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The Antelope Valley
HGDS? Or Just Plain Ol’ Lazy?
846 East Avenue K PMB #170 ETHEL NUNEZ
them and clean up their mess.
Whenever they use a communi-
that Ken and Nathan are full of
spunk and energy when their
Relationship Consultant
Lancaster, California 93535 ty household item such as a pair stomachs growl every two hours
661.941.4748 Dear Ethel: I recently moved- of scissors, they never return the and they have vigor enough to
in with my boyfriend and his two item to the place they found it so cheerfully spend 30 minutes in
Publisher & Editor sons, age 11 and 14, and I’m see- the next person can have access, the kitchen cooking a meal fit for
Thomas Fitzgerald ing a side of them I haven’t seen but instead leave it wherever they a king, he told me the effects of
editor@tavpo.com before. are when they’re finished using HGDS temporarily subside with
The boys – “Ken and Nathan” it. I’ve coined this behavior the, an empty stomach and cautioned
S t a f f Wr i t e r s – have no, and I mean zero, re- “Stop and Drop.” me HGDS increased tenfold after
Heathcliff Boots sponsibility around the house; My boyfriend – “Dan” – told me eating, lasting up to two hours, so
Giorgio Fuentes they don’t take the trash out, help his two boys have been medical- the boys require my understand-
Samantha Reese clean the kitchen after dinner, ly diagnosed with a painful con- ing and patience.
wash their own laundry or yard dition known as HGDS, which is I tried researching HGDS on the
Relationship Consultant work. an acronym for Heavy Gravity line, but couldn’t find anything.
Ethel Nunez When not at school, Ken and Disorder Syndrome. The bottom Ethel, is there such as thing as
Nathan are home, sitting glued line, so I’m told, is HGDS makes HGDS? Or am I being taken ad-
Vi e w p o i n t s
in a chair, staring at a glowing moving difficult. vantage of?
Ralph Brax & Sue Brax
screen – TV, computer, phone, Apparently, sufferers of HGDS - Sincerely, Tired of Playing
Entertainment & Social Affairs Columnist tablet or video game. feel earth’s gravity at a magni- Slave to Able Bodied Children.
Amy Jingle The lethargy lasts all evening tude several times greater than it Dear Tired: Allow me to be
Monday through Friday, and all actually is – as if the person were blunt, with a touch of humor.
day on weekends. on Jupiter; the opposite of what Think back to high school foot-
The Antelope Valley Political Observer is a First Amend- But indolence seems to vanish happens when one is walking ball games and the many creative
ment Free Press. Incompliance with federal Civil Rights when their stomachs growl as on the moon with one-sixth the cheers sung by cheerleaders.
legislation, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, they have no problem visiting gravity of earth. Here’s a little cheer for you, and
creed, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, or absence the kitchen, cooking a first-class Dan told me both boys are one I suggest you vigorously and
of, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation(s) meal and returning to their seat awaiting approval from the so- enthusiastically perform with
or veteran status in our employment. to eat in front of a screen – they cial security administration to pom-poms for Ken and Nathan
The Antelope Valley Political Observer has not investi- don’t bother bringing their dirty receive a monthly disability sti- just before you walk out the door
dishes to the kitchen and instead pend as compensation for their after they cite the HGDS as why
gated any services, products, politicians or organizations
leave them in the family room infirmity. they can’t lift a finger and help
advertised in this issue, and publication of such advertising
expecting me to come behind When I asked Dan why it is Continued on Page 3
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Legal Tender
You’ve heard of a home-office. Well, this lawyer has
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himself an office-home – he sleeps at his office. The of- The Antique Asylum is located on
around the house: “L-A-Z-Y! You ain’t got no alibi! You fice has a full bath with shower, kitchen with good eats
lazy! Uh-huh, uh-huh! You lazy!”
When you tell Dan you’re leaving that madhouse, if he
and a couch bed.
