Accuracy in Media

Accuracy in Academia will feature George Mason University law professor Jeremy Rabkin in a special Constitution Day event at the National Press Club on Thursday, September 17, from 6-8 PM. Dr. Rabkin, who has written extensively on national sovereignty, will address the topic, “Are we outsourcing the U.S. Constitution?”

“Academic and political elites seem to view the Constitution as a quaint artifact in a display case to be visited every now and then as one would a museum piece,” AIA executive director Mal Kline says. “Dr. Rabkin is one of the few scholars who not only sees it as relevant but shows in detail that it is under assault in the United States by those who would supplant it with so-called international law. You could argue that constitutional scholars like Dr. Rabkin really treat the constitution as a living document.”

            What:              “Are We Outsourcing the U.S. Constitution?”

            Who:               Jeremy Rabkin, George Mason University law professor

            When:             Thursday, September 17, 2009, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

            Where:            National Press Club, Murrow Room

                                    529 14th St NW, 13th Floor, Washington, DC

Complimentary refreshments will be served at the event, and RSVPs are requested. You can RSVP by contacting Sarah Schaerr Norton, public relations director at Accuracy in Media, at (202) 364-4401, ext. 107 or (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

The National Press Club is located at 529 14th St. NW on the 13th Floor in Washington, DC. The event will be held in the Murrow room.

Accuracy in Academia is a non-profit higher education watchdog group that monitors whether students are receiving a balanced education.  AIA was founded in 1985 as a division of press watchdog Accuracy in Media.  For more information, please visit www.academia.org.

###

 




Ready to fight back against media bias?
Join us by donating to AIM today.

Comments

Comments are turned off for this article.