All posts tagged: monthly meeting

Nov 18 – Anne Hoiberg Talks About “The Republican War Against Women”

Anne Hoiberg, a Board Member of the United Nations Association and a longtime member of the Point Loma Democratic Club, will be speaking on “The Republican War Against Women”. Special congratulations go to Senators-Elect Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota for reminding us that Anne will be speaking about “The REPUBLICAN War Against Women” 3.30-5.30pm Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA

Oct 28 – Dr David Shirk Talks About Border Issues

Everybody is talking about the border, but nobody is doing anything about it. Don’t miss what this expert has to say! David Shirk, PhD, is the director of the Trans-Border Institute and associate professor of Political Science at the University of San Diego. Dr. Shirk received his doctorate at the University of California-San Diego, and specializes in Mexican politics, U.S.-Mexican relations, and the U.S.-Mexican border. Dr. Shirk is principal investigator for the Justice in Mexico project (, a research initiative on public security and rule of law issues in Mexico. 3.30-5.30pm Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA

Sept 23 – Debbie Blum Talks to the Propositions and Point Loma Students Talk of FDR at the General Club Meeting

Debbie Blum from the League of Women Voters will discuss the pros and cons of the  eleven Propositions which have qualified for the November ballot. Justine Hall, Jason Smidt, and Elizabeth Kennedy from Point Loma High School will read their award winning essays on the importance of FDR. 3.30-5.30pm Point Loma Assembly, 3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA

July 22 – Veterans for Peace & Scott Peters

July’s program will be presented by three members of Veterans for Peace. Scott Peters will talk about his campaign for the new 52nd District. Veterans for Peace was founded in 1985 by 10 U.S. veterans in response to the global nuclear arms race and U.S. military interventions in Central America. It grew to more than 8,000 members in the buildup to the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 with veteran and associate members in every U.S. state and several countries, with more than 120 chapters across the nation. Veterans for Peace holds a permanent Non-Governmental Organization seat at the United Nations. It is also the first military veterans’ organization invited to be a member of the International Peace Bureau based in Geneva, Switzerland. Our three speakers will address government policy issues and the impact on our society from their different perspectives, including the impact of the Global War On Terror on our citizenry and our veterans. One of the three speakers will be David W. Gapp, Lt Col, USAF (Ret)