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San Francisco
Sir Francis Drake Hotel
450 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA
United States

Back for an encore presentation, KGO 810 radio talk show host and political commentator John Rothmann will discuss current political events. As always, John will welcome questions from the audience.  

John F. Rothmann is a radio talk show host, lecturer, and political and foreign policy consultant. 
A frequent lecturer on American politics and the presidency, Rothmann has also been involved in a broad variety of political campaigns on the national, state and local levels. Presidential scholar Richard Norton Smith, in his book Thomas E. Dewey and the Making of the Modern Republican Party calls Rothmann "a scholar of modern Republicanism". Historian Roger Morris in his biography, Richard Millhous Nixon-The Rise of An American Politician, acknowledges Rothmann "for his unique insights, and in particular for rare and crucial materials ..." 
John has been on the faculty of the Fromm Institute at the University of San Francisco since 2004. Rothmann is the co-author of Icon of Evil-Hitler's Mufti and the Rise of Radical Islam and Harold E. Stassen: The Life and Perennial Candidacy of the Progressive Republican. He was a consultant on the published books, The Jews in America, A Day in the Life of Israel and Jerusalem in the Shadow of Heaven. His personal library of 15,000 volumes is widely recognized as one of the finest libraries of American political history and biography in the United States.

Meeting Schedule:
12:00 noon Registration & Networking
12:15p.m. (sharp!) Meeting begins (club business first, followed by keynote speaker)
1:30p.m. Meeting adjourns (may adjourn earlier, depending on club business items)

This is a weekly membership meeting for The Rotary Club of San Francisco, open to all Rotarians, visiting Rotarians, prospective members and guests.

Each luncheon meeting includes three-course lunch from Scala's Bistro. Individual lunch tickets are $40, or purchase a book of four tickets for the discounted price of $145. Cash, check and credit card payment options available. Tickets available for purchase at the door.