'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Economic issues seem to be dominating the 2012 campaign, but a quiet electoral revolution is brewing. The "religious vote" is on the move, and it's not going leftward.
Will former Sen. Rick Santorum drop out before the April 24 primary in his home state of Pennsylvania? That's the big question for those watching the 2012 Republican race.
Servicemen who suffer concussions from wartime explosions struggle with symptoms even though brain scans generally show no damage. Now a specialized type of scan has spotted brain abnormalities in some of these patients.
Oh, ye of big faith. Like, really big faith. The largest single constituency in the electorate in the midterm elections was "self-identified evangelicals," who comprised 29 percent of the vote and cast a hefty 78 percent of their ballots for Republican candidates, according to new findings from the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
The Republican challenger to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said she prefers appearing on Fox instead of news programs like NBC's "Meet the Press" or ABC's "This Week."
The abnormalities appeared in just 18 of 63 patients from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, so those physical signs alone can't be used to diagnose concussion, Brody said.
They imply damage to the "wiring" that connects parts of the brain, and it's not yet clear what if anything the new finding suggests for treatment, he said.