Alan Keyes Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Alan Keyes Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Political Leaders Alan Keyes including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Alan Keyes
Real Name Alan Keyes
Profession Political Leaders
Famous as Activist, Author, Former ambassador
Nationality American
Religion Catholicism
Political ideology Political party Republican – Constitution America’s Independent Party Independent
Personal life of  Alan Keyes
Born on 07 August 1950
Birthday 7th August
Age 66 Years
Sun Sign Leo
Born in Long Island
Grouping of People Black Republicans
Ideology Republicans
Father Allison Keyes
Mother Gerthina Keyes
Spouse/Partner Jocelyn Marcel Keyes
Children Maya Keyes, Francis Keyes, Andrew Keyes
Education Cornell University, Harvard University
Founder/Co-Founder America’s Party
Awards First Amendment Award
Personal Fact of   Alan Keyes

Born in a military family, Keyes spent his childhood in Army bases. While his brothers enlisted in the military, he pursued his political ambitions. Studying political philosophy and Government affairs, he started out in Government service as the apprentice of Jeane Kirkpatrick, in the Department of State. The department which handled international affairs sent Keyes on various diplomatic assignments to India and Zimbabwe. During the Reagan administration he assisted the President in handling international affairs, and was also a member of the President’s advisory council on National Security

He was also the US ambassador to the ECOSOC. A staunch believer of anti-abortion ethics, this activist echoed the sentiments at the World Population Conference in Mexico City. He is well known for having expressed his displeasure against the LGBT community public. He considers homosexuality as sinful, even though his daughter Maya is a self-professed Lesbian. After an abrupt resignation from Government services, he joined the Republican Party, and participated in the Senate elections of 1988 and 1992.

The highlights of his political career were his participation in the Presidential elections of 1996, 2000 and 2008. In 2008, he formed the America’s Independent Party after separating from the Republican Party and losing out on a Constitution Party nomination. He strongly opposes Barack Obama, and he even filled a law suit charging the US President of manipulating his birth records.