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House HealthCare Bill Would Establish 'Medical Homes' for the Elderly and Disabled

July 31

Such a medical home would not require a physician to be on the staff, and therefore could be run solely by nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Medical homes also would practice "evidence-based" medicine, which advocates only the use of medical treatments that are supported by effectiveness research.

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Texas Debates Adding Religion to U.S. History Curriculum

July 31

The Texas Board of Education is debating whether to modify its American history curriculum to acknowledge the influence that religion had on the country's founding.

Supporters of amplifying the religious aspects of U.S. history in Texas public schools argue that it is simply telling the truth about how America was founded.

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Home Depot Building a 'Le-Gay-Cy' for Children

July 31


Home Depot is helping to introduce children to the homosexual lifestyle.

The Nashville Gay Pride website notes that Home Depot contributed more than $5,000 to help finance the 2009 festival. The retailer also participated by conducting children's craft workshops at a special booth set up for them. The company has sponsored similar children's venues at pro-homosexual events in Atlanta, Kansas City, Durham, Portland, and San Diego.

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New United Nation's Treaty Obama Favors Targets Disabled Unborn With Abortion

July 31


President Barack Obama's much-anticipated pro-United Nations treaty campaign has been launched with a White House ceremony declaring support for the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

But despite the title and language of the treaty, including the affirmation of a "right to life," it is doubtful whether the treaty would protect the rights of unborn children with disabilities, such as those with Down syndrome.

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Obama's Approval Has Crashed Among Middle-Income Americans in Past Three Weeks

July 31

A new Gallup poll shows that President Barack Obama's job approval rating has dropped ten points in just three weeks among middle income earners--those making between $60,000 and $89,988 per year.

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IRS Withdraws Audit on Pastor Who Preached Politics

July 31

The Internal Revenue Service closed its investigation of a Minnesota pastor who advised congregants in a sermon last year not to vote for Barack Obama.

Pastor Gus Booth of Warroad Community Church was among dozens of pastors across the country who boldly preached on social and political issues and endorsed presidential candidates from the pulpit last September.

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Iowa Woman Selling Her TVs - Reason: 'Obama on Every Channel'

July 31

A 78-year-old Carroll woman says she's so tired of seeing President Barack Obama on the airwaves that she's selling her television sets - two of them.

Deloris Nissen, a retired nurses' aide and former Kmart employee who was raised on a farm near Audubon, placed a classified advertisement with The Daily Times Herald for Friday's paper.

In the $5.50 ad, Nissen tells readers she has two television sets for sale.

The reason: "Obama on every channel and station."

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