Drinking Liberally Tri-Cities Chapter Blog

Ballot Time

It's the time again for Voter Pamphlets and ballots. Bring yours tonight and we can talk about the choices (or lack thereof). At Isla Bonita in Richland at 7:00 PM. See you there.

Freedom Only for the Religious

A key Supreme Court judge says that First Amendment only keeps government from establishing religion or interfering with exercising it, but it doesn't stop government from favoring religion versus non-religion. All the more reason to drink liberally, every Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM at Isla Bonita.

Inquiring Minds Want to Know

What is on the missing 28 pages that Bush pulled from the Joint Congressional Inquiry into 9/11?
Is the current Dalai Lama going to be the last one? Or will the next one be female?

Let's talk it over at Isla Bonita tonight at 7:00 PM.

What's Goin' On?

Russian soldiers in Ukraine. Global warming at the tipping point. Militarized police forces. Unbalanced taxes. Corporate tax flight. So much to talk about and so little time. Let's drink to it this evening at 7:00 PM at Isla Bonita.

Liberally, Really

Come join us for some liberal conversation this evening at Isla Bonita at 7:00 PM.

Vote! Then drink.

If you haven't mailed your ballot, now is the moment. The time for procrastination is over. Then we can talk over the election results together Tuesday at 7:00 PM at Isla Bonita.

Voting time.

Time to get those ballots in. Let's talk about them Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM at the Isla Bonita.

Voting time.

Time to get those ballots in. Let's talk about them Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM at the Isla Bonita.

Hoist a Brew

It's been a wonderful week for gun violence, even reaching into our own community. It's no wonder that folks from other countries may think twice before visiting the U.S. Let's talk about it and just about anything else this evening at Isla Bonita at 7:00 in Richland on Jadwin Ave.

Dilemmas

On the one hand you have occupants of Guantanamo for whom we have no good plans of moving them out. On the other you have an American soldier captured and held by the Taliban for a number of years but who circumstances of capture are a bit mysterious. By making a trade, you reduce the Gitmo population and return a son to his family. But was it really the right thing to do? Even the Israelis who have a reputation for toughness have been known to trade a thousand prisoners for one soldier because the sympathy with the family was too much to withstand.

What is a President to do? Let's talk about it. This evening at 7:00 at Isla Bonita.