That’s why I raised my eyebrows at some of the folks in the documentary, especially those who expressed fear that people like me, my wife, and my toddler would choose to make New Hampshire home. Throughout the nine available episodes, Free State Project supporters, myself included, were described as “dangerous,” “extremist,” and seeking to change NH. In short, FSP critics say they are afraid, and they argue that you should be afraid, too.
With the holiday season underway, executive orders that put government interests and revenues above the basic principle of equality under the law are putting a damper on the holiday spirit. The most recent intrusion in my own backyard involves an executive order from Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf arbitrarily banning the Read more…
In total, Americans transfer approximately $126 million annually to government agencies that issue wedding and officiant licenses.
Employees are asking for transparency, fairness, and honesty. That’s not a high bar— public-sector unions should be trying to meet it.
Officials desperately need to realize that private business will be the most effective agents to help us through this crisis. No more red tape.