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Republican conference objects to anti-Islam label
by Heidi Hall
There are lots of threats to America and ways to destroy the U.S., and it's not just one particular kind of enemy who might do it, members of the Tennessee Republican Assembly were told Saturday.
They heard a session on economic warfare. They heard about electromagnetic pulse — damaging bursts of atmospheric energy triggered in space or by atomic bombs. They heard about Russia and China backing nuclear weapons in North Korea and Iran.
The point is, speakers said, there's no single issue to worry about. And they objected to characterizations of the event as anti-Islam, despite top billing for authors who have written at length about Islam's threat to America.
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