When I first heard about the Free State Project I felt the same excitement that I experienced when I heard they were forming a National Libertarian Party back in early 1972. I had hopes the party would bring the libertarian philosophy into the mainstream. Well, that didn’t happen:)
I joined the FSP about a year after it was formed. I assumed that Alaska or another Western state would win and although I wasn’t moving out of New England, I was willing to support the organization in any way I could. When I got on the forum I realized that NH had a good chance of winning, decided on moving here then,and, now we know the outcome:)
Living in Hartford and Windsor, Connecticut, I was never more than a few hours from almost any NH event and I spent quite a bit of time day tripping to meet and greets and other events particularly in Keene and at the Jim & Lauren build in Winchester.
Kevin moves to New Hampshire, builds a house, holds parties, and starts a revolution!
Even when facing the daunting activist-commute from Rhode Island, Dan made himself a key Ron Paul volunteer in New Hampshire. Now he's here full-time.
"I've heard a lot about it, I think it's a great idea, that's how we can get a concentrated dose of libertarianism in one state, and hopefully make a change in that state. Does the Free State Project have Dr. Mary Ruwart's endorsement? Absolutely!"
Carla jumps out of the South African frying pan and lands in the American fire. But in New Hampshire she's found the least bad part of America.
He stops pretty girls in their tracks at Ron Paul sign waves, but today Greg from Nashua stops for us and tells us why he moved to New Hampshire.
Jeremy (J'raxis) discusses moving to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project.