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  • Influx of Free Staters better than influx of Bay Staters

    10/06/2003 3:34:10 AM PDT · by RJCogburn · 6 replies · 159+ views
    The Union Leader, Manchester, NH ^ | October 6, 2003 | Russ Hoyt
    I AM NEITHER a Socialist or a Democrat, so I welcome the Free Staters — the libertarian-leaning people who want to move here — to New Hampshire. I agree with political pollster Dick Bennett as he is quoted in the Oct. 2 edition of The Union Leader, that they will not all get their own way. However, I must disagree with his opinion that people moving up here from Massachusetts haven't changed things. I feel like I'm living in a suburb of Boston. I was born in Exeter in 1940 and still live there. Before I was old enough to...
  • 'Free staters' pick New Hampshire to liberate for sex, guns and drugs

    09/30/2003 7:24:17 PM PDT · by Dan Evans · 136 replies · 421+ views
    Guardian ^ | October 1, 2003 | Joanna Walters
    A libertarian movement promoting "minimalist government", the free market, drugs, prostitution and gun ownership plans to infiltrate New Hampshire to create a breakaway American regime, its leaders will announce today. The Free State Project, which has supporters in the UK and worldwide, will reveal today at a meeting in New York that its members have voted for the small but highly-symbolic north-eastern state as its target to win power. Project chiefs will now try to persuade 20,000 people to move to New Hampshire and sway the electorate towards blocking federal "nanny" laws and social restrictions. Jason Sorens, a lecturer in...
  • Free State Project will come to N.H.

    10/03/2003 10:25:13 AM PDT · by archy · 6 replies · 215+ views
    Portsmouth Herald ^ | Thursday, October 2, 2003 | Shir Haberman
    Free State Project will come to N.H. By Shir Haberman PORTSMOUTH - The vote is in and the porcupines are coming! There is no indication yet how many will come or when they will arrive, but members of the Free State Project - who name themselves after the prickly rodent - voted last month and New Hampshire was the choice of 55 percent of them as the place to settle where they could make the most impact politically. "Our members’ philosophy is that being free and independent is a great way to live, and that government’s maximal role should...
  • Democrats lash out at Benson, Free State Project (MORE WHINE FROM NH DIMS)

    10/01/2003 7:47:31 PM PDT · by Sparta · 24 replies · 246+ views
    Newsday ^ | October 1, 2003 | KATE McCANN
    CONCORD, N.H -- State Democrats lashed out against Gov. Craig Benson and the Free State Project, which said Wednesday it wants to bring 20,000 libertarians to New Hampshire to influence public policy.
  • New Hampshire wins 'free state' vote

    10/01/2003 9:38:17 PM PDT · by archy · 58 replies · 697+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 01 October 2003 | WND staff
    New Hampshire wins 'free state' vote Thousands of libertarians to move to state, work for more liberty Posted: October 1, 2003 5:00 p.m. Eastern © 2003 A group of 4,500 libertarians who all agreed to move to one state to work toward restoring certain personal liberties and limited government has voted to choose the state of New Hampshire as a new home. The Free State Project, which has been collecting commitments from members to move to the winning state for two years, announced the results of its balloting this morning. Ten states were under consideration, with New Hampshire prevailing...
  • Ready To Vote With Their Feet

    10/01/2003 7:47:27 PM PDT · by archy · 5 replies · 142+ views
    The Baltimore Sun ^ | 01 Oct 2003 | staff
    Ready to vote with their feet Originally published October 1, 2003 THIS CENTURY'S first potential large-scale political experiment takes its next baby-step today. The 5,400-some folks in the Free State Project will find out which of 10 low-population U.S. states their majority picked to conquer by persuasion. If the Free Staters can swell their ranks to more than 20,000 by 2006, all have pledged to move in (but not live together) across the favored state by 2011. The goal for this small-government-loving cadre is classically American: to get their voices heard by tipping the political scales in their favor. Active...
  • Free State Project Announces Selection of Ballot Vote Certification Process

    07/21/2003 5:08:17 PM PDT · by archy · 13 replies · 235+ views
    Free State Project Announces Selection of Ballot Vote Certification Process ECL Chosen to Certify Important Vote Henderson, NV and Austin, TX – July 16, 2003 – The Free State Project (FSP) has created a voting and ballot system for its upcoming state selection vote, and has selected ECL as its Independent Ballot Tallying and Vote Certification organization. The Free State Project is a non-profit organization that is in the process of gathering 20,000 or more liberty-oriented people to move to a single state in the U.S. in the attempt to establish a truly free society. "Rather than continuing the same...
  • Project is a state of mind

    07/01/2003 12:38:51 PM PDT · by archy · 7 replies · 100+ views
    Las Vegas SUN ^ | 06/27/03 | Susan Snyder
    Debra Ricketts would trade life in Henderson for a home on the range in Wyoming, Montana or Idaho. She could be lured to the mountains of Vermont or New Hampshire, the wilds of Alaska, the Maine backwoods, Delaware's river country or the plains of either Dakota. By September, Ricketts and other Free State Project members will choose where their moving vans will be headed to start a statewide, Libertarian-leaning community. "It's a big commitment for a better lifestyle and a quality of life that means a lot to me," said Ricketts, a computer information systems manager and treasurer of the...