New Hampshire Liberty Forum

Nearly halfway to its goal of finding 20,000 liberty lovers to move to the state of New Hampshire to work for smaller government and greater personal liberty, the Free State Project is hosting the 2007 New Hampshire Liberty Forum to showcase the progress already made toward making the state even more free.

Come to Concord February 23-25, 2007, and meet libertarian luminaries such as ABC News correspondent and author John Stossel, 2004 Libertarian Party presidential candidate Michael Badnarik, and many more, including yours truly.

Okay, so maybe I’m not exactly a libertarian luminary, but come out anyway and join the fun.

Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: Get Out the Shovel--Why Everything You Know is Wrong

John Stossel will give the Saturday night keynote speech entitled “Enemies of Liberty.” With a name like that, the speech is bound to be interesting. (Download John Stossel’s speech at the Cato Institute about his book, Myths, Lies and Downright Stupidity.) His speech will follow a delicious four-course meal that already has my mouth watering.

Michael Badnarik will give his keynote speech Friday night after a sumptuous buffet-style dinner. I don’t know what he’s going to say yet, and there’s a lot of speculation as to whether he will be moving to New Hampshire. Before his 2006 run for Congress in Texas, he had said that he would move if he didn’t win the election.

Identity Crisis: How Identification is Overused and Misunderstood

In addition, hear speeches from Jack Cole, executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, Jim Harper, director of information policy studies for the Cato Institute and author of Identity Crisis, and many more.

The Liberty Forum will also include trips to the New Hampshire State House to observe the state legislature on Friday, and for those who want something a little more fun, a ski trip on Thursday before the convention.

Ian Bernard and Mark Edge of nationally syndicated radio talk show Free Talk Live will broadcast live from the Liberty Forum Friday and Saturday night and participate in the Broadcast Media panel Saturday, discussing how the message of liberty is getting through in the mainstream media.

Other panels include a Second Amendment panel, a taxpayer activism panel, an education panel, a local affairs panel, an early movers’ session, and much more.

If you’re a Free State Project member, or even if you’re still thinking about it, the New Hampshire Liberty Forum is your perfect opportunity to see the state, meet the people, and discover for yourself how we’re already making progress toward Liberty in Our Lifetime. Register for the New Hampshire Liberty Forum today!

And if you aren’t a member, join the Free State Project now, and if you want to get Liberty in Our Lifetime even sooner, sign the First 1000 pledge and move by December 31, 2008.

Either way, I’ll see you in New Hampshire in February!

One thought on “New Hampshire Liberty Forum

  • November 27, 2006 at 3:31 am

    Taking over the state’s legislature? That could be done, but it’s hardly the “goal.” And it’s hardly the only thing one can do to work towards liberty. The point is that you decide what needs to be done, and go do it.

    Timothy, it’s for you to decide whether you want your grocer’s scales certified by a third party, and which third parties you will trust to do this. The point is to have a system based on voluntary cooperation, rather than the violence of the state.

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