Sep 202012
 

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This Friday, September 21st, Accuracy in Media will be webcasting live a major conference in Washington, D.C. called, “ObamaNation: A Day of Truth.”; It couldn’t be more timely, as American embassies throughout the Middle East are under attack, a U.S. ambassador was brutally murdered, and the American President is being burned in effigy in countries across the region, including Afghanistan and Pakistan. While the media can’t get enough of Mitt Romney’s secretly taped comments about how many Americans don’t pay federal income taxes and his unfortunate characterization of them, there is very little coverage of what has become increasing clear€”that the Obama administration has been deliberately lying about what they knew, when they knew it and the actual causes of the hostile actions against American diplomats and embassies.

Fox News obtained “a three-page intelligence report showing that two days before the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya, a statement incited ‘sons of Egypt’ to pressure America to release the so-called blind sheikh ‘even if it requires burning the embassy down with everyone in it.’”;

* Hillary Made Decision Not to Post Marines at Benghazi

With the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Libya, and across the region, and demands upon the U.S. to release the “Blind Sheikh”; Omar Abdel Rahman, the AIM conference brings together two leading experts on these matters. Andrew McCarthy, author of the new book, Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy, successfully prosecuted the Blind Sheikh for his role in the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993; and Frank Gaffney, founder and head of the Center for Security Policy. Mr. Gaffney is the publisher and associate author of Shariah: The Threat to America, and will talk about the Muslim Brotherhood in America.

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ObamaNation: A Day of Truth

The one-day event, ObamaNation: A Day of Truth, will be held on September 21stfrom 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Heritage Foundation’s Allison Auditorium, 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE in Washington, D.C. If you are unable to attend in person, the conference will be webcast live and archived for later viewing. You will be able to watch it live here on the AIM website that day. The full schedule will be available during the week leading up to the conference.There is limited seating.

Those who are interested in attending this event should register below or contact A.J. Cooke at AIM by email at info@aim.org or 202-364-4401, ext. 110. Registration is free but donations are welcome. The event includes a continental breakfast, lunch catered by Chick-fil-A and beverages throughout the day.

* In Person: You can register to attend the free, all-day conference if you’re in the Washington, D.C. area. If not, you can watch it on a live webcast by visiting www.aim.org at 9 a.m. ET on Friday, September 21st.

Some of the Speakers:

Edward Klein, former Newsweek Foreign Editor & NY Times Magazine Editor-in-Chief, author of The Amateur, the NYT bestseller about the Obama White House

Frank Gaffney, president, Center for Security Policy

Andrew McCarthy, journalist, author of The Grand Jihad, former federal prosecutor

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and the founder and head of Congress’s Media Fairness Caucus

Deneen Borelli, is the Outreach Director for FreedomWorks, and the author of Blacklash: How Obama and the Left are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation.

Cliff Kincaid, Director, AIM Center for Investigative Journalism

John Fund, senior editor, American Spectator, expert on voter fraud and the American election process

Pat Caddell, former Democratic pollster turned mainstream political critic, political film consultant, “The Hope and the Change,” 2012

Artur Davis, former Dem. Congressman, and national co-chair for Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign

Katie Pavlich, Editor of TownHall.com and author of Fast and Furious

List of Speakers

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