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The Libertian Party of Georgia has accepted our affiliate application to form the Libertarian Party of Fayette County! Become a member today!


Meetings of the Executive Committee are the second Monday of each month. Meetings are open to all current LPFayette members. See the Event Calendar for a comprehensive view of all scheduled events.

World's Smallest Political Quiz

Don't feel quite comfortable with all of the positions of the Democrats or Republicans? Take The World's Smallest Political Quiz and you may find you have more in common with us than you think!

Don't tread on ANYONE

The Libertarian Party is planning to take over the world and leave you alone. We support and defend the rights of the minority, and the smallest minority is the individual.

Don't Miss Our Liberty Book Club!

Submitted by patrick on Wed, 02/27/2019 - 12:42PM

Our "Liberty: Beer and Books" book club reads some of the great works of free thinkers like Frederic Bastiat, Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek, and James Madison. Check the event calendar for meeting times and locations (usually Line Creek Brewing Co. in PTC). Come any time, even if you don't have or haven't read the book--we often have free or low-cost copies to distribute, or pointers to PDF versions downloadable on the web.

I am a Christian and a Libertarian

Submitted by Danny on Sat, 11/10/2018 - 8:13AM
I am a Christian. I am a Libertarian. This is not a contradiction. In fact, I believe that Libertarianism is the most Christian political worldview. I understand that there are many Libertarians who are not Christian, and many Christians who are not Libertarian. But I believe that these two worldviews fit together. Please let me explain.

Common Core -- A Case Study in Central Planning

Submitted by patrick on Tue, 10/30/2018 - 10:02AM
Bill Gates, the billionaire philanthropist former Chairman of Microsoft, has admitted that Common Core is a failure, after spending over $400 million of his own money, and an estimated $4 TRILLION dollars in its implementation. It is a clear example of why central planning, with its top-down, homogenized and least-common-denominator approach to problem solving routinely fails.