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

APRIL 2012 3 . Should Christians Support The War on Drugs? . California Republican Primary Closed to Independent Voters Page 2 candidates: Edward Noonan, Mad Max on their partisan ballot, among the better known being former governor of New Mexico, Continued From Page Spirit;” ( Ephesians 5: 18) Riekse, and Laurie Roth. Gary Johnson. The Peace and Freedom Party Yet, every bad thing that could be said regarding drug abuse could also be said of alcohol abuse – and then some. Alcohol abuse is a factor in many drownings, home, pedestrian, car, and boating accidents, suicides, fires, violent crimes, child abuse cases, sex crimes, divorces, and fetal abnormalities. The number one killer of young people under twenty-five is alcoholrelated automobile accidents. Alcohol abuse is one of the leading causes of premature deaths in the United States. It can also be a contributing factor in cases of cancer, mental illness, and Voters wishing to vote for a presidential candidate in the Republican, G...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p . Prohibition Inhibiting Deputies’ Ability To Fight Crime Fed Up With L. A. County? www. FixCountyGov. com E-mail: chris@ FixCountyGov. com examination. Continued From Page Drug-related arrests – not listed in the Valley Press’ page 2 crime map – are identified in the arrest report by the Health & Safety ( HS) Code violation listed beside the arrestee’s name. HS violations occurring most frequently include possession of marijuana: 11350, 11357; possession of marijuana for sale: 11359; transport, sell, furnish marijuana: 11360; possess a Schedule II, IV, or V controlled substance: 11377; and, under the influence of a controlled substance: 11550. For good measure, we calculated the number of arrests for the potentially deadly and reckless crime of DUI as well. The period examined begins with arrests made on Friday, February 2, 2012, through Sunday April 2 for Palmdale station, and same start date through Saturday April 1 ...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

APRIL 2012 5 Prohibition Inhibiting Ability To Fight Crime . m Brown Act Complaint Filed Against Lancaster City Council . TOBACCO ONE Continued From Page SPECIALIZING IN FINE CIGARS & CIGARETTES PIPES & ACCESSORIES . GIFT SHOP identified as“ Male/ Other.” Of the 118 drug-related arrests made by Lancaster deputies, M. DILWORTH TheAVTimes. com 78 are men and 40 are women. Lancaster drug arrests by race are nearly uniform, as opposed to Palmdale’s statistics, with whites comprising the majority of drug arrests, followed by Hispanics, then blacks. LANCASTER – By not announcing which lawsuits are being discussed in closed sessions, taking action on items not on the agenda, and convening council meetings without a quorum, the Lancaster City Council is flagrantly violating California’s open meeting law, according to a complaint filed against the City of Lancaster this week. MARLBORO WINSTON CAMEL $ 43 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 05/ 06/ 12 BUGLER CAN 1 ...

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

6 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer The Oil Cartel: Getting By With A Li. ttle Help From Congressional Friends dollars on television ads to tell me how wonderful they are. worldwide price of crude oil. Yeah, right. What they mean is I’m going to pay no matter what. But I’m upset. LIBBY DONOVAN Contributing Writer The cost of food is going up because the cost of transporting the food is going up. Hell, the cost of everything is going up because we are dependent on the oil companies to fuel our Oh, I’m not a one per center so it doesn’t matter that I am struggling to make my paycheck stretch to cover all the increased costs. I filled the gas tank this weekend. The price was $ 4.26 per gallon. The squeegee was decrepit and there were no paper economy. towels. When the oil companies raise their prices by a mere one cent a gallon, their profits go up by $ 800 million a year. Yes, that’s million. I haven’t seen a raise since 2005. See I’m one of those workers whose salary is...

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

APRIL 2012 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 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 ATTORNEY AT LAW SINCE 1977 IN THE AV SINCE 1997 WILLS-TRUSTS AVOIDING PROBATE LIVING WILLS POWERS OF ATTORNEY AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE AWARD: TRUSTS AND WILLS FOR SALE SKI-IN/ SKI-OUT MAMMOTH 1-Bedroom Condo – Awesome Condo – Only 120 Yards From Chairlift. Pillow-Top King Bed Bunk Beds, Fireplace, Balcony Brand New Large Flat Screen TV w/ Netflix. Rent Directly From Owner & $ ave. Ask For Special: 3 ( Or More) Night Stays and For M...

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

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Steve Fox Battling Two GOP City Councilmen in Assembly Bid . MEDICAL CODING ACADEMY resent the 36th District. Knight is leaving the assembly and is running for senate. Continued From Page . Medical Billing/ Coding Assistance Compliance Consultants or Plan Initiation HIPPA Consultation E & M Audit Review ( Baseline Audit) & Training Medical Documentation Guidelines Quarterly Audit Review A/ R & Collection Assistance Medical Office Job Placement – All whice are certified in Billing, Coding, Auditing . . . . . . . . Prop 14 eliminated the integrity of the party primary and now all candidates, regardless of party – Libertarian, Green, Democratic, Peace and Freedom, Republican, American Independent, Americans Elect – are listed on a single ballot at the June primary election. All voters now receive the same ballot and the two candidates with the most votes – regardless of party – square-off in November....

