Catch my hilarious and poignant opening speech at Liberty Forum 2023, where you will find answers to questions like, did Carla accidentally murder the world’s funniest libertarian writer, and can you fight City Hall?
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Granite Staters! Guess what’s coming up this weekend? The “Made in NH” Expo at the DoubleTree downtown. Tix are only $10 & it’s a really fun experience & a great way to meet fellow business people hustling their passions in the @FreeStateNH! Recommend https://t.co/gaglySDHib— Carla Gericke, Live Free And Thrive! (@CarlaGericke) April 11, 2023
See more details HERE. Read about my experience in 2019: Made in NH Expo Deliver the Goods.
Last night, about 50 libertarian ladies gