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 on: February 16, 2018, 04:40:32 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
- February 2 at 3:59am · Christine Butler
Happy Porcupine Day! Our FSP flag flying at Nashua City Hall! #itslikethistoo
- February 2 at 7:30am · Andy recommends you check out PorcFest XV 2018! Come and you may never want to leave. Cryptocurrency Fan Finds the Best State for a Free Life
Andy left high-tax California for liberty in New Hampshire. He aims to get involved with the liberty movement, cut his debt, and live well.
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- February 2 at 11:00am · "Heard in New Hampshire" Homeschool Edition! "Thursday homeschool snowboarding day!" ~ Paige Eden Savell "An estimated 600 homeschool supporters turned out yesterday afternoon to oppose House Bill 1263 (HB 1263), a bill that would roll back the annual reporting requirement. Nearly every seat in Representatives' Hall was taken, the anteroom and...
- February 2 at 4:00pm · 1,000th Free-Stater moves to N.H. - It's been six years since we welcomed our 1,000th mover. And they keep coming! Come live free with us. PORTSMOUTH — Nearly a decade after establishing roots in New Hampshire, members of the Free State Project are welcoming their 1,000th member to the
- February 3 at 5:00am · HAPPY PORCUPINE DAY! It's been two years since we triggered the great migration for liberty. What does this movement mean to you? What would you tell someone who is considering signing up or moving? More here:
- February 5 at 8:29am · #ThrowBackThursday to a big question: Is ideological purity a good or bad thing? Can you keep the fires of liberty burning even with muddied fuel? "But the “liberty movement” had never fallen for a candidate like it fell for Ron Paul. On Wednesday night, at a celebration held at a speakeasy – complete with a false door and a password – members of the Free State Project credited the elder Paul with building the movement while explaining that no who lacked his purity could lead it." - Courted by Cruz, New Hampshire’s libertarians ask if they need politics at all - In Iowa, Cruz succeeded beyond expectation in poaching evangelical Iowa leaders and voters who’d once backed Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum. Bringing home libertarian voters in New Hampshire is trickier, less akin to herding cats than to herding gas molecules.
- February 7 at 7:00am · Take a chance on a freer life - you won't regret it! Robert and Carol Choose New Hampshire over Wisconsin - Robert and his family dropped everything to move to New Hampshire, where they are enjoying the beauty, the people, and the feeling of freedom. Learn More
- February 8 at 8:24am · Here's an aptly timed piece about Ross Ulbricht from John Stossel in the New Hampshire Union Leader. You'll hear about his case from his mother, Lyn Ulbricht, tomorrow afternoon at Liberty Forum 2018. - John Stossel: Traveling down the Silk Road | New Hampshire - Give me a break. Locking some people up forever will not stop sales of drugs. But law enforcement still brags about brief successes. -
- February 8 at 2:38pm · PorcFest - Are you coming to Liberty Forum this weekend? Ticket sales start tomorrow, so stop by the PorcFest vendor table and snag your Early Bird tickets, along with a complimentary #PorcFestXV tumbler! We can’t wait to see you in June! #NHLF18 #PorcFest #PorcFest2018
- February 8 at 2:39pm · Live from NH Liberty Forum 2018! Day passes still available at come on out!!
- February 8 at 5:07pm · Thanks to Jessica and Rodger, the PorcFest XV 2018 producers, for volunteering at Liberty Forum 2018 this weekend - selling tickets and giving out these awesome, limited edition mugs! Come get yours at the #NHLF18 exhibitor area!
- February 12 at 9:47am · What a Liberty Forum! If you missed it, rest assured we will be posting videos and pictures in the coming weeks. Thanks to all our volunteers, speakers, exhibitors, and most of all, our attendees who make this event magical. - Liberty Forum 2018 Was Spectacular | What an amazing Liberty Forum! It was motivating, educational, and exciting to engage with so many liberty lovers from all over the country...
- February 13 at 6:52am · Come to PorcFest XV 2018 for a concert featuring BackWordz, led by Eric July of Being Libertarian. You don't want to miss this! Get your Early Bird tickets now to save $30 at
- February 13 at 9:31am · It's time once again to #ThankAFreeStater! This month we want to give a grateful shout out to Mr. and Mrs. Leane for their hard work and dedication. Your help organizing past Liberty Forum's and PorcFest have brought us much success. We hope you had a chance to meet them at the registration table at Liberty Forum last weekend and say hello. #NHItsLikeThisToo #ThankAFreeStater with Liam and Samantha - Here's a shout-out to Liam and Samantha, who have dedicated countless hours to volunteering and promoting the Free State Project since they moved to New Hampshire.
- February 15 at 11:06am · "I’ve always had libertarian leanings, but never saw much hope for any major changes, even in Arizona." So Ken and his family decided to move to New Hampshire for the Free State Project. "I feel so lucky for the opportunity to live in such beautiful, interesting surroundings while participating in this amazing FSP experiment." Ken's Family Leaves the Arizona Desert for New Hampshire - Ken writes about his family's move to New Hampshire for liberty and recommends it to any freedom-lover who’s considering taking the plunge. Learn More

 on: February 15, 2018, 11:50:40 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Powerful snooping Android malware spotted by Kaspersky Lab

Booby-trapped messaging apps used for spying

Is it time for open source processors instead of NSA approved ones? Def

OpenWRT and LEDE IoT router projects merge

Google's AI is Fake (See Addendum toward bottom of paper)

Intel halts chip flaw fix due to problem with patches

How to make wireless localization much more accurate

Linux creator blasts Intel over 'garbage' fix for critical CPU bug

$1.2 billion worth of cryptocurrencies stolen by hackers over last decade

Facebook censorship: Here's how to make sure you still see posts by your favorite sites

Bitcoin Exchange Hacked, Coincheck Exchange Raided and Cryptocurrency Prices Drop

ONLINE shopping titan eBay is to replace PayPal with the lesser known Adyen as its payment system

Smartly containing the cloud increases computing efficiency, says first-of-its-kind study

Computer model may decode Facebook emoticons

Facebook patent talk: Seeing who is rich, poor, in the middle

Crowd workers, AI make conversational agents smarter

Mozilla's Things Gateway to help bridge communication gap between home devices

Researchers develop the first model to capture crosstalk in social dilemmas

Twitter turns first profit ever, but problems remain [like stupid-ass censorship]

Ssecurity sleuths who discover how thieves and mischief-makers break into accounts and networks

How does a state spy on citizens?

