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Rush Limbaugh: Amnesty Is Irreversible

Rush Limbaugh made clear on his Thursday show that if Barack Obama grants blanket amnesty to the illegal immigrants living in the United states, there would be no way to reverse the effects of such an action. Nov 13, 2014 8:25 PM PT

Raised Eyebrows as Lobbyists Host California Legislators in Hawaii

The Los Angeles Times reports that California state legislators being wooed by corporate interests and lobbyists at conferences taking place on Maui this winter. More than twenty legislators will be feted at luxury resorts so the corporations can make their pitch, a situation that is raising eyebrows on the heels of several corruption scandals. Nov 13, 2014 1:21 PM PT

Cardinals Rookie Drunk at Time of Fatal Accident

Oscar Taveras, the rookie outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals killed in a car crash in his native Dominican Republic on October 26, was drunk at the time of the crash, according to the Dominican Republic's attorney general’s office. Nov 13, 2014 10:19 AM PT

Huckabee Gearing Up for 2016?

It is looking increasingly likely that former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, 59, will make a presidential run in 2016, according to The Washington Post. Though he is presently a Fox News host, Huckabee is hiring staff for his new advocacy group, holding meetings with prospective donors, and conducting trips with religious leaders as well as scheduling strategy sessions for a possible candidacy. Nov 13, 2014 5:39 AM PT

Dog Finds Cell Phones in California Prison

One California prison is utilizing a dog to sniff out cellphones hidden by prisoners. The dog, Drako, working in Vacaville, has a sensational nose for the phones. His officer, Brian Pyle, showed exactly how Drako worked. Pyle told San Francisco's KPIX5: “He looks for marijuana, heroin, cocaine"--but also cell phones. “In four years, he’s found 1,000. When we go into a cell, Drako knows what time it is. He knows it’s time to go to work.” Nov 12, 2014 1:30 PM PT

Flag Stolen from Grandmother on Veterans Day

Betty Smith, 75, a retired Christian school teacher in El Cajon, awakened on Veterans Day to find the American flag in front of her house stolen. She told ABC News' San Diego affiliate: "It amazes me that anyone would do it...It makes me feel bad that somebody doesn't care about our veterans enough to leave the flag up." Nov 12, 2014 1:13 PM PT

WaPo: GOP Won More Than People Realize in November Election

Aaron Blake, writer for the Washington Post, points out that the results of last Tuesday’s election portend a much brighter future for Republicans than many had assumed. He notes that more than two-thirds of state legislatures across the nation will be controlled by the GOP, a factor that may prove as important as the 7-seat gain in the Senate and the biggest advantage in the House in the last century. Nov 11, 2014 7:07 PM PT

Marin Residents Upset at Pandora Founder's Mega-Mansion Plan

Some West Marin residents are balking at plans by Pandora founder Tim Westergren, 48, to construct a 8,297-square-foot vacation home in their neighborhood, according to local news reports. The 17-acre land on which the home is to be built was previously occupied by St. Eugene’s Hermitage and Western United States Diocese of the Orthodox Church of America. Westergren and his wife, Smita, reportedly bought the property in 2008. Nov 11, 2014 12:46 PM PT

Texas Teacher to be Fired For Racist Tweet

Vinita Hegwood, a black English teacher at Duncanville High School in Texas, is going to be fired for her profane and racist tweet referring to the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. Nov 10, 2014 7:39 PM PT

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