Me and Anthony, baby!

Me and Anthony, baby!

I’m not a fan-girl of many things, but I am a fan-girl of Anthony Bourdain. (I’m keeping it “am” because even though he’s gone, he will not be forgotten.) I don’t follow sports, I don’t respect most politicians, and I loathe celebrity culture (other than chefs and comedians; because both involve bellies). I have high […]

Enough! Leave us alone!

Enough! Leave us alone!

Yesterday was one of those epic days for pro-liberty activists in New Hampshire. My day: Get driver’s license renewed at DMV and pay $50 for the “privilege to travel” (boo!); make protest signs; don my “this is my protest sock” socks; go to rallies at the state house; then, dinner and a show. April 20th […]

Socialists want to kill NH’s golden goose (but not on my watch)

Socialists want to kill NH’s golden goose (but not on my watch)

In 2014, I was honored to be featured as one of NH Magazine’s “Remarkable Women.” Copied below is the full transcript of my answers to the questions presented. While this material is four years old, I hold strong in my belief that Free Staters are a net boon to New Hampshire. In case you haven’t […]

Vermin Supreme fights for your right to pony

Vermin Supreme fights for your right to pony

On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, a Very Important Person was coming to Concord, NH, and he wanted to bring some ponies. Vermin Supreme had to file a lawsuit against the City to exercise his First Amendment “Right to Pony” at a book signing of another former presidential candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Supreme, a political activist […]

CryptoKnights Unite in NH

CryptoKnights Unite in NH

This past Friday, it was hard not to feel like a superhero on a quest to free the world. On December 1, 2017, the Free State Blockchain Digital Assets Conference (FSBDAC) took place in downtown Portsmouth, NH. While the conference name is a mouthful that probably needs fixing for 2018–I’m partial to BlockchainNH–I was impressed. […]

The Wonderland of Liberty is in NH

The Wonderland of Liberty is in NH

On this day in 2012, I wrote an article for Freedom Phoenix called “Down the Rabbit Hole: Living in a Free State of Mind”. I described my vision for the future of freedom in New Hampshire thusly: “Through the looking glass we go! Let’s implement financial freedom and privacy in the spirit of the Switzerland of […]

Roadblocks Belong in Banana Republics, Not New Hampshire

Roadblocks Belong in Banana Republics, Not New Hampshire

Last weekend, Border Patrol hosted its first “Papers Please” roadblock in New Hampshire in the past five years. It was positioned just south of where the NH Cannabis Freedom Festival was taking place. And guess what? According to the Union Leader, more people were arrested for drug possession than for their immigration status. When I learned […]

PorcFest is Over, Wha, Whaa, Whaaaaa

PorcFest is Over, Wha, Whaa, Whaaaaa

PorcFest XIV The Free State Project’s 14th annual Porcupine Freedom Festival has come and gone. Today, as happens every year, I am totally bummed out. Bummed out because our prickle family reunion is over for another year. Bummed out about the friends I will have to wait a whole year to see again–just move already! […]

Pine Tree Riot Remembered

Pine Tree Riot Remembered

WEARE – Around sixty people gathered in the Weare Town Hall this evening for a Tax Day event to commemorate the Pine Tree Riot, one of the earliest tax protests in American history.  The event was sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, a national organization whose mission is to recruit, educate, and mobilize citizens in support […]

Peace Officer Screening Sparks Debate

Peace Officer Screening Sparks Debate

CONCORD – The Red River Theatre, in conjunction with New Hampshire Public Television, sponsored a free screening of the award-winning documentary, Peace Officer. The film tells the story of William “Dub” Lawrence, a retired cop who personally experienced the effects of the militarization of U.S. police forces.  Dub now works as a sewer repairman. He […]

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