Guess what I heard every day while pitching the Free State Project at Libertopia in San Diego?
In my first piece on the first ten years of the Free State Project, I offered a retrospective on how the Free State Project got started and how far it has come. While the strides that Porcupines have been making in New Hampshire have indeed been remarkable, we also need to think about how to secure and build upon those gains.
Thank you to all the Porcupines and supporters who contributed to raise $1500 for the FSP to do great outreach and recruiting work at the Libertopia festival.
Read the monthly update from our President, Carla Gericke, on what's happening with the Free State Project.
Jason Sorens, founder of the Free State Project, was interviewed as part of the Future of Free Cities conference hosted by the Universidad Francisco Marroquin.
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
From the article
: "New Hampshire's status as the wealthiest overall state is the result of extremely low unemployment rate of 5.2% and the fact that it has the lowest poverty rate in the country."
After doing the Liberty Caravan website and documentation during my move to NH Sep 7 - 16, I am thinking of continuing this kind of thing with an FSP outreach program.
It has been a busy summer here in the Free State: festivals, conferences, and many, many new movers. Welcome home!
by the NH Union Leader.