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Harvard professor: Obama 'best student I ever had'
One of the nation's foremost constitutional lawyers, Lawrence Tribe of Harvard, called Barack Obama the "best student I ever had". Restoring the constitution is one of the most pressing issues facing our nation today, and having a president who understands the vital underpining of our Constitution will be essential. Read More

Event Reminders:

Gala Annual Roosevelt Dinner in San Diego
Saturday, 04/12/2008
County Democrats host the Annual Roosevelt Dinner on April 12 in San Diego. Hundreds of fellow Democrats will come together for this event, which honors our volunteers, candidates, and elected leaders. The dinner is especially important in this Presidential election year, since it's our largest annual fundraising event to support the County Party's growth.

Vets for Peace guest Marjorie Cohn
Tuesday, 04/01/2008
All peace lovers are invited to the Vets for Peace gathering Tuesday evening, April 1 to engage with Marjorie Cohn, noted author, attorney and constitutional scholar. Also Congressional candidate Bob Hamilton, for the 49th District.

Marjorie Cohn addresses Fallbrook Dem Club
Thursday, 04/03/2008
Noted constitutional attorney Marjorie Cohn to address Fallbrook Democratic Club Thursday, April 3.

NCCPJ changes meeting day to THURSDAYs
Friday, 04/04/2008
NCCPJ has moved its meeting date to the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Same Place, Pilgrim United Church of Christ, same time at 6:45 pm.

Progressive Coffee Klatch in Vista open invitation
Saturday, 04/05/2008
There is a change in the North County liberals coffee klatch: The group will now meet only once a month, first Saturday of the month, at 9:30 am. All liberals are invited to join in.

Got Change?
Saturday, 04/05/2008
Please join me, Francine Busby in Celebrating 25 Years of Progressive Change in San Diego