Did you like 101 Reasons: Liberty Lives in New Hampshire and Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree? How’d you like them both on one DVD? Just burn this ISO to any 4.7GB DVD-R and you’ve got yourself a shareable, shiny platter chock-full of Free State Project documentaries!
You can download the
“FSP Grindhouse” DVD ISO here at The Pirate Bay. Please seed and share!
The Telegraph’s David Millward got wind of the Free State Project when he was covering Robin Hood of Keene for the paper. Naturally, he was interested and came to Keene to interview Free Keene bloggers Rich Paul, Derrick J, and me about the Free State Project. Here’s the story:
Nirvana for a libertarian in New Hampshire is a gay married couple guarding a stash of marijuana with an AK47.
“I could live with that,” said Ian Freeman, a leading light the Free State Project and one of the pathfinders in a mass migration of like-minded people to the New England state.
It took months for the
Colbert Report to air the footage they shot back in June, but it was worth the wait. As expected, they skewered us pretty well! Here’s the hilarious report on Robin Hood of Keene & Free Keene that aired last night on Colbert:
Thanks to Jesse and the rest of the Colbert crew for the coverage. For the record, Chris Cantwell is not a blogger at Free Keene.
The excellent new Free State Project participant-produced documentary, 101 Reasons Liberty Lives in New Hampshire debuted on YouTube this Monday and in just 48 hours has racked up about 6,000 views!
Now, thanks to Adam Brisebois, the movie is available for
download via torrent. Please download, seed, and share!
Just a couple of weeks ago, Bitcoin Magazine ran a story about New Hampshire’s lively Bitcoin scene. Prior to that, Bitcoin Magazine filed a video report from the bitcoin-accepting Stone Farm in Fitzwilliam and reported on this year’s Liberty Forum in Nashua.
Now Cryptocoin Magazine has published a story by Evander Smart that asks,
“Is New Hampshire the most Bitcoin-friendly place in the United States?” What do you think?
Free State Project early movers Cecelia Fairchild and Shire Dude have begun releasing weekly episodes of a brand new web video series, “It’s Like This Too”, which features the stories and accomplishments of other early movers for the FSP.
Here are the three episodes released to-date:
Episode 3, featuring former CPS agent Carlos Morales:
Episode 2, featuring Shire Sharing foundress Amanda Bouldin: (more…)