[ASI] Cliff Kincaid Speaking in Pennsylvania on September 5

August 30th, 2012 at 11:21 am EDT

Dear Friend of America’s Survival, Inc.:

I am speaking at Penn State Berks, a campus of the Pennsylvania State University, on September 5. It will be a debate on media bias. I hope you can attend. I look forward to meeting you. This event is free and open to the public. Usually, the left-wing "progressives" turn out in force. So I need conservatives to attend. Can I count on you? You do not have to be a student to come.

If you are not in the area, send this to your friends and associates who may be able to attend. Please pass the word.

Title: The Great Election Debate: How the Media Can Sway Votes and Win Elections

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
7:30 p.m.
Perkins Student Center Auditorium
Tulpehocken Road
Reading, PA 19610

Official debate description: Before voters go to the polls, media outlets have shaped public opinion of the candidates. Are these media outlets obstacles to serious discussion of the issues? Two top media critics debate the media’s crucial role in the 2012 campaign. Peter Hart (pictured right) is the Activism Director at Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR). He writes for FAIR’s magazine Extra; co-hosts and produces FAIR’s syndicated radio show CounterSpin; and is the author of The Oh Really? Factor: Unspinning Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly. Cliff Kincaid is the Director of the Accuracy in Media Center for Investigative Journalism, an organization sponsored by the conservative media watchdog organization, AIM. He co-hosted CNN’s Crossfire and worked for Oliver North, has written several books, and has made numerous television appearances.

If you are in the Pennsylvania area, can I count on you to attend?

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President

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