February 23, 2008

Ask Nadler 2 Impeach

Attention New York area Citizens: This meeting is important! Think Nadler is really coming? Did a politician actually listen to their constituency? I'll believe it on March 9th. Even so, I went to the first Town Hall Meeting on this subject, at the Ethical Culture building, and Elizabeth Holtzman is not to be missed. Bruce Fein & Scott Horton ain't no slackers neither.

Town Hall Meeting on Impeachment
Submitted by Jim McCabe on 2008, February 23 - 7:24am.
Please come to the Town Hall Meeting:

"Is Impeachment Necessary to
Protect the Constitution?"

March 9, 2008, 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South, NYC.
Bruce Fein, Constitutional scholar, former associate deputy attorney general, and Chairman of the American Freedom Agenda
Elizabeth Holtzman, a member of the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment of Richard Nixon, and co-author of The Impeachment of George W. Bush: A Practical Guide for Concerned Citizens
Scott Horton, Contributor to Harper's Magazine, adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, and member of the board of the National Institute of Military Justice and the Council on Foreign Relations
Invited Speaker:
Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Member of Congress and Chair of Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Special Guest:
John Nirenberg, a retired college professor from Vermont who walked 485 miles from Boston to Washington, DC to raise the question of impeachment to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi
Organized by concerned citizens of AskNadler2Impeach.org, with support from Village Independent Democrats, Democracy for NYC, and Progressive Democrats of New York CD 14.
Admission is Free. For information call 212.340.9548 or email info@asknadler2impeach.org.
Please help spread the word. A pdf version of this notice, suitable for printing, can be downloaded at: http://asknadler2impeach.org/TownHallMeetingFlyer2_21.pdf
Progressive Democrats of New York, Congressional District 14 (PDNYCD14) is a local chapter of Progressive Democrats of America www.pdamerica.org. Broadly stated, our goal is to try to change the Democratic party from the inside by supporting progressive (i.e. liberal) candidates and causes at the local, state and federal level. We also work with other peace and social justice groups to affect progressive change.

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