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
Well we made it! 2200 miles with kids, cat and dog and no a/c but we did it! We have been in New Hampshire now for about 6weeks and I have to say I am touched about how friendly and welcoming everyone has been! And, I am never lacking for something to do, so many event invites that i can't possibly make them all!
Pete Eyre and Adam Mueller are heading across the country from NH in what they are calling "Liberty on Tour
" to network and spread both information and energy for the FSP and several pro-liberty organizations. If you are near one of their destination cities
, plan to meet up with them and/or let them know what stories, people, and places they should cover on their visit.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2010 Kids Count ranked New Hampshire in overall child well-being. This is the 3rd year NH received top ranking. Learn more here
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Dr. Mary Ruwart, a libertarian speaker, writer, activist, leading candidate for the 2008 Libertarian Party presidential nomination, and author of the bestselling 1992 book Healing Our World: The Other Piece of the Puzzle recently commented on the Free State Project, stating "While not called to move there yet, I think it's a great thing...I think it's a wonderful thing that's happening." See more from here interview on the LCLReport here: full interview
or just the clip about the FSP
The nation’s three largest bond rating agencies have held New Hampshire’s rating steady
, reflecting a "fundamentally strong state economy." Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s Investor Services, and Fitch Ratings all maintained the state’s above average ratings, both for this bond issue and the state’s long-term outlook.
Thanks to Jim Davies for the nice PorcFest article
at Strike The Root!