FSP News - December 2009
FSP News - December 2009
The Liberty Forum is here!
Early bird prices are in effect!
Sign up now: Judge Napolitano is the Friday night keynote speaker. We also have dozens of other speakers and added a Sunday Brunch to the event. Lots of things to do and people to meet. Sign up NOW as seating is limited for the special Friday night dinner.
Don't forget to sign up now!
The FSP runs on volunteers. We need you!
If you only can spare an hour or two a month... the FSP needs you! If
you have time for more...the FSP needs you! Help the FSP break the
10,000 mark to hit the downslope.
for more info.
Seriously we need you!
Good ideas wanted
Do you have an idea that you think that the FSP should follow up with to get more people to sign up? Head over to the FSP Forum and post about it. The FSP is always looking for good ideas: http://forum.freestateproject.org/
When I'm shopping for holiday gifts, I like pure things (like the FSP .999 pure silver round), shiny things (like the FSP .999 pure silver round), with all the bells and whistles (like the FSP .999 pure silver round in a clear plastic case). I think I know what I'm asking Santa for this year. Anyway, there's lots of other neat things in the FSP store as well for that special someone this year. Hmm, bells? silver? I think I feel a song coming on...
New Hampshire, New Hampshire It's freedom time in our country. Lib-er-ty, all can see, soon it will be freedom time. City councils, busy councils, forcing law after law. In the air there's a feeling of revolt. Lawyers laughing, people chaffing, paying tax after tax, but in every free heart you will hear. New Hampshire, New Hampshire It's freedom time in our country. Lib-er-ty, all can see, soon it will be freedom time. See the movers, and the provers, show that lib-er-ty works; as the forlorn come home with great pleasure. Hear the free speech, see the them impeach, all the u-surp-ing pigs; and above all this action you'll hear. New Hampshire, New Hampshire It's freedom time in our country. Lib-er-ty, all can see, soon it will be freedom time. New Hampshire, New Hampshire It's freedom time in our country. Lib-er-ty, all can see, soon it will be freedom time. Soon it will be freedom time. Soon it will be freedom time. Soon it will be freedom time. Soon it will be freedom time.
The Free State Project is an effort to recruit 20,000 liberty-loving people to move to New Hampshire. We are looking for neighborly, productive, tolerant folks from all walks of life, of all ages, creeds, and colors who agree to the political philosophy expressed in our Statement of Intent, that government exists at most to protect people's rights, and should neither provide for people nor punish them for activities that interfere with no one else. freestateproject.org
In New Hampshire
Free State Blogs
What's happening in New Hampshire with the Free State Project? Free State Blogs attempts to answer that question. Here's just a sampling of this month's blog entries:
- Lovejoy, Groen and Forsythe Statement on LLC Tax
- Drinking teens learn how our government works
- No Is The New Yes
- more in Free State Blogs
Check the NH Calendars
The NH Underground Calendar lists liberty-oriented New Hampshire events. The NH Liberty Calendar also tracks NH events. Check the calendars before a visit or a move - you are welcome to attend NH events!
FSP News Thanks & Statistics
FSP Participants - here are some quick links:
- If you've moved to NH or otherwise changed your info, please update your contact info or send a message to Moved@FreeStateProject.org to let us know.
- Check out NH housing and other community & logistical information at NH Info
Are you ready to join the FSP, move to New Hampshire and work with us towards Liberty in Our Lifetime? Join here!
The Free State Project (FSP) is an effort to recruit 20,000 pro-liberty activists to move to New Hampshire, where they will exert the fullest practical effort toward the creation of a society in which the maximum role of government is the protection of life, liberty and property. The work of creating and sustaining such a society in New Hampshire is the job of residents, including project participants, not the Free State Project itself.
The FSP does not endorse any specific changes to government or strategies to achieve them. The FSP does not take positions on issues, candidates, legislation, places to move within New Hampshire, tactics or methods of action. The one stipulation the FSP does make is that people who promote violence, racial hatred, or bigotry are not welcome.
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