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CWA President Penny Nance: ‘Politics Is Downstream from Public Opinion’

“We can all become Benedictine monks,” or “we can clear our throats, we can lean forward, we can have a conversation with our neighbors and we can try to do something practical to protect ourselves and to lead our country forward” Concerned Women for America CEO and President Penny Nance told the Breitbart News Sunday listening audience and host Matthew Boyle in response to last week’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court to force homosexual marriage in all 50 states.

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Rep. Marsha Blackburn: Supreme Court Is ‘Inventing Federal Rights’

The U.S. Supreme Court decision on Obamacare last week was essentially the court saying, “we are making a ruling not on a reading of the law, but we are making a ruling on what we interpret should have been congressional impact,” Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) told Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on the Breitbart News Saturday radio program.

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Senate Passes SB 277 to End Child Vaccine Exemption

California legislators passed the highly controversial SB 277 by a vote of 24-14 on Monday, despite massive opposition efforts launched against the school-based vaccine mandate that brought thousands to the state capitol and caused protests around California.

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Gay Marriage Ruling Hasn’t Dissuaded Conservatives

Californians have seen it before. From the overturn of voter approved Proposition 8 and Proposition 22 to this week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges to institute homosexual marriage in all 50 states, judges overruled the will of the people.

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Illegal Alien Health Insurance Expanded in 35 California Counties

A panel of eight County Medical Services Program (CMSP) board members appointed largely by unelected, government administrative officials unanimously decided Thursday to give health insurance to illegal aliens that aren’t low income and don’t qualify for California’s Obamacare health exchange

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Vaccine Mandate, SB 277, Passes California Assembly

On Thursday, the California State Assembly passed the SB 277, which mandates child vaccinations as a condition of private and public school enrollment, by a vote of 46-30. Democrats and Republicans were divided within their own parties over the bill, which ultimately passed with bipartisan support. Due to amendments, however, the bill was immediately ordered back to the State Senate, where it previously passed.

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Special Ed Student Duct-taped During Class

A teacher and aide could lose their jobs over a February 26 incident involving duct tape and students in a remedial learning class that authorities are now calling a practical joke that got out of hand.   Oceanside Police were

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Some California Tarballs Linked To Santa Barbara Oil Spill

A few of over one hundred tarballs collected on some southern California beaches were tested found to have come from the Santa Barbara oil spill that occurred on May 19 just north of Refugio Beach. Some samples were also connected to naturally occurring ocean floor seepage.

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Drought Critics: Obama’s California Golf Game Out of Bounds

Global warming activists and environmentalists continue to complain about President Barack Obama’ Father’s Day weekend stint in the drought-stricken state of California, during which he touted his commitment to combat climate change and then jetted off to Palm Springs to hit some balls on the manicured greens of the elite Annenberg Estate Sunnylands.

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San Diego TB Rate Is Twice the National Average

San Diego cases of tuberculosis are double the national average health officials say, raising again the question of the role of illegal immigration in the spread of very serious like tuberculosis (TB) in the United States.

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‘Silent Disco’ Hits San Francisco

Scores of celebratory San Franciscans dancing to synced headphone tunes joined Thursday in a trendy silent disco for the re-opening of San Francisco’s $20.5 million remodeled Dolores Park.

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Environmental Regulations May Spur Chargers’ Move to L.A.

Stadium negotiations between the Chargers organization and City of San Diego officials hit a rough patch again Tuesday when Chargers’ special counsel Mark Fabiani announced that a ballot measure to streamline burdensome California environmental regulations could not make an end-of-year deadline. After

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