Over the weekend, the Concord Monitor did an in-depth interview with early movers Dan and Carol McGuire, who were both recently re-elected to the state house. "'We have a consistent political philosophy, which is more freedom is better and that government tends to cause more harm than good, sometimes with the best intentions,' he said." Read the full article. Photo credit: Nick Reid, Concord Monitor Staff
Check out this week's episode! Cecelia Fairchild and Shire Dude interview the "foundress" of Shire Sharing, Amanda Bouldin. Donate Bitcoin to Shire Sharing: 1CBr5J9vPMVzf5S22vdMUXkcLw8p4w7JgU Subscribe for new episodes every Monday! Be sure to check out Voices of Liberty our partners on this project!
Early movers Cecelia and Shire Dude, producers of "It's Like This Too," a new series highlighting early Free State Project movers, explain what motivated them to move, and what kind of activism they have been involved in since making it to the Shire. Stay tuned for a new episode every Monday on Voices of Liberty: Powered by Ron Paul.
It’s Like This Too, a new video series premiering Monday, November 3rd will focus on early movers of the Free State Project, and will explore what these movers are doing to create Liberty in Our Lifetime.
Based in New Hampshire, movers of the Free State Project are putting into practice a slew of tactics in an effort to advance liberty, and be part of a productive, harmonious, and, most importantly, voluntary community.
In partnership with Voices of Liberty (formerly the Ron Paul Channel), and hosted by early movers Cecelia and Shire Dude, It’s Like This Too will highlight efforts of FSP movers, including, but not limited to, political efforts, alternative education, outreach, efforts to become self-sustaining, and simply living free. The ingenuity that abounds when individuals from all walks of life move to a common location with a shared goal of liberty is both limitless and awe-inspiring; see for yourself.
FSP president, Carla Gericke, recently chatted to Tom Woods about her court victory over the police, growing up in South Africa, and the incredible community of liberty activists in New Hampshire.
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FSP Board Meeting
October 12, 2014
Venue: Aaron Day's house
Present: Aaron, Matt, Carla, Séamas, Jody, Sharon
Skype: Rich, Jason
Meeting called to order at 3:43pm
1. President’s report
2. LF budget
3. Financial policy/Q3 financial report
4. Marketing contract
5. Fundraising strategy
6. Letters of appreciation
7. Events survey
8. Strategic plan
9. Other business
• Liberty Forum: going well. A good number of confirmed speakers, some speaker requests still outstanding. Web site to launch this week.
• Need to focus on sponsor recruitment. $1600 to bring a speaker out.
• PorcFest 2015: no organizer identified yet.
• Ambassador program moving along.
• Fundraising. Need to do more. About to launch another round of support for Chris Lopez. She is willing (and there is work for her to do) to increase her number of hours.
LF Budget: Rich proposed approving it as is, Séamas seconded. 7 ayes, 1 abstention. Budget approved.
New Hampshire's largest newspaper, The Union Leader, weighs in with a balanced article about Free State Project participants who are building better lives in the Live Free or Die state.
From the article: "But a little magic did already happen, with about 10 percent of those people having moved to New Hampshire. They didn't want to wait.
'I think some people thought there is no reason to wait. New Hampshire is already a pretty libertarian state compared to the rest of the country. And I and a lot of other people thought why not move there and take advantage of what New Hampshire has to offer,' said Jason Sorens, who started the movement with an essay he wrote as a Yale graduate student in 2001." Read the entire article at The Union Leader.
Photo: Emily Smith and Jody Underwood of Bardo Farm. Photo credit: Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent