Apply for the Leadership Program of the Rockies

Without any doubt, going through the Leadership Program of the Rockies in 2004 was the most valuable single thing I've done to improve my ability to have an impact (or at least attempt to) within Colorado politics.  Not only do course participants learn a lot, but the value of the networking opportunities among class members can't be overstated.  Indeed, some of my closest friends and most valued collaborators in spreading the gospel of liberty in Colorado were met in LPR.

I've loved the course so much that I've sponsored or co-sponsored the first class each year since I "graduated".  (This year, I'll be out of town so I'll probably co-sponsor a later class.)

Applications for the 2010-2011 class are being accepted now, with a cut-off date of August 31, 2010.

You can learn more about the program HERE, and if you haven't been through LPR yet I offer you my strongest possible recommendation that you apply if you are interested in bringing principles of liberty and limited government to the forefront of both thought and practice in Colorado and the nation.  You don't have to want to run for office, though that's a good thing.  Anything you can do to bring principled free-market leadership to the state is of value, whether it's through political activism, working on campaigns, or via the media, just to name a few.

If you have any other questions about LPR, feel free to ask me.  If you're someone I know and want a recommendation (needed as part of the application process), I'd be happy to consider it.

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