The Art of Political Persuasion Team
We are a small team of highly engaged, committed individuals who come from varied backgrounds and experiences but share a common belief that the first step to creating a better world is taken when we all learn how to more effectively engage each other in dialogue.
Robin Koerner – Leader of the Pack
Robin Koerner is a political and economic commentator for the Huffington Post, Truth in Media, Independent Voter Network, the Daily Paul and other sites.
In 2012, his “Blue Republican” article went viral and launched a movement focused on winning supporters for liberty, rather than winning arguments, and on finding common ground with those of various political persuasions.
Paul Addis – Engagement Director and Events Coordinator
Paul served as a U.S. Army veteran for four years as a Cryptologic Linguist in Military Intelligence and currently works full time as a Project Manager in the Finance Division at Alaska Airlines in Seattle, WA.
In 2014, Paul ran for State Representative in Washington’s 36th District on the Libertarian ticket. His Campaign Manager was a former Democrat and his top Campaign Consultant was a former Republican, highlighting the importance of the art of political persuasion in finding common ground with all political persuasions. His candidacy garnered comparable percentages to a major party in the same district during the General Election, showing the potential of third parties that utilize the tactics of winning supporters, not arguments.
Dan Latrimurti, Technical Services and Marketing Consulting, Intentional Magic, LLC
Dan Latrimurti of Intentional Magic, LLC came to use via Ben Swann and KrisAnne Hall. Dan is a self-proclaimed 30 year corporate refugee who learned the value of multi-platform integration in the semiconductor business and self taught himself how to wire all the internet pieces from A to Z.
Dan is truly gifted and equally committed to aggressively promoting the “The Art of Political Persuasion” as a necessity for making the world a better place for all.
As people from across the political spectrum learn how to better communicate with each other, they’ll stop letting the politicians define the problem and then give us their solutions. As our communication improves we’ll define the problem and then take responsibility for the solution without having to rely on self-promoting, special interest driven career politicians”