Saturday, December 10, 2011
The Minneapolis - St. Paul chapter of Drinking Liberally will close out its guest programming for the year next Thursday, December 15, 2011 with an appearance by the authors of the recently published book, The Madness of Michele Bachmann: a Broad-Minded Survey of a Small-Minded Candidate (Wiley & Sons, New York).
Eva Young, Karl Bremer, and Ken Avidor, who also author the blog Dump Michele Bachmann, will be on hand to do a reading from their book.
Our guest have also promised a rundown on the connection between between Bachmann and convicted smuggler and money launderer Frank Vennes (who is presently under indictment for his role in the Petters ponzi scheme), and Bobby Thompson, the military charity fraudster currently on the lam. Our guests are, it is no exaggeration to say, the national experts on the subject.
The program will begin at 7 PM on the 15th at the 331 Club in northeast Minneapolis.
Drinking Liberally is a national organization of political and social clubs around the country. The chapter in Minneapolis meets on Thursday nights at the 331 Club from 6 to 9 PM. If there is a guest, the program itself usually begins at 7 PM.
Here's a podcast of an interview that Eva, Karl and Ken did with Nancy Nelson on AM 950 on Friday, December 9th.
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