Today, New Hampshire held its duopoly primaries. Ian Freeman, one of the co-founders and co-chairs of the NH Liberty Party, a libertarian, single-state party founded in September 2012 which emphasizes the idea of New Hampshire peacefully and voluntarily seceding from the United States, competed in the Democratic Party nomination for governor.… Read more ...
In an article titled: Are Libertarians Crazy Cultists Who Should Be Drowned: Playboy Investigates, author Joe Donatelli, playboy.com’s Sex & Culture Editor, provides one of the more light-hearted and detailed articles about last week’s FreedomFest in Las Vegas.
Among those he interviewed at the event are Carla Gericke of The Free State Project, Laurie Rice of The Atlas Society, Elise Thompson of the Foundation for Economic Education, Naomi Brockwell (who goes by the handle Bitcoin Girl), David Boaz, Executive Vice President of the Cato Institute. … Read more ...
September 23, 2013
FreeKeene.com (New Hampshire)
Full Name: Darryl W. Perry
Education: Associates in Mass Communications
Occupation: Owner/Managing Editor of Free Press Publications, Author, Radio Personality
Organizations to which you belong / have belonged: LAVA (Founder & Life Member), Ballot Access Fairness Coalition (Founder), Deny Consent (Co-Founder), NH Liberty Party (Co-Founder & Co-Chair),Zero Aggression Project (Associate Founder), Second Amendment Foundation (Life member), Libertarian Party (Life member), Cheshire TV,Downsize DC, Firearms Owners Against Crime, Free State Project
Public/government Service: At-Large Rep to the National Committee of the Boston Tea Party 2008-2010
Chairman of the National Committee of the Boston Tea Party 2010-2012
Co-Chair NH Liberty Party 2012-Present
Board Member, Cheshire TV 2012-Present
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Darryl W. Perry is a Libertarian activist, author, radio host and regular IPR reader. He is seeking the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination in 2016. At this year’s tenth annual Porcupine Freedom Festival (PorcFest), hosted by the Free State Project, Perry co-hosted a panel on religion and liberty with Davi Barker. Barker is the assistant director of Muslims 4 Liberty and runs the website Muslim Agorist.… Read more ...
Darryl W. Perry is a writer whose articles are published in several publications, including the monthly newspaper The Sovereign. He is a co-host on a radio show on Liberty Radio Network. He is the owner and managing editor of Free Press Publications (FPP.cc). Perry is a co-founder and co-chairman of the New Hampshire Liberty Party, a party created in September 2012 to promote secession of the state from the federal government and individual liberty.… Read more ...
Libertopia is a documentary about the Free State Project that was released in the latter half of 2010. Today, the film was released for free online by the producers.
A description of the film from the video:
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Libertopia is a time capsule of the Free State Project from 2008-2009. For more information about the FSP, go tohttp://freestateproject.org/.
The following is an article from the June 2013 issue of Reason magazine about the Free State Project. It is part of the front page series called “Experiments in Libertarian Living.” The three experiments are FSP, free cities in Honduras and secessionionists in Australia. Garrett Quinn is a frequent contributor who covered the 2012 Libertarian Party National Convention in Las Vegas.… Read more ...
Jason Sorens, Founder of the Free State Project and Assistant Professor at SUNY Buffalo,
Spoke to the NY LIbertarian Party Convention.
Speech starts after LPNY introduction, by LPNY Chair Mark Axinn @ 7:00 minutes in.
April 27, 2013, at the Rhinecliff Hotel, Rhinecliff NY
Sent to IPR by Darryl W. Perry
Many people have never experienced an environment in which a free-market can truly exist. I, however, was lucky enough to be part of a week-long event where such an environment DID exist. From June 20th – 26th, I was in Lancaster, New Hampshire at the Free State Project’s Porcupine Freedom Festival, Affectionately known as PorcFest for short.… Read more ...
These candidates, who ran as Republicans and Democrats, are closely affiliated with Libertarians; many are current or former members of the Libertarian Party and are mostly Libertarian in their views.
“Five years after the Free State Project picked New Hampshire as its home base and began appealing for 20,000 people to move to the state, only a fraction have made the move,” the AP reports. Activists say “only 558 people moved to New Hampshire, though more than 8,500 committed to do so.… Read more ...