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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Frank Page
Some churches have expressed outrage after an announcement by the Boy Scouts of America that it might lift its policy banning gays from the organization.
The man who helped introduce Elvis Presley to worldwide audiences through his work with the Louisiana Hayride _ the state's version of the heralded Grand Ole Opry _ has died.
The man who helped introduce Elvis Presley to worldwide audiences through the Louisiana Hayride _ the state's version of the heralded Grand Ole Opry country radio show _ has died. He was 87.
"We should never confuse prayer as a substitute for human action," Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee president Frank Page wrote at Baptist Press.