His, “working late at the office,” makes him easily avail-
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asks you why, tell him it’s health related as you’ve been able in evenings – by appointment only, of course – for a South of
diagnosed with IWPOTETBASFYLC – I Wasn’t Put On quick visit and sex in exchange for legal advice. Palmdale Metrolink Station
This Earth To Be A Slave For Your Lazy Children. He’ll even go out of his way and pick you up at home if
you need a ride and he’s thoughtful and caring enough to
Dear Ethel: A local attorney and former state legislator drive you back home after the “consultation.”
who is once again running for office has gotten himself The man is always kind and considerate enough to show
into hot water for allegedly having a pattern of allegedly up whenever one of my type of non-traditional paying
exposing himself to female staffers while serving at the client has their day in court, and he sits in the audience
Statehouse. and observes so he’s better able to dispense legal advice
Apparently, allegedly, he was fond of answering his door at our next, “consultation.’ He’s a real pro!
in his underwear with his pants down at his ankles with Ethel, I’m not offended when he answers the office door
his crank hanging out the fly. Allegedly. with his pants down around his ankles with his manhood recycling the past
He has asked me and many other women to volunteer on sticking out the fly of his heart-pattern boxer shorts. It lets
his campaign and I, along with several other women he me know he’s open for business, as am I.
asked, all feel obligated to help, because he’s helped us. If a woman is offended at this alleged behavior, shouldn’t Visit our online gallery at
How so? Let me explain. Here in California, it’s a viola-
tion of the lawyer code of ethics to have sex with a paying
they just turn around and walk away instead of creating a
problem for a person who only wants to help in their own
client – if a lawyer taps that ass, they are ethically pro- special way? Sunday-Thursday: 10a-5p
hibited from officially representing them as legal counsel And how do I respond to other women telling me I
when standing tall before the judge. should be ashamed of myself for associating with an al-
Friday & Saturday: 10a-6p
However, there is no prohibition against trading sex for leged pervert? My playing ball saved me hundreds, if not 38712 6th Street East in Palmdale
legal advice. This is where I, and many ladies in town
come in.
thousands of dollars in legal fees, and allowed me to stick
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People – signature gathering. results of 2012, 2014 and 2016 that patently refutes claims
THOMAS FITZGERALD Opponents of Prop 14 at the time of its consideration, made by the proponents.
Publisher and still today, believe the legislature initiated Prop 14 In each of these elections the vast majority of candidates
Based on voter registration statistics, the two major po- to facilitate its own interests. retained in office and elected to office were more liberal than
litical parties know full well which way the political wind That is, to eliminate non-establishment candidates previous. This pattern is likely to continue indefinitely unless
is blowing – not in their favor. from having a chance to get elected and serve in State the Top Two Act is repealed.
According to data from the California Secretary of and congressional offices. Prop 14 does not pertain to Proponents for repealing Top Two desire to replace the Act
State’s Office, in October 1999, Democratic Party regis- other elected offices. with the law in effect prior to adoption of Prop 14 where all
tration accounted for 46 percent of registered voters while Authored by then State Senator Abel Maldonado, the parties field a pool of candidates at the June Primary Election
Republicans had 35 percent, leaving 19 percent of voters measure was approved in the Senate 27 to 12, and the with each parties’ winner facing off at the General Election.
registered with another party or “Decline to State,” (No Assembly 54 to 20, and received the support of then Learn more about efforts to repeal Top Two on page 13.
Party Preference). Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger before being ap-
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And the Hits Just Keep On Coming

toral College, and hence, the between Flynn and Russia, un- Reince Priebus and spokesman “the best people,” and I’m run-
SUE BRAX presidency. known to the FBI, CIA, Home- Sean Spicer to resign from their ning out of column inches.
