Warning: It’s Worse Than You Thought

National Archives Slaps ‘Harmful Content’ Warning On Constitution, All Other Founding Documents _________________________________________________________________________ Generations of children have grown up learning the simple truism, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never harm me.” They might be shocked to know that the nation’s primary keeper of its most important words disagrees. The National Archives hosts several million […]

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CLP alum Carol Liebau writes in WSJ on Biden’s plan to bail out state and local budget mismanagement with $350 billion

In a recent op-ed published by The Wall Street Journal, CLP alum Carol Liebau (class of 2020) draws inescapable conclusions on government overreach in the name of COVID-19. Here are excerpts from Carol’s story, published in The Wall Street Journal on February 12th: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Public Employee Unions Are Having a Fine Old Lockdown Politicians begging […]

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Independence Institute profiles LPR Chairman Bob Schaffer’s “school of excellence”

In a story titled “Liberty Common Charter School: Excellence in Education,” Independence Institute profiles a far-reaching outcome of LPR Chairman Bob Schaffer’s leadership in K-12 education. Authored by Independence Institute’s Senior Fellow in Education Policy Ross Izard, here is potent inspiration for parents and educators alike seeking excellence in education. Join Ross in a school […]

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LPR alum Jimmy Sengenberger explores delayed, “above the law” ruling in Colorado vs. CollegeAmerica court case

LPR alum Jimmy Sengenberger explores delayed, “above the law” ruling in Colorado vs. CollegeAmerica court case In his January 9th 710 KNUS interview with Eric Juhlin, CEO of the nonprofit Center for Excellence in Higher Education, LPR alum Jimmy Sengenberger (class of 2012) drills down into the legal travesty that cost CollegeAmerica millions of dollars […]

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LPR alum Matt Crane will take over as new executive director of Colorado County Clerks Association

LPR alum Matt Crane will take over as new executive director of Colorado County Clerks Association The Colorado County Clerks Association has announced that LPR alum Matt Crane (class of 2016) will assume the position of CCCA executive director later this month. From the December 31st edition of Colorado Politics, here is the story of […]

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LPR alum Jennifer Schubert-Akin calls clampdown on restaurants the real “war on women”

LPR alum Jennifer Schubert-Akin calls clampdown on restaurants the real “war on women” The Denver Gazette has published an op-ed by LPR alum Jennifer Schubert-Akin (class of 2006) titled “Restaurant closures in Colorado and beyond–the real ‘war on women.’” Here are excerpts from Jennifer’s article: “For years, the mainstream media have claimed that there’s a […]

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Meet Prashant Krishnan, M.D., LPR 2015, Board of Directors

Meet Leadership Program of the Rockies 2015 graduate Dr. Prashant Krishnan, M.D., our Alumni Spotlight! Prashant is a practicing physician and Vice President of Colorado Springs-based Peak Gastroenterology Associates, and also serves on the board of Castle Rock Adventist Hospital.  For the last four years, Colorado Springs Style Magazine has acknowledged him as a “Top Doctor” for […]

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Celebrate Natural Rights on Constitution Day

Congressman Bob Schaffer column for The Coloradoan | Sunday, 17 September 2017   Celebrate Natural Rights On Constitution Day The U.S. Constitution is a figment of its original self.  Today, on its 230th birthday, Americans can engage in legitimate debate about whether the Constitution has improved with age. The intentions of America’s original framers and […]

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