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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Amy Jones
Ralph Reed's now annual Faith & Freedom Coalition conference in Washington last week drew a surprisingly small audience of mostly Protestant evangelical political activists — but still attracted a bevy of Republican political stars.
The chief executive of struggling BlackBerry-maker Research in Motion apologized Friday after an outage in Europe and Africa interrupted service for customers on the very day Apple Inc. released its new iPhone 5.
The chief executive of struggling BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion apologized Friday after an outage in Europe and Africa interrupted service for customers on the very day Apple Inc. released its new iPhone 5.
Lindsay Whalen sat in the back of a convertible, scanning the delighted crowd for kids to toss candy to.
"In all honesty, Ron Johnson's speech was the great one," she said. "What stuck out in my mind was his saying we need to take our government back to what's important to the family in American life."
Miss Jones later said what she "really appreciated was Rand Paul's tackling the issue of religious freedom."