MANCHESTER, NH: Edward Snowden, the former CIA intelligence officer and NSA contractor who leaked information about illegal government surveillance in 2013, is coming to New Hampshire–live from Russia–during the Free State Project’s 9th Annual Liberty Forum.
Snowden’s disclosures about the NSA illegally seizing the private records of billions of individuals who were not suspected of any wrongdoing launched a historic debate about national surveillance practices. Largely as a result of his efforts, the NSA’s bulk collection of telephone metadata was ended just last week. More...
The Barfield family, known as Living Nomad Style, have been traveling across the U.S. for the past few years. This year, they decided to drop in on the volunteer-driven private charity, Shire Sharing. Read about their experiences helping to feed thousands of needy folks this past Thanksgiving here.
Photo credit: Living Nomad Style
"We can’t solve a problem without knowing its origin. To solve America’s drug problem, we have to know the history of the drug war.
The drug war did not start with Richard Nixon. It wasn’t a Republican idea, or a traditional idea. The drug war was launched before the First World War by utopian Progressive Democrats.
Woodrow Wilson signed the first federal drug law in 1914, the Harrison Act. It was intended as a weapon against opiate-using “Orientals.” Some doctors supported it because it granted them a prescription monopoly. At first, the Harrison Act only increased the cost of opiates to users. But soon the doctors fell victim as well, as the Harrison Act was used to imprison pain doctors and even those who ran opiate-addiction treatment clinics."
Read more from Bill Walker, FSP early mover on the history of the Drug War at The Concord Monitor.
Jam packed with exciting news about local activism, voluntary giving, upcoming events, and Early Bird Pricing for Liberty Forum 2016. Don't miss out, read our latest newsletter today!
Growing faster than ever before! The FSP now stands at the cusp of securing the final 2,200 signers in order to Trigger the Move! What are you waiting for? Join the most audacious liberty movement in the world. Claim your stake in history. Start planning your move. Check out Liberty Forum, February 18-21, 2016 in Manchester to get a better sense of the community we are building. You will be astounded!
I hereby state my solemn intent to move to the State of New Hampshire within 5 years after 20,000 participants have signed up. Once there, I will exert 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. Join us.
Nov 16, 2016
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MONDAY: Free State Project President Discusses Making History via LIVE Online Q&A
MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- “We are the future of liberty,” says Carla Gericke, president of the Free State Project, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that is successfully moving 20,000 liberty-minded people to New Hampshire. “We’re working to create a decentralized society in which the maximum role of government is to protect people from force and fraud… and we’re getting closer to our goal each day!” More...
On Friday night, after Christopher David turned himself in to the authorities and was released on $5,000 PR bail, several peaceful protesters stood outside Daniel Street Tavern in Portsmouth to let people know about the situation pertaining to Uber. For an excellent summary of the evening's activities, read early mover Tony's report here.
Fox News covered the story. As did Reason Magazine, NH1, an open letter to The Patch and Seacoastonline. More...
This just in from Christopher David, FSP early mover and civil disobedience activist who has continued to drive for Uber in the City of Portsmouth, despite the city council's ban. You can read more about the background to his story here.
Portsmouth has a warrant out for my arrest.
Officer Andre Wassouf -- the police officer from THIS VIDEO -- called me two weeks ago to inform me that I may be guilty of a class B felony for posting this audio recording of the bouncer (even though I was on a public road, in my car, and he was on a public sidewalk with no expectation of privacy). Bouncer called the police about it, and Wassouf said he would check to see if the bouncer wanted to press charges; if so, he would call back when a warrant was done.
Wassouf recently called again to inform me that he has completed my ARREST WARRANT. Wants me to turn myself in.
Looking for something to do this weekend?
Check out NH Open Doors where you can experience the best New Hampshire has to offer during this weekend-long touring and shopping event. You can: Shop (tax-free) for distinctive products made in NH; See demonstrations by artists and craftspeople in their studios; Sample fresh products from farmstands and orchards; Savor fine cuisine and wine at a local restaurant; Enjoy special events and cultural attractions; Spend the night in a cozy accommodation overlooking NH views.
Next week, don't miss:
Manchester hosts the 3rd Annual Distillers Showcase at the Radisson Hotel on November 12. For $60, you will get to sample premium spirits, getting you... into the spirit!
Portsmouth's upcoming Restaurant Week, November 5-14, 2015. This is a great way to try out some of the splendid noms the FreeCoast has to offer. More...
The issue for the tiny town of Croydon vs. Big Bad Brother has been heating up for some time now. Read more here, here, and here, where the Independent Institute writes:
"Children are not creatures of the state, and public school officials in Croydon should be commended for their efforts to put the best interests of children ahead of petty, parochial politics."
Yesterday, the New Hampshire AG's office mailed paperwork to the Sullivan County Superior Court in Newport filing a complaint from the N.H. Department of Education for a preliminary and permanent injunction against the Croydon School District. Read more at the Union Leader. More...
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