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

SEPTEMBER 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 Alpine Solar is Putting Out a Call for Labor Alpine/ First Solar 21125 West Avenue C Lancaster CA 93536 Alpine Solar is announcing opening 100 new jobs thru the IBEW. The IBEW has created a classification of“ Summer Help.” Hiring requirements are Union Specified. Drug test is required. Contact: IBEW 297 North Morango Pasadena CA 91101 888.423.9937 or call Mitch ( BA) 661.510.8185 Hiring will be done through the IBEW and applicants can register as unskilled labor in the Summer Help program. MONTHLY PFLAG MEETING Families, Friends of Lesbians & Gays, 4th Wednesday of the Month St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 7P. M. To 8P. M. All Families Welcome 661.254.2177 FOR SALE BY OWNER 5 Acres In Agua Dulce Off Red Rover Mine Rd. Near Country Breeze Lane Lovely View Of H...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer My Journey Through 9/ 11 . Continued From Page ways as one might expect, but dissolving at freefall speed into their own footprint. ence of a form of the incendiary Thermite from vetted WTC dust samples taken at four loca- modern architecture. World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2, and 7, did not merely collapse, but dissolved at near freefall speeds into their own footprint. mentary within it. The video covered many aspects of the events of 9/ 11, suggesting the towers came down too fast, the hole in the Pentagon wasn’t big enough, and there wasn’t enough aircraft wreckage found in Pennsylvania. Since I had not seen this footage except multiple times on television some eight years earlier, I could now view it with a fresh, more emotionally detached perspective. tions. The chemical analysis was performed by an international team and the research is ranked among the top mainstream media censored stories of 2007. We have learned that trace...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

SEPTEMBER 2012 9 This In ARTS/ CULTURE 19 SEPTEMBER 1727: The first newspaper in the Maryland Colony, the Maryland Gazette , begins publication in Annapolis . signs the Treaty of Fort Wayne with Native Americans of the southern Indiana region. In this pact, the Native Americans cede three additional tracts of land along the Wabash River . 26 SEPTEMBER 1811: Indiana Territory Governor William Henry Harrison leads a 1,000man military force out of Vincennes , headed for the Native American capital at the junction of the Tippecanoe and Wabash Rivers . The goal of the expedition is to eradicate the settlement and to thwart the Confederacy plans of Shawnee Chief Tecumseh , who has traveled to the Southwest to seek allies among Creek Nation . The expeditionary group will erect Fort Harrison 65 miles north of the Vincennes in late October. 03 SEPTEMBER 1833: The first issue of a successful penny newspaper , The New York Sun, appears in New York City. 18 SEPTEMBER 1851: Henry J. Raymond edit...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

10 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Cats, Food Stamps and Section 8 THOMAS FITZGERALD Editor side the price. in front of me. The teenage boy, who could afford to lose a few pounds around the gut, was wearing a black t-shirt picturing the face of Baphomet colored in bronze. giving to him. Bread, cereal, milk, orange juice, peanut butter and jelly, rice, beans, fruits and vegetables, and meats, for instance, would be Blue Dot food stamp items. Ice cream sandwiches and frozen treats, specialty drink mixes, potato chips, popcorn, candy and soda and the like would not. The entitlement mentality is not limited to any one political persuasion, or to a particular race. I know a white man who touts himself as being a staunch conservative and strict constitutionalist who abhors welfare and non-es-sential government spending. Why is it after NFL and NCAA college football games the head coach of each team often receives a police escort down the 50 yard line to midfield for the complimen...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

SEPTEMBER 2012 11 . Cats, Food Stamps and Section 8 THEANTELOPEVALLEYTOWNCRIER. COM/ WORDPRESS OPENSECRETS. ORG THEAVTIMES. COM garyjohnson2012. com. The Government’s Ten Year Plan It’s disheartening to hear our congressman, Continued From Page Page 10 The Genius of the Electoral College I marvel at the media’s reporting on presidential political polling conducted on a nationwide basis. Who cares what percentage of likely voters across the nation prefers which candidate for president? Buck McKeon, complain about sequestration after voting for it one year earlier. Sequestration, like any budget plan, is a sham. Budgeting for many government programs have a base-line – a legislated mandatory minimum rate of growth in funding year after year. No plan presented by Obama/ Biden or Romney/ Ryan actually cuts spending; they only reduce the rate of growth in spending. It doesn’t matter because we don’t vote as one nation, we vote as individual States. Thankfully, our nation enjoys the Elect...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Hurry Back Jim, We Need You “Legacy of Art” to Open at Palmdale Playhouse PALMDALE - The Palmdale Playhouse will host an art exhibit entitled“ Legacy of Art” from Thursday, September 27 through November 4. sual arts group that meets at Legacy Commons for Active Seniors Fridays from 9 to 11 am. There will be a free opening reception held RALPH S. BRAX Viewpoint mall and first class restaurants, an excellent auto mall, landscaping throughout the city, and they work closely with the Palmdale School District, one of the better managed school dis- Continued On Page Page 13 I consider Mayor Jim Ledford to be a friend of mine, and believe me, I can’t say that about most of the politicians of the AV. Nor would I want to. The exhibit will feature the works of the vi- tricts in California. And since I work at Antelope Valley College, I know first hand what it’s like to see a governing body mishandle most of what it does, and then lose the confidence...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 September 2012

SEPTEMBER 2012 “Legacy of Art” to Open at Palmdale Playhouse JUDGEJIMGRAY. COM LEMONADEFREEDOM. COM Continued From Page Page 12 hi IfnKlj CLEANERS 44537 VALLEY CENTRAL WAY OPEN HOURS : LANCASTER, CA 93536 M-F: 7 AM - 7 PM (661) 723-7840 SAT.: 8 AM - 5 PM on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 6: 30 to 8: 30 pm at the Palmdale Playhouse. “The visual artists at Legacy Commons present a variety or art media featuring watercolors, oils, and acrylics with landscapes, flowers, portraits and more,” said Recreation Coordinator Jennifer Tallakson.“ These artists meet every Friday under the direction of Debra Schneider, and are very excited to have their works on display for everyone to see and enjoy.” For information please call the Playhouse at 661.267.5684. Natural Balance Wellness Center Heal, Beautify and Rejuvenate Lisa Nectoux, RN Owner I-ACT & GPACT Certified Colon Hydrotherapist Reiki Healer 661.755.8497 43535 17th St West # 303 Lancaster, CA 93534 www. CreateNaturalBalance. com 4085...

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

14 The Antelope Valley Political Observer . Cats, Food Stamps and Section 8 “ Don’t go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first.” – Mark Twain peoples’ outdoor cats are a nuisance. as a toilet. Continued From Page Page 11 Cat owners allowing their cats to roam the neighborhood fail to understand their cats use other peoples’ property as a cat box. If they be home and see me through a window, I’ll offer a friendly smile and neighborly wave hello with the hand and act like everything is perfectly normal. The Only Good Cat… I hate cats. My dog hates cats. Cats are wretched, vile, hideous, disgusting creatures with filthy, bacteria-laden paws. I have a mind toward keeping a sharp eye out learning which cat in my neighborhood belongs to which home, then, one peaceful weekend afternoon put my dog on her leash and amble on over to the cat owner’s property, let myself into their backyard through a side gate, and have my dog use their backyard ...

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

Since 2005 Published in The Spirit of 1776 © 2012 The Antelope Valley Political Observer All Rights Reserved To Subscribe: 661.942.1996 Volume VIII Number 2 Classified Ads On-line @ www. tavpo. com OCTOBER 2012 PRESIDENTIAL The Double Yellow Prison . ERIC PETERS EricPetersAutos. com COMMISSION A FRAUD T his country is painted over with double yellow bars – a sort of rolling-ribbon prison, from which escape is not possible. Or at least, very difficult. Legal passing zones – always rare – are becoming almost nonexistent. Painted over – for no readily discernible reason. Private Corporation a Joint Effort Founded by Republican and Democratic National Committee Chairmen . Actually, there is a reason: It’s all based on the idea that because some people are too inept to execute a quick, safe pass when the opportunity arises, no one shall pass. It does not matter that some drivers have the judgment and skill needed to perform a safe, efficient pass. They get ticketed just the same – and ir...

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

2 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer r Political Observer Endorsing Elimination of Top-Two Election Scheme . The Antelope Valley Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Book Speaking Engag. ements POLITICAL OBSERVER Johnson for President 846 East Ave K # 170 Lancaster, California 93535 – for their candidate to finish first or second in the primary. Rogers for Congress Prior to the Top-Two fraud – Democratic and Republican Politicians’ Full-Employment Act – each party would have a candidate on the general election ballot. Publisher & Editor The Political Observer has a history of not always endorsing candidates or ballot measures at every election. There are a few reasons for this. Thomas Fitzgerald LEAP is growing quickly as more and more distinguished members of law enforcement join us to speak out about the harms caused by current drug policies. LEAP’s strategy is to send our respected and credible speakers out to...

