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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2011

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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2011

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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 February 2011

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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

RAY WEISENBORN Political Observer Middle East Correspondent Hag III Gasoline, The Fed Sets Last Inflation Rate at Modest 1.2%’ ‘ Temporary and Cost of Food & Despite Spike in Down from 2.5% in 2009 Fed Chairman Anticipating ‘ More Rapid Pace’ of Economic AUDIT THE FED!: Legislation introduced in the House seeks to amend U. S. Code to permit a full GAO audit of Federal Reserve activities. H. R. 459 would remove statutory prohibitions against a review of The Fed’s secret transactions with foreign central banks, foreign governments, and nonprofit international financing organizations. to Cut Administrator Salaries AV College Board Approves Option Deception at The Fed . Continued On Page Bernake: Housing Activity ‘ De pressed’ . . Recovery in 2011 Unemployment Rate Expected to Remain Above 7.5% Until 2013 RON PAUL Congressman, Texas ( R) LANCASTER – State government is having money problems… again. And once again, the State’s plan is to continue hosing beleaguered taxpayers....

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

Silence Dogood Caliber Letters Excepted CALIFORNIA CODE PENAL CODE SECTIONS 490.7 & 538a - 538c DAILYPAUL. COM AE911TRUTH. ORG The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer The Antelope Valley POLITICAL OBSERVER Eat Ice Cream, . Repair a Kiln Letter to The Editor Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements Law Enforcement Santa Clarita has joined with more An ice cream social featuring ceramic bowls crafted by Rich Sim will be held in the Antelope Valley Col- In Earth in the Balance , Al Gore warned that a“ wrenching transformation” must take place to lead ICLEI was founded in 1990 to get national governments to go along with a climate change treaty - despite the fact that thousands of scientists agree the science is not settled - requiring massive government intrusion, via regulation, into all aspects of energy production and consumption. To implement“ Sustainable Development” Santa Clarita city ...

Publication Title: Antelope Valley Political Observer
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WAR ON DRUGS 04 MARCH 1884: Iowa adopts laws prohibiting the sale of alcohol. 01 MARCH 1913: In a great victory for the anti-liquor groups led by the Anti-Saloon League , the Webb-Kenyon Interstate Liquor Act is upheld by Congress overriding a Taft Veto. The Act states that it is unlawful to ship liquor into a State which has made its sale illegal and tips the balance of power in the matter to the federal government over the State. 02 MARCH 1920: The maverick State of New Jersey tests the new Prohibition Amendment by declaring 3.5 percent beer legal. But later in the year, in the National Prohibition Cases , the Supreme Court will declare such laws invalid. 22 MARCH 1933: Anticipating the Repeal of the 18th Amendment – Prohibition – Congress amends the Volstead Act by passing the beer and Wine Revenue Act; effective 7 April beer and wine with alcoholic content of 3.2 percent ( by weight) will be legal. FDR was also clever enough to put a solid tax on these beverages, thus satisfying...

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"Sonrisa Con Orgullo" Dra. Beatriz Wong, DDS r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — n 1jif I TratamientodeNervio The econiomic objectives are an increased real income for all American workers, balanced growth, a balanced federal budget, an“ improved trade balance through increased exports” along with improvement in the international competitiveness of U. S. agriculture, business, and industry. The Humphrey-Hawkins Act also requires the nation’s central bank – The Federal Reserve ( The Fed) - to present a Monetary Policy Report ( MPR) to Congress twice yearly. The MPR, to be prepared by The Fed’s Board of Governors and presented to Congress in February and July, is the document explaining the basic state of the United States economy and our nation’s financial welfare - according to the nation’s central bankers - and also serves as the formal report to Congress on Fed activities. Under the Act, The Fed chairman is required to appear before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, an...

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Happy Da ys Are Here Again! . Don’t expect to see Tea Party protests at your neighbor- Lettuce is $ 2.69 a head. Oh, bad weather, not price gouging. Okay, we’ll pay it. We’ll pay for gas which is rapidly approaching $ 4 a gallon. For example, once again, we have to make reservations in a restaurant if we don’t want to stand around for hours at a time waiting for a table. During the recession one could walk into any restaurant and be seated almost immediately. The hostess was cordial. The server was courteous and apologetic if the meal didn’t arrive in a timely fashion. Those days are gone. One can sit forever over a cold cup of coffee hoping for a refill while the wait staff has a discussion about Suzie’s latest fling. Ah, private sector employees, they work so much harder than firefighters or teachers. Certainly if our elected officials are not the least bit disturbed we shouldn’t be either. Besides, the signs abound that we have returned to the“ good old days” of economic prosperi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

Following is a roster of AVC Administrators targeted for the 35% pay cut, along with their title, and current annual salary.: Jackie Fisher, Superintendent, $ 211,800 Sharon Lowry, Vice President, $ 146,284 Deborah Wallace, Vice President, $ 139,235 Jill Zimmerman, Dean, $ 129,525 Leslie Uhazy, Dean, $ 129,525 Karen Cowell, Dean, $ 129,525 Shane Turner, Vice President, $ 129,294 from the Community College League of Cali- fornia. Approximately 85% of AVC’s budget is dedicated to pay the salary and benefits of its employees. Board documents state the 35% cut in administrator salaries will save the college $ 1.2 million, a figured described as that campus group’s“ proportional share” of the worst-case scenario $ 11 million cut. This scenario is dependent upon the governor’s budget being approved by the democrat controlled legislature after The People vote on the tax increase. If voters reject the governor’s tax increase, AVC may lose up to $ 11 million. •P9UNG AMERICANS Wfr LIBERTY WWW...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer Locations in Lancaster with Parking Not Striped to Code Continues to Grow people. We would expect that roughly four million of these people should have been employed, so we are really dealing with eleven Until these resources are redirected, often with great economic pain for all involved, true economic recovery cannot begin. Over $ 4 trillion in bailout facilities and outright debt monetization, combined with interest rates near zero for over two years, have not and will not contribute to increased employment. What is needed is liquidation of debt and mal-invested resources. Pumping money into the same sectors that have just crashed merely prolongs the crisis. Until we learn the lesson that jobs are produced through real savings and investment and not through the creation of new money, we are doomed to repeat this boom and bust cycle. It should not be surprising that monetary policy is ineffective at creating actual jobs. It is the ef...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 March 2011

Close to 70% of the tax savings went to folks making more than $ 100,000 a year. Massive deficits and a huge drop in government revenue followed. Last December, faced with the ramifications of the Bush recession of 2008-09, Congress had to decide whether or not to renew the Bush In 1986, Congress established our current system, and prior to the huge, George W. Bush tax cuts in 2001 and 2003, the rich had to pay ( as if they ever did) a rate of about 39% of income OVER $ 250,000 per family. Of course with all the loopholes, they usually paid around 20%. A fellow named Dick Cheney remarked in 1985 that,“ No one cares about deficits anymore.” Following his election in 1980, President Ronald Reagan cut taxes by 25% across the board, with a majority of the tax savings going to the top 10% of wealthy Americans. For eight years Reagan ran deficits of $ 200 to $ 300 billion dollars a year, and conservatives said nothing. I and II, when Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D, Roosevelt had...

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