2016 Speakers for our 2016 Convention

Fellow Georgia Libertarians,

March 5th is fast approaching and today I’m excited to announce three new speakers for our convention.

John McAfee, an entrepreneur, computer programmer and developer of the first commercial anti-virus program.

Austin Petersen, a political commentator, activist and former producer for Judge Andrew Napolitano’s show “Freedom Watch.” Austin, is also the owner and founder of thelibertarianrepublic.com.

Steve Kerbel, a businessman for the past 30 years and a published author of the non-fiction handbook-style guide,”Take ‘Everyman’ Down – A 12 Step Program to Servitude of the American Populace and Destruction of the American Dream.”

All three are presidential candidates seeking the Libertarian nomination. With only 9 days left to take advantage of early bird pricing, make sure to click here to register for the 2016 Libertarian Party of Georgia Convention today!

Thank you to everyone on the Executive Committee and a special thanks to Javid Ona, our Convention Committee Chair, for making this year’s convention so exciting.

Live Free,

Akeem Robinson
Vice Chairman, Libertarian Party of Georgia

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Speeding Up The Pursuit of Freedom: Libertarian Party State Convention to be March 4th and March 5th, 2016


The Libertarian Party of Georgia’s Annual State Convention is less than two months away, and we are excited to announce that we will be meeting at Andretti’s in Marietta, Georgia, at their newest facility.
Early Bird pricing is available now.  It pays to book sooner rather than later!  $95.00
But it won’t last long so take advantage!
Standard Pricing will be  $125.00.
  • Early Bird: $95.00
    • available for 3 weeks after posting, extensions used if necessary
  • Standard: $125.00
  • Sponsor a Student:
    • Early Bird: $135.00
    • Standard: $175.00
  • Student:
    • Early Bird: $40.00
    • Standard: $50.00
Our Tentative Agenda will include:
The Libertarian Party of Georgia’s Business Session to be First event of the day
Discussion of Presidential Candidates
Senate Candidates
  • Ted Metz
  • Alan Buckley
  • Panel Discussion
Lunch Speaker
Dinner Speaker
Breakout Sessions
More details will be added as they become available.
Get ready to Rev up the Libertarian Party of Georgia!


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FLASHBACK: Libertarian Objectives in 1980- Has Anything Changed?

Libertarian Objectives 1980

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Chris Coughlin Wins Johns Creek, Georgia Council Seat

Chris Coughlin(R) celebrates winning a seat on the Johns Creek City Council with EJ Moosa (L)

Chris Coughlin(R) celebrates winning a seat on the Johns Creek City Council with EJ Moosa (L)

Libertarian Chris Coughlin won one of the two runoff elections he was competing for in Johns Creek, Ga.  While he lost the full term seat by less than 180 votes, he won the stub seat and will serve through the end of 2015.

Coughlin set out to prove that you could run a smarter, more efficient campaign using analysis techniques he applies in his day job.  And despite some doubt among supporters, he turned up the heat on his opponent, who outspent him by a margin of 12 to 1.

“I set out to prove that at the local level, you can compete by campaigning intelligently, especially if you have a principled campaign.  I wanted to bring some fiscal analysis to Johns Creek because I think it will lead to better outcomes for all residents”, Couglin said.

“I also hope that my desire to cut business taxes so that we can improve our business environment for all businesses within Johns Creek will be acted upon by this City Council going forward”, Coughlin added.

Chris Coughlin is Georgia’s only elected Libertarian at the present time.

Coughlin is also planning to work and help others at the local levels get elected. “Open races are the place for Libertarians to establish themselves”, he stated.  “Limiting government to their defined responsibilities and spending tax dollars as efficiently as possible are concepts people do understand”, said Coughlin.

Please visit Couglin’s Facebook page and congratulate Chris Coughlin.  His hard work and determination deserve a resounding round of applause.




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Johns Creek Drones Up

(This  topic was submitted by Winston, a local libertarian in Johns Creek)


Winston posted some comments at a local blog which caught my eye and my brain.  It really got me to thinking on the militarization going on around us at all levels.

Would the Federal Government be able to continue to expand its monitoring of us without the help of local governments?  Why are local governments so willing to do the heavy lifting for the Federal government? [Read more…]

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