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

OCTOBER 2012 3 . PrProsecuting PrProhibition Inhibiting Deputies’ Ability to Fight Crime . Lancaster Resolves Section 8 Lawsuit Continued From Page substance: 11377; and, under the influence of a controlled substance: 11550. Continued From Page crimination lawsuit against Lancaster. hurt or kill anybody, better to drive drunk than get caught with marijuana by the police. DUI is a lesser crime, and if convicted, you’ll do less time. An October 2011 telephone survey by Gallup reported a record high 50% of Americans believe use of marijuana should not be a crime, up from 46% in 2010. Gallup first polled on legalizing marijuana in 1969. That year 12% of Americans were in favor with 84% opposed. From its low in 1969, support for decriminalizing marijuana doubled in one decade to 25% in the late 1970s, then flat-lined until the mid-1990s. “I’m looking forward to working with these guys, they’re good men and bright men and we seem to want the same things,” Parris said.“ It’s quite frankly ...

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

4 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer . 25th District House Candidates Meet for Only Debate of Campaign Season Continued From Page lope Valley and one time in Simi Valley – Congressman McKeon rejected the idea. but Countywide Mortgage, the Democrat shared a second anecdote, this about a neighbor told by his bank they will not refinance his mortgage. think his record is far from one of bipartisanship. He votes 95% with his party. That’s almost like sending a rubber stamp that’s got an elephant on it and sending it to Washington D. C.” low established in February of this year. Opening Statements Throw into the mix a steady, continuing growth over the previous decade in the number of voters refusing to register with any political party – Independents – means a candidate’s political party affiliation is worth less and less to a larger share of the general In his opening statement McKeon invoked the well-known parable of crabs in a bucket pulling back down into the bucket any...

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

OCTOBER 2012 5 m McKeon v. Rogers . TOBACCO ONE McKeon replied,“ At least I have a record to run on. When you haven’t done anything, when you’ve just moved into the district and run for Congress, it’s good to know the district, good to know the people a little bit before you decide to run SPECIALIZING IN FINE CIGARS & CIGARETTES PIPES & ACCESSORIES . GIFT SHOP Continued From Page tween $ 40 and $ 60 million, and described by McKeon as a “win-win-win all around” – is prohibited from being reintroduced this Congress because the money element is an Earmark . MARLBORO WINSTON CAMEL $ 46 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 11/ 11/ 12 BUGLER CAN 1 BAG ( 16 oz.) ROLLING TOBACCO CAMEL 99 FILTER & BLUES PALL MALL FILTERS GOLDEN DEER LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 11/ 11/ 12 $ 43 .99 Carton + Tax LIMIT 2 CARTONS Expires 11/ 11/ 12 SAVE $ 4 $ 16 .99 + Tax $ 37 .99 Carton + Tax SAVE $ 4 SAVE $ 7 Reg $ 43.99 Carton + Tax $ 29 .99 $ 27 .99 + Tax LIMIT 2 Expires 1...

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

6 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer p Ronald Reagan Too Far Left to be Fed Up With L. A. County? www. FixCountyGov. com E-mail: chris@ FixCountyGov. com Nominated by 2012 Republican Party religious zealot. Could it be that he is concerned with budget deficits? Nope. What did Reagan do? What Would Reagan Do? In eight years in office the national debt went from $ 1 trillion to over $ 3 trillion. It would seem Reagan would ignore this argument about deficits and just increase government spending with abandon, after all he added over 300,000 new government workers in eight years. SUE BRAX Contributing Writer Recently I read a letter to the editor that suggested that we do away with government as we know it and appoint a committee to run the country. The job of the committee would be to decide“ What would Reagan do?” and just do it. NO MORE Income Tax! Learn what the Congress hopes you never find out about the income tax! www. FreeEnterpriseSociety. com Free Information &am...

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

OCTOBER 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 BEST DEAL BEST HOUSE!! 3BD 2BA Family Room w/ Fireplace 2 Car Garage Stove & Gardener Included Fenced Yard $ 1,300/ Month Not Section 8 Approved 661.406.1158 Alpine Solar is Putting Out a Call for Labor Alpine/ First Solar 21125 West Avenue C Lancaster CA 93536 Alpine Solar is announcing opening 100 new jobs thru the IBEW. The IBEW has created a classification of“ Summer Help.” Hiring requirements are Union Specified. Drug test is required. Contact: IBEW 297 North Morango Pasadena CA 91101 888.423.9937 or call Mitch ( BA) 661.510.8185 Hiring will be done through the IBEW and applicants can register as unskilled labor in the Summer Help program. MONTHLY PFLAG MEETING Families, Friends of Lesbians & Gays, 4th Wednesday of the Month St. Stephens Episc...

