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May 10, 2012

Drinking Liberally tomorrow

Hello Utah liberals! Once again it’s coming in on the end of the week and that means it’s time for another round of Drinking Liberally! And once again, we’ve got plenty to talk about: North Carolina’s anti-gay marriage vote, and President Obama’s personal opinion in favor of gay marriage. Or locally, we can talk about the layoff of nine Salt Lake Tribune employees.

Laura has lined up some guest speakers for the next few months! This month, on the 25 it will be Bryan Schott from Bryan will be sharing the inside dirt on local politics with “Ten Things I Think I Think before the November Elections.”

Bryan Schott is Managing Editor and Chief Muckraker for He has previously worked at KCPW radio, KUER Radio and KSL. He has covered politics in Utah since 1998. He also writes a the “Media Player” column for City Weekly.

Then on June 22nd, we’ll have Tim Chambless – Department of Political Science at the University of Utah – with a Preview on the Primaries.

Many of you already know of Tim Chambless, and maybe you’ve heard him speak at Drinking Liberally before. But for those who don’t know, Tim is an Associate Professor/Lecturer for the Department of Political Science at the University of Utah and Academic Outreach Coordinator for the Hinckley Institute of Politics. Tim recently partnered with former U.S. Senator Bob Bennett with a U of U student seminar.

On July 20th it’s The Left Show, with Jeff Bell and Forrest Shaw. “We need to talk about ALEC”. Especially since the ALEC convention is here in SLC July 25-27.

“The Left Show, a weekly self-produced podcast that takes the piss out of conservative politics, local and national, with equal parts vitriol and
comedy, making for an hour-plus “radio” show (complete with swear jar) somewhere between The Daily Show and Real Time With Bill Maher.”

Salt Lake City Weekly March 2012

See you tomorrow at 6:30 in the back room of the Piper Down!
Laura, Jeremiah,
Christian, Kelly Jo,
Jason, Casey

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One Response to “Drinking Liberally tomorrow”

  1. Writer Says:

    President’s personal opinion in favor of gay marriage gives a whole new meaning to his leading from behind.

    does boredom lead to trouble – essay with opinions.

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