New Hampshire

21 votes

New poll Rand Paul leads in New Hampshire

When comparing a heads up race between Hillary Clinton and other GOP contenders in New Hampshire - Rand Paul leads all.

55 votes

Rand Paul: “There’s a lot of reasons why I don’t like the U.N., and I think I’d be happy to dissolve it."

LITCHFIELD, N.H. – Rand Paul is not a fan of the United Nations, and on a campaign-style swing through New Hampshire on Wednesday, the likely Republican presidential hopeful said that he would support dissolving the international governing body entirely.

Speaking to a room full of gun rights advocates at the Londonderry Fish & Game Club, Paul said that while the concept of having a multinational body to "discuss diplomacy" isn't necessarily a bad one, he objects to the current structure, in which the United States has to foot "a huge chunk" of the U.N.'s bill.

“I dislike paying for something that two-bit Third World countries with no freedom attack us and complain about the United States,” Paul said. “There’s a lot of reasons why I don’t like the U.N., and I think I’d be happy to dissolve it.”

The Kentucky senator’s swing through the first-in-the-nation primary state came a day after The Washington Post reported that Paul has hired a campaign manager for his now all-but certain White House run.

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14 votes

Judge allows Libertarians' court challenge in New Hampshire to proceed

"A federal judge has ruled that the Libertarian Party can proceed with its challenge to a New Hampshire law it claims could prevent its candidates from getting on the ballot."

0 votes

Support requested for my Kickstarter project: 'agapt' - an adaptable internet app

Please check out my project at:

Your comments, suggestions and pledges would be greatly appreciated.

5 votes

“Trigger The Move” Mondays – 3,767 Pledges To Go


The Freestate project is currently at 16,233 pledges.  There are 3,767 pledges to go until the move to New Hampshire is "triggered".

You can make the pledge, or learn about the FSP at

26 votes

Save Our Swiss Gold - New Lampoon The System cartoon

The Swiss citizens get to stand up to Central Bankers and Politicians on Nov. 30, 2014 and vote YES to the "Save Our Swiss Gold" referendum. Will this be the first step away from fiat currency and back to Sound Money?

21 votes

Rand Paul Supporters in NH

Rand Paul is running for president and to win the liberty movement needs to be organized. I was thinking people in NH (my state) who intend to support Rand should start to get organized now. This will give Rand Paul an advantage over the other candidates. Would anyone be interested in making a Facebook group or maybe making a specific place where this process can begin? Any ideas?

1 vote

Scott Brown is probably going to lose.

What do the free staters think about this?

12 votes

Riot in Keene at Pumpkin Fest?!

I'm not there but I've heard there is a "riot" that broke out in Keene at the Pumpkin Fest, with the local thugs calling it a "Level 2 Emergency with Mass Casualties??"
Sheesh! Does anyone know what's going on?

5 votes

Save Our Swiss Gold - Set For Vote November 30 - Will it Pass?

Will The Swiss Gold Referendum Pass?

Swiss ballot initiative "Save Our Swiss Gold" is being promoted by the Swiss People’s Party and would require the Swiss Natonal Bank to maintain 20% of its reserves in gold, to repatriate all Swiss gold from abroad and to ban selling any Swiss gold.

Does it have any shot of passing?

7 votes

Jim Rickards and Janet Yellen star in "Currency War Games"

Will Yellen take Rickards advice and step away from the Currency War? Maybe she needs to play some tic-tac-toe to learn that she just can't win.

10 votes

New Hampshire: A Hotbed for Liberty

New Hampshire: A Hotbed for Liberty
By Shem Kellogg

The United States was once a constitutional republic, and today New Hampshire is on the forefront in the battle to return the U.S. to its original principles of state sovereignty, limited federal government and individual liberty.

The year Thomas Jefferson was elected President, eleven out of sixteen states didn’t have direct popular election for President, and no state had direct election of US senators. The voters chose their state representative, a man whom they personally knew, and he then voted for the upper-level offices.

11 votes

Free State Project

How many here are familiar with this project?
I have been casually watching for a year or so now.
It's fascinating.
I recently took my wife to New Hampshire for vacation and we loved it. What a refreshing change from New York State!

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