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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.

NRA files for bankruptcy; Restructuring in Texas

The National Rifle Association announced today that it will be filing for bankruptcy. This will allow the organization to make the move from New York to Texas as part of their restructuring plan. “The plan can be summed up quite simply: We are DUMPING New York, and we […]

68 Colorado elected officials requests investigation into Boebert’s actions

In a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other House leaders, well over 60 Colorado elected officials in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District expressed their “condemnation of Representative Lauren Boebert based on her association with the right wing groups that supported the insurrection of the Capitol Building,” and […]

Former Oklahoma GOP Congressman Mickey Edwards Leaves Party; Calls it a Cult

The exodus away from the Republican Party continues as former Congressman Mickey Edwards is leaving the party saying that it has turned into a cult. From The Hill: Former Oklahoma GOP Congressman Mickey Edwards said that he is leaving his party because it has become a “cult” led by President Trump.  […]

Trump Approval Falls Below 30%; Nixon Watergate Levels

In the aftermath of the Capitol insurrection that he spear headed which led to his historic impeachment, Donald Trump’s approval rating has fallen below 30%. From the Pew Research Center: Donald Trump is leaving the White House with the lowest job approval of his presidency (29%) and increasingly […]

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