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

DECEMBER 2011 5 KNIGHT vs. RUNNER Continued From Page Page 4 . 2011 Legislative Session in Review Senate Bills Vote Knight Runner Brown XI 2 Simitian ( D-Palo Alto) Energy: renewable energy resources. X1 4 Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review – Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Account. X1 8 Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review – Redevelopment. 24 Simitian ( D-Palo Alto) Personal information: privacy. 29 Simitian ( D-Palo Alto) Vehicles: automated traffic enforcement systems. 38 Padilla ( D-Pacoima) Radiation control: health facilities and clinics: records. 43 Liu ( D-Pasadena) CalFresh Employment and Training program. 74 Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review; Developmental services. 80 Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review. State government. 82 Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review. State cash resources. 201 DeSaulnier ( D-Concord) Flexible purpose corporations. 226 Simitian ( D-Palo Alto) Environmental quality. 235 Negrete McLeod ( D-Chino) Water conservation districts: redu...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 December 2011

6 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Taxation By Citation . Rich People Are Nice People Continued From Page for their mistakes, the American people pay. Doesn’t your gut feeling tell you this new way of policing is wrong? It does me. LIBBY DONOVAN Contributing Writer In 2008 the irresponsible choices made by these hardworking, supposedly intellectually superior beings, brought us calamity. The American economy, and indeed the world economy, went belly-up. So, the desperate cities and counties continue on with these tactics and no one seems to fight back. Along with tolerating groping at airports, we tolerate these checkpoints. We accept being questioned by idiots in uniform, and fear them knowing they have the ability to make our lives very uncomfortable. We have come to accept forced compliance. If we speak out, we know we may not get on that airplane, or we may be pulled out of our autos for further scrutiny, so we keep our mouths shut. Those in positions of power kno...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 December 2011

DECEMBER 2011 7 p ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS ~ ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 POLITICAL OBSERVER ON-LINE CLASSIFIED ADS ON-LINE @ www. tavpo. com ROBERT L. PLUNKETT ROOM AVAILABLE Lancaster Westside Internet & House Privileges Female Preferred No Smoking, No Illegal Drugs No Pets, DIRECTV $ 500/ Month Includes Utilities Hablamos Espanol 760.583.2999 HOUSE/ ROOMS FOR RENT IN PALMDALE Upstairs 2BD / 1BA Full House Privileges Laundry Room Large Kitchen Large Living Room Secured Backyard & Internet Near Schools, Shopping & Transportation Hablo Espanol 661.510.6106 FOR SALE BY OWNER 5 Acres In Agua Dulce Off Red Rover Mine Rd. Near Country Breeze Lane Lovely View Of Hills $ 35,000 OBO Call Jean 323.292.6465 Or e-mail: jeangordon6@ yahoo. com ATTORNEY AT LAW 20,000 SQ. FT. SALES LOT Auto, RV, SINCE 1977 IN THE AV SINCE 1997 Mobile Home High Traffic NW Corner Sierra Hwy. & ...

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

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer DAILYPAUL. COM . Mayor Censors Council Meetings Christ was opposed to how the mayor conducts himself? Would you cast Him out? Would you have Him threatened? Would you have Him arrested? Would you even have Him assaulted and bullied?” agendized portion of these meetings until otherwise instructed by the City Council,” wrote Cabral. Continued From Page Page 5 jobs?” asked Abber.“ Where’s one job?” Good For The Goose… When asked when and how the council came to this decision - by vote at a council meeting or by agreement made behind closed doors amongst themselves - Cabral referred The Political Observer to the October 11, 2011, meeting where Parris’ made the announcement to censor NAPC. After researching and speaking with City employees, Abber said he learned the City required applicants to submit to a drug test as a condition of employment and then asked Bozigian to confirm the veracity of his statement, which the city manager decline...

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

DECEMBER 2011 9 This In ARTS/ CULTURE tion by a single State . 19 DECEMBER 1732: In Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin begins publication of Poor Richard’s Almanac , which becomes the most popular of the various Colonial almanacs, selling around 10,000 copies per year. Franklin’s inventiveness is apparent in his creation of the character of Poor Richard, a homespun philosopher and commentator, and his witty sayings. 07 DECEMBER 1830: As the split between President Jackson and Calhoun continues to grow, the president and his advisors decide to publish a “ Jackson Administration newspaper.” They choose Francis P. Blair of Kentucky to edit the Washington Globe , and the first issue appears this day. Another newspaper, Duff Green’s United States Telegraph , which has a loan from the Bank of the United States – an institution that President Jackson does not support – soon becomes an Anti-Jackson Administration newspaper . 05 DECEMBER 1831 : Ex-President and Anti-Mason John Quincy Adams , so...

