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Graphic video shows L.A. police shoot man in head and handcuff him

Graphic video shows L.A. police shoot man in head and handcuff him

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How to navigate Napa's vineyards

How to navigate Napa's vineyards

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Carly Fiorina fumbles presidential annoucement

Carly Fiorina fumbles presidential annoucement

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Angry protest against Republican on 'amnesty' vote

Angry protest against Republican on 'amnesty' vote

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Governor Brown: Cruz 'unfit' as president

Governor Brown: Cruz 'unfit' as president

Senator Ted Cruz will be the first Republican to officially announce his presidential candidacy.

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America's Great Silicon Divide

America's Great Silicon Divide

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An Open Letter to Democratic California legislators

An Open Letter to Democratic California legislators

The Constitutional rights of all Americans are in jeopardy because seven Democratic California legislators are interfering with hiring practices and personnel policies of private, parochial schools. Full text of letter.

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The Los Angeles Times practices self-censorship

The Los Angeles Times practices self-censorship

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Loretta Sanchez is no moderate Democrat

Loretta Sanchez is no moderate Democrat

Loretta Sanchez is considering a run for the US Senate, while some call her a moderate Democrat. Her record tells a different story. Her ties to Alinskyian organizing are long-standing.

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The unrelenting push for assisted suicide

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Declaring Jahi McMath brain-dead is bad science

Declaring Jahi McMath brain-dead is bad science

Declared brain-dead by a California hospital, teenaged Jahi McMath may now be moving by command.

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California to pay doctors to teach teenagers how to die

California to pay doctors to teach teenagers how to die

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Gov. Jerry Brown and the principle of subsidiarity

Gov. Jerry Brown and the principle of subsidiarity

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California state employees healthcare covers only 'medically necessary' abortion

California state employees healthcare covers only 'medically necessary' abortion

Gov. Jerry Brown says limiting coverage to 'medically necessary' abortion is discriminatory, but only when applied by private institutions such as Catholic hospitals. There's a double-standard for bureaucrats and citizens in the Golden State.

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California: legislature says goodbye to independence and hello to bureaucracy

California: legislature says goodbye to independence and hello to bureaucracy

California's legislature embarks on plans to further expand centralized government control over the most intimate details of our lives. Legislative language may eliminate choices for end-of-life care

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California continues to micromanage elderly and end-of-life issues

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Catholics call on a saint to ease immigration crisis

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Mexicans seek donations for unaccompanied child migrants to US

Mexicans seek donations for unaccompanied child migrants to US

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Bill Gates, Catholic bishops, and Republicans join in California health legislation

Bill Gates, Catholic bishops, and Republicans join in California health legislation

Bills reported out of committee in California's lower house show a penchant for increasing the size of the nanny state. Republicans absent themselves from key votes, while the Catholic bishops and Bill Gates have formed partnerships, 'womb-to-tomb'.

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California Democrats demand a clean diaper for every baby

California Democrats demand a clean diaper for every baby

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California: dead last among states favorable to business

California: dead last among states favorable to business

In a study conducted by Chief Executive Magazine, California came in 50th among the 50 states of the Union.

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Catholic drag show displays depths of sexual disorientation

Catholic drag show displays depths of sexual disorientation

'Gender expression and identity, for some people, is not an area to be explored. For some people, that simply is wrong,' 'However, the law of the church is silent on cross dressing. There no evidence that cross dressing is inherently homosexual.'

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That Tell-Tale Heart: Questions to ask in cases of comatose patients

That Tell-Tale Heart: Questions to ask in cases of comatose patients

Proponents of organ donations have played fast and loose with the defintion of death in order to advance their goals. Obamacare may have irrevocably changed the physician/patient relationship, thus encouraging euthanasia.

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Growing national voter fraud scandals

Growing national voter fraud scandals

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Current California voter fraud controversy has deep roots

Current California voter fraud controversy has deep roots

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Re-visiting end-of-life issues: targetting of at-risk seniors

Re-visiting end-of-life issues: targetting of at-risk seniors

Bills to watch during the current legislative period in the California state legislature.

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Is it safe to have surgery at Children's Hospital in Oakland?

Is it safe to have surgery at Children's Hospital in Oakland?

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California gets a good start towards effective educational reform

California gets a good start towards effective educational reform

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The medico-legal industry confronts vulnerable citizens

The medico-legal industry confronts vulnerable citizens

Jahi McMath, a disabled child in California, was disconnected from life support by order of a local judge.

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Catholic bishop, born in Mexico, demands humane approach for illegal immigrants

Catholic bishop, born in Mexico, demands humane approach for illegal immigrants

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Catholic bishops were absent in the Jahi McMath controversy

Catholic bishops were absent in the Jahi McMath controversy

As Jahi McMath was on life support in a California hospital waiting for doctors to pull the plug, where were the Catholic bishops? They missed an opportunity to teach valuable lessons about the value of life.

