Happy Hour with Activist & TownHall.com Contributor Paul Jacob!

Liberty on the Rocks is pleased to announce that we will be joined by special guest Paul Jacob this Wednesday during happy hour at Choppers in Cherry Creek!

Please register to attend here

Mr. Jacob is president of the Liberty Initiative Fund, a new organization rallying Americans to put pro-freedom initiatives and referendums on the ballot. He has helped initiative sponsors win more statewide ballot measure victories than anyone in modern American history, and over the last decade he has built a national transpartisan coalition to protect initiative and referendum rights, as president of Citizens in Charge.

This Wednesday, he will discuss the following argument:

“The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. The straightest line in politics is a ballot initiative. We who believe in liberty need to take the initiative, to increase freedom and hold government accountable by directly changing the law and to seize the agenda, so that candidate campaigns are driven more by our freedom philosophy. It is something within our power.”

So join us this Wednesday night for another Liberty on the Rocks happy hour, where you can meet leaders in the movement (both locally and nationally!), discuss current issues with liberty-minded thinkers, and increase your free market network.

Anyone is welcome to attend. Come and go as you please!

Please register to attend here!

When: Wednesday, February 15 from 6-9 pm
Where: Choppers Sports Grill | 80 S. Madison Street in Denver

More about Paul Jacob:

Jacob’s political career has also included: leading the national term limits movement in the 1990s, as president of U.S. Term limits; running Ron Paul’s 1988 presidential ballot drives; spending six months in federal prison for refusing to register for the draft in 1980; and more recently, winning the Conservative Political Action Conference’s “Courage Under Fire” Award in 2009 for successfully overcoming an unjust prosecution by the Oklahoma concerning a petition drive to put a TABOR Amendment on the state’s ballot.

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