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

10 10 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer ■ . Mayor Censors Council Meetings Got Roofing? Human Relations Commission… err on the side of love and fairness. Let love win. Restore the public comments portion on video.” Continued From Page – the first speaker called under NAPC was David Paul who brought along a family member to video his comments for posterity in lieu of the City’s broadcast blackout. Final Touch Roofing Inc. After Paul, there were five speakers called before Abber, to include David Grajeda. It is unknown how a speaker’s card with David Grajeda’s name appeared before the city clerk since Grajeda was unable to submit one himself having been arrested outside City Hall prior to that evening’s meeting. Paul acknowledged taking advantage of NAPC and turning it into his“ personal form of expression.” This, Paul explained, he has been doing prior to Lancaster broadcasting council meetings. Paul noted this fact to support his argument that for him, speaking at NAPC...

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

DECEMBER 2011 11 . Mayor Censors Council Meetings rules imposed on speakers and described them as an impediment and hindrance on The Peoples’ Right to participate in City business. She said not broadcasting NAPC is the latest of a long train of abuses perpetrated against The People by the Lancaster council. ion piece titled,“ Abusing Freedoms Never Ends Up Well,” and written by publisher Fran Paolinelli, baseless accusations were leveled against The Political Observer . person contacted The Political Observer seeking coverage of Parris’ censorship edict and there is no conspiracy afoot betwixt The Political Observer and any Parris antagonist. We believe Paolinelli’s confusion stems from what psychologists refer to as projection – a guilty conscience; accusing others of what the accuser is guilty of, in this case, conspiracy. Continued From Page Page 10 trial hearing is scheduled for January 12, 2012, at the Antonovich Courthouse. In-depth reporting on Grajeda’s jailing and court app...

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

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . When Failure is a Good Idea RALPH S. BRAX Viewpoint Now back to the Super Committee. For the past year we watched as House Republicans, led by Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, and Speaker John Boehner periodically threatened to shut down the government unless a certain made up number of billions of dollars weren’t immediately trimmed from the national budget. cans suggested a Super Committee, made up of six Democrats and six Republicans to lop $ 1.2 trillion off vital programs for middle class folks and seniors. They assumed the Democrats would whine about tax hikes for the very wealthy, but would soon fold their tents and play along. to occur before any cuts came to Social Security and Medicare, two programs Republicans have long desired to chop away. The conventional wisdom these days is that the failure of the” Super Committee” to cut $ 1.2 trillion off our budget deficit over the next ten years was a terrible thing. When the Super Committee met...

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

DECEMBER 2011 13 . Mayor Censors Council Meetings r 1 REMEMBERBUILDING7. ORG Continued From Page Page 11 L' a server remains uncertain. A Christmas riddle for our readers. Lyrics of the holiday favorite, Winter Wonderland, read: Later on, We’ll conspire, As we dream by the fire, to face unafraid, the plans that we’ve made. Walking in a winter wonderland! Q: Do these lyrics make the song writer, along with performers Johnny Mathis, Bing Crosby, and Dean Martin, conspiracy theorists? For one example of The Political Observer’s difficulty with The AV News , visit: www. tavpo. com, and on page 5 read, “Can’t Find The Political Observer? Pick-up a Copy of The AV News Because We’re Probably Underneath.” Ual-^9-Uuol LOCATED EAST OF SIERRA HIGHWAY, IN THE POST OFFICE SHOPPING CENTER Also in her column, Paolinelli labeled The Political Observer a“ radical political publication.” If our unyielding support for the Bill of Rights, Liberty, Peace and Prosperity, and our opposition to a Police St...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

Since 2005 Published in The Spirit of 1776 © 2012 The Antelope Valley Political Observer All Rights Reserved To Subscribe: 661.942.1996 Volume VII Number 6 Classified Ads On-line at: www. tavpo. com FEBRUARY 2012 Initiative Circulating to End A War Prayer For The 21st Century . Marijuana Prohibition in California LAURENCE M. VANCE LewRockwell. com Sets Stage for Skirmish Between The People of California and Federal Government S ince the bombs began to fall on Baghdad 10th Amendment, States’ Rights vs. Fed War on Drugs :BT = in March of 2003, churches, Christian leaders, religious organizations, and individual Christians have been telling us to pray for U. S. soldiers fighting in Iraq. Sk = LOTT We have been told to pray for the safety of U. S. troops while they defend our Freedoms, protect us from another terrorist attack, rid the world of weapons of mass destruction, bring to Justice the perpetrators of the 9/ 11 attacks, fight the“ Global War on Terrorism,” Liberate the Iraqi peop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

