Trevor Loudon to Speak this Friday, in D.C.

ACCURACY IN MEDIA (AIM) HOSTS FAMED BLOGGER AT ITS 40TH CONFERENCE

by John Charlton

(Oct. 20, 2009) — Trevor Loudon is the New Zealand blogger who outed Van Jones.  You can still buy a ticket and get a chance to meet him in person at the conference this Friday, Oct. 23.  I post this notice, as a personal favor to Mr. Loudon, who graciously consented to be interviewed by The Post & Email last month, when I discussed with him Obama’s links to International Marxism.  You can read Mr. Loudon’ìs exposés of Communist, Marxist, and Socialists in the Obama Administration and his connections with them throughout his entire life at Loudon’s the New Zeal Blog.

From the Accuracy in Media public notice:

Accuracy in Media (AIM), America’s first independent watchdog of the news media, will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year at a conference held in Washington, DC, on Friday, October 23.

Speakers: Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX), chairman, Media Fairness Caucus
Tony Blankley, VP, Edelman PR & former Washington Times editor
John Fund, Wall Street Journal columnist & author, Stealing Elections
Andrew C. McCarthy, senior fellow, National Review Institute
Cliff Kincaid, editor, Accuracy in Media
Trevor Loudon, blogger, New Zeal
Anita MonCrief, ACORN Project Vote whistleblower
Hans von Spakovsky, Heritage fellow & former FEC member
Marc Morano, Climate Depot
Robert Bluey, online strategy director, Heritage Foundation
Ann McElhinney, director, Not Evil Just Wrong
Don Irvine, chairman, Accuracy in Media

Tickets can be purchased for $75, which includes a buffet luncheon and morning and afternoon snacks.

Members of the press (including bloggers), AIM members who have donated $100 or more in the last calendar year, and staff and interns at Capitol Hill offices and conservative organizations may register at no charge.

Contact: Sarah Schaerr Norton at (202) 364-4401, ext. 107 or sarah.schaerr@aim.org

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