The Sound of Silence – On Meditation and Libertarianism

Issue #9 – Thursday, July 17, 2014 By Sandy Pierre I’m currently learning about meditation.  It’s something I’ve tried a few times in the past but always quickly gave up.  It’s not that I find it boring, or difficult to quiet my mind.  I can actually do that fairly easily. It’s more an emotional thing. […]

Maggie Hassan, NH Governor, is High on Hypocrisy

Issue #8 – Thursday, July 10, 2014 By Bill Walker [Editor’s Note: this essay was originally published 2/13/2014] This week New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan (D) boasted that she is a former marijuana user. The revelation came on WMUR-TV’s Sunday morning “Close-Up” program, when the governor was asked by host Josh McElveen whether she had […]

BEARCAT Bread and Circuses, Or Why I Ripped Up My Ticket

Issue #7 – Thursday, July 3, 2014 By Amanda Billyrock The stage was set. A large circular table with an open center sat upon a raised platform at the front of the hearing room in Concord City Hall. A microphone was set before each of the 14 council members and the mayor. Uniformed police were […]

What Is Money?

Issue #6 – Thursday, June 26, 2014 By Dale Everett I’ve often said you need to take money out of the picture to grasp certain economic concepts. It’s easy to get distracted by money. I’m going to explore how misunderstanding money can distort economic understanding and lead to some fallacious and ultimately harmful delusions. But […]

Don’t Call Me Voluntaryist

Issue #5 – Thursday, June 19, 2014 By Sandy Pierre I’ve been pondering the concept of voluntaryism for a couple of years now, trying to wrap my head around it. I’ve observed some New Hampshire liberty activists whose form of activism seems to center around acting as if the State does not exist. They refer […]

New Hampshire’s Singular Spirit

Issue #4 – Thursday, June 12, 2014 By Emmett Harris New Hampshire is different. While the geography of the state is fantastic – soaring mountains, countless rivers and lakes, expansive forests, and a picturesque coastline, the natural features aren’t the source of its uniqueness. The character of the people is what sets New Hampshire apart. […]

Immigrants Are Good For The Economy

Issue #3 – Thursday, June 6, 2014 By Bill Walker The US economy was built by immigrants. Forty-two percent of the Fortune 500 companies were founded by first- or second-generation immigrants. Even more important for the future, 60% of our 25 largest tech companies were founded by first- or second-generation immigrants. Without them we wouldn’t […]

How to Beat the Anarchy Blues

Issue #2 – Thursday, May 29, 2014 by Amanda Billyrock anarchy blues (n.): the feeling of disorientation, discouragement, and/or disbelief that occurs after accepting the fact that you have been lied to your entire life I had the “anarchy blues” – a term I think I’ve coined – earlier this year. Bad. It spawned what […]

Civil Disobedience: Sending a Message into the Matrix

Issue #1 – Thursday, May 22, 2014 by Sandy Pierre Observers of the Free State Project are undoubtedly aware that civil disobedience has been a popular method of promoting limited/no government in New Hampshire. I have been struggling with this concept for years now. All of a sudden, in a paranoid and hungover blast of […]

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