Viewpoint Barack Obama warned Trump land Security, or the National jobs. Huh, what was it about this What about the wife beaters, fel-
Candidate Donald J. Trump not to hire Flynn, but what could Security Council. Whatever appointment that could cause a ons, and those who just bilk the
said, on numerous occasions, a black man possibly know? could they be talking about that man to quit a prestigious job in American taxpayers out of every
“I’m going to surround myself Flynn’s company, Flynn Intel required absolute secrecy from the White House? dime they can? They will be the
only with the best and most seri- Group Inc., did lobbying work, the American government? Really, a Wall Street millionaire, subject of my next column. In
ous people…We want top of the primarily for Turkey. So what’s Sally Yates, acting attorney gen- major Republican contributor, the meantime, ask yourself this:
line professionals.” the big deal? I don’t know, but it eral, and an Obama appointee, and a star on Fox Business News. What is the purpose of govern-
Ah, yes, Trump promised to was a big enough deal that Flynn warned Trump that Flynn could Scaramucci is crude, vulgar, and ment “service” if you can’t rake
“drain the swamp.” If Obama ap- failed to mention it on his disclo- be subject to Russian blackmail, tough-talking. What’s not to like? in huge sums of money?
pointed them, they had to go. sure forms. was fired for her audacity. Apparently his verbal tirade When everyone appointed by
So Trump surrounded himself He also failed to mention the Imagine, putting the welfare of against members of the presi- the president is intent on living in
with every big donor, sycophant, $45,000 from the Russian gov- the United States above those dent’s staff was too much even the lap of luxury, even if it means
and apple polisher he could find. ernment for a speech he gave “good people” who are loyal to for a man who, as president of the selling out their country, may
Unfortunately, he still hasn’t blasting Obama’s foreign policy Trump and know the value of United States, revels in crudity. God have mercy on the United
found enough of those to fill and calling for cooperation be- making a buck, no matter who or Oh my, these are only two of States of America.
many vital government posi- tween Russia and the U.S. He what you have to sell out?
tions, but what the hey, he’s mak-
ing America Great Again!
So how is it going, this govern-
and Vladimir Putin were real
chummy during the event.
So what? Well, if it’s no big
Ah, only the best people. Much
to Trump’s chagrin, when Fly-
nn’s lies and pocket-lining col-
ment by the obsequious? They deal, why did Flynn fail to report lusion with foreign governments
are dropping like leaves in the it on the required financial dis- became public knowledge, he
fall. Michael Flynn was the first closure forms? was fired.
to go. His crime? Lying to the Before Trump was inaugurated, Trump claims Flynn’s a “good
FBI. So what, everybody lies. Flynn and the president’s son-in- man” who’s being treated unfairly.
Of course, if you’ve done noth- law, Jared Kushner, met with the Another of Trump’s “best peo-
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California Cannabis Sales Growth Could Be Slowed By Onerous Taxes

has flourished in the state for decades.”
DEBRA BORCHARDT To get an idea of how pervasive the Black Market is in California – GreenMarket-
CEO, GreenMarketReport.com Report.com/reasons-californias-cultivators-dont-license – the State Department of
A new report suggests that the California cannabis market growth may be slowed due Food and Agriculture reported that cannabis cultivators (both legal & illegal) grew 13.5
to heavy taxes and restrictive regulations. million pounds of flower in 2016. However, residents only consumed 2.5 million and
California: The Golden Opportunity, written by Arcview Market Research – Arcview- the rest was diverted to the black market.
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writes that even the State’s revenue gains could be affected by the onerous tax and ization process, punishment for breaking drugs laws have been lightened.
regulatory burdens that will drive consumers to the Black Market – exactly the opposite The report said that long-time illicit market customers were shocked when they saw
of what authorities wanted. the prices in legal dispensaries.
The report stated that the taxes and regulations amount to a 77% handicap versus the Around 50 percent of California consumers surveyed in BDS Analytics’ “Public At-
prices in the illicit market. titudes and Actions Toward Legal Cannabis” reported buying cannabis from a friend,
California already had high sales taxes and now that is compounded by new cultiva- family member, or acquaintance.
tion and excise taxes. In addition to that, cannabis businesses are subject to the costs This market is big and very much ingrained in the State. Meaning there will be stiff
of navigating 40+ different types of state licenses. All of these costs ultimately trickle competition between the legal and illegal businesses.
