I remember growing up on the southern border of NH, when it was actually a free state. They had no zoning laws no building codes laws other then those for general safety. So when I moved to NH in 1981 the freedom grabbers already were on the march up to NH. I call these freedom grabbers just that because they come up here to NH from places such as Mass, NJ, NY, MD, Conn.
I plan on biking 3000 miles to liberty. Get some publicity for FSP. I bought the domain bikeforliberty.com and hopefully if i get some free time will start setting it up soon.
The article was in the Union Leader but MSNBC picked it up.
By MICHAEL CLEVELAND
The Union Leader
updated 12:17 a.m. CT, Mon., Dec. 29, 2008
My wife and I plan on purchasing a house somewhere in southern part of New Hampshire sometime in 2009. Hopefully there will be even greater deals as the housing market continues to present a down-turn.
What's more dangerous, a couch or a snowman?
apparently haunt bureaucrats across the nation. The answer is, both are
so dangerous that placing them in your front yard is an act worthy of
New Hampshire is ranked 3rd for fewest Federal Public Corruption Convictions in the past decade (1997-2006) according to the Department of Justice Public Integrity Section. There was a total of 14 cases over the last decade in New Hampshire, compared with 13 in Nebraska (2nd place) and 12 in Vermont (1st place).
The Walk for Liberty was covered by the Schenectady, NY based Daily Gazette.