|Publication:||Paul Harvey Radio Show|
Paul Harvey Radio Show08/14/03
Paul Harvey had a short segment
about the FSP on his noon radio show on 08/14/03. |
It is available in these formats:
<Transcript of the FSP segment>
If you don't like your state government, how would you like a state with no government?
FSP stands for Free State Project a group of libertarians who want to do away with taxes, and government controls over: schooling, and marriage, and drugs, and the Second Amendment.
The FSP now claims 5,000 members and they believe they can recruit 20,000 and they believe that would be enough to move in and take over any of 10 sparsely-populated states: Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Maine, Delaware, either of the Dakotas, Vermont, New Hampshire. [FSP: he left out Idaho!]
And they mean it. They have approached the governors of New Hampshire and Wyoming.
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