Get ready to start the new year off right with Liberty on the Rocks happy hour at Choppers in Cherry Creek! Join fellow liberty enthusiasts as we gather to toast to liberty and freedom, while sharing ideas and strategies for winning the war of ideas in 2012 and beyond.
We will also be joined by special guests Stephen Bailey and Anders Ingemarson, who will be delivering brief talks discussing some of Ayn Rand’s novels as part of the national Free Books for Teachers Project.
When: Wednesday, January 4 from 6-9 pm
Where: Choppers Sports Grill | 80 S. Madison Street in Denver
What: Happy Hour + Discussions on Ayn Rand!
Stop by any time between 6 and 9 pm to grab a drink, enjoy great conversation, and make new liberty-loving friends in Denver!
$5 Burger & Fries
$1 off Dry Dock pints, $3 off Dry Dock Pitchers
Ayn Rand Book Talks
Mr. Bailey will be talking about Ayn Rand’s Anthem. The main them will
be how Anthem, although written before, is a logical sequel to Atlas
Shrugged and illustrates one, non-political and non-economic, thread common
to all of Ayn Rand’s works.
Mr. Ingemarson’s topic will be “Friends and Foes of Atlas Shrugged.” Based
on personal experience, Anders will discuss different responses to the
novel, if there is a way to predict an individual’s reaction to reading the
book, and how to use Atlas in your activism.
Join Professor John Cochrane @ LOTR (RR) in January!
LOTR (Red Rocks) will be kicking-off their 2012 Austrian Economics
programming with an “intro” segment on January 16, featuring Dr. John P.
Cochran, former Dean of the Business School and a current professor of
economics at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. Dr. Cochran is a
Senior Scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute and is the co-author of The
Hayek-Keynes Debate: Lessons for Current Business Cycle Research. Additional
details about this distinguished speaker may be found here.