Come to the 'Marxism in America' Conference in D.C. Tomorrow

Mary Grabar

While Bill Ayers’ colleagues may be fussing about the denial of his emeritus status, America’s Survival will be sponsoring a conference that will include former FBI informant, Larry Grathwohl about a case involving Ayers and the bomb-killing of San Francisco policeman Brian V. McDonnell in 1970.  If you are in Washington, D.C., this Thursday, October 21, please come to the Marxism in America conference at the National Press Club to hear Grathwohl and others.

The 1970 case is still open. Grathwohl has testified under oath that Bill Ayers had told him that his wife Bernardine Dohrn had planted the bomb that killed McDonnell.  Grathwohl will speak about the need to re-establish a Congressional committee on internal security.  Excerpts from video interviews with him and Former FBI agent Max Noel, member of the Weatherman Task Force, will be premiered.

Grove City College Political Science Professor Paul Kengor will discuss his just-released book, Dupes, a detailed and fascinating look at the communist manipulation of progressives.  His talk will focus on Barack Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshall Davis.

America’s Survival President Cliff Kincaid will speak about “Why People Believe the Dangerous Lies of Marxism,” and Trevor Loudon, who broke the Frank Marshall Davis and Van Jones stories, will speak on the “perils which lie ahead for the U.S. and the Western world.

Robert Knight, author of Radical Rulers, will speak on Department of Education official Kevin Jennings.  And I will be presenting my report on Howard Zinn’s “bad history” and his influence in the schools.

This conference will present an opportunity to hear from the men who did the dangerous work with Bill Ayers and others who are investigating the still-present threat of communist ideology.

Details:

Thursday, October 21
National Press Club, First Amendment Lounge
529 14th St. NW, Washington, CD
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. No charge. Lunch and refreshments provided.
Website: http://www.usasurvival.org/ck09.18.10.html

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