You know when Tom Woods is touting the Free State Project as a solution, as he does in Rollback, we have arrived. Which means, if you’re not in New Hampshire, you haven’t... arrived, that is. But many others have and are, with this month bringing another bumper crop of new movers.
Guess what I heard every day while pitching the Free State Project at Libertopia in San Diego?
This time of year, when New Hampshire is ablaze with reds, oranges, and golds, I’m reminded of Robert Frost’s poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay”--except real physical gold in you
It has been a busy summer here in the Free State: festivals, conferences, and many, many new movers. Welcome home!
Viva la r3VOLution! Can’t talk (hoarse from
screaming: “End the Fed”), can’t walk (soccer injury after Monday night’s
Nation Celebration—you should see the other guy, well, she was an eight
year-old, but all’s fair in love, war and r3VOLution), can’t believe the MSM
coverage (USA Today, September 3, 2008: “Ron Paul Hosts Alternative Event…
Hundreds of people…” Hundreds? What, are
they blind as well as stupid?), can’t get the Aimee Allen song out of my head.
Ron Paul! Save our constitutional rights. Ron Paul! We’re not gonna give up
the fight! Ron Paul! Start a r3VOLution. Break down these illegal institutions!
Twenty-four-and-a-half hours in a white
Windstar decked out with Ron Paul stickers and decals racing from New Hampshire
to Minnesota. Five Freestaters, four drivers, three pillows, two video cameras,