Does a liberal bias exist in the classroom? If so, should students be concerned about it?
Depends on who you ask!
Join Liberty on the Rocks and Young Americans for Liberty this Wednesday afternoon, September 12 for free pizza and a dynamic debate between attorney and political commentator Jessica Peck and David Lane, the Denver attorney famous for defending former professor Ward Churchill.
This event is FREE to students! So head over this Wednesday anytime between 10:30-12:00 pm, grab some pizza for lunch and join us for a great debate, networking with other students, and plenty of time for your questions to be answered.
Location: Sigi’s Cabaret (RM 140) in the Tivoli
Time: The debate will run from 11-11:45.
Hope to see you there!
How do we stop something we know nothing about? Answer: we don’t!
Stop by our next LOTR happy hour in Denver for plenty of networking, great conversation and good drink specials (till 6:30). We will be joined by featured guest Eapen Thampy, the Executive Director of Americans for Forfeiture Reform. We’ll hear a brief discussion from Eapen around 7:15pm. Networking and happy hour starts at 6!
Mr. Thampy hails from Columbia, MO, where he founded his organization in 2010. Previously, Eapen studied economics and mathematics at the University of Missouri-Columbia and worked in the wine industry.
When: Wednesday, August 15 from 6-9pm
Where: Choppers Sports Grill | 80 S. Madison St., Denver
What is Asset Forfeiture?
Asset forfeiture laws allow American state and federal law enforcement agencies extraordinary powers to raise revenues through the seizure of private property.
As federal and state criminal and civil laws multiply and are enforced by ever-growing bureaucracies, asset forfeiture has come to represent the most serious assault on the right to private property in the U.S. today, and is implicated in a number of serious issues of law and governance, including the federalization and militarization of domestic law enforcement, the emergence of de facto private prosecution, the existence of the War on Drugs, and the emerging regulatory burden faced by businesses operating in the United States and abroad.
No happy hour this week! See “change of plans” below:
The American Dream turned into a nightmare when the housing bubble burst, and people have been trying to figure out who to blame- Greedy bankers? Corrupt politicians? Ignorant homeowners? In American Nightmare: How Government Undermines the Dream of Homeownership, Randal O’Toole explores the forces at play in the housing market and shows how we can rebuild the American dream of homeownership by eliminating federal, state, and local policies that distort the free market for housing.
Please join the Independence Institute and Liberty on the Rocks for a presentation with Mr. O’Toole on Wednesday evening, June 20 at the Independence Institute.
When: Wednesday, June 20, 2012, 5:30-7pm
Where: Independence Institute | 727 E. 16th Ave., Denver
5:30 PM Refreshments
6:00 PM Presentation
R.s.v.p. to Mary@i2i.org or 303-279-6536 X 102
Randal O’Toole is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute & Independence Institute working on urban growth, public land, and transportation issues.
Can’t make it? View the event LIVE online from 6-6:45 (MDT) tonight!
Red Rocks Returns to the “Center of the World!”
“Earl Bandy (Republican Liberty Caucus) Talking Liberty!”
Liberty On The Rocks (Red Rocks) Happy Hour
Rock Rest Lodge http://www.rockrestlodge.com/index.php
16005 Mt. Vernon Rd.
Golden, Colorado 80401
Monday, June 4 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. (Networking till 6:00, program begins at 6:00, happy hour till 7:00)
We have reserved a portion of the outdoor patio and the lower bar for our meetup! Timely RSVP’s are always appreciated so that we may better inform management of staffing needs!!!
The starting line-up for the night:
5:30 – Networking
6:00 – “30 Second Soapbox”
Brief comments from Earl Bandy, Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado
Learn more about Earl Bandy and the Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado, and what criteria they use when endorsing candidates at http://www.rlc.org/. Liberty on the Rocks does not endorse or support candidates as a non-profit, non-partisan organization, but we do hope everyone takes every opportunity to learn about Liberty-based options, including Mr. Bandy and the RLC!
Rock Rest offers great food and beverage prices!!! BTW, the ambiance is Liberty rustic and casual.
Located less than 2 miles from the intersections of I-70 and Colfax and US-6 and Indiana at Old Golden Road and Mt. Vernon Road.
Map link: http://tiny.cc/kd3odw
Red Rocks Happy Hour @ Rock Rest Lodge
FB group: Liberty On The Rocks (Red Rocks)
Disclaimer: Speakers/Guests/Articles do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Liberty On The Rocks (Red Rocks).
When our government picks winners and losers in energy… we all lose.
Join us on Friday, May 4th for a conversation about green energy in Colorado with Amy Oliver Cooke and Donovan Schafer of the Independence Institute.
Throughout the discussion (which will be followed by Q & A) you will learn:
- How we have turned against energy production in Colorado
- Why “green” energy is unaffordable, unreliable and a danger to our way of life
- How environmentalists view ‘fracking’ – and why they are wrong
- How oil and gas are beneficial to our lives
- How to talk to others about these issues effectively
We will also look at and discuss a few video clips from the following documentaries:
Social Networking Reception 5:30-6:00
Presentation and Q & A 6-7:30
Beer, wine and light snacks will be provided for guests. Seating is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space today!
Location: Independence Institute | 727 E. 16th Street in Denver
Mt Diablo Liberty on the Rocks returns this time in Martinez. Come to the Creek Monkey with fellow liberty lovers for drinks and/or dinner. This place is owned by a local Martinez resident supportive of our ideals of free markets and individual rights.
Lets support our fellow pro-liberty business owners and join your fellow Liberty on the Rocks’sters in celebrating Tax Freedom Day, the first day you begin working for yourself each year instead of working to continue supporting our out of control government.
The event is free other than buying your own food and drinks so come on down!
On Saturday, March 31st, Liberty on the Rocks was pleased to host Jeff Proctor of the Charles Koch Institute who presented economics lessons for free market advocates in Colorado Springs.
On a most beautiful Saturday in the beginning of spring, we were pleased to have 25 liberty-lovers join us for a 5-hour economics session. It wasn’t quite the 60+ we had in Denver a month beforehand, but weather was definitely a culprit (being that it was too nice to stay indoors)!
Throughout this five hour session attendees participated in a number of educational activities and delved into some in-depth group discussion. Whether it was learning the ins and outs of price creation or gaining a better understanding for how the free market works, attendees not only strengthened their knowledge, they also enhanced the size of their network while enjoying themselves in the process!
In addition to debunking some of the arguments made in the Story of Broke (a project of the horribly inaccurate Story of Stuff), we also hosted a panel at the end of the session that allowed attendees to ask all the questions their hearts desired – and boy did they have questions! Participants on the panel included our facilitator Jeff Proctor, Dr. Paul Prentice of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, Professor Joshua Dunn of UCCS, and Justin Longo of the Independence Institute. With this great line-up, it was no surprise that even after 45-minutes of Q & A participants stuck around for another hour and a half to mingle one-on-one with the days instructors and panelists. Overall, it was a great success! This was not only indicated by the lively discussions and enthusiasm for the activities, but from the positive and encouraging comments that followed.
We hope to follow this last session with another in the coming months. Possible location: Louisville, CO.