Salt Lake City Drinking Liberally

Promoting democracy in Utah one pint at a time.

January 5, 2017

Drinking Liberally Meetup Reminder,Friday January 6th

Hello everyone!

We hope everyone had a good New Year. It had to be better than Mariah’s, right? Please join us tomorrow evening for our regularly scheduled gathering in the back room at Piper Down (1492 South State Street) from 6:00-9:00 PM.

One thing we may wish to talk about is Trump’s baffling behavior. This week he picked a fight with China, North Korea, and the American intelligence community. He also stuck up for Julian Assange, a man he previously said deserved to be executed.

Or we could talk about Congress’ attempt to gut the independent ethics committee on their first day back from recess…which lasted less than 24 hours before they reversed themselves.

In local news we can discuss the contentious issue of the four new homeless shelters and the immense amount of political capital the Mayor’s office and City Council is exhausting trying to navigate the issue.

So, please brave the elements and join our host Christian to hoist a couple of drinks and discuss the important topics of your choosing!


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