2 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p The Antelope Valley Law Enforcement . The Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Act of 2012 POLITICAL OBSERVER Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Continued From Page fiscal burden on law enforcement and courts through a reduction in arrests, trial and incarceration. 3020 East Palmdale Blvd Suite D # 383 Palmdale California 93550 Mexico governor Gary Johnson. To read the full list of endorsements: www. regulatemarijuanalikewine. com Under RMLW, adults 21 years and older will no longer be prohibited from use, possession, trade, gifting, transportation or cultivation of marijuana, and establishes Rights, not “defenses” to its use and possession. Rohrabacher spoke in favor of RMLW at a September 1, 2011, fundraising event in support of the initiative held at Newport Beach Publishers Kaleen Davis-Fitzgerald Thomas Fitzgerald Editor Thomas Fitzgerald LEAP is growing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

FEBRUARY 2012 3 . The Regulate Marijuana Like Wine Act of 2012 be challenged by the Feds, but that a challenge is welcome. “The law is all about challenge. A good initiative should challenge the law and even be prepared to lose a few clauses in court battles. Because of the Severance Clause we would still have enough Rights and protections under our new initiative to block the Feds from enforcing their laws. For example, our non-cooperation clause, just by itself, is a powerful tool for ending federal raids and prosecutions,” said McPike. were for possession, not trafficking, and 80% of the increase in drug arrests in the 1990s was for marijuana. Continued From Page ployees who eradicate marijuana, or act for seizure or forfeiture. State and local agencies are prohibited under RMLW from contracting with any entity to eradicate marijuana that is being grown, manufactured or stored. From an article co-authored by Ratigan and Russell Simmons:“ A federal law passed in 1986 allowed law e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer . OCCUPY Movement Inspires Local Youth write a letter to Keith Olbermann asking him to select your mom as ‘ Worst Person in the World,’” I suggested.“ She wouldn’t like that. Who would?” Bernanke, they’re arsonists, and they’re asking for matches, and the Congress is saying, ‘ Who do we make the check out to?’” said Tide. “And?” asked I. Continued From Page Union shop; there is no collective bargaining Right when there is only one employee; and if he knew what was good for him he’d stop listening to me because I’m a troublemaker. Tide gave the Olbermann idea a try with his mother, but it was a no-go. Upon his return Tide said,“ Mom isn’t buying it. She said being identified as ‘ Worst Person in the World’ by Keith Olbermann doesn’t scare her one bit. And she told me to tell you you’d better stop filling my head with all this nonsense or no dinner for you tonight.” “And mom said If I keep it up along these lines I wont be allowed to l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

FEBRUARY 2012 FEBRUARY 2012 5 5 . . OCCUPY Movement Inspires OCCUPY Movement Inspires Inspires Local Youth Inspires Local Youth mom who then B-lined into the bedroom to wake-up your editor and demand an explanation. Half-asleep, and playing ignorant, I followed Tide’s mom to the living room, and what a sight it was to behold. mom who then B-lined into the bedroom to wake-up your editor and demand an explanation. Half-asleep, and playing ignorant, I followed Tide’s mom to the living room, and what a sight it was to behold. “Mike check?” asked Tide’s mom.“ What the heck is a mike “Mike check?” asked Tide’s mom.“ What the heck is a mike Continued From Page Continued From Page check?” check?” to move? What if the police come and taser me, cuff me, then throw me in the back of a squad car without fastening my seatbelt and then hit the brakes so I go crashing into the caged separation between me and them? What if the police…” to move? What if the police come and taser me, cuff me, then th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

6 6 The Antelope The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Antelope Valley Political Observer . . Slick Rick’s Twisted Lawyer Logic Slick Rick’s Twisted Lawyer Logic WWW. GUIDES. LIB. VIRGINIA. EDU/ TJ LIVINGROOMCANDIDATE. ORG INFOWARS. COM OPENSECRETS. ORG GOVTRACK. US WWW. GUIDES. LIB. VIRGINIA. EDU/ TJ LIVINGROOMCANDIDATE. ORG INFOWARS. COM OPENSECRETS. ORG GOVTRACK. US LIBBY DONOVAN Contributing Writer LIBBY DONOVAN Contributing Writer weapons.” weapons.” The debate is about gay marriage, not polygamous marriage. Oh well, homophobes will fall for it. The debate is about gay marriage, not polygamous marriage. Oh well, homophobes will fall for it. Rick Santorum is smooth. With all the aplomb of a snakeoil salesman he is able to dodge questions by redirecting the debate. He can bend and twist logic, resulting in a perfectly shaped, and, perhaps, appealing pretzel. However, he was asked how to make a loaf of bread. Such is the talent of a lawyer turned career politician. Rick ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