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California court releases Jahi McMath to her parents

California court releases Jahi McMath to her parents

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Mysterious murder of Catholic priest in California

Mysterious murder of Catholic priest in California

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Don't let them stop the ventilator for Jahi McMath

Don't let them stop the ventilator for Jahi McMath

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Jahi McMath may get an 11th hour reprieve

Jahi McMath may get an 11th hour reprieve

Jahi McMath is 13 years old and has remained in an apparent coma since undergoing a routine tonsillectomy at a California hospital. She has been declared 'brain dead', but may still have a chance for life.

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U.S. Marine wrestles great white shark to shore

U.S. Marine wrestles great white shark to shore

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California leads the way in transgender madness

California leads the way in transgender madness

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Terrorism funding revealed at IBC-TV event at Beverly Hills city council

Terrorism funding revealed at IBC-TV event at Beverly Hills city council

The Ford Foundation, George Soros, the New Israel Fund, and U.S. taxpayers are behind an effort to undermine Israel's security.

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The POLST form is not pro-life friendly

The POLST form is not pro-life friendly

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) Paradigm is being promoted in California as 'natural death.' But is it indeed? It may well be planned death, supported by legal force and abetted by religious and community organizations.

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California: a bellwether for anti-Christian bias in the United States

California: a bellwether for anti-Christian bias in the United States

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Rabbi arrested for sexual abuse and torture of boys

Rabbi arrested for sexual abuse and torture of boys

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Obamacare makes families' healthcare costs skyrocket

Obamacare makes families' healthcare costs skyrocket

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Another illegal immigrant nightmare

Another illegal immigrant nightmare

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California's eugenics legacy continues in chemical sterilization of minorities

California's eugenics legacy continues in chemical sterilization of minorities

Is the chemical sterilization of minorities not the moral equivalent of the surgical sterilizaiton of so-called 'defectives' once practiced in California and the U.S.?

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California's educational system offers a lesson in debauchery

California's educational system offers a lesson in debauchery

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On a day like today: U.S. deports American citizens

On a day like today: U.S. deports American citizens

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Philanthropic doctors save girl from disfigurement

Philanthropic doctors save girl from disfigurement

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America's continued fascination with eugenic genocide

America's continued fascination with eugenic genocide

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Target Stores sued for discrimination against Hispanics

Target Stores sued for discrimination against Hispanics

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California: state gov't compelled women to undergo sterilization

California: state gov't compelled women to undergo sterilization

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Pelosi says late-term abortion is 'sacred ground'

Pelosi says late-term abortion is 'sacred ground'

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California punishes entrepreneurs

California punishes entrepreneurs

High taxes and regulations is squelching business on the Left Coast.

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Lesbian labor leader to address Catholic parish in San Francisco

Lesbian labor leader to address Catholic parish in San Francisco

Mary Kay Henry, president of the Service Employees International Union, addresses parishoners at Holy Redeemer Catholic church in San Francisco. A Catholic, Henry is also a homosexual and advocate of same-sex marriage who lives with another woman.

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Rev. John Malloy, RIP

Rev. John Malloy, RIP

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Jesuits take on Catholic faith and Modernism

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California Catholics hopeful despite setback for canonization of Fr Aloysius Ellacuria

California Catholics hopeful despite setback for canonization of Fr Aloysius Ellacuria

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Killer Dorner believed dead; four victims dead

Killer Dorner believed dead; four victims dead

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Social media erupts in idolatry of cop-killer Christopher Dorner

Social media erupts in idolatry of cop-killer Christopher Dorner

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New York Times obsession with Catholic priests

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Can new gun control law control violent crime?

Can new gun control law control violent crime?

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San Francisco: 50,000 pro-lifers march

San Francisco: 50,000 pro-lifers march

Abortion advocates danced in the square to celebrate 40 years of legal abortion and 55 million deaths.

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California Catholics rocked by admissions from Cardinal Mahony

California Catholics rocked by admissions from Cardinal Mahony

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California loses its lustre and sends business away

California loses its lustre and sends business away

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U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

U.S. Marine writes senator and refuses to be 'disarmed'

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The purpose of schools in a one-world government

The purpose of schools in a one-world government

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No more California dreamin' under Jerry Brown

No more California dreamin' under Jerry Brown

The wealthy are leaving California for Facebook. Democrats, in power for 50 years in the governor's chair, have imposed regulations that have caused employers to flee.

