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July 18th Meetup — “Party” Talk (with some comic relief)

Call, Orrok, Palacio(?) & Caleb Bonham– Up On The Roof!

DUE TO THE EXPECTED INTEREST IN THIS EVENT, PLEASE READ THROUGH ALL THE DETAILS BELOW CAREFULLY.  THANK YOU!

Red Rocks continues to put the razzle dazzle back into Tavern Style Politics!  Special guest emcee, up and coming comic Caleb Bonham, will host a discussion with some state parties’ heavyweights, and liven up any politics as usual, with a short stand up routine to (hopefully) inject some laughter into what’s shaping up to be an arduous political season.

Mr. Bonham is a young dynamo, recent graduate of Colorado State University,  president of the CSU college republicans, political director for the Colorado Federation of College Republicans, and intern for Colorado state representative Brian DelGrosso.  If you are this active in politics, you better have a good sense of humor today and Mr. Bonham certainly does.  As a matter of fact, if you didn’t catch his recent performance at Comedy Works in Denver, keep your eyes open for future dates and be sure to bring your young friends along to our meetup and catch a free mini-performance.

BTW, since LOTR is focused on our youth becoming more involved in pursuing free markets, individual rights, and limited government, we will have a special gift for the individual bringing the most new, under 35, attendees to our meetup on July 18th.

And now for the Main Event. Three new state party chairs (D, R and L) have been elected this year and Red Rocks is giving you the opportunity to start separating the wheat from the chaff in the rhetoric.
Invitees:  (in alphabetical order by party affiliation):

Democrat state party chair, Rick Palacio, invitation extended, but no response or acceptance to date.

Libertarian state party chair, Jeff Orrok, confirmed and will join us up on the roof.

Republican state party chair, Ryan Call, confirmed and will join us up on the roof.

Please remember, our speakers are invited so that we may all broaden our perspectives on issues; it is not a forum for attacks or an arena for changing a speaker’s beliefs.  We have been (justifiably) criticized by many attendees for becoming lax in enforcing our “questions only, not statements” rule.  Please be mindful that, while we all have opinions, the speakers are invited to share their expertise or position for the group’s evaluation in shaping their individual views.

Upcoming Events

July 23 Independence Institute
9th Annual Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms Party
Kiowa Creek Sporting Club, Bennett
Details at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=210830918956661

July 29 – 31 Centennial Institute along with LOTR as co-summit partner
Western Conservative Summit 2011
Marriott City Center, Denver
Details at http://www.ccu.edu/centennial/events/wcsummit.asp
I would highly recommend this event to all since it exceeded my expectations last year but especially to those 25 an under due to the content and great price incentive

“Party” Talk with some Comic Relief – Event Details

July 18, 2011
Old Chicago’s rooftop
145 Union Blvd.
Lakewood, CO
Happy hour from 5 – 7 p.m. (Speakers generally begin between 5:45 – 6:00)

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Disclaimer: Speakers/Guests/Articles do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Liberty On The Rocks (Red Rocks).