Why Every Libertarian in America Needs to Hear Austin Petersen

I just got off the phone with Libertarian Presidential candidate Austin Petersen. I am trying to be objective here, but I believe the criticism of Petersen by some Libertarians is unfounded. After talking to Petersen, I found out that he has been highly involved in the Libertarian Party trenches for over a decade.

This news is contrary to the sentiment projected by some, that Austin Petersen is new to Libertarian politics and has no tangible experience. In the days ahead, I plan to do some in depth video interviews with Petersen in order for the public out there to hear him in his own words on his own terms. The time has come for Austin Petersen to be heard. His incredible performance at the Fox Business Network Libertarian Forum aired last Friday has earned him that right.

Gary Johnson has a lot of weaknesses and Petersen clearly has been exposing them for all who care to see.

The time has come for Libertarians to give Austin Petersen a fair hearing, but are you willing to listen with an unbiased ear?

Lee Enochs (B.A., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), is the founder and Editor-in-chief of the Libertarian Shaman, a cutting edge media enterprise dedicated to the small government principles of minimal government and maximum freedom. Lee is also the managing editor of Liberty Conservatives Magazine and is a graduate student in Princeton, New Jersey where he studies political philosophy and theology. A published author, Lee’s books, “The Case for Rand Paul” and, “A Biblical Defense of Capitalism,” can be purchased at Amazon.com


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