Dozens of pro-liberty bills have passed the NH House and are heading to the NH Senate. For more information, check out this listing
compiled by an FSP participant in NH. The FSP does not advocate or take a position on any legislation, but does think pro-liberty activists would appreciate this listing.
The Free State Project is glad to announce that Carla Gericke will be the new President of the FSP. Carla is an early mover to New Hampshire, was the head organizer of PorcFest 2009 and 2010, is a pro-liberty activist, and has over 15 years of management experience. She is committed to increasing volunteer involvement with the FSP, increasing targeted marketing campaigns, increasing early movers, and more. If you would like to help with these or another initiative, please email us
or post on our forum
NY Times best-selling author Thomas E. Woods, Jr. gives the FSP a positive discussion in his new book, Rollback, and is mentioned in his column at Lew Rockwell
Kudos to the organizers and contributors who together collected $1000 in one week
for a guerrilla marketing campaign to increase awareness of the FSP during the theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged.
Christina Heller, director of the forthcoming documentary Libertopia
was interviewed by Reason.tv. She discusses the FSP, the people, and the film. Interview here
Four more interviews with FSP participants who have made the move (early) to NH have been posted. See them and all known mover interviews on our YouTube channel
(newer videos are at the bottom).
Fourth graders in New Hampshire score higher on a national science test than fourth graders in all other states. Full story here
Check out Why New Hampshire?
for reasons compiled by some FSP participants to join the FSP and move to the Granite state.
It is with appreciation and regret that the FSP must announce the resignation of our President, Varrin Swearingen. We invite you to read his letter here
The Board of the FSP will be looking for a new President in the coming weeks. If you have nominations or ideas, please email us
It is with regret that the Free State Project has decided to cancel the planned 2011 NH Liberty Forum. An explanatory letter from Varrin Swearingen, the President of the FSP, can be read here
According the the latest census, New Hampshire has one of the highest median incomes of $66,654 and ranked 11th for percentage of households making over $200,000. More here