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

APRIL 2012 9 This In ARTS/ CULTURE “Our whole Constitutional heritage,” Justice Thurgood Marshall insists, “ rebels at the thought of giving the government the power to control men’s minds.” 24 APRIL 1704: The first regularly issued newspaper in the American Colonies, the Boston News-Letter , is published by Massachusetts colonist John Campbell. The News-Letter will be issued weekly until the time of the American Revolution. NATIONAL 30 APRIL 1789: On the balcony of New York’s Federal Hall , George Washington is inaugurated the first president. His oration urges the “ preservation of the sacred fire of Liberty.” 14 APRIL 1834: The name “ Whig” is formally adopted for a new U. S. political party after Henry Clay mentions it approvingly in a Senate speech. Among those forces who come together to form the party are Anti-Jackson forces, former members of the National Republican Party, Southern planters and Northern industrialists . After 1836, members of the AntiMasonic Party will join ...

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

10 The Antelope Valley Political Observer Republican Primary Closed to Independent Voters . . Should Christians Support The War on Drugs? Continued From Page Continued From Page Page 3 timless crimes are crimes that are sins in the eyes of God even if the state one day declares them not to be crimes; moral victimless crimes are crimes that have been labeled as such by the state that are not, in and of themselves, sins in the eyes of God. But either way, every crime needs a victim. There is no support in the New Testament for the idea that Christians should seek legislation that would criminalize victimless acts like taking drugs. Specific sins are mentioned that are in fact crimes, like murder ( Romans 1: 29), stealing ( Ephesians 4: 28), rioting ( Romans 13: 13), and extortion ( 1 Corinthians 6: 10). Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Charles Roemmer, and Fred Karger. The Republican Presidential Primary is closed and only voters registered Republican can access a Republican partisan ballot. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

APRIL 2012 11 . Should Christians Support The War on Drugs? matters” ( 1 Timothy 4: 15). stand is that the restrictive, prohibition-ori-ented state that they are trying to create ( and also preserve) is much more likely to take away all liberties than a state that gives people permission to live as they wish.” obligation is to obey God’s Commandments, not to compel someone else to do it.” Page 10 I believe that Christians have for the most part failed to fulfill their calling. Instead of making converts and instructing them in the biblical precepts of Christian living, they turn to the state to criminalize what they consider to be immoral behavior. There are no indications anywhere in the New Testament that Christians should seek or support making these things crimes. It is simply not biblical to promote legislation or crusades to punish sin that does not aggress against person or property. The proper approach to the problem of drug abuse was wisely spoken by the late economist Ludw...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Civil Liberties and War RALPH S. BRAX Viewpoint Back in the late 1790’ s the Federalist Party, led by Alexander Hamilton, was terrified that Thomas Jefferson would be elected president and the Democrats would take over the nation. Something had to be done to stop them. immigrants would vote for Jefferson, the candidate of the common man. against war, and“ send their names to the Justice Department.” Fourteen professors were fired for opposing the war, and my favorite, a Maine high school teacher was let go for taking driving lessons from a German immigrant. The Sedition Act stated that anyone saying anything critical of the president and Congress, then controlled by Federalists, would be charged with treason, and sent off to prison. The Bill of Rights went out the window, the Democrats would be gagged until after the election of 1800, and the elitist Federalists could maintain their power. Almost as soon as the dust settled after the horro...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2012

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 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 9 Classified Ads On-line @ www. tavpo. com MAY 2012 Officer Regina Tasca Goes ‘ Rogue’ Republican Presidential Primary Election Coming to California . . No Republican Candidate at 1144 Delegates Needed to Secure Nomination on First Ballot at National Convention WILLIAM NORMAN GRIGG WillGrigg. com R egina Tasca is a“ rogue cop” God bless her for it. – and Tasca is in the middle of disciplinary hearings that may result in her termination from the Bogota, New Jersey, Police Department. She stands accused of“ bizarre and outlandish” behavior in two incidents a year ago during which she revealed herself to be“ A danger to other police officers.” Re-Registration as Republican Required to Vote in GOP Primary Her first supposed offense – which wasn’t mentioned until after the second – was a failure to assist another officer who was“ attack...

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

2 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer r . The War on Drugs in The AV The Antelope Valley Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Book Speaking Engag. ements POLITICAL OBSERVER Continued From Page 846 East Ave K # 170 Lancaster, California 93535 cluding arrests made during the four-day period of April 13 – 17. Arrest reports do not include juveniles under 16 years old. Those arrested for disorderly conduct under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not included as drug arrests or DUI in our examination. Publishers Drug-related arrests – not listed in the Valley Press’ page 2 crime map – are identified in the arrest report by the Health & Safety ( HS) Code violation listed beside the arrestee’s name. HS violations occurring most frequently include possession of marijuana: 11350, 11357; possession of marijuana for sale: 11359; transport, sell, furnish marijuana: 11360; possess a Schedule II, IV, or V controlled substan...