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

8 The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer . 25th District House Candidates Meet for Only Debate of Campaign Season Continued From Page “That election changed things,” said McKeon. Prior to the Tea Party electoral insurgency McKeon explained the GOP pledge included a vow to cut every sector of government spending except for the military industrial complex – Pentagon – and the Police State – Homeland Security. policy is not synonymous with always listening to defense contractors or“ device makers” as he put it, over the generals. derstand how this works.” Defending his vote for Sequestration, McKeon explained the Budget Control Act served two purposes. It raised the debt ceiling and instituted mandatory spending cuts – or reductions in the rate of growth ( Baseline Budgeting) – across the board. just go away,” said McKeon. Whittaker Bermite Brownfield To make his point Rogers mentioned a CNN report broadcast earlier in the week with McKeon being interviewed about several thous...

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

OCTOBER 2012 9 This Month In ARTS/ CULTURE Fort Wayne . With these hostilities a five-year long war begins in the Northwest Territory . 19 OCTOBER 1818: In a Treaty with the U. S. government, the Chickasaw sign over all their lands between the Mississippi River and the northern part of the Tennessee River . 14 OCTOBER 1832: The Chickasaws follow the Sauk and the Fox . They agree to give the U. S. all of their land east of the Mississippi River . 30 OCTOBER 1906: Supreme Court bans “ New Spelling.” New Spelling is inspired by Andrew Carnegie as one part of a larger plan for achieving World Peace through usage of one, world-wide common language – in this case, English. The concept is promoted by the Simplified Spelling Board financed and established six months earlier by Carnegie. The board’s task is to persuade 50 prominent American writers – including Mark Twain , who agrees – to begin using New Spelling for twelve words – program, throughout, thru, thorofare, thoro, tho, although, ...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 October 2012

10 The Antelope Valley Political Observer McKeon v. Rogers . PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION A FRAUD Continued From Page Continued From Page during an election in his wife’s bid for a seat in the California Assembly. Rogers closed by saying voters have a clear choice between two candidates with a fundamental difference in how best to represent constituents. Carter debate take place tween the two men. the only debate be- Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington and their naming McKeon among the top twenty most corrupt members of Congress. “I believe the government shouldn’t get in the way. I’m a doctor and actually in a treatment room with a patient and I don’t want the government getting in the way between me treating a patient.” In the 1984 contest between Reagan and Mondale, from a list of nearly 100 journalists LWV selected from which to choose questioners at the debate, both campaigns disapproved of all but three, leading moderator Barbara Walters to issue a disclaimer at th...

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

OCTOBER 2012 11 . Lancaster Resolves Section 8 Lawsuit Johnson for President PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION A FRAUD records expunged. . ~ Rogers for Congress Continued From Page Page 3 “You take people and put a felony rap sheet on them who are not violent people, you guar- Continued From Page Page 10 Continued From Page According to terms of the Agreement Technologies. Election 2000 debate sponsors included U. S. Airways and 3Com. Among the eleven debate sponsors in 2004 were American Airlines, Continental Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Discovery Channel. Election 2008 sponsors included the International Bottled Water Association and YWCA. signed and dated by both parties and their attorneys - Lancaster agrees to abide by all federal, state and local laws requiring fair housing opportunities for all people regardless of race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin or source of income. antee they can’t get a job, and so what do you expect them to do?” Parris said.“ We think...

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

12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer Caution: Be Careful if You Compare Presidential Elections . PRESIDENTIAL COMMISSION A FRAUD Mark Stephenson, director of corporate communications for Philips North America, explained,“ We respect all points of view and, as a result, want to ensure that Philips doesn’t provide even the slightest appearance of supporting partisan politics.” Continued From Page Page 11 Party candidate Gary Johnson to this year’s debates, CPD for the first time in its 24 year existence lost sponsors - Phillips Electronics, YWCA, and BBH New York. tion that Romney will do the same. RALPH S. BRAX Viewpoint What pundits like George Will miss is how most people felt about the candidates in 1980 and 2012. Most people, especially political pundits, just love to compare presidential elections. They ignore the facts, believing history will repeat itself and their candidate will get elected. Jimmy Carter was not a popular guy, even among Democrats. Senator Ted Kennedy ch...

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