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Political Debate: Which Party is a Bigger Champion of Liberty – Republicans or Libertarians?

Republicans or Libertarians: Which Party is the Biggest Advancer of Liberty and Freedom?

Join fellow liberty-lovers for happy hour this Wednesday night, as we debate this topic and many more at Liberty on the Rocks Denver. Our featured speakers will be Kelly Maher of Who Said, You Said and David K. Williams of the Gadsden Society and State Chair of the Libertarian Party. They will be debating which party (Republican or Libertarian) advances liberty further. We hope you will join in this friendly debate!

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Mock Debate:

We will also start the night out with a mock debate from 6-7 PM – for those of us who aren’t ready to debate in public (like our stars David and Kelly), this is the way to prepare! Debate amongst friends, over beers and with an audience to throw in tips and strategies. What better way to train as a Defender of Liberty than at the bar with friends?!

Anyone is welcome to join in the mock debate. We are looking for volunteers to be debaters, judges and members of the audience. If you’re interested, sign up here.  The topic for this week’s mock debate will be: Do Public Sector Employees have the right to unionize and institute collective bargaining?

What IS Liberty on the Rocks Denver?

Liberty on the Rocks is Denver’s gathering place where individuals interested in the principles of liberty can join together, share ideas and learn from one another. LOTR Denver is also the place to learn of other organizations in the area and nationally – as well as how to get involved with them in the fight for liberty.


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This is a great opportunity for all of my Facebook friends to call and tell me how wrong I am - No, wait . . . that's what Kelly does.

Aw, heck, call anyway: The studio line is 303-477-5600.

BlueCarp on the radio Thursday, December 30.

Thank you to my friend Kelly Maher, of WhoSaidYouSaid.com, for asking me to ride shotgun with her as she subs for Jim Pfaff tomorrow (Thursday, December 30) from 11 a.m to noon, Mountain Time, on KLZ the Source, AM 560. (For my friends back east, that’s 1:00 p.m to 2:00 p.m. For my friends in the Central and Pacific time zones, you can figure it out from there.)

Listen online!

This is a great opportunity for all of my Facebook friends to call and tell me how wrong I am – No, wait . . . that’s what Kelly does.
Aw, heck, call anyway: The studio line is 303-477-5600.