. and the Vietnam War,” she observed in the early 1980’ s that the“ real problem was America’s arrogance,” the belief that American leaders thought they knew what was best for Vietnam, rather than the Vietnamese. Amen. And the beat goes on... When Diem and her husband were killed, she was in Los Angeles, and stated that“ this is only the beginning of America’s problems in my country.” Oh, how right she was. BIG IR O N BIG IR O N She quickly disappeared from sight and spend the next...

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

TheAntelope EZ FIN ANCIN G TRAD ES WELC OM E 87 th St. Ea s t 138138138138138 VEHICLE LIQUIDATION Charlie Brown Farms 89 th St. Ea s t 8719 PEARBLOSSOM HWY in LITTLEROCK 99 Saturn SC2 Coupe 4 CYL, 1.9L $ 3995 95 Saturn SL1 A/ C, CD, Cruise, $ 3995 95 Mercury Grand Marquis A/ C, Cruise, Tilt $ 3500 94 Ford Mustang GT Convertible $ 4995 95 Corvette A/ C, Cruise, $ 9500 77 Mercedes Benz 240D $ 3995 05 Pontiac Grand Prix OnStar, Spoiler Call Now 04 Kia Rio $ 3995 95 KTM 250/ 350 Motocross Enduro Call Now 66 VW Custom Pick-up Call Now 63 VW Beetle Dual Carbs, Apx 2000cc, Call Now 07 Dodge Charger ABS, Pwr, Navigation System Call Now 55 Ford Call Now 88 Fourwinns Trades Welcome Call Now 03 Dodge Stratus $ 7995 Massey Ferguson Skip Loader Tractor, Diesel Call Now 95 International Flat Bed Tow Truck 7spd, 19.5 Wheels Call Now 73 Ford Mustang Call Now 00 Grand Prix $ 6500 65 Plymouth Valiant Signet Convertible Call Now 64 Ford Thunderbird Runs 390 Call Now 41 Chevy Deluxe 2D Coupe 216.5 Cubi...

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

Since 2005 Published in The Spirit of 1776 © 2011 The Antelope Valley Political Observer All Rights Reserved To Subscribe: 661.942.1996 Volume VII Number 4 Classified Ads On-line at: www. tavpo. com DECEMBER 2011 KNIGHT vs. RUNNER Taxation By Citation 2011 Legislative Session in Review Fifty More Bushels of Corn for the King . JUtv J* X fe* JOHN BRENNAN LewRockwell. com Y ears ago, at its inception, the Internal Revenue Service was duly deputized as the primary government agency responsible for collecting all personal and business taxes. The IRS, as it is referred to by most, has, over the years, grown into a mammoth Prior to election to the Assembly in 2008, Knight served three years on the Palmdale City Council. Upon assuming office in the legislature, Knight left his 17-year career as a lawman with the Los Angeles Police Department. Knight, a Palmdale H. S. graduate, also served in the U. S. Army. Sharon Runner’s political career began with her election to the State Assembly in 2...

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

2 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p Letter to The Editor Taxation B. y Citation The Antelope Valley Law Enforcement POLITICAL OBSERVER Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Is Today’s G. O. P. The Globalist- O. wned Party? Continued From Page In the past, I have been the unlucky recipient of my share of traffic tickets, but have not had one in more than ten years. I was last cited for not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign. I didn’t fight the case and reluctantly paid the $ 40.00 fine. And the amount was just that; $ 40.00. I thought that it was a bit high, but at the time, I remember not feeling overly gouged. Today that same fine would be $ 280.00 dollars; quite an increase in just ten years. 3020 East Palmdale Blvd Suite D # 383 Palmdale California 93550 The November 22, 2011, GOP debate made me mad as hell hearing the Globalist, war-mongering, pro-pagandist-puppet candidates tell...

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

DECEMBER 2011 3 Taxation By Citation . Continued From Page what they were really interested in was writing tickets and towing cars. Later I witnessed something in this same beachfront town that clearly told me that policing has reached a new low when it comes to issuing traffic violations. I was sitting on a bench enjoying the beautiful ocean view in this beachside community when I noticed something peculiar. the five tickets for?” “Five tickets? For what?” asked I.“ For not having seatbelts on,” he said with a look of disgust on his face.“ I was stopped at the light and the cop came up to the window. I thought he wanted to tell me something important or to say hello. So I rolled down the window and he pokes his head inside and says were violating the law and need to pull over up ahead. Issued me a ticket for every one of us. I’m never coming back to this chicken shit place again.” night?” they’ll ask, as if they really care. While they ask this, they get closer to see if they can d...

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

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer KNIGHT vs. RUNNER Continued From Page . 2011 Legislative Session in Review Assembly Bills Vote Knight Runner Brown 29 Pérez ( D-Los Angeles) Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development. 56 Hill ( D-South San Francisco) Gas corporations: rate recovery and expenditure: intrastate pipeline safety. 74 Ma ( D-San Francisco) Public event action plans and cooperative agreements for agricultural inspector services. 97 Committee on Budget - Health care services. 72-6 & 31-3 71-7 & 35-1 66-13 & 22-16 No No Yes No No No No No No No Yes No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No Yes Yes Sign Yes Sign No Sign 59-14 & 36-2 57-18 & 36-3 57-16 & 37-2 69-4 & 39-0 69-8 & 34-4 67-10 & 33-1 63-14 & 35-0 77-0 & 24-14 71-7 & 37-1 56-21 & 27-9 66-10 ...

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