Augustus Sol Invictus, a Florida attorney who received extensive media coverage for his 2016 campaign for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate, posted the following as the fourth newsletter for The Revolutionary Conservative. Invictus gave IPR permission to republish.
I am proud to announce that my son, Cesare Zagreus Invictus, was born this morning in the Waxhaws, just a stone’s throw from where Andrew Jackson was born in South Carolina.… Read more ...
Austin Petersen and Augustus Invictus at Liberty Fest NYC
Augustus Invictus, a former candidate for the 2016 Libertarian Party of Florida’s U.S. Senate nomination and the chairman of the Libertarian Party of Orange County, Florida, spoke at Liberty Fest NYC on September 10th, 2016. His speech, posted below, is 8 minutes in length and was uploaded to YouTube on September 13th:
Steve Scheetz, the former chairman of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania who endorsed Invictus before the LPF primary, attended Liberty Fest NYC and told this ATPR editor that probably around 150 people participated in the event.… Read more ...
Paul Stanton has handily defeated controversial candidate Augustus Invictus for the Libertarian nomination for U.S. Senate in Florida; with preliminary results showing a margin of almost fifty points (73.6% to 26.4%).
William Saturn is an IPR contributor. He published the following on The Saturnalian on August 25th, 2016:
Dear Florida Libertarians,
This is citizen journalist William Saturn. I am writing to convince you to vote in the August 30 primary to make Augustus Sol Invictus your next nominee for U.S. Senate. Admittedly, I am not a member of your party, though I hold it in high esteem.… Read more ...
ATPR: Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Augustus Invictus shared the following note today on his Facebook page from former Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania chairman Steve Scheetz, who presently serves as a member of the Libertarian Party Radical Caucus’ Candidate Endorsement Review Committee:
For those who do not know me, my name is Steve Scheetz, I am a former Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania, and while I am not certain that what I say will carry much weight in Florida, I am writing to formally endorse Augustus Sol Invictus.… Read more ...
Augustus Invictus is a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate in Florida and the chairman of one of the state’s county affiliates, the Libertarian Party of Orange County. He posted his first speech to the group on Facebook on August 18th, 2016:
Augustus Invictus, a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate in Florida, recently released a platform on criminal justice reform co-written by Keon Antonio Grayson, a newly elected city councilman in Florida who has publicly endorsed Invictus in his bid. According to Invictus’ campaign website, he will speak about this new addition to his overall platform on July 29th, 2016 in Miami.… Read more ...
Augustus Invictus is a candidate seeking the Libertarian Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate in Florida, which will be decided in a statewide primary on August 30th. Max Rice asked Invictus a few a questions, exclusively for ATPR, from a (mostly) non-political perspective:
Miami-Dade—Libertarian Councilman-elect Keon Antonio Grayson garnishes a win for Libertarians in a Special Election for Community Council in Miami-Dade last month. The group of ten elected officials on the council will represent the unincorporated sections of the county.
Grayson, who is a Navy Veteran, said when he saw the attacks being made on Libertarian Augustus Invictus, Candidate for U.S.
Max Dickstein, a contributor to BeingLibertarian.com, recently interviewed Libertarian Party U.S. Senate hopeful in Florida Augustus Sol Invictus; the video, titled “Libertarian Candidate Seeking to Unseat Rubio Calls John McAfee a Degenerate,” was uploaded on July 8th (volume should be increased, a partial transcript of highlighted quotes is below the video in this article):
Several highlights of the interview below, with quotes from Invictus in boldface and italics -KL:
At around the 3:10 minute mark, Invictus says, “I’ve had a rough life and I’ve done my share, and probably 5 other people’s share of illegal substances, but that is not why I oppose the War on Drugs.”
At around the 3:32 minute mark, Invictus says, “I might be a fan of John McAfee, he did endorse my opponent, but also he’s also kind of a total degenerate.” Invictus adds, about McAfee, “he’s got commercials with him banging seven hookers while doing coke, so it’s not like he doesn’t make that part of his persona.”
At around the 15:25 minute mark, Invictus says “the federal government is clearly colluding with corporate interests to destroy the wilderness in certain places, so do I think they’re the best, most noble people on earth and we should worship them and allow them to do whatever they want with our environment?… Read more ...