Professor John Yoo Joined Us at 8:15 AM Today!

Professor John Yoo, law professor at Cal and author of “Crisis Command: A History of Executive Power from George Washington to George W. Bush”, addresses Obama’s foreign policy agenda.

Reception TODAY at 6:15 and the Program Starts at 7:00 pm

IFES Portuguese Hall, 432 Stierlin Road, Mountain View, CA

RSVP:  Members, first time guests, and active duty military with ID cards are welcome for free.  Non-Members $10/ea

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  1. John

    Eric Holder is a disgrace to his office. This imbecile was exposed as such when he stupidly failed to provide a coherent argument for treating POWs on the battlefield as criminals when he was questioned by the Senate. In addition, he came up with this stupid idea of trying 911 terrorists in criminal court in NYC. Where did this guy get his law license, from a box of Crackerjacks? Worse than this he has a demonstrated track record of corruption . During the Clinton administration, he orchestrated a pardon for a terrorist. During his term as AG, the DOJ dropped the prosecution of the Black Panthers because they were instructed not to prosecute blacks for voting rights violations. I think the pinnacle of absudity was when he was sent to Afghanistan to help rid them of political corruption and set up ” the rule of law.” He would be funny if he were not so destructive to the USA.

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