TUCSON -- This Thursday evening, the Pima County Democrats are bringing America's #1 populist to town, Jim Hightower.
You don't want to miss this. Jim is very funny. I've worked with him before in support of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.
Jim will discuss and sign his latest book: Swim Against the Current, Even a Dead Fish Can Go With the Flow. Thursday, May 8 discussion and book signing at 7pm at The Cabaret at the Temple of Music and Art, 330 S. Scott, downtown.
Jim is a syndicated columnist, national radio commentator, publisher of the "Hightower Lowdown" newsletter, and the New York Times bestselling author of Thieves in High Places. Jim Hightower has picked up some useful advice over the years, from "never eat at a café featuring 'bargain kebobs'" to "never hit a man with glasses; hit him with something much heavier." As he’s rambled through America, however, he’s also come up with more serious words of wisdom to share, namely: question authority, trust your values, stand up for your beliefs and swim against the current!
Jim’s new book introduces people in business, politics, health care, religion and other areas who are doing just that and making a difference. This uplifting book offers inspiration and information to help readers tap into their potential and navigate a different, more satisfying course of their own.
You won't want to miss Jim's wit and wisdom—especially when you can help local Democrats at the same time.
Tickets at Antigone Books (411 N. 4th Ave.) or by calling Democratic HQ at 520-326-3716.