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Ron Paul Endorses the FSP

"I am a friend of the Free State Project. Absolutely! Check it out, find out, and if you like it, join, and continue the effort."

Congressman Ron Paul is a former candidate for the Republican Party nomination for President 2012.

Goofy Fun: Free Staters Win Intragalactic Cardboard Sled Race

On April 11, 2015, the 24th Annual Intragalactic Cardboard Sled Race was held at the Mount Sunapee Resort. The award-winning Robo-Porcupine cardboard sled was designed and engineered by early movers, Jim Johnson and Lauren Canario, as a homeschooling project. Under their guidance, students, along with recent mover Ethan Glover, met up once a week to make their "Robo-Porc" concept a reality. Using only cardboard, duct tape, paint, and wax, the team transformed their design sketches into an amazing corn-noshing porcupine sled. The proceeds from the event went to support a local charity, David's House.

Watch this clip from WMUR about the race.

April 2015 Newsletter

Castles and Camaraderie: Come Shack Up With Us In New Hampshire! Read the latest FSP newsletter. We hope you are tempted to join us for "Liberty in Our Lifetime." Remember! Buy your PorcFest tickets today!

Parental Choice: The Future of Education

Bill Walker, an FSP early mover and member of the Sullivan County Republican Committee, writes in The Citizen about global school choice options, and what is happening in the town of Croydon, NH.

From the article: "Parental choice is the future of education. Whether through online programs, private schools, or public school choice, every parent should be able to choose their child’s school. Our country was made strong by our diversity, not by conformity. Choice will rebuild our diversity, and the 21st century will see our diverse children reach out into the stars."

Photo credit: Patriotpost.us.

Militarization of Police: Panel at UNH

Shire Liberty News, your source for in-depth activism news and information about what is happening in the Free State, covered Friday's "The Militarization of Police" panel discussion at the University of New Hampshire. Read more...

Photo credit: Tom V, from left to right: Carla Gericke (FSP President), Perry Plummer (Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management for New Hampshire), Anthony F. Colarusso Jr. (Dover Chief of Police) and JR Hoell (NH State Representative).

FSP Founder Jason Sorens on Liberty

The Dartmouth Review recently sat down to talk to Jason Sorens, founder of the Free State Project. From the Editor's Note: "Jason Sorens is a Lecturer in the Department of Government, the Program Director of the Political Economy Project (PEP), and the President and Founder of Ethics and Economics Education of New England (E3NE). He is also the Founder and current Vice President of the Free State Project (FSP), a political migration movement that seeks to recruit 20,000 libertarians move to New Hampshire to gain the critical mass necessary to effect political change. Recently, The Dartmouth Review had the opportunity to speak with Professor Sorens about his work at Dartmouth and his involvement in state politics. Here is what he had to say."

Celebrating the Upper Valley

The Upper Valley of New Hampshire is a unique and beautiful place. Home to Dartmouth College in Hanover, quaint towns like Lebanon, and world class historic sites like Saint Gaudens estate and sculpture park, another unique feature is that state borders bend a little up that way. New Hampshire and Vermont share school districts across the Connecticut River. When I used to work at the NH Writers' Project, we hosted our NH Literary Festival in White River Junction, VT, named one of the "coolest small towns," with lots of artistic flair, and a great clothing store called Revolution.

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