“Liberty in our lifetime“ – for Free Staters this is not just an empty slogan. It is the rallying cry we listened to and took to heart before we uprooted our lives, packed the moving van, and started driving to New Hampshire. It encapsulates more than just a political strategy, it demonstrates hope. The hope that we do not have to descend into the darkness of totalitarianism, but have a fighting chance against the forces of deceit and communism.
As part of their documentary series on the huge liberty movement in New Hampshire, NBC has invited various characters in the documentary to their studio for in-depth interviews about the episode. For episode four, NBC’s producers invited Karen Steele to discuss her opposition to liberty and independence.
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.
The duo also interviewed opponents of the Free State Project. The authoritarian interviewees in the series are likely to make the argument for a larger and stronger government, less personal liberties, higher taxes, more government control over education, more government spending, & more policing and surveillance.
Contrary to the trend found throughout the united states and in most each individual city and states, liberty is winning in New Hampshire. The ‘Live Free or Die’ state is already ranked #1 in freedom by the CATO and Frazier institutes. And its libertarian citizens and activists will continue to diminish government powers and strengthen individual rights with each passing day. Here are the top reasons we can confidently make this assertion:
In the opinion of this writer, it is not necessary to believe that the experiment of the United States and its Constitution was a failure to believe that it no longer works. Everything lasts until it doesn’t. America was not a failure. It merely succeeded until it didn’t. It is Read more…