DVD Available on Eminent
The Southern Party of Georgia was honored to be invited to a
Forum on Eminent Domain and Private Property Rights. The Georgia
League of the South issued invitations to the Georgia Republican,
Democratic, Southern, Libertarian and Constitution Parties to
All but the Republican Party sent a representative to provide
educational information for the citizens of Georgia on this very
important issue. The Republican Party did not even acknowledge
receipt of the written invitations. The Southern Party was
represented by our State Senate Candidate, Mike Crane.
The 1 hour DVD provides very useful information and insight
into the issue here in Georgia and for the most part would be of
interest in other States also. Information on how to order your copy
of the DVD follows and you can order either from the Southern Party
or from The Committee to Elect Mike Crane:
1 Hour Eminent Domain DVD and
One year subscription to the Southern Party
A Real Choice
$20.00 including postage.
Not only will the DVD provide educational material - the
newspaper will keep you posted on Legislative action and
considerable information on the upcoming elections. Protect your
property rights by making an informed decision at the polls this
Make checks payable to:
Southern Party of Georgia or Committee to Elect Mike
Crane (select one)
Eminent Domain DVD
725 Ridgeview Road
Morganton, Georgia 30560
For direct credit card orders call 877-903-0996.
There is much work to be done! In 2005 HR 87 was introduced in
the Georgia House which would have offered the citizens of Georgia
the opportunity to close the loop holes for eminent domain abuse in
the Georgia Constitution. It would have placed this on the 2006
November ballot as a referendum.
As the last few days of the 2006 Legislature wind down this
bill has yet to even have public hearings in committee. Your
property rights will remain at risk until the loop holes are closed.
You as citizens should not settle for lip service - you should only settle for protection of
Please pass this on to others who are concerned with our
private property rights.