It seems NH state rep Cynthia Chase of Chesire county wants to clamp down on Freedom in the shire due to the Free state project's effectiveness so far.
From Tom Woods
"Thomas E. Woods Jr.How do we keep freedom seekers from moving to New Hampshire? A state rep answers this bizarre question by proposing to restrict freedom in New Hampshire so libertarians won't want to move there. Watch my most recent video."
EDITORIAL: Freedom’s just another word
Freedom means different things to each of us, but in New Jersey, California and New York, shrinking personal and economic freedom means shrinking population. In the decade since 2001, New York has lost 9 percent of its population, California 4.5 percent, and New Jersey 5.6 percent.
The last continuing resolution expired Tuesday. With that expiration, the F.A.A. lost its ability to charge the 7.5% tax on airline tickets, which funds most of the agency’s functions. That means the agency is losing $200 million a week, according to the American Association of Airport Executives, money that is normally used to pay safety inspectors and improve airport facilities.
The agency also lost its ability to write checks or pay its credit card bills. Which leaves the inspectors to pay their own expenses.
Sherry Peel Jackson, the former IRS agent featured in Aaron Russo's documentary "America: Freedom to Fascism," who ended up in federal prison in early 2008 for challenging the legitimacy of the federal income tax, is having a party this August in Georgia to celebrate her freedom and the launch of her new life.
U.S. Celebrates Wikileaks arrest by announcing Press Freedom Day. In other news, reports are coming in that Irony has been found dead in his apartment at 123 WTF Ave.
"Wikileaks' Julian Assange is arrested on suspicion of rape; today U.S. State Department drops this gem: "The United States is pleased to announce that it will host UNESCO's World Press Freedom Day event in 2011 in Washington, D.C." Oh my."