Daily Archives: August 16, 2017

Libertarian Party Apologizes After Saying North Korea Has More Freedom than the United States

The Libertarian Party has apologized after a tweet praising North Korea as having more freedom than the United States. In a series of now-deleted tweets, the official Twitter account of the Libertarian Party tweeted praise at North Korea last week … Continue reading

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Jobs in the North Country? Not So Fast, Says Lebanon, NH

Lebanon — Developer David Clem on Monday blamed city officials for causing construction delays of his proposed River Park development slated for West Lebanon. A combination of mistakes and inaction on the part of city staff has prolonged negotiations, he told … Continue reading

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3 churches among properties added to NH State Register of Historic Places

The New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources announced that the State Historical Resources Council added four properties to the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places. The recent additions include: | More… | NH1

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On Free Speech And Really Bad Ideas

“When people do choose to use their free speech rights to advocate hatred and evil, the rest of us are obliged to counter it. Now I don’t think you counter it with censorship. I agree with John Stuart Mill, who … Continue reading

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NH Democratic State Rep. From Concord Charged With Assault

CONCORD, NH — A local state representative has been charged with assault in Concord District Court and is scheduled to be arraigned in late September, according to court documents. The charge was filed against Katherine Rogers, 61, pictured left, of Alton Woods Drive … Continue reading

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NH: Politician doesn’t want to be questioned

First…friendly but authoritarian NH state rep Raymond Gagnon answers questions about the authorities’ controversial treatment of a libertarian state rep. Next…the event which the state website loudly calls its JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE DIVISION FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES. DCYF … Continue reading

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Gaudet to Aldermen: Time to do the right thing.

Your Honor Mayor Gatsas and Members of the Manchester Board of Aldermen: My name is Jim Gaudet, of Roysan Street in Ward 8. I have been a homeowner there for 27.5 years. In June of this year, I filed an … Continue reading

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Liberty House in Manchester gets new director

MANCHESTER — Manchester native Jeff Nelson took over control of the Liberty House veterans’ housing community on Monday, replacing Executive Director Keith Howard. “While I am not a veteran, I have had family members who served in the military, including an … Continue reading

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Defending Bitcoiners from government: lessons from the Free State Project

For those of you freedom-folk who have been hiding under a mining rig for the last half-decade, there is one other thing happening in the liberty movement which rivals Bitcoin in effectiveness. It’s the Free State Project. Bitcoin’s focus is … Continue reading

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Kill Your Babies for Free* in Oregon

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a landmark bill to provide free abortions for all, including illegal immigrants, by requiring insurance companies to cover the procedures and *putting taxpayers on the hook for the tab. The long-awaited signing of House Bill … Continue reading

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