The Free State Project's Jeremy Kauffmann debates the L.P.'s Angela McArdle in a Soho Forum debate.
Free State Project
The cryptocurrency pioneer explains why governments can't stop bitcoin 'despite all their guns and weapons.'
Members are moving to New Hampshire and running for office in record numbers. Will they bring "liberty in our lifetime"?
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
Despite an agenda mostly aimed at less government spending and interference in people's lives, creeping libertarianism frightens some New Hampshire progressives.
If You Can Work from Anywhere and Want To Travel Everywhere, Become a Digital Nomad (Reason Podcast)
Meet two women who are "workationing" their way around the world and spending less money than if they stayed home.
Former Free State Project chair Aaron Day is sure his over 17,000 votes as independent cost Kelly Ayotte her around 1,000 vote loss.
Victim Jarrod Ean-Dixon said by family to be "healing" despite "grave injuries." Shooting suspect Michael Sirois was arrested.
Q&A with Free State Project President Matt Philips.
Former Free State Project head named president of even-more-out-there group!
The national security whistleblower talks to the Free State Project from an undisclosed location in Russia.
Whisteblower will be interviewed by Reason's Nick Gillespie.
These pioneering libertarians, soon to be 20,000 strong, have already changed Granite State laws.
The plan to relocate 20,000 libertarians to New Hampshire "triggers" its commitment, as 20,000 people have now pledged.
Over 18,000 people have pledged to move to New Hampshire and fight for smaller government. When the number hits 20,000, the big move occurs.
Portsmouth, NH, not amused by Free State Project participant's plan to get around their anti-Uber regulations.
Uber Driver and Activist Arrested in New Hampshire For Videotaping a Bar Bouncer Yelling at Him for Being an Uber Driver
Cops came to his door to nab the activist while he was out buying baby food for his child, due any minute.
"Church of the Sword," run by associates of the Free State Project, sues over the state's right to define religion.
Both Democrats and Republicans
Her call to restrict freedoms to make the state less attractive boosted Free State recruitment
The fruits of the Free State Project