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Davenport: Stop the Marijuana Rush in California

There is a new gold rush in California, a rush for the pot of gold promised by the legalization of marijuana. Although California voters rejected it in 2010, it is on the ballot again and current polls show it winning. With the 6th largest economy in the world, California’s vote is especially important.

What have we learned from the states that have already legalized marijuana:  Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Alaska and D.C?
•    First, it’s not quite the economic boon the states expected, with people buying on black markets or avoiding the taxes in other ways.
•    More important, a Colorado report shows increases in marijuana-related traffic deaths, hospital visits, school suspensions and other legal problems, and:
•    Legalization sometimes causes prices to fall and increases use and related disorders.
It’s no wonder that the California measure is opposed by law enforcement, prison officials and health groups.  It’s not merely a question of freedom or lifestyle—it’s doubling down on serious societal problems.

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Hewitt: Oppose SB 1146

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The California Senate recently passed a bill that threatens the ability of faith-based institutions across the Golden State to function according to their religious beliefs.

The bill—SB 1146—is now being considered by the various committees within the Assembly. If passed and signed by Governor Brown, the bill would require any entity that receives state funding or enrolls students who receive state financial assistance to abide by expansive nondiscrimination provisions.

The bottom line: Religious schools would no longer be able to limit admission of students or employment of people of their particular religious faith, nor would these schools be able to maintain certain conduct, housing policies and other policies according to their faith convictions.

It’s an ominous piece of legislation.

If you care about religious freedom, please visit opposeSB1146.com, that’s opposeSB1146.com and do what you can to stop this bill.

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Senator Tom Cotton: Libya Alone Disqualifies Hillary Clinton From Being President

Senator Tom Cotton told Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday that Hillary Clinton’s disastrous intervention in Libya disqualifies her from being president of the United States. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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Davenport: Hillary’s Email in the Court of Public Opinion

The FBI concluded that Hillary Clinton’s email practices were “extremely careless” but not criminal. That’s the court of law, but the court of public opinion will speak on this matter at the ballot box November 8.

Let’s face it, there is plenty of room for the electorate to draw a different conclusion about electing a president than the FBI reached on a criminal indictment. “I’m extremely careless but not a crook” isn’t a great slogan for a campaign bumper sticker.

What should voters weigh about this?
• 110 emails in her personal account contained classified information

• Thousands of her emails were deleted and not made available

• It is possible, the FBI said—probable I would say—that other countries hostile to our interests hacked her insecure emails.

Voters, who already say they are concerned about Clinton’s integrity, are right to consider her lack of care and openness in handling this vital matter of national security.

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Medved: Gallup Poll: Most Americans Still Believe in God

Medved reports on a new Gallup poll that finds that most Americans still believe in God. The key findings:

  • 89% of Americans say they believe in God
  • In a separate poll, 79% say “believe in God” and 10% “not sure”
  • All measures of belief in God show declines from previous decades

Join Michael Medved’s premium content website at MedvedMedhead.com.

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Elder Calls Out the Liberal Media and Obama on Police Shootings

Larry Elder explains how the liberal media and President Obama have mischaracterized the issue of blacks being killed by white police officers. Visit Larry Elder’s site at LarryElder.com

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Reince Priebus: Voters Are Hungry For Change And Donald Trump Answers That

Democrats have chosen the status quo in Hillary Clinton, and that gives Republicans an advantage in the fall, says RNC Chairman Reince Priebus. Hugh Hewitt discusses the ins and outs of the Cleveland RNC Convention with the Chairman, as well as the upcoming fall presidential debates. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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