Is it the “Tea Party?” Or “Occupy?”
With many voters leaving the Republican and Democratic parties even as 2012 politics heat up, the rising power of Tea Party groups on the right and Occupy groups on the left is more important than ever.
But which movement really speaks for America at its best? Or are both off target?
Join me on Jan. 30 for a tag-team debate, one week ahead of Colorado’s presidential caucus night. I’ll be debating the ideas that made America exceptional versus those “occupying” ideas that would transform this nation into something unrecognizable to our founding fathers.
Representing the “Tea Party” Movement
Representing the “Occupy” Movement
Monday, January 30 * 7:00 – 8:30pm
CCU Beckman Center
180 S. Garrison Street
Lakewood CO 80226
No Charge, All Are Welcome
But Reservations Are Required
RSVP to Centennial@ccu.edu or call 303.963.3424
Directions to CCU Beckman Center: From Garrison, go east on Cedar two blocks to campus circular drive, then left. Beckman is on your right. Park anywhere, enter through north doors.
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Colorado Christian University
8787 W. Alameda Ave. + Lakewood, Colorado 80226
303-963-3424 + Centennial@ccu.edu
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