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San Francisco Democrat: close all vaccine gaps K-12
State Senator Pan wants to go beyond Newsom requirement for grades 7-12

A California lawmaker known for tightening restrictions on school vaccine laws will propose a bill Monday to close a loophole in the state’s requirement that children receive Covid-19 shots. State Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) will announce Monday morning a

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January 24th, 2022|

Falun Gong movie makes it to 30 U.S. movie theaters
'Unsilenced' shows Chinese totalitarianism

Theaters in 30 US cities this week are doing something almost unheard of within an industry that routinely stifles even the mildest criticism of the Chinese government: They are screening a new film about atrocious human rights abuses in contemporary China.

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January 24th, 2022|

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Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds is a weekly article written by Mary Rose, who boldly ventures to college campuses throughout California to ask hard-hitting questions to some of the world’s most malleable minds.

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U.S. Supremes send Heartbeat law to Texas Supremes
Pro-aborts want decision in hands of federal district court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday declined to send a legal challenge against a Texas abortion law back to a lower federal court— which has already blocked enforcement of the law once— sending the challenge instead to the Texas

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January 23rd, 2022|

What does the Church teach about doing “soft” drugs?
Abusing psycho-active substances is a choice to render oneself temporarily incapable of virtue

“Smoking a joint is not a sin. The Church teaches that it’s wrong to get drunk but licit to take a relaxing drink. Now, smoking marijuana is just like drinking with moderation. It is relaxing and does not deprive

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January 21st, 2022|

Covid success story banned by Twitter and YouTube
Drs. George Fareed of Brawley, Brian Tyson of El Centro treated 7,000 patients

On January 7 Dr. George Fareed of Brawley and Dr. Brian Tyson of El Centro published Overcoming the Covid Darkness, their story of treating 7,000 Covid patients in the Imperial Valley since April 2020. What makes their story unique is an

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January 21st, 2022|

Catholic Coalition finishing 10 craftsman homes in Long Beach
Two blocks away, an empty lot awaits another 36 houses

Working feverishly inside a fenced construction site at Long Beach on Jan. 15, a group of volunteers from St. James Church was determined to fend off the surprise arrival of Saturday morning showers with shovels, pipe wrenches, and paintbrushes.

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January 21st, 2022|

SF names street after “Sister” of Perpetual Indulgence
Group began by stealing habits from a community of religious Sisters

San Francisco is renaming a street in the Mission to honor a longtime LGBTQ activist. Alert Alley, which is off Dolores Street, between 15th and 16th streets, will be known as Sister Vish-Knew Way. Vish-Knew is a co-founder of

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January 20th, 2022|

Davis schools push gender agenda to limit
Use the pronouns they/them until someone says his pronouns

Davis Joint Unified School District in Davis, California, pushed leftwing distortions of gender and critical race theory through its Office of School Climate, which taught staff that “gender is a scam” and advertises the White Privilege Conference on March 9-12,

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January 20th, 2022|

New York Times exposes genetic testing company
85 percent false positives for pre-natal disorders

A genetic testing company is being investigated after it was scrutinized in a New York Times article demonstrating that prenatal tests for a set of rare genetic disorders yield about 85 percent false positives. Following the report on microdeletion false positives,

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January 20th, 2022|

Abortion-rights activists: white supremacists are pro-life because they fear running out of white people
Nevermind that minorities are disproportionately targeted by abortion businesses...

UC Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute hosted a panel discussion on the fight for reproductive justice Thursday, with panelists focusing on the role of white supremacy in anti-abortion activism and the need to center marginalized people in abortion-rights activism. 

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January 19th, 2022|
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