FSP News - May 2011
FSP News - May 2011
Seacoast Online has an article examining the impact Free Staters are having on New Hampshire Government. "While their official numbers are small," says the newspaper, "their impact has been undeniable." The article points out that New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O'Brien encourages more Free Staters to move to New Hampshire.
New Hampshire Ranked Number One
New Hampshire was ranked #1 in StateMaster.com's ranking of the 50 states. See more information here.
Have you registered for the 8th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival (otherwise known as PORCFEST) yet?! Well why the heck not? $30 per person, kids under 18 free. We've been busy working on last minute details and waiting on the rest of you to buy your tickets! Currently we are looking for donations for the Silent Auction, sponsors, and various other things. If you are interested in helping out please contact Curtis@Porcfest.com. Get involved! Use coupon code FSPNEWS to save 20% off of registration and your Free State Project goodies. And get to crackin... it is right around the corner! Already registered? Find a convoy, join our ticket-holder group or like us on Facebook. Get the opportunity to meet the crowd before the fest. See you there!
Action of the Month
Share one of the recent media articles with your friends, family, co-workers, neighbors or even on Facebook. If you would not like to share an article, perhaps share this interview Chris Lawless did on the March 29th edition of the Peter Shiff radio show. Action of the Month items are also posted on the FSP Forum. Feel free to make suggestions or comments on the FSP Forum.
Website of the Month
Liberty on Tour - Liberty on Tour, founded in 2010 by Pete Eyre and Ademo Freeman, couples on-the-road activism with new media to advance the voluntary society. Through in-person interactions, online networking and constantly-varying content, LOT advocates for self-government, personal responsibility and consensual interactions.
Facebook Page of the Month
Free Talk Live - Free Talk Live is a nightly talk radio show where you are in control of the topic. The show continues to expand and has almost 100 radio affiliates. The facebook page is a great introductory resource to Free Talk Live.
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.
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
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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.
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