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Eric Garris was born on 24 December, 1953 in Paris, France, is an Activist, journalist, writer. Discover Eric Garris’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 69 years old?

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Occupation Activist, journalist, writer
Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 24 December 1953
Birthday 24 December
Birthplace Paris, France
Nationality United States

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In 2000, Garris described his history with the Libertarian Party (LP) as follows:


In 1999, Garris became the webmaster of, the webmagazine of libertarian political commentator Lew Rockwell. He is also webmaster for Ballot Access News, a news site published by activist Richard Winger that raises awareness of restrictive ballot access laws.


Early on, Garris saw the potential of the internet to advance his political beliefs. In 1995, he founded in response to the Clinton administration’s intervention in Bosnia’s civil war. Founded on Randolph Bourne’s idea that “War is the Health of the State,” aggregates foreign policy news links from a variety of perspectives to inform the American people and the world about the overseas plans of the American government and serve as a research tool for “‘citizen experts.'”


When Murray Rothbard and his supporters began to feel that the Libertarian Party, through outfits such as the Cato Institute, was becoming too cozy with the Republican Party and its policies, they founded the “Libertarian Radical Caucus” which was led primarily by Garris and his most consistent collaborator Justin Raimondo. After the Libertarian Party’s major schism of 1983, they began an entryist strategy into the Republican Party, and during the 1990s they became strong backers of Pat Buchanan.


As a pro-gay rights libertarian, Garris was active in opposing and defeating the 1978 Briggs Initiative, which was authored by state senator John V. Briggs, R-Fullerton. A Universal Free Libertarian Church minister, Garris was scheduled to debate Senator Briggs at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) on Oct. 26, 1978. Hours before the debate, which was sponsored by Society for Libertarian Life, Briggs failed to appear and substituted Prof. George Kent. Brigg’s aide, Don Sizemore, later stated that the senator had received several death threats just before the debate. Garris was one of the four plaintiffs who filed a breach of contract against Briggs, litigated by Newport Beach attorney David Bergland.


In 1973 I joined the Libertarian Party. I served as a National Committee member, California State Director, and candidate and campaign manager numerous times. I am still a life member of the LP, but I am no longer registered LP. I still consider myself to be a libertarian with strongly held beliefs and, as Webmaster of and, consider myself an activist in the libertarian movement. I still read much of the LP’s literature, have many friends and associates in the LP, often even vote Libertarian. I also subscribe to the LP’s internal email discussion list.


Eric Garris first ran for public office in 1972 when he ran as a Peace and Freedom Party candidate for the California State Assembly in district 61. He received 3,488 votes for 3.8% of the vote. Garris ran for office a second time in 1974. Running as a Peace and Freedom Party candidate in the 22 State Senate district, Garris received 4,316 votes for 2.3% In 1980 Garris ran as a libertarian for the 5th district California State Senate seat. In a two-way race Garris received 21,162 votes for 14.6% of the vote. In 1983 Garris ran as a libertarian in the special election for California’s 5th congressional district. He received 408 votes for 0.5% of the total vote. In 1990 Garris ran as a Republican for the California State Assembly in the 21st district. He received 25,695 votes for 29.1% of the vote in a two way race


While living in Venice, California in the 1960s, Garris became active in the Peace and Freedom Party, serving as National Committeeman and Vice-chairman before forming a libertarian faction within the party in 1973. In 1975, he left the Peace and Freedom Party to become active in the Libertarian Party, eventually co-founding the Libertarian Radical Caucus with Justin Raimondo. In the 1980s, Garris and Raimondo left the Libertarian Party to engage the Republican Party. They formed the Libertarian Republican Organizing Committee (LROC) and backed Pat Buchanan in his 1992 presidential run.


Eric Garris (born December 24, 1953) is an activist in the libertarian movement in the United States, reaching back to the Vietnam War. He is the founder and webmaster of a daily nonpartisan, global news source which was launched in 1995, and webmaster of the prominent libertarian website since 1999.