A Guide to Impeaching President George W. Bush.
Tue Dec 27, 2005 23:22

A Guide to Impeaching President George W. Bush.

FRANCIS BOYLE, (217) 333-7954, ,

Professor of international law at the University of Illinois, Boyle

said today: "As Roberts made clear in Tuesday's hearings during his interchange with Senator Leahy, he is a partisan of the Imperial Presidency. For example, Roberts refused to repudiate and condemn the infamous Korematsu decision which authorized the president to intern U.S. citizens of Japanese decent during World War II. In his own recent Hamdan decision, Roberts gave President Bush a blankcheck to wage his 'war on terrorism' in violation of the Geneva Conventions...." Boyle is author of the book "Destroying World Order: A Guide to Impeaching President George W. Bush." [Boyle can also address the subject of Roberts and membership in the Federalist Society.]

Guest: Francis Boyle

Subject: Internment Camps, Bush Impeachment, Racism

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Francis A. Boyle is a leading American professor, practitioner and advocate of international law. He was responsible for drafting the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, the American implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention. He served as Legal Advisor to the Palestinian Delegation to the Middle East Peace Negotiations from 1991 to 1993, served on the Board of Directors of Amnesty International (1988-1992), and represented Bosnia-Herzegovina at the World Court. Professor Boyle teaches international law at the University of Illinois, Champaign and is author of, inter alia, Palestine, Palestinians and International Law, The Criminality of Nuclear Deterrence, Defending Civil Resistance Under International Law, The Future of International Law and American Foreign Policy, Foundations of World Order: The Legalist Approach to International Relations 1898-1921, and The Bosnian People Charge Genocide.

Francis A. Boyle holds a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science, both from Harvard University.

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Marc J. Victor

Marc J. Victor is an accomplished attorney who is often invited to speak to audiences across Arizona. He has recently adressed the Freedom Summit, the Eris Society, the AZ Libertarian Party Convention and other events aimed at protecting your rights.

8am - 9am

John Buttrick - Superior Court Judge in Maricopa County, Arizona.

John Buttrick is currently the highest-ranking Libertarian in Arizona state government. A graduate of Harvard Law, he has been a member of the bar of Arizona, California, the federal Ninth Circuit, and the Supreme Court. In May of 2001, he was elevated to a judgeship on the Maricopa County Superior Court by Governor Jane Hull.

Before being appointed to the court, John litigated for Brown & Bain in a variety of areas including antitrust, product liability, contract, environmental torts and intellectual property, for clients such as IBM, Intel, Dupont, and Mcdonald's.

John has campaigned in previous years for the offices of state representative and governor as a Libertarian, and has served on the Libertarian National Committee and National Platform Committee.

Guest: Marc J Victor, John Buttrick

Subject: Guest Hosts For Charles Goyette, Criminal Justice System, Superior Court Judge, Freedom

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