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Episcopalian bishop invites Catholics to leave their Church

Episcopalian bishop invites Catholics to leave their Church

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America and its cultural schizophrenia

America and its cultural schizophrenia

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Over 50 voters registered in one California household

Over 50 voters registered in one California household

Veteran activist John Mancino, who once campaigned for Robert F. Kennedy, decried voter fraud aided and abetted by the Democratic Party.

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Laws against animal cruelty protect people too

Laws against animal cruelty protect people too

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California: Bishop Blaire clarifies statements about Obamacare

California: Bishop Blaire clarifies statements about Obamacare

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Apparent dissonance among Catholic bishops over Obamacare

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Pope pleased with American bishops' changes in religious education

The visiting USCCB bishops are also looking to formulate a missal in Spanish for use in the US. The Vatican has recognized that the US is now the second-largest Spanish-speaking country.

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California: Maronite Catholics protest pastor's removal

California: Maronite Catholics protest pastor's removal

Fr Nabil Mouannes, a Maronite Catholic priest, is at the center of a controversy pitting his congregation against his bishop.

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Catholic priest flees to Ireland following sexual abuse suit

Catholic priest flees to Ireland following sexual abuse suit

Kelly fled the U.S. rather than serve as witness in a trial. He had been found liable for damages in a civil suit alleging he sexually molested an altar boy in California.

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Planned Parenthood campaigns for abortions by non-physicians

Planned Parenthood campaigns for abortions by non-physicians

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César Chávez: much too Catholic for some

César Chávez: much too Catholic for some

The famed Mexican-American labor organizer was "the last Catholic in America" to achieve "cultural/political synthesis" and bring Catholic social teachings into the public square.

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California: Gender-selective abortions

California: Gender-selective abortions

Americans tracing their origins to China, India, and Korea have relatively few daughters. Why?

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Caine's Arcade: a story of enterprise and kindness

Caine's Arcade: a story of enterprise and kindness

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Autopsy for painter Thomas Kinkade

Autopsy for painter Thomas Kinkade

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Religious education is an encounter with God

Religious education is an encounter with God

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California: shock over vandalized church

California: shock over vandalized church

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Catholic hospital forced to cease sterilization of women

Catholic hospital forced to cease sterilization of women

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New think tank to tackle anti-Semitism on campus

New think tank to tackle anti-Semitism on campus

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Catholics to protest upcoming 'dissent-fest' in Los Angeles

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Obama's fellow travelers: Catholic bishops opposed to religious liberty

Obama's fellow travelers: Catholic bishops opposed to religious liberty

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California bill would allow non-physicians to perform abortions

California bill would allow non-physicians to perform abortions

20 California legislators co-sponsor bill that would allow non-physicians to perform uterine-aspiration abortions.

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Catholic college hosts pro-choice advocate

Catholic college hosts pro-choice advocate

Lecturer Amy Richards was an advocate for Planned Parenthood. She spoke at a conference sponsored by St Mary's College of California. In 2004, she recounted in NYT her decision to abort two of her three triplets.

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California: STD rates climb despite free condoms and lube for teens

California: STD rates climb despite free condoms and lube for teens

Venereal disease continues to rise in Babylon-by-the-Bay, a.k.a. San Francisco. High school students obtain condoms from schools.

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Latinos re-assess support for Obama

Latinos re-assess support for Obama

Strangely, President Obama is targetting the very people who put him into office by pressing for abortion that is largely aimed at minorities.

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West Coast March for Life draws thousands

Participants in the march signed petitions to put parental consent to a minor's abortion on the California ballot.

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Los Angeles Times: Episcopalian flight to Catholicism is 'provocative'

Los Angeles Times: Episcopalian flight to Catholicism is 'provocative'

LA Times is apparently unhappy with erection of Anglican-use ordinariate in U.S.

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Catholic bishop sues priest for speaking against homosexuality

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A heartwarming story that started with a rape

A heartwarming story that started with a rape

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Catholic bishop resigns over paternity admission

Catholic bishop resigns over paternity admission

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Teenager manages to climb all 7 of world's tallest peaks

Teenager manages to climb all 7 of world's tallest peaks

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Calling Gustavo Arellano of Village Voice Media

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Rainbow Sash Movement congratulates Catholic bishop

Rainbow Sash Movement congratulates Catholic bishop

A California gay rights group says that it is 'encouraged' by Catholic Archbishop George Niederauer of San Francisco.

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Ugly Fish of the Day: deepsea barreleye

Ugly Fish of the Day: deepsea barreleye

It thinks with a clear head, and then snatches food from its competitors.

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New material is nearly as light as air

New material is nearly as light as air

The new metal, developed at UC-Irvine with assist from DARPA, is 99.9 percent air. Applications for nano-technology, batteries, and defense envisioned.

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