PorcFest 2014 Media Roundup

PorcFest 2014 Media Roundup

LANCASTER – Plans are underway for the Free State Project‘s twelfth annual PorcFest.  Not many details have been released about this year’s schedule. Several popular events from past years will be returning: Buzz’ Big Gay Dance Party – one of the most popular events each year, featuring wild costumes and pumping house music.  The hostess, […]

Shire Co-op: Building a Freer Community

Shire Co-op: Building a Freer Community

MANCHESTER – Over the last year, Community Market Days (CMDs) have sprung up in Manchester.  I attended one in January and left with a ridiculous quantity of food: several pounds of humanely-raised ham, bacon, two varieties of sausage, and pork chops from Bardo Farm; two dozen eggs; baked goods; and grassfed ground beef ordered wholesale. […]

Are You An Activist?

Issue #26 – Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015 By Sandy Pierre I have long considered myself to be a liberty activist.  And as someone who lives in New Hampshire and interacts with other Free State Project early movers on a regular basis, many of the people in my social circle consider themselves to be activists as […]

DIY Liberty – PorcFest Part 2

Issue #7 – Thursday, July 3, 2014 LANCASTER – Continuing on from last week’s report, on Day 5 of PorcFest I attended “Self-Sufficient, Prepper, Survivalist: Which One Am I?” at which five panelists and a moderator discussed their views and goals regarding prepping and self-sufficiency. The variety of lifestyles represented demonstrated that there is no […]

DIY Liberty

DIY Liberty

Issue #6 – Thursday, June 26, 2014 LANCASTER – Today is day five of PorcFest, the Free State Project‘s premier annual event designed to showcase the liberty community in New Hampshire. This year’s event is the largest yet, featuring four tents plus the pavilion at Roger’s Campground holding a nonstop array of lectures, panel discussions, […]