What does the 2010 census tell us about New Hampshire and the FSP? Check out Tim Condon's thoughts here
A new study by the Investor Education Foundation rated New Hampshire as having one of the most fiscally responsible residents. Full story here
A least 12 Free State Project Participants and many more pro-liberty allies won elections to the NH House of Representatives on Tuesday. More details to come.
The new year is fast approaching, and the FSP is compiling a list of ToDos for 2011. An initial list is here
. If you have ideas for activities, outreach, marketing, etc.
A dozen Free State Project participants, Republican and Democrat, won their primary in NH for elected office. How did pro-liberty activists do where you live?
They're shiny, they're heavy, they're awesome! Now available, the one AV ounce Free State Project Copper Round
. Same basic design as the FSP Silver Round (you do already have one of those, yes?) with the FSP logo and porc on the obverse and "The maximum role of government is the protection of life, liberty, and property" on the reverse. For more FSP merchandise, check out our store
Interested in watching political news, insights, and people in New Hampshire from a pro-liberty perspective? Check out NH Capitol Access
Lew Rockwell, the founder of the Mises Institute and the website LewRockwell.com, is an “enthusiastic supporter” of the Free State Project. Full story with links here
. For the list of the FSP's many other endorsements, visit our endorsements page
Free State Project Founder Jason Sorens discusses the relationship between activist size and liberty impact here
. If you want to see what will really happen when pro-liberty activists converge, join the FSP
According to the US Labor Department, New Hampshire experienced job growth of 1.43% between June 2009 and June 2010, which resulted in 8,900 new jobs. Nationally, the number of jobs fell by .1%. Read more here