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Robert J. Bentley

Robert is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with a B.A. in Political Science (Emphasis American Politics & Public Law) and Colorado State University-Pueblo with an M.A. in American History. In college, Robert was an active member of the Republican Party serving as the chairman of the College Republicans & interning for Colorado’s U.S. Senator. He became active in the Libertarian movement with the 2008 campaign of Ron Paul. Since then he has started this venture to educate the public about Libertarianism and volunteers his time to the Libertarian Party of Colorado and the National Party. He is passionate about our country’s future, a loving husband, and a proud father.

Republicans Will Find Solace in the Libertarian Party

In an NBC News article that was ran today the topic of save haven for the disconnected Republicans in the wake of Donald Trump was discussed.   “As the Republican Party grapples with a potential Donald Trump nomination, third parties – especially those with established infrastructures and widespread […]

Third Party Opening in 2016 Presidential Election

The Libertarian Party is the largest political party behind the Republican and Democratic Party.  The real struggle for a minor party is folded many ways.  Ballot access, media time, money, debate access, etc. This might all change in the 2016 Presidential Election in part to the discomfort that […]

A Time for Choosing in the 21st Century

In 1964 Ronald Reagan gave one of the most memorable political speeches in American political history.  During a challenging time for this country Reagan stepped up to the podium and gave a grim outlook for the future. You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We’ll preserve for our […]

Donald Trump and the Rise of the 3rd Party

American politics has been dominated by the two major parties, Republican and Democratic, since 1860.  The parties have dominated government and have written the laws across states to secure their power by denying access to a plethora of political parties.  Obviously this website has a particular lean towards […]

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