Sheriff Nick Finch of Liberty County was deposed by Governor Rick Scott when he stood up for the Second Amendment rights of an individual who was arrested by an overzealous deputy in his department. Finch was charged with official misconduct and falsifying records and he was found not guilty by a jury. He was subsequently reinstated as Sheriff. Join Nick Finch Friday Evening .
Jim Turney was chair of the Libertarian National Committee from 1985 to 1988. In 1980 he ran for Virginia’s 3rd district House of Representatives seat. He is now a volunteer for the LPF. Join Jim Turney for breakfast on Saturday morning .
Tom Regnier is licensed to practice law in the Florida Supreme Court and all Florida District Courts of Appeal, the U.S. Court of Appeals of the 11th Circuit, the U.S. District Courts of the Southern & Middle Districts of Florida, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Join Tom Regnier for lunch on Saturday.
Burnie Thompson is from Panama City & is a political commentator who injects humor & reason into the stories he posts covers. While he strives to pursue the truth, he’s not above lampooning politicians & bureaucrats now & then. Burnie Thompson is a former U.S. Air Force Captain and college English teacher. Burnie also has been a free-lance writer for more than a decade, with commentaries in The Los Angeles Times, The USA Today, The Washington Times, The Orange County Register, and more than a dozen other publications. Join Burnie Thompson for dinner Saturday evening.
Bill Wohlsifer is an attorney & was the first Libertarian candidate in the state of Florida for the office of Attorney General. After some deliberation he decided to throw his hat in the ring, beginning a year-long statewide campaign. Thanks to many months of hard work, from many dedicated individuals on his team, Bill was invited to join the other candidates on a statewide stage, to compete in a debate, hosted by Bay News 9, on October 9th, 2014. Join Bill Wohlsifer for brunch on Sunday morning.