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Celebrate Milton Friedman’s Legacy with Liberty on the Rocks this Friday night!

Join Liberty on the Rocks this Friday night, July 29 to toast to Milton Friedman on what would have been his 99th birthday (well, the 31st will be, but it’s close!).

Mr. Friedman was a free market economist, statistician, author and Nobel Prize winner for his work with economics. He spent much of his life spreading the message of not only free markets, but liberty and freedom, across the globe.

To celebrate the life and work of this phenomenal man, Liberty on the Rocks will host a night of remembrance, complete with a short video of Mr. Friedman discussing many different aspects of liberty and free markets, which will include a message from Mr. Jon Caldara of the Independence Institute. So join us as we raise our glass to Milton Friedman and his legacy!

Don’t know much about Mr. Friedman? All the more reason for you to attend! Check out this great Youtube video of him on Phil Donahue’s show in 1979. Poor Phil didn’t stand a chance against him ; )

We will have DOOR PRIZES, FREE APPETIZERS (while they last), and FREE DRINK tickets to the FIRST TEN ATTENDEES! (limit $7.00 value) You don’t want to miss this event!

After we conclude the festivities, we will head a few blocks down to Marlowes, where the Centennial Institute is hosting an after-hour get together with Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute. The first round of drinks is on them, so be sure to stick around for that!

What: Happy Hour to celebrate free market economist Milton Friedman
When: Friday, July 29th from 7-9 PM
Where: Jackson’s Sports Grill (back room) | 1520 20th Street in Denver


Why?! To raise a glass to Mr. Friedman and to learn more about his contribution to free market ideas – plus, great networking opportunities, as always!

Political Comedy and a Free Market Film in Denver

“And Now For Something Completely Different”

What: Happy Hour with Political Comic Eric Golub + Short Film “2081”
When: Monday, January 31, 2011, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: JACKSON’S ALL AMERICAN GRILL (LoDo)
1520 20th St. (Wazee & 20th St.)

The three Denver Metro Liberty on the Rocks’ chapters (Red Rocks, Denver, and Tech Center) have teamed up to bring you a special, FREE event!

The first part of this entertainment doubleheader will be L.A.-based political comic Eric Golub (motto: If I ever say anything that offends you in any way, you probably deserved it…), who will be sure to gore everyone’s ox in the name of a good laugh. Eric is also a blogger and author, and will be available for a book signing of his “Ideological” trilogy: Ideological Bigotry, Ideological Violence, and Ideological Idiocy.

The second part of this special Liberty entertainment presentation will be a 7:00 pm screening of the haunting, futuristic short film, 2081. No spoilers here, but the film has gotten high marks for its genre. Watch the trailer here: http://bit.ly/12UBMR

…and extra good news, Jackson’s will be offering our group some drink specials: $3.00 Blue Moon and Coors Light and $5.00 house wine. A great time WILL be had by all!

Jan. 31st LOTR Event — Eric Golub and “2081″

“And Now For Something Completely Different”

What: Happy Hour with Political Comic Eric Golub + Short Film “2081”
When: Monday, January 31, 2011, 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: JACKSON’S ALL AMERICAN GRILL (LoDo)
1520 20th St. (Wazee & 20th St.)

The three Denver Metro Liberty on the Rocks’ chapters (Red Rocks, Denver, and Tech Center) have teamed up to bring you a special, FREE event!

The first part of this entertainment doubleheader will be L.A.-based political comic Eric Golub (motto: If I ever say anything that offends you in any way, you probably deserved it…), who will be sure to gore everyone’s ox in the name of a good laugh. Eric is also a blogger and author, and will be available for a book signing of his “Ideological” trilogy: Ideological Bigotry, Ideological Violence, and Ideological Idiocy.

The second part of this special Liberty entertainment presentation will be a 7:00 pm screening of the haunting, futuristic short film, 2081. No spoilers here, but the film has gotten high marks for its genre. Watch the trailer here: http://bit.ly/12UBMR

…and extra good news, Jackson’s will be offering our group some drink specials: $3.00 Blue Moon and Coors Light and $5.00 house wine. A great time WILL be had by all!