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Celebrate Friedman’s birthday

Posted by Richard on July 30, 2008

Speaking of economics (as I was in my last post), this Thursday, July 31, is the late Milton Friedman's 96th birthday. The Independence Institute is celebrating, and if you're in the Denver area, you might want to join them:

Join the Independence Institute in honoring Nobel Laureate economist Dr. Milton Friedman as part of the national Friedman Legacy for Freedom campaign on July 31, which would have been Friedman’s 96th birthday.

Come celebrate Friedman's contribution to free-market theories with a viewing of an episode of "Free to Choose" focusing on the impact unions have on the free-market. Unionization remains a topic of great significance, especially as we feel the encroachment of unions here in Colorado.

Date: Thursday, July 31, 2008
Reception: 6:00 p.m.
Movie: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Place: Denver News Agency
101 W. Colfax Avenue
The event is free of charge

RSVP below or by calling Amanda at 303-279-6536

RSVP for this Event

BTW, there's another big event this week: On Friday, August 1, the Rush Limbaugh Show celebrates its 20th anniversary. Human Events is celebrating all week. They have commentary for the occasion from sources as diverse as Dick Morris and Ted Nugent — and a plethora of people in between. Check it out! 

And don't miss WorldNetDaily's tribute to Rush, with comments from the likes of Jackie Mason, Chuck Norris, and Pat Boone! 

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