Judge Andrew Napolitano:
"Do We Still Have a Constitution?"
Monday, April 21, 6:00 p.m.
New York University School of Law
245 Sullivan St., NY 10012 (Furman Hall, 9th Floor)
Judge Andrew Napolitano, one of America's staunchest advocates for individual liberty, will discuss the present-day assault on the Constitution, from NSA spying, to Obamacare's mandates, to the President's rule by executive fiat. What does it mean to have a Constitution in a world where natural rights -- speech, press, worship, self-defense, travel, bodily integrity, privacy, etc. -- are constantly infringed by the President and Congress, and the courts abide by refusing to enforce constitutional guarantees?
This event is open to the public. Please feel free to forward this invitation to friends and colleagues. Refreshments will be provided.
Judge Napolitano is a senior judicial analyst at Fox News and distinguished visiting professor of law at Brooklyn Law School. He is the author of seven books on the U.S. Constitution, including two New York Times best sellers.