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April 2016

Gun Rights and the Caetano Case

April 21, 2016
Arizona Pachyderms Club, Prescott Valley Golf and Country Club
Dewey, AZ United States

Gun-law expert and writer Alan Korwin discusses the recent Caetano v. Mass. SCOTUS case, an 8-0 gun case on the pro-gun rights side, supportive of self defense, carrying, use of modern weapons, the useless futility of orders of protection (the Court’s own descriptors), and the bizarre lengths lower courts will go to deny a person’s right to protect themselves when the state will not. Korwin will answer questions on what people can and cannot do with guns, and raise multiple issues about information on…

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May 2016

Media Coverage of Election Issues

May 3, 2016
Daisy Mountain Tea Party, Daisy Mountain Tea Party
Anthem, AZ United States

Gun-law expert and writer Alan Korwin discusses the virtual fraud between the presidential preference election here (chose Trump), and the delegate selections during the nominating convention (heavily Cruz) . Reporting on the subject has ranged from inadequate to absent, and the irregularities got mentioned but paled in comparison to the complaints. Even after Rafael Cruz somehow managed to walk off with the majority of pledges (but a small fraction of the popular vote), his ineligibility to even run for the office…

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Media Distortion of Gun and Election Issues

May 11, 2016
Arrowhead Republican Women, Sun City West, AZ United States

Gun-law expert and writer Alan Korwin discusses the unanimous Caetano decision at SCOTUS, the western regional journalism conference, the lack of any content on the three cable news channel’s, the real effect of Miranda on its 50th anniversary, the no fly list, and the lack of any vetting for presidential candidates.

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Media Bias and its Influence on American Youth

May 13, 2016
San Luis High School, Los Banos, CA United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley discusses the great responsibilities students will soon assume. They will be making the decisions that will guide their communities and our nation. It is therefore crucial that they understand the news media. Wiley explains that the media will have more influence on students’ lives than anything except their own decisions. Their lifestyles and standard of living could be changed dramatically in the near future if the United States makes the wrong judgments. Their freedoms could be curtailed or even lost…

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Media Bias and Character

May 13, 2016
San Luis High School, Los Banos, CA United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley discusses the importance of building character and amassing knowledge – not just as keys to a successful career, but as the critical factors to success a s a person. The world is a wonderful place, with a long list of great things: Adventure, fun, love, beauty and endless experiences. Yes, it can also be cruel sometimes. But, on balance, when all the good and bad is put on the scale, it’s a blast. Unfortunately, that great world won’t…

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Media Bias During the Vietnam War

May 14, 2016
National Association for Uniformed Services, Atwater, CA United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley discusses the important role of omission in slanting journalism and the coverage of events on the home front during and after the war in Vietnam. The overwhelming majority of Americans, including Vietnam War veterans, “know” there was no parade to welcome our men home. But … We had a great homecoming parade on the day the war ended! Over 150,000 marched past and saluted 1000 servicemen seated in a reviewing stand. There were a hundred brass bands in the…

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Media Bias During the Vietnam War

May 14, 2016
Military Officers Association of America, Merced, CA United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley discusses the totally false picture of the public’s attitude toward those in uniform during the war in Vietnam that was projected by mainstream news media. While there was endless widespread reporting of anti-war activity, huge pro-GT events were almost completely ignored by the press. Wiley will present detailed information, through a video, that includes coverage of the third longest parade in U.S. history, the Support Our Men in Vietnam parade of a quarter million people, Operation Gratitude, a…

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June 2016

Life After High School

June 13, 2016
Badger Boys State Assembly, Ripon College
Ripon, WI United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley delivers the keynote speech to Badger Boys State. He will discuss how to prepare for setbacks and loses in life and to face the road ahead with confidence. This talk is closed to the public. For additional information and a summary of the talk, please email us at info@allieded.org.

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Media Bias and its Influence on American Youth

June 22, 2016
Jersey Boys State, Rider College NJ United States

Veteran reporter Charles Wiley discusses the media’s influence on growing up and decision making. He discussed the increasing responsibilities that high school students will begin to assume and the impact of their decisions on their communities and the nation. This talk is closed to the public. For additional information and a summary of the talk, please email us at info@allieded.org.

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September 2016

2016 AEF Health and Welfare Conference

September 23, 2016 - September 26, 2016
Woodloch Pines Resort, 731 Welcome Lake Rd
Hawley, PA 18428 United States

The 2016 Allied Educational Foundation Health & Welfare Conference, co-sponsored by the New York Cardiac Center and the Union Mutual Foundation, will be held at the beautiful Woodloch Pines resort in Hawley, PA. This year’s educational conference will feature medical lectures from a variety of specialties as well as a comprehensive fitness class from certified personal fitness trainer Lizzett Cuervo-Losas, MS, CFT, and blood pressure screenings free to all conference attendees.

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