• What is the FSP?

    The FSP is an agreement among 20,000 participants to move to New Hampshire for "Liberty in Our Lifetime." We are more than 80% to our goal, after which we will “Trigger the Move."

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New Hampshire VS. Maryland

The Free State Project has a popular Facebook series where it compares taxes in New Hampshire to taxes in another state. The latest state to be compared to New Hampshire was Maryland. Here is the resulting image.

You are welcome to read the comments or add your own comment to the Facebook posting of the image.

Forest Kindergartens? Yes, Please!

NHPR covers a growing trend in New Hampshire: Nature-based schools and forest kindergartens.

Says Patty Ewen, a consultant for the Office of Early Childhood at the New Hampshire Department of Education: "What we're really talking about in the context of New Hampshire is environmental based-learning. And there's a reason a lot of us live in New Hampshire and love New Hampshire and protect it. And a lot of that has to do with the environmental beauty and resources that our state has. So when you think about where you live and why you live there, for New Hampshire, nature-based learning is sort of a hand and glove opportunity. I do think it fits in a state like ours where everything is decentralized decision making or what everyone likes to refer to as local control."

Read the whole article at NHPR. Photo credit: New Forest Park Authority

New Mover Hits Ground Like Hot Sauce

Randy Clemens, author of "The Sriracha Cookbook," "The Veggie-Lover's Sriracha Cookbook," and co-author of "The Craft of Stone Brewing Co.: Liquid Lore, Epic Recipes, and Unabashed Arrogance," has hit the ground running after his move to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project.

In addition to settling in and exploring his new home state, Randy has stepped up to the plate by volunteering to help with publicity for the 12th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival, aka PorcFest. Read more at his blog. You might also enjoy his excellent essay about why he decided to join the FSP and move across the country for more freedom.

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Do Something: The Rights Brigade Launches

The Free State Project's pledge talks about exerting "the fullest practical effort toward the creation of a society in which the maximum role of government is the protection of individuals’ rights to life, liberty, and property." How activists do this, is up to them as individual participants.

A group of early movers have taken the bull by the horn and started a new project called The Rights Brigade.

According to their website, their mission centers around "the defense of our basic human freedom. We believe every individual has the right to peacefully coexist with the rest of humankind, to live as they see fit, so long as they do not forcefully infringe upon the rights of others to do the same. We also believe that these rights, though universal, are meaningless unless they are able to be exercised, and that the exercise thereof will only be possible so long as those rights are vigorously defended. We will not trust the defense of these rights to any institution, but will personally see to it that they remain secure."

Sucker's Bet: Monopoly vs. Prohibition

Early mover Bill Walker weighs in on monopoly gambling in the Granite State, where a proposed bill to create 2 casinos recently failed.

From the article: "Just replace 'monopoly casino' with 'monopoly grocery store,' and imagine the chaos if our food depended on politicians picking the 'right' company to supply our state. Our politicians are no better at designing entertainment facilities than they would be at running Market Basket.

Monopoly is a sucker’s bet. Our legislature needs to put together a bill that gets the state government out of the Boardwalk Empire business entirely. Let the consumer decide how many casinos they want, whether the number is zero or five.

The Live Free or Die taxpayer doesn’t want government shutting down veteran’s poker games or subsidizing casino companies. Let entrepreneurs bet their own money and take their own chances." Read the whole article at The Citizen. Photo credit: The Concord Monitor

Driving Tour: Monadnock Region

New Hampshire is a beautiful state with quaint towns and features. Mount Monadnock is the heart of the Monadnock Region. This drive will take you through the towns in that area. The drive can be done in one day, but you will want to stop along the way to visit and explore each town in the region. Check out this nifty tour planner and photos from Touring NH. Did you take the tour? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

Photo: Marlow, NH/Credit: Touring NH.

5 Reasons the Free State Project Trumps Liberland

A new libertarian micronation is taking the global news media by storm. “Liberland” aims to create a European “Free State” in the Balkans. While I declare solidarity with all my brethren exploring new ways to live free, I believe the New Hampshire-based Free State Project presents a more viable and proven strategy than Liberland can even hope to offer in the foreseeable future.

Here’s why:


#1: The Tortoise and the Hare

New Hampshire VS. New Jersey

The Free State Project has a popular Facebook series where it compares taxes in New Hampshire to taxes in another state. The latest state to be compared to New Hampshire was New Jersey. Here is the resulting image.

You are welcome to read the comments or add your own comment to the Facebook posting of the image. The image has already been viewed by over 600,000 people.

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