From the Brian Nichol’s Show page:
“ABOUT THIS EPISODE
Want to really “live free”? Well, guess what. Today’s your lucky day.
Today I’m joined by Carla Gericke from the Free State Project, which is a historic mass migration of more than 20,000 people who have pledged to move to New Hampshire for liberty.
Today I wanted to have Carla join the show to talk more about the Free State Project, the work they’ve been doing, and how the prospects of liberty look for New Hampshire. We also dig into Carla’s personal path to liberty, her activism, and her candidacy for NH Senate.”
Find the FSP and JOIN the Free State Project for your chance at Liberty in Our Lifetime!
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I love the “Memories” feature on Facebook, especially when it reminds me of something positive I totally forgot about, like this podcast from 2012 with Jack Spirko of the Survival Podcast. If you’re not listening to Jack’s show (and mine!), you are missing out!
Even better, was receiving this fan mail afterwards:
“Hello Carla, My Significant Man and I enjoy the Survival Podcast. Your interview with Jack Spirko was full of sustenance and had a palpable resonance. It is refreshing and easier for me- and wonder if not for most women- to embrace a message that is focused on what can be done to effect a change, steps to take, and finding some joy in it. Even during the account of your unjust arrest you were rational, practical, and even charming.
Passionate, articulates a clear message, has a keen mind and an eye on the prize all the while coming across as self-effacing, happy, and funny… please host a podcast! [EDIT: I now do!] There is plenty to rant about and so it is appropriate to have people ranting, but it was refreshing to listen to a joyous, encouraging, and- I must admit- woman’s voice of reason.”