Tonight is the first night of Glenn Beck’s comedy show that is being simulcasted in theaters around the country. You can click the image above if you are interested in going to a theater to see the show tonight at 7 p.m. central. There will be a second showing of the event on Tuesday September 25th at the same time.
I will be going with a few friends tonight, and from what I’ve read in reviews of the show, it’s a hysterical blast. You can read more about it from The Blaze here. In this screwed up world of ours, we need to have some laughs every once in a while! If you live anywhere near me (eastern Iowa), below is a list of theaters where you can see the show.
Sycamore 12 Theatre
1602 SYCAMORE ST
IOWA CITY, IA 52240
AMC Star 14
2835 NW ARTERIAL
DUBUQUE, IA 52002
Davenport 53 18
3601 E 53RD ST
DAVENPORT, IA 52807
College Square 12 Theatre
6301 UNIVERSITY AVE STE 1065
CEDAR FALLS, IA 50613
Yesterday’s Iowa Republican State Convention was a blast, and an absolute victory for the liberty movement. If you weren’t there, you truly missed out. As the day went on, I live-tweeted the event to the best of my ability, as I was volunteering with the state party brass by tabulating votes as they came in from the county chairs. For a little more on the finer details, you can read an article on the Convention from today’s Des Moines Register here.
In short, if there are four other state conventions that go like Iowa’s did, the National Convention in Tampa in August will be a jolt to the system. It will say to the RNC, Republican voters, the media, and the nation at-large that the liberty movement is here to stay, and we will not sit down or shut up. The founding American principles of individual freedom and limited government are supposedly the bedrock of the Republican Party; if they will not be followed by the Establishment, then there must be a peaceful coup achieved through the process to reinstate those principles.
This post may seem out of the ordinary for those who aren’t local readers, but this deserves your attention. The Republican primary race in Iowa’s 1st District between Rod Blum and Ben Lange is a very, very important race that–in my mind–rivals the importance of Scott Walker’s recall election. This race is between two men who (despite what the local media will tell you) are radically different. One–Ben Lange–is a 33 year-old lawyer from Independence, IA that is fresh out of college and Washington, DC, and all he wants is to get back to establish himself in the career system of the Republican establishment; the other–Rod Blum–is a 57 year-old successful businessman who has created hundreds of jobs, who has raised a wonderful and successful family, and who is absolutely committed to the Constitution and his constituency.
Rod already sounds like the better choice, doesn’t he?