Introduction to the First 1000
Freedom — now!
The original FSP mission to gather 20,000 commitments neglected a key segment of the FSP community--everyone who wanted to move earlier! The original FSP organizers were surprised to find that some liberty activists were ready to move as soon as New Hampshire was voted the target state. Others needed only a few others to join them. The FSP thus launched a mini version of the mission, the First 1000 (F1K): 1,000 people would agree to move within three years. The new project succeeded, with 1033 signatures.
While the FSP continues to recruit 20,000 liberty-minded people to move to New Hampshire, it is important that early pioneers start the work for liberty in the state as soon as possible. With a commitment to move here by 2008, the First 1000 will help pave the way for the other 19,000 to follow, providing a beacon of freedom for the entire country.
Already making an impact
Much has already been accomplished in New Hampshire with more than 200 early movers and 300 native Granite-staters already here. Imagine what 1000 will do!
Already, early movers have run for office and won! Others have been appointed to offices on school, budget, and planning boards. The New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, founded by FSP participants, produces an annual report card on state legislators and closely screens all newly proposed legislation. Free Staters also chair New Hampshire’s Republican Liberty Caucus and Democratic Freedom Caucus.
Are you going to
a free society...
or are you going to
Join us in New Hampshire.
Be a pioneer for freedom.
What would you do to regain the liberty this country once guaranteed?
"A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
–-Thomas Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address (1801)
A special thanks to talk show host Ian Bernard, sponsor of the First 1000 program. You can hear Ian’s show, Free Talk Live, on radio stations around the United States and at www.FreeTalkLive.com via podcast.