Business from the inside out: Dropper

Personal Data Protection in Russia

UK’s Investigatory Powers Act Ruled Unlawful by Court

New Russian Dark web GandCrab Ransomware Uncovered

German court finds Facebook oversharing user data

The surprising academic origins of memes

Study dispels notion social media displaces human contact

 on: February 15, 2018, 11:31:02 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

3-D printing of living cells

Dentists may soon be able to regenerate teeth

Testosterone may protect men from autoimmune diseases

Kidney doctor who sounded the alarm on vaccine damage was targeted for murder when the brake lines of her vehicle were secretly clamped

New malleable 'electronic skin' self-healable, recyclable

New study shows low-intensity electrical stimulation of the brain can boost memory

The Alarming Reason Some People Die From the Flu

Vitamin D Insufficiency Linked to Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Sports Injuries

Can the Conventional Medical Profession Be Trusted?

Surprising Reason for Toxic Water Crisis

Synthetic Opioids Flooding Into US Via Postal Service

Antibiotics Turned the Chicken Industry Into a Source of Lethal Infections

Lab-Made Mosquitoes Released in Miami

CDC Director Resigns Following Public Exposure of Tobacco Investments

Drug Companies Responsible for Severe Environmental Pollution

Surprising Sources of Air Pollution

Surprising Benefits of Inclined Bed Therapy

Teenage antidepressants: Harmful and no evidence of benefit, often prescribed after 10-minute appointments without counseling

Doctors admit they got it wrong after almost 1 million dengue vaccinations result in children's deaths

Flu vaccines fail 99%

North Texas man now an amputee after flu complications

Tamiflu hitting record sales, yet it's making kids hallucinate and turn violent

Tamiflu and abnormal behavior

1 in 10 and climbing American deaths caused by flu

The calorie myth is the most damaging food lie we have ever been told

Swimming in cold water as painkiller

Major study reveals processed foods are driving up rates of cancer

A map app to track stem cells

Vid: This Doctor Has A Secret Trick To Instantly Make a Baby Stop Crying

 on: February 15, 2018, 11:02:15 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

What happens when monkeys are paid unequally

Modern economics — confusing models with reality

A modest proposal to alleviate the housing crisis

The UK's misguided obsession with GDP is driving us all into debt

Monetary Reform Light

Heterodox critiques of quantitative easing

The semantics of mathematical equilibrium theory

Neoliberalism, neo-feudalism, and the deliberate suppression of history

Trump Privatizes America [further enriching the wealthy at our expense]

How Ending the Economic Growth Dependency Will Make Us Richer

Jews and Usury

What is Venezuela’s Petro? It’s socialism to bitcoin’s rescue

The Problem: Crapitalism, not Capitalism

Your Social Security and Medicare will be cut - You’ve been warned

Fake economic “truths” you have been hearing

Parental leave: A good idea; Congress: First ignore, then screw up

Trump does something right (but he doesn’t know it)

We all are doomed again (by deficit spending) in a good way

The damn fools and greedy bastards who run America

 on: February 15, 2018, 09:55:47 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Vid: Denmark's Forest Kindergartens

This Parenting Style Gives Kids All the Freedom

Homeschooling through Texas: Wild West!

What I Love About Homeschooling

Learning as an Open Road, Learning as a Commons

summer break forever

How to homeschool and still get (most) things done

Educational Things to Do at Disneyland with Kids

We Live In Brooklyn Now

But how will they learn?

101 Reasons Eclectic Homeschooling Works for Gifted Kids

Reclaiming The Radical Critique Of Education

Pam’s homeschool day in the life

Fun Learning Activities: 25+ Things Kids Can Learn from the Grocery Store

 on: February 15, 2018, 09:54:08 pm 
Started by mikefam - Last post by Luck
Thank you for the potentially valuable info, Mike. I hope you can spread the word far and wide.

And it might be good if you can let us know here of your progress.

 on: February 15, 2018, 05:58:00 pm 
Started by mikefam - Last post by mikefam
Thank you my friend

 on: February 14, 2018, 08:28:37 pm 
Started by mikefam - Last post by Luck
China doesn't have a Free State Project?

In the private message I mentioned that you can contact other members at:
- Free State Project on Facebook
- Calendar and forum at
- Murphy's Taproom in Manchester (I think the owner is a member and anyone there can probably tell you what day of the week members come to socialize and when for official meetings)
- FSP Calendar (Click on little triangle at upper right for 3 groups)

 on: February 14, 2018, 04:44:49 pm 
Started by mikefam - Last post by mikefam
China was a real good time up until about two years ago, The the government got a bit uptight taking all the fun out of it

 on: February 13, 2018, 05:19:06 pm 
Started by mikefam - Last post by Luck
Sounds excellent, Mike. I'll try to call before long.

How's this for translation?
Wǒ shí nián zhù zài zhōngguó, wǒ hěn gāoxìng huílái wǒ de jiāxiāng
I am living in China for ten years and I am very happy to come back to my hometown

I had help. So how was China? I take it it wasn't as good as your home town.

Did you get my private message?

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