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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Michael Berry
Don't donate to the tea party or to evangelical Christian groups — that was the message soldiers at a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood said they received from a counter-intelligence agent who headed up the meeting. If you do, you could face punishment — that was the other half of the message, as reported by Fox News.
Mitt Romney has sprinted ahead of Barack Obama to become the frontrunner in this year's election by sticking to a message the incumbent can't counter: President Obama has had a full term in the White House to turn America around but life is worse than it was four years ago.
A University of Colorado economic model that has correctly predicted the past eight presidential elections shows Mitt Romney emerging as the victor in 2012.
Three physicists whose research on entangled particles plays a key role in attempts to develop super-fast quantum computers could be in the running for the 2011 Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday.
Hundreds of D.C. residents, employees and tourists took advantage of August's "soft opening" of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, the last of its kind to be built on the National Mall and the only dedicated to someone who was not a former president.
Michael Berry, one of the nonprofit's attorneys, said he has been advising the soldier about his options — but that in the meanwhile, he said the American public should be on guard.
"The American public should be outraged that the U.S. Army is teaching our troops that evangelical Christians and tea party members are enemies of America and that they can be punished for supporting or participating in those groups," Mr. Berry said, in Fox News. "These statements about evangelicals being domestic enemies are a serious charge."