Army, Muslim group tell general to not speak

On Feb. 6, General Jerry Boykin declined an invitation to address West Point cadets. In an interview on television, he stated that he did not wish to cause the U.S. Army stressful moments.

Apparently, there was pressure from the U.S. Army brass. Included was additional pressure from CARE, a Muslim front group for the Muslim Brotherhood. The Brotherhood recently changed its name to Freedom and Justice.

It may be linked to his part in a new book as one of 19 authors. The book is entitled Shariah, A Threat to America.

May I suggest that the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights be renewed for individual updating?

Fred Gale

Durango