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We meet every Wednesday morning at Garcia's Mexican Restaurant, 5050 South Syracuse Street, Denver/DTC.
All interested in GOP politics are welcome.
Membership is not necessary to attend.
Breakfast, including attendance is $14 (cash or check only).
6:30 AM - Doors open and breakfast buffet begins
7:10 AM - Pledge of Allegiance
7:15 AM - Member announcements
7:20 AM - Discussion of the topics of the day
7:45 AM - Speaker presentation
8:05 AM - Q &A with speaker
8:25 AM - "last word"
8:30 AM - adjourn
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The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) is dedicated to the prevention of terrorism through education, empowerment and engagement. As a nonprofit, nonpartisan institution, its one-of-a-kind exhibit, renowned speaker series and training initiatives provide a comprehensive look at the threat of terrorism and how individuals can play a role in the prevention of terrorism, ultimately enhancing public safety.
- His webpage, The Scholarship of the Original Understanding of the Constitution (now partly duplicated here) was the first online guide to “originalist” research.
- For the University of Montana, he created the Documentary History of the Ratification of the Montana Constitution, the first organized collection (either on-line or in print) of materials explaining the 1972 Montana Constitution to the ratifiers just before they voted on it.
- In conjunction with his eldest daughter Rebecca, he edited and posted the first complete Internet versions of the Emperor Justinian’s great Roman law collection (in Latin).
Come join us to elect a new president and talk about the future of the club.
Colorado Lawsuit Abuse Watch (CO-LAW.org) is a project of the Colorado Civil Justice League. CO-LAW
and CCJL are devoted to reining in lawsuit abuse and fighting for personal responsibility.
In the last 10 years, the number of lawsuits filed in Colorado has tripled.
Frivolous lawsuits hurt everyone. They increase the cost of everything Colorado families purchase. They
suppress wages paid to Colorado workers. They waste time, increase stress, and hamper innovation and
productivity at Colorado businesses.
Frivolous lawsuits hurt our economy, harm our families and threaten our future.
52,000 lawsuits are filed each day in the U.S.
83% of small business owners say the lawsuit system doesn’t work well because lawyers clog the courts
with lawsuits and real victims have to wait for justice.
Less than 45 cents of every dollar spent on lawsuits actually goes to compensate injured victims.
93% of small business owners say frivolous lawsuits are serious problem.
The cost to an employer of defending a wrongful-termination or discrimination lawsuit can be $25,000
to $50,000 without a trial – and more than $100,000 if the case goes to trial.
One in three business owners say they have been sued or threatened with a lawsuit recently.
Businesses have no choice but to pass along these costs to consumers, through higher prices, or to
workers, through lower wages.
Mark Hillman, executive director of CCJL, is a former Colorado State Treasurer and majority leader of
the Colorado Senate. While serving in the state senate, he was recognized for his leadership in fighting
against abusive lawsuits by being named National Legislator of the Year by the conservative American
Legislative Exchange Council and receiving the Common Sense in the Courtroom award from Colorado
Civil Justice League.
Ring in the New Year at the first Men’s Club meeting of 2013.
A successful small businessman and election law attorney, Mr. Gessler serves as the chief executive of The Department of State. The Secretary of State’s office collects, secures, and makes accessible a wide variety of public records; it ensures the integrity of elections; and it enhances commerce. Previously, Mr. Gessler was a partner at Hackstaff Gessler LLC, where he focused on election law, constitutional law, public policy litigation, campaign finance, and commercial litigation. He has also served at the U.S. Department of Justice as a Trial Attorney, focusing on international criminal law and terrorism. He served as an Army Reservist as well.
Gessler received his undergraduate degree from Yale, law degree from University of Michigan, and MBA from Northwestern University. Prior to his election, Mr. Gessler served on bipartisan election boards and commissions, including the Election Reform Commission that made recommendations to the General Assembly following the 2008 elections. He has taught election law at the University of Colorado law school and has been widely recognized for his work in election law.
Mr. Gessler resides in Denver with his wife Kristi and their daughter Sofia.
Derrick is the founder, President and Chairman of the Board of the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives, American Conservatives of Color, and BlackandConservative.com. His organization’s and personal mission are to bridge the gap that has traditionally existed between conservative political causes and parties and the minority communities in the USA. Through local meetings, film and radio programs, on-the-ground efforts, writing and social media his organizations are delivering the message of conservatism to ethnic minorities, and the message of the need to bring that message to minority communities to conservative groups. An accomplished motivational speaker, Derrick has delivers powerful messages to political and community action groups across the nation.