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Local Bush-administration whistleblower Sean Shealy, who's penned a book called Corruption and Cover-Ups of the Bush White House Unmasked, is alarmed that most people — even the ones who already long to see W. unseated — don't really know how unlawful our national leader has actually been, or why. Shealy...
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Local Bush-administration whistleblower Sean Shealy, who's penned a book called Corruption and Cover-Ups of the Bush White House Unmasked, is alarmed that most people — even the ones who already long to see W. unseated — don't really know how unlawful our national leader has actually been, or why. Shealy says he wrote the tome in order to "simplify things coming out in the news that most Americans seemed to be missing," but because even that didn't seem like enough, he's now turned it into Who Killed the Constitution?, an audience-participation game with a twist.

Show up tonight at 7 p.m. at the Mercury Cafe, 2199 California Street, and join in a political sleuthing free-for-all whereby audience members uncover crimes by consulting "Evidence" and "Law" cards in response to news excerpts and White House quotes projected on a screen. Afterward, not only will prizes be awarded, but the Boulder prog-rock band Orphaned Gears will entertain.

Admission is free; for more information, go to www.mercurycafe.com or call 303-294-9281.
Sat., Jan. 5, 2008

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