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AFA recommends an evening discussion at UCLA American Freedom Law Center’s David Yerushalmi Thursday, April 11, at 8PM Royce Hall 362
UCLA’s chapter of Charlie Kirk’s Turning Point USA is hosting David Yerushalmi, the co-founder and Senior Counsel of the American Freedom Law Center, this Thursday, April 11th at 8PM at UCLA’s Royce Hall Room 362.
This is an rare opportunity us, and of course for the UCLA students, to meet Mr. Yerushalmi, an attorney and activist whose practice is in the areas of national security, law-fare and defending freedoms, all of which are important to us here at AFA. Not only is his work important, but he’s also a fascinating speaker.
In 2012, Mr. Yerushalmi, along with Robert J. Muise, co-founded the American Freedom Law Center, a national public interest law firm dedicated to fighting for limited government, federalism, and America’s Judeo-Christian heritage.
Mr. Yerushalmi also serves as outside General Counsel to the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C., one of the nation’s leading national security think tanks founded by former Reagan administration official Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.
David Yerushalmi is today considered an expert on national security especially in the context of Islamic law and its intersection with Islamic terrorism….
Mr. Yerushalmi continues his active involvement in policy and national security matters by editing and writing contributions to various off-line and on-line publications and has published several op-eds and commentaries in the Wall Street Journal, National Review, The American Spectator, First Things, Front Page Magazine, the American Thinker, The Intellectual Conservative, the Jerusalem Post, and Globes, Israel’s leading business newspaper.