Logan Wilder Fuller
Lives in Los Angeles
JE: Welcome to the SelfDetermination Advocates group. What do you think so far?
LF: Joined, but I’m not moving to New Hampshire.
JE: I understand… our focus is larger than the Free State Project…
LF: Ok. What’s the focus exactly?
JE: We help defacto nations, unrepresented peoples, secession movements, and Individuals gain self-governance through non-violent means… appreciate your involvement.
LF: I can get behind that!
JE: Do you consider yourself a libertarian or classical liberal?
LF: What is the difference? I’m a Libertarian that toes the line of anarchism.
JE: Yes, me too, more of an agorist/voluntaryist, but I have my hypocrisies.
LF: Don’t we all.
JE: You in LA?
JE: I moved from Long Beach to Texas last year.
LF: Texas is too damn hot.
JE: I have air conditioning.
LF: Weather-wise, I don’t ever want to be uncomfortable. I’m from Georgia. I know about heat and air conditioning. Still not for me. I know California has a ton of problems, but I love it here.
JE: Actually El Paso, and Galveston may qualify. So how did you become libertarian/anarchist?
LF: I have been a Libertarian for 17 years. I discovered the party when I was 19 and it just made so much sense to me.
JE: How did you hear about it?
LF: Friends told me about it and I looked into it. It hit all the marks that neither D nor R could for me.
JE: What did the friends say?
LF: I don’t remember exactly. They just explained that there was another political party I had not heard of before and it was about freedom, less government involvement, self-reliance.
JE: So, do you go to meetings there?
LF: No. I should. I did lead a small convoy for “Let Her Speak.” I have contacted the Libertarian Party of Los Angeles to get involved. I should probably check my email soon. A friend out here got asked to volunteer with Spike’s campaign.
JE: What do you think of the ticket?
LF: I really wanted Hornberger to receive the nomination, however, the more I learn about Jo, the more I love her. I don’t know enough about Spike to make an assessment of him yet. How about you?
JE: I liked Kokesh… But Jo and Spike are doing a great job campaigning. What is your vision of a perfect society?
LF: First of all, I don’t believe a perfect society could exist, but a more perfect society would be one where we have the freedom to do what we want without infringing on the rights of others. Local problems solved at a local level, and of course getting to keep all of our money.