Freedom Watch: Jan 9, 2012 - 2:59 -
Republican legislator Cameron DeJong explains why he moved to New Hampshire to join the Free State Project to help liberty candidates get elected.
Manchester, New Hampshire - The Free State Project is using the new online currency Bitcoin as a creative new
promotional tool – ironically giving away free money, literally, to every subscriber on its mailing list.
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Libertarian hero Ron Paul stands to benefit from a little-known phenomenon stirring in New Hampshire: Fans of hands-off government are migrating en masse to the state where license plates boast the motto “Live Free or Die”—and where, coincidentally, the presidential primary season kicks off.Read more »
WE ARE writing because we have noticed an extreme and alarming change to our state government. We used to think that New Hampshire government, a pretty local enterprise given the small size of our state, was a true government of and by the people. But strange things are happening in our State House, sometimes so quickly that nobody has time to react.Read more »
At the beginning of every movement is a wild bunch. Rowdy workers on the docks in Boston, John Brown and his half-mad family. When historians trace back from Scott Brown to the beginning, they will get to a wild bunch in New Hampshire called the “Free Staters.”Read more »
Easy, free way to promote the Free State Project. Click the link, then click once more to vote. That's it. If we win, they'll design a car with the Porcupine Gadsden flag that says Free State Project down the side and it'll be at a NASCAR event. Right now we're in 2nd place! Vote every day, spread the word!Read more »
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The organizational effort for this year's event got a late start, and even later momentum. The existence of several competing events made securing speakers, including a keynote, difficult. The lead organizer decided to hold off on ticket sales until after the keynote was announced. In November, a keynote was selected but unexpectedly backed out. By the time a replacement was secured, it was early-December.Read more »
New Hampshire has many attractions, from natural beauty to relatively low unemployment.But for some, it’s the “Live Free or Die” image that has them packing up the moving van and heading to the Granite State.Read more »
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