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Lawmaker spreads anti-vaccine disinformation

Image: Natural News As the measles outbreak linked to Disneyland expands, a New Hampshire state lawmaker is promoting discredited, anti-vaccine myths. Rep. Max Abramson (R-Seabrook), who moved to the Granite State as part of the Free State Project, posted a link to a story on Natural News that claims vaccines contain dangerous levels of mercury, […]

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Grafton’s Free Stater band of merry pranksters target upcoming town meeting

Image: freestateproject.org / CC BY 3.0 The town of Grafton is ground zero in the Free Stater effort to move in and dismantle government. The group’s antics during last year’s town meeting — which began with an argument over the “Rules of Decorum” that prohibited cursing, name calling and personal attacks — made national headlines. […]

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Free State Project evangelists: Decimating the tentacles of the state one bitcoin at a time

Image: Zach Copley / CC BY-SA 2.0  While reporting on a bitcoin conference being held at Disney World, Gawker’s Sam Biddle ran into a couple of Free State Project evangelists. The “anti-statist hyper-libertarians” were in their element. “If anyone disputed the notion that the very concept of government was just one fat obstacle in the […]

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Cop Killing With Cantwell

This is Chris Cantwell. This is his Halloween costume, worn at a recent Free State Project convention in Keene. He moved to NH as part of the Free State Project, the armed band of miscreants that are moving, en masse, to colonize NH, take over and dismantle our state government, then threaten secession. Cantwell wants to kill […]

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Another Ace in the Hoell

Representative Renny Cushing wasn’t the only recipient of the largesse of our  friends at Packing NH. You remember Packing NH – the PAC that filed paperwork with the Secretary of State’s Office saying they weren’t going to be making any indep…

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Out of State Special Interests

We’ve survived the recent round of primary elections. The outcomes provided little in the way of surprise to most anyone save for Lawrence Lessig of the MayDay PAC. Lessig is a professor at Harvard who has worked to reduce legal restrictions on copyrights and trademarks. More recently he’s been active in promoting a Constitutional Convention. […]

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