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Cut GA Taxes, Have Government Pay You! – By Joel Aaron Foster

What if I could show you that Georgia taxpayers could cut our income tax rate, cut our cost of living overall, raise our quality of life and bring more jobs and prosperity to Georgia simply by making a few bold moves to simplify our taxes? On Tax Day, individuals and families are familiar with the [...]

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When Law Becomes The Tyrant – By Joel Aaron Foster

June 30, 2014

In honor of the Dog Days of Summer, we are releasing a series of thought provoking essays from AFP Georgia staff on the philosophical underpinnings that drive free market ideas and individual liberty. Liberty is preserved in a delicate balance. If Liberty is truly the gift of Divine Providence to all Mankind then why do [...]

Ten Conclusions About Government Owned Broadband Internet

June 27, 2014 J

The New York University Law School’s Advanced Communications Law and Policy Institute (ACLPI) recently released a report that outlines the common problems with government-owned broadband networks (GONs). The report, authored by Charles Davidson and Michael Santorelli with contributions from several government and business leaders in cities in states that have GONs, examines 10 networks across [...]

AFP GA Weekly Newsletter – June 23-June 28th, 2014

June 27, 2014

Click HERE to read interactive newsletter online. This Labor Day Weekend, thousands of AFP activists from all over the Country will converge on the Lone Star State in Dallas, Texas, for the nation’s premiere strategy conference for the liberty-loving grassroots army, AFP’s Defending the American Dream Summit. You’ll learn the secret strategies AFP is using [...]

The Ownership Complex – By Joel Aaron Foster

June 25, 2014

In honor of the Dog Days of Summer, we are releasing a series of thought provoking essays from AFP’s Joel Aaron Foster on the philosophical underpinnings that drive free market ideas and individual liberty. Have you ever wondered how things that are so precious, valuable, meaningful, are so elusive and once acquired, so difficult to [...]