Filed under: Cool, Free State Project, How to, Keenevention, Manchester, New Hampshire, Video
JJ Schlessinger brought the house down with this epic and inspirational keynote speech at Keenevention 2013. He discusses his path to the Free State Project, his experience in Keene, Manchester, and encourages you to get active for liberty!
Filed under: Civil Disobedience, Copblock, How to, National, New Hampshire, Outreach, Personal Freedom, Question, Victimless Crimes
Ademo Freeman of CopBlock.org and Garret Ean of FreeConcord.org joined me to discuss the topic, “Is Silence Better than PR?” The answer depends on the individual, but Ademo & Garret draw some pretty clear lines of when it is a good or bad idea to go public with a criminal charge. Do you agree or disagree with their views? Please share your thoughts during tomorrow’s live episode of Peace News Now at 10p EST on LRN.fm.
The Porcupreneurs panel at Keenevention 2013 was presented by State Representative, Free State Project early mover, and Porcupine Real Estate agent Mark Warden. This panel covered being an entrepreneur in NH, including business and housing. Panelists included Chris Suprock and William Kostric. Here’s the video:
Join Cecelia Freechild as she presents her panel of Ladies in Media, featuring YouTube vlogger Amanda Billyrock, “Sex, Lies & Anarchy‘s Antigone Darling, and Free State Project President Carla Gericke as they discuss different types of media and how to produce quality content, with a liberty-oriented message:
Over the next several weeks you’ll be able to watch all the panels and speakers from Keenevention 2013. They will be released in chronological order. Stay tuned to the Keenevention blog, the Keenevention facebook page, the Free Keene youtube, or FreeKeene.com for the videos.
Over the next several weeks you’ll be able to watch all the panels and speakers from Keenevention 2013. They will be released in chronological order. Stay tuned to the Keenevention blog, the Keenevention facebook page, the Free Keene youtube, or FreeKeene.com for the videos. Here’s the first one:
Friday morning’s Legislative Panel at Keenevention 2013 focused on the tools of activism at the NH State House. Starting with learning how a idea can become a law, discussion included the mechanics of working with political parties, understanding NH demographics, how to win and lose elections, the technique of measuring legislators in a variety of ways, as well as how to successfully lobby (and how not to!) to stop new proposed bad laws and help remove existing bad laws (and [rarely] passing good ones.) Led by former State Representative and Free Keene blogger Seth Cohn, panelists included current State Rep. Tim O’Flaherty (D), former State Rep. Spec Bowers (R), and NH Liberty Alliance Chair Eileen Landies.
Thanks to John Bush and Cat Bleish for their well-produced, entertaining series about living independently and sustainably. Episode one of Sovereign Living has premiered online and features plenty of footage from Bardo Farm, a project in Croydon, NH started by Free State Project participants. As an aside, John and Cat are both FSP participants currently living in Austin, TX.
The latest episode of Peace News Now is all about Free Keene!
Filed under: Concord, Copblock, Democrats, Free State Project, How to, Response, Video
Vermont-Yankee Nuclear Power plant near Keene is shutting down for good. Concord is still trying to get a Bearcat, despite hundreds of vocal petitioners against it. A victim cleverly outsmarts a bike thief.
Filed under: How to, Issues, Jailed Activist, New Hampshire, Personal Freedom, Police, Politics, Victimless Crimes
Rich Paul remains incarcerated for exercising his right to have a peaceful revolution against unjust laws. ”Unjust laws” in my humble opinion are those laws that are unsupported by science, immoral, and completely unchangeable by democracy.
I find this completely unacceptable.
I (like everyone else) have the right to ignore RSA 311:7‘s oh-so-mysterious “commonly” reference (wink, wink) if it means peacefully practicing law in court to reform the government. The law belongs to The People… not a private monopoly organization beholden to the government and centered on control and profit.
Rich Paul is a good man who has been following the direction given him in Part I, Article 10 of the New Hampshire Constitution. He has been doing it even though he has never sworn an oath to the document.
If I’m not mistaken… all of you all have.
I demand the NH Constitution be followed and Rich be released by 05/13/13. If Rich does not walk free, I will be taking on his appeal. Pardon him, commute his sentence, leave the back door unlocked, let a bird fly up to his window with a key… it really doesn’t matter to me.
Let him go.
Filed under: Copwatch, Free Concord, Free Press, How to, International, Issues, National, New Hampshire, News, Noncooperation, Outreach, Personal Freedom, Police, Politics, Robin Hood, Satire, Victimless Crimes, Video
Following the significant increase in attention being given to Robin Hood of Keene, I was interviewed today by Derrick J Freeman of Peace New Now, as he recorded updates from the Shire in additional conversations with James Cleaveland and Rich Paul. Our interview covers background details that expand upon some of the information presented in a recent Keene Sentinel article. A video report was also prepared last week by WBIN.