August 25
Great Moments in History when
First Responders Stepped Forward and Made a Difference
Meeting # 3,491 - Lindson P. Anderson of the Northwest Information Service in Palatine will give a brief summary of the activities of some the greatest First Responders in the last 100 years.
        Sometimes these people are called patriots, sometimes they are called whistleblowers, but they put their lives and careers at great personal risk to alert the public to some critical situation that needs to be addressed to save lives that might otherwise be lost.
        Some possible examples of famous First Responders are Martin Luther King, Albert Einstein, Bertrand Russell, General Smedley Butler, Daniel Ellsberg, John Gofman, Amory Lovins, Harvy Wasserman, Lauren Moret, Helen Caldicott, and others. 

August 4
The Libertarian Party Platform
Justin Tucker, Chair, The Libertarian Party of Chicago
Meeting # 3,488 - 
PREAMBLE
As Libertarians, we seek a world of liberty; a world in which all individuals are sovereign over their own lives and no one is forced to sacrifice his or her values for the benefit of others.

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August 11
Wildflower Works / Indigenous Native Landscaping
Growing Wildflowers in Urban Settings
Meeting # 3,489 - Since 1976, Chapman Kelley's Wildflower Works proved we can save 50% of our water, all our pollinators, and restore a healthier environment with indigenous native landscaping. 

Chapman's foundation educates us, the public, we need to adopt this plan, and how to do it before the government steps in to compel us.

In 1999, President Bill Clinton established an ongoing committee including seven cabinet members to study and implement the exact plan as the Wildflower Works.

Wild Flower Works has enjoyed international recognition for years --- now it's your opportunity to participate.



August 18
Making Meaning:
Welcome to a Fulfilling and Joyful Life
Meeting # 3, 490 - Prof. Robert LIchtenbert discuss his new book which is now available on-line at Amazon.com, Barnes&noble.com and xlibris.com (its publisher). It will soon be available at some Barnes & Noble and independent bookstores.