FEBRUARY 2012 FEBRUARY 2012 7 7 p ONE MONTH ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 661.942.1996 COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS ~ COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS ~ ONE MONTH ONE MONTH 5 LINES = $ 25 5 LINES = $ 25 + FREE PICTURE + FREE PICTURE 661.942.1996 661.942.1996 POLITICAL OBSERVER ON-LINE CLASSIFIED ADS ON-LINE @ www. tavpo. com POLITICAL OBSERVER ON-LINE CLASSIFIED ADS ON-LINE @ www. tavpo. com ROBERT L. PLUNKETT ROBERT L. PLUNKETT 3BD 2BA COMFY HOME Fireplace, 2 Car Garage Includes Stove Nice Yards & Neighborhood $ 1,300/ Month 661.724.1724 or 661.406.1158 3BD 2BA COMFY HOME Fireplace, 2 Car Garage Includes Stove Nice Yards & Neighborhood $ 1,300/ Month 661.724.1724 or 661.406.1158 FOR SALE BY OWNER 5 Acres In Agua Dulce Off Red Rover Mine Rd. Near Country Breeze Lane Lovely View Of Hills $ 35,000 OBO Call Jean 323.292.6465 Or e-mail: jeangordon6@ yahoo. com FOR SALE BY OWNER 5 Acres In Agua Dulce Off Red Rover Mine Rd. Near C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

8 8 The Antelope The Antelope Antelope Valley Antelope Valley Political Observer Political Observer [ A War Prayer For The 21st. Century A War Prayer For The 21st. Century WWW. ENGLISH. ALJAZEERA. NET/ WATCH_ NOW WWW. ENGLISH. ALJAZEERA. NET/ WATCH_ NOW Slick Rick’s Twisted Lawyer Logic Slick Rick’s Twisted Lawyer Logic . . Continued From Page Continued From Page Continued Continued From Page From Page cure this economy, it has to decrease. What is Santorum’s proposal for dealing with the deficit? We flush trillions of dollars into the sewers fighting bogus wars, what is Santorum’s foreign policy? Is he just another Republican who believes the defense budget has no waste? cure this economy, it has to decrease. What is Santorum’s proposal for dealing with the deficit? We flush trillions of dollars into the sewers fighting bogus wars, what is Santorum’s foreign policy? Is he just another Republican who believes the defense budget has no waste? the reason they are fighting. A war praye...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

FEBRUARY 2012 9 This In ARTS/ CULTURE insurance plan , the American Medical Association favors a voluntary plan. 24 FEBRUARY 1977: The Carter Administration announces Foreign Aid will be reduced to countries guilty of Human Rights violations. 08 FEBRUARY 1735: In Charleston, South Carolina , the first opera in the American Colonies is produced. Presented at the Courtroom, the opera is Flora; or, The Hob in the Well , by Colley Cibber . NATIVE AMERICANS 15 FEBRUARY 1848: Benjamin Baker writes a play, A Glance at New York , which starts a vogue for plays that portray city life. 20 FEBRUARY 1521: Ponce de Leon , having received a patent from the Spanish crown to invade Florida , sets sail from Puerto Rico with 200 men. In combat with Natives defending their land, Ponce de Leon is wounded and returns to Cuba, where he dies. FINANCE 20 FEBRUARY 1781: Congress appoints Robert Morris as Superintendent of Finance during a period of economic crisis. By way of forthcoming loans and Foreign Ai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2012

10 10 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer ■ . A War Prayer For The 21st Century Got Roofing? is called“ War-Prayers.” After pointing out that pagans have their war prayers, and explaining how“ our prayers, if made in accordance with the pacific principles of the gospel, would oppose war, and be discarded by all war-makers as hostile to their designs,” the author puts forth a war prayer that honest chaplains should pray on the eve of battle: Continued From Page their bitter pilgrimage, make heavy their steps, water their way with their tears, stain the white snow with the blood of their wounded feet! Final Touch Roofing Inc. “We ask it, in the spirit of love, of Him Who is the Source of Love, and Who is ever-faith-ful refuge and friend of all that are sore beset and seek His aid with humble and contrite hearts. Amen.” Roofing Services “O Lord of hosts, smile upon thy servants now marshaled before Thee for the work of death. Breathe into them, O God of war, the spirit of t...

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