Liberty Forum Media Roundup

Liberty Forum Media Roundup

MANCHESTER – The eighth annual NH Liberty Forum wrapped up Sunday, March 8, and by numerous accounts was a moving experience for many attendees.  It was also the most well-attended of all Liberty Forums to date, and the most covered by mainstream media.  Look for our full report in this week’s issue. In the meantime, […]

Liberty Activists Protect Backyard Shooting, Fight Budget

Liberty Activists Protect Backyard Shooting, Fight Budget

WEARE – Around 80 people braved a frigidly cold Saturday morning, with wind chills below 0, to attend their town’s annual meeting, where the details of the annual town warrant were to be approved for the March ballot. Liberty activists played a key role in the outcome from start to finish. At least one dozen […]

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 […]

Where the Jahannam were YOU?

Issue #20 – Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 NH Republican Platform 2014: or, Where the Jahannam Were YOU? Plus, Foreshadowing and Spoilers from Your Personal Timeline by Bill Walker No one reads political party platforms. They are a symbolic blood sacrifice of rationality to satisfy the “party faithful”, without actually giving them any power. Thus, the […]

Liberty Ballot: New Tool for New Hampshire Voters

Liberty Ballot: New Tool for New Hampshire Voters

CONCORD – A new website was launched last month: Liberty Ballot.  It enables New Hampshire voters to quickly and easily select their town from a dropdown list. They then get a printable copy of their Sept. 9th primary ballot, prepopulated with liberty-friendly candidates for whom to vote. Shire Liberty News interviewed one of the creators […]

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 […]