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Guest Post: Why TABOR means we can have nice things

Taxpayer Bill of Rights. TABOR. A legislative victory for the libertarian state of Colorado. But perhaps one of the most hated bills by progressives...

The Libertarian Party’s national archives now live in Colorado

They came in a U-Haul. Colorado, the birthplace of the national Libertarian Party, is now something else: host of the party’s trove of physical...

Colorado’s new Libertarian Party chair: ‘Probably the best convention we ever...

Over the weekend, Colorado’s Libertarian Party, which saw its membership swell in the run-up to the presidential election, rallied for its state convention. This year’s...

Wait, what? Did Libertarian Gary Johnson keep Colorado blue?

  On Election Day, Colorado was one of the few blue spots on the electoral map after Donald Trump routed Hillary Clinton in a historic...

How a Libertarian plans to challenge Colorado’s ‘ballot-selfie’ law

  Caryn Ann Harlos, the pink-haired spokeswoman for Colorado’s growing Libertarian Party, wants to make a video of herself filling out her mail-in ballot and...

Wednesday night: Green and Libertarian US Senate hopefuls battle at DU

Fresh off their second debate on a college town hall tour, Libertarian Lily Tang Williams and the Green Party’s Arn Menconi will debate Wednesday night in...

Third party candidate will join GOP U.S. Senate forum tonight

  Voters sick of hearing about GOP drama in the U.S. Senate race or seeing Democrat Michael Bennet’s TV commercials will get a chance to...

The New Yorker probes the Koch brothers’ rebranding efforts

The billionaire industrialist Koch brothers have launched a rebranding campaign and their goal is to make themselves and the circle of rich libertarian donors they've...

Ron Paul CPAC victory more evidence of stiffening right ideology

WASHINGTON-- The news that Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) had won the 2010 CPAC presidential straw poll was leaked early, to soften the blow. Before GOP pollster Tony Fabrizio had even begun to click through a Powerpoint presentation that shared the results, reporters were informed of Paul’s easy, 31 percent victory over nine Republicans tipped as serious 2012 contenders. Those reporters started to write stories on Paul’s surprise win, waiting for the official announcement — and an explosion of jeering and booing in the main ballroom of the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Sighing with relief, press aides for the annual conservative conference made sure that the on-site media had heard that reaction.

Will Campaign For Food (with poll)

For the majority of third party candidates in Colorado seeking federal offices this election cycle making a rhetorical point about taking the money out...