The Free State Project and New Hampshire

I’m a "Freestater&quot. I now count New Hampshire as my home, and bounce back and forth between here and Florida all year long because 5,000 Free State Project participants chose it to be "the Free State" in a 2003 vote. It is the Free State Project migration that is fueling our increasingly freedom-oriented political atmosphere in New Hampshire. It makes our state the luckiest in the U.S.A. There are issues too (although nothing serious), and I want to write about them also. In the meantime, take a look at this wonderful little film that introduces the Free State Project and those who are joining with us in making the move to freedom:

I’ve been political my entire life, starting out with Barry Goldwater and The Conscience of a Conservative in the1960’s. In 1967 I enlisted in the U.S. Marines for four years, spending nearly two of them in South Vietnam. In 1972 I was a Florida presidential elector for Prof. John Hospers, the first Presidential candidate of the national Libertarian Party which was founded that same year. During the late 1970’s and into the 1980’s I was a contributing editor and monthly columnist for Reason magazine, and I’ve authored numerous articles in the print and online media about various subjects relating to individual rights and personal freedom. Today I’m a lawyer by profession; I divide my time between New Hampshire and Florida all year long, spending much of my time practicing law in Florida. As an early supporter and past member of the board of directors of the Free State Project, I was drawn to the Live Free or Die state of New Hampshire in late 2003 when it was chosen by a vote of the first 5,000 FSP participants. In 2004 I founded the Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, and continue today to work within the state political system to advance the traditional NH values of frugal small government, low taxes, small business, free enterprise, and self-responsibility. To all, I say “Come and see what we are building in the beautiful, healthy, livable Free State of New Hampshire!”