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“While California cannabis companies are thrilled with the traffic increase they’ve than in Colorado and Oregon with local municipalities adding their own taxes on top.
seen since January 1, they can’t help but worry that regulations and taxes are going to A hypothetical $1,400 pound of cannabis effectively ends up costing $4,054 at retail
handicap the legal market in the long term,” said Troy Dayton, CEO of the Arcview and puts cannabis businesses at a serious disadvantage to the illicit players who have
Group. “It’s clear that every additional penny of a price increase on legal cannabis prod- little overhead costs.
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“What an obstruction could not this Bank of the United States, with all its branch banks, be in time of war? It might dictate
to us the peace we should accept, or withdraw its aids. Ought we then to give further growth to an institution so powerful,
so hostile?...Now, while we are strong, it is the greatest debt we owe to the safety of our Constitution, to bring its powerful
enemy to a perfect subordination under its authorities.” - THOMAS JEFFERSON
12 The Antelope Valley Political Observer

The Students Will Lead Us

House. It shook the country down to its roots. dered at Parkland.
RALPH S BRAX More than 200 students left class and demonstrated at
The protestors took some credit for turning people
Viewpoint against this war, which was based on false assumptions, The Palmdale Aerospace Academy. Students at Paraclete
Many, many years ago I finished my dissertation and theories, and policies. But it took years to finally get out set up 17 chairs in the gym to honor those who died in
received my doctorate in history. My dissertation was en- of Vietnam. Parkland.
titled, “The First Student Movement: Student Activism in Then there was Parkland. Who in their right mind would More than 200 students had a rally at Quartz Hill High
the United States in the 1930s.” ever believe that a bunch of high school students in Flor- School, and students at Palmdale High held a student or-
It was about the student movement that erupted in the ida, of all places, would demand the adoption of common ganized rally at lunch.
mid-1930s and focused on trying to prevent America en- sense gun regulations, to decrease the gun violence in our An Eastside High junior, Sasha Vergarick stated, “We’re
tering another world war. schools and the nation. tired of being afraid and needing to look at the door every
Most people were concerned with the horrors of the After seeing 17 people, mostly students, gunned down time someone walks through the door.”
Great Depression, and wanted to get a job, pay the mort- by a lone gunman, at their school, Marjory Stoneman On March 24, more than 400 Antelope Valley students
gage and feed their family. They couldn’t care less about Douglas High School, a large number of students orga- and adults marched and chanted in a peaceful protest in
our foreign policy. nized to demand action, in Florida and in congress, to end solidarity with a nationwide demonstration called March
But thousands of college students across the country this horrific gun violence. For Our Lives, organized by students at Parkland.
were on to something. They feared the U.S. might slide They walked out of their classes on March 14, one The AV march for stronger gun laws was one of about
into another war and they were determined to prevent it. month after the mass murders, to voice their concerns and 850 protests nationwide. Hundreds of thousands of peo-
The key event of their activism was to walk out of their let people know they would continue their protest and ac- ple protested in cities such as New York, Boston, Chi-
classes on November 11, the day World War I ended, at tivism until something was done. They were not alone. cago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle and
11:00 o’clock and then return to class one hour later. On that day, thousands of high school students nation- Portland.
There was no violence or histrionics. Imagine such a wide, from Maine to Hawaii, walked out of their classes Students in the AV started their march at American He-
protest, it could never happen again. at 10 a.m., in their local time zone, to protest against gun roes Park, then walked to Jane Reynolds Park. A SOAR
In the 60s, millions of students went to the barricades to violence and demand action. High School student, Noah Sveiver, declared, “If you
force our government to end the war against the Vietnam- Hundreds of students in the Antelope Valley High want to save lives, if you want to prevent future tragedies,
ese people. School District joined the student led protest. The super- you need to vote.”