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

MAY 2012 3 . Meet Star Moffatt and having only one opponent in her first run, Moffat stands to benefit greatly from Top-Two general support, regardless of political party affiliation. change happen. Continued From Page 1 “I’m tired of having my tax dollars go to leaders who are ineffective,” said Moffatt. the Palmdale City Council and then the State Assembly, the office he currently occupies. format. “If the two candidates in November are both from the same party, then that’s the will of the voters and that’s how it is,” said Moffatt. However, had there been at least three or more running for the seat, Moffatt explained she still would be a proponent of the format. The decision to toss her hat in the political ring occurred in February, explained Moffatt, who shared she had been approached and encouraged to run by a member of the AfricanAmerican Democratic Caucus, the identity of whom, Moffatt wished not to reveal. His opponent – Star Moffatt – is emblematic of a growing trend acros...

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

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Paid political advertisement INGRESS . Meet Star Moffatt A Continued From Page nating against children who have pre-existing medical conditions. He has voted against the Dream Act. I don’t know who he’s representing.” Though this is her first foray into elected politics, Moffatt said she has been involved in the community for nearly 20 years as a“ non-elected public servant.” Moffat lists education, and the economy - specifically job creation - as the two areas she believes California is facing a severe crisis requiring immediate attention. The answer, said Moffatt, lies not in the need to raise more revenue, but with State government being responsible. Taking aim at her political opponent, Moffatt said,“ My opponent, Steve Knight, his voting record speaks for itself. His voting record is not in the interest of people, all people.” FOR Citing examples supporting her charge, Moffatt said,“ He has voted ‘ No,’ prohibiting insurance com...

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

MAY 2012 5 . Meet Star Moffatt m . Republican Presidential Primary TOBACCO ONE Continued From Page Continued From Page Paul, although in no position to secure the minimum 1144 delegates, has managed to accrue more delegates than is being routinely reported. State delegates are not always awarded based upon the popular vote total in that State, but after the election at county and State conventions. SPECIALIZING IN FINE CIGARS & CIGARETTES PIPES & ACCESSORIES . GIFT SHOP The solution, according to Moffatt, is for a law prohibiting State government from accessing education funding, mandating these funds be spent entirely on education. MARLBORO WINSTON CAMEL $ 43 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 06/ 06/ 12 BUGLER CAN 1 BAG ( 16 oz.) ROLLING TOBACCO CAMEL 99 FILTER & BLUES PALL MALL FILTERS GOLDEN DEER LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 06/ 06/ 12 $ 39 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 06/ 06/ 12 SAVE $ 7 $ 16 .99 + Tax $ 36 .99 Carton + Tax SAVE ...

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

6 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p The Hunt for Sacramento . Fed Up With L. A. County? www. FixCountyGov. com E-mail: chris@ FixCountyGov. com to cast a vote for any candidate they choose. Because I will appear on every ballot in June, I have redoubled my efforts to reach out to each and every voter before the June primary. Continued From Page place Knight – Republican Palmdale City Councilman Tom Lackey, Republican Lancaster Vice-Mayor Ronald Smith, and attorney Steve Fox. Fox, a member of the Democratic Party, was featured in the April Political Observer . I have spent more time walking precincts, more time calling eligible voters and more time meeting with groups of all political persuasions than would have previously been necessary. I will continue to work as hard as I can to meet each and every voter in the 36th Assembly District, giving them an opportunity to be heard and gaining important insight from voters. An invitation to answer written questions and have...

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

MAY 2012 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 MAY IS FOSTER PARENT 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 ATTORNEY AT LAW APPRECIATION MONTH! SINCE 1977 Foster Parent Month in May provides a wonderful opportunity to honor and recognize the work of people making a difference in the lives of children in foster care. IN THE AV SINCE 1997 WILLS-TRUSTS AVOIDING PROBATE LIVING WILLS POWERS OF ATTORNEY It’s also a time to bring awareness to the great need for families to open their homes to these vulnerable children, especially older...

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

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer The Hunt for Sacramento . Continued From Page Page 6 I believe we must ensure that tax dollars are returned to local school districts, where local leaders, teachers and parents, not Sacramento bureaucrats, know what is best for our students. It is time that Sacramento got out of the way and allowed local school districts the opportunity to make the changes necessary to turn low performing schools around and ensure that students get a first-rate education. State’s responsibilities and restore critical public safety funding that was eliminated in this year’s budget. Q: Has the federal government’s War on Drugs been a success or a failure? Why? ment play? Lackey: We must only look to our neighbor to the South to realize that the War on Drugs has been a success. Have we completely ended the illegal drug trade? No? Does drug use and abuse continue to be a problem for our society? Yes. Lackey: The biggest issue facing Californians is recor...

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