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« on: March 14, 2004, 12:03:19 am »

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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2004, 09:10:25 am »

Just checking-in.  I have had so little time lately,  I recently started a new career while completing a move from Utah county to East Salt Lake City after a crazy situation where I was evicted through no fault of my own (it's a long story) and due to the move, my only opportunities to go online are through brief moments using the wifi at a local coffee shop.  Believe it or not,  still working my way out of a lot of debts, economic and otherwise, from that brief and hectic time volunteering as prez. of this fabulous FSP.

On the activist front, I have managed to befriend an owner of a talk radio station and being active with the Utah LP, which recently had a convention which I worked hard to change around in their constitution, mostly unsuccessfully, however.  I have also been meeting a few high-profile libertarians as the opportunities arise, including Boston T. Party.  Any other time is spent on putting up signs and giving-out bumper stickers for the Richard Mack for governor campaign; and yes,  dropping word of the FSP at every step along the way.
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« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2004, 01:54:11 am »

Just checking-in.  I have had so little time lately,  I recently started a new career while completing a move from Utah county to East Salt Lake City after a crazy situation where I was evicted through no fault of my own (it's a long story) and due to the move, my only opportunities to go online are through brief moments using the wifi at a local coffee shop.  Believe it or not,  still working my way out of a lot of debts, economic and otherwise, from that brief and hectic time volunteering as prez. of this fabulous FSP.

On the activist front, I have managed to befriend an owner of a talk radio station and being active with the Utah LP, which recently had a convention which I worked hard to change around in their constitution, mostly unsuccessfully, however.  I have also been meeting a few high-profile libertarians as the opportunities arise, including Boston T. Party.  Any other time is spent on putting up signs and giving-out bumper stickers for the Richard Mack for governor campaign; and yes,  dropping word of the FSP at every step along the way.


Hello and Salutations to my friend Kelton Baker!

I'm sorry you've been having a rough time of it, Kelton ... but I know your hard work and perserverance will serve you well as you wind your way through the issues in your life.   Don't be afraid to reach out, amigo.

I'm curious to know how your conversation went with ol' Ken Royce, aka Boston T. Party.  Can you write me about that?

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« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2004, 09:54:10 am »

***urgent message***

Rep. Ron Paul will be speaking in Highland tonight.

see:

http://www.rescueutahed.com/events.html

 unfortunately, I will not be able to attend;  I must work late tonight and it looks like there is little chance I am getting out from under some of my work obligations in time to attend.
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« Reply #4 on: May 26, 2004, 09:45:01 am »

Miraculously,  (I don't just use the word lightly ),  I managed to attend the event with Ron Paul; it was fantastic.  I really love his talent for communicating libertarian ideas to conservatives.  I only counted the word 'libertarian' once, when he announced at the beginning of his speech that he is a "civil libertarian",  but he still got a lot of people thinking and talking about ideas after it was all over,  especially Ron Paul's condemnation of the War on Terror, the "war" in Iraq, and his most fierce condemantion of the "Patriot Act" and the bastards in Congress that outlawed guns on planes and promoted hijacking policies that allowed 9-11 to happen.

I saw a lot of Bush-loving neo-conservatives with their jaws dropping wide open to hear another Republican, Ron Paul, denounce neo-con policies; and they quickly came to agree.
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« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2004, 12:03:22 am »

A friendly hello to anybody out there who may be near me here in Utah.  I live halfway between Liberty Park and Salt Lake's famous Porcupine Pub & Grille.

I have been working a lot lately, and not much of an activist for it, but I do take a day or two off every weekend.  Let me know if you want to meet. liberty@keltonbaker.com
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« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2004, 04:52:05 pm »

Hi Kelton,
I will be back in Salt Lake City by Sunday the 15th and will be attending the U. of U. this fall.  Just finished a three week vacation in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire.  I also made a two day scouting trip of Hillsboro, Keene and Portsmouth New Hampshire.  Would love to meet for coffee when I get to town.  How can I get in touch with you?  I don't yet know what my phone numbers will be.  You could leave me a note at my mailbox at the UPS store at 358 S. 700 E. #B315 and leave your contact info./ phone numbers.

Sincerely,

Stephen Jones
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« Reply #7 on: October 10, 2004, 01:53:11 pm »

Just thought I'd introduce myself briefly.

I'm in central Utah (Santaquin) and have joined in hopes of making the move (if employment and housing permits) with my family (wife and 5 children). We're all very involved in the community (wife is an EMT and drives the ambulance, I serve on the board of directors of and run sound for the local Youth Theater). I know we could offer a lot, not only as libertarian/free staters, but as skilled, talented, contributors to free association and commerce.

I am also currently hosting and maintaining, to the best of my ability, the Libertarian Party of Utah site (http://www.lputah.org).

So hello fellow Utah Porcupines!

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« Reply #8 on: August 17, 2005, 07:51:50 pm »

Are there any Southern Utahns in the FSP?
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« Reply #9 on: November 16, 2006, 10:16:31 pm »

If anyone is interested in having a FSP meeting in the SLC, send me a PM, post a message here, or send me an email at Transition DOT Force AT gmail DOT com
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« Reply #10 on: November 18, 2010, 03:25:27 pm »

If anyone is interested in having a FSP meeting in the SLC, send me a PM, post a message here, or send me an email at Transition DOT Force AT gmail DOT com

Greetings,
few other freedom fighters in the SLC area here, new to site, just logged in!

Interested and intrigued.
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« Reply #11 on: December 07, 2010, 10:08:19 am »

There's a newer thread for Utah here: http://forum.freestateproject.org/index.php?topic=20566.0

Welcome!

I live in Vernal, UT, and hope to have some meetups in SLC once the weather is nice enough for me to feel safe driving to Salt Lake, maybe around April. I will not be in the state that long, I plan to move to NH as part of a caravan in Sept 2011.

Also check out the Yahoo group UtahFSP, which I am a member of. There are maybe a dozen or so members, mostly in the Wasatch Front.
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