Instead of not attending class for an hour, these students intendent, David Vierra, had students stay on campus to While Congress does nothing about gun violence, stu-
marched down streets, outside the Capitol and White be safe, and gather together to make their voices heard. dents are on the march.
Vierra commented he was pleased to see the students act Hope lives.
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About 350 students at Eastside High School walked out
of their classes and gathered in the school’s amphitheater The opinions expressed in this column are those of Ralph
800.209.2924 for a 17 minute walkout, one minute for each person mur- Brax, not The Political Observer newspaper. The Polit-
818.406.3057 ical Observer newspaper supports the 2nd Amendment
and understands doctor prescribed, FDA-approved psy-
chotropic drugs (side-effects include thoughts of suicide)
play a significant role in the violent mental state of mass
murderers - not the availability of guns.

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opinion of England and of English writers it is a good; in that of other nations it is an evil; and excepting
England and her copyist, the United States, there is not a nation existing, I believe, which tolerates a paper
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“I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground: That all powers not delegated to the United
States, by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States or to the people. To take a
single step beyond the boundaries thus specially drawn around the powers of Congress, is to take possession of a
boundless field of power no longer susceptible of any definition. The incorporators of a bank, and the powers
assumed by this bill, have not, in my opinion, been delegated to the United States, by the Constitution. They are
not among the powers specially enumerated.” - Thomas Jefferson, 1813.
14 The Antelope Valley Political Observer
This Month in
American History
09 MAY 1860: Former members of the
American and Whig Parties meet in Bal-
timore to form the Constitutional Union
18 MAY 1876: The Greenback Party holds
its national convention in Indiana.
14 MAY 1884: The Anti-Monopoly Par-
ty is the first of several reform parties to
organize and convene on a national basis
this election year. The party is responding
to the apparent need for legislation at the
federal level to regulate gigantic trusts,
combines and monopolies which are cre-
ating a powerful network of a few inter-
locking companies working to forestall
competition, legislation or regulation.
28 MAY 1884: The Greenback Party meets
in Indiana, and nominates old Republican
Reconstructionist and Union General Ben-
jamin Butler for president. The party will
later merge with the Anti-Monopoly Party
to become the Populist Party.
15 MAY 1888: The national convention
of the Equal Rights Party meets in Iowa.
The Midwest and West are sympathetic to
Women’s Rights partly because the man-
ner of living in the open country breaks
down artificial behavior patterns.
16 MAY 1888: The Union Labor Party
convenes in Ohio. This is one of several
parties now forming to support the cause
of the new militant American laborers.
17 MAY 1888: The United Labor Party
holds its national convention in Ohio.
19 MAY 1891: Growing out of enthusi-
astic meeting in Kansas the year before,
the vibrant, eclectic, reform-minded Pop-
ulist Party is formed at the national lev-
el at a convention held in Ohio. Its main
strength lies in united support from labor
and farmers. Government ownership of
railroads along with free coinage of Silver
are among their most important demands.
They back a graduated income tax; an
eight-hour workday; popular election of
senators and the secret ballot. In the 1892
presidential election with General Weav-
er as their candidate, the Populist Party
polled over 1.2 million votes.
18 MAY 1652: The Rhode Island Colony
enacts the first American law declaring
slavery illegal.
26 MAY 1922: The creation of the Federal
Narcotics Control Board is signed into law
by President Harding.

“The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the Federal Government, are few and defined. Those which
are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on
external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce; with which last the power of taxation will,
for the most part, be connected. The powers reserved to the several States will extend to all the objects which, in
the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people, and the internal order, im-
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power of interference in its administration…these schemes being always made unintelligible for the gulls
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dustry created to supply a variety of articles for troops, ammunition. &c. Now. I had always supposed that war produced a
diminution of industry, by the number of hands it withdraws from industrious pursuits for employment in arms, &c, which
are totally unproductive. And if it calls for new industry in the articles of ammunition and other military supplies, the hands
are borrowed from other branches on which the demand is slackened by the war; so that it is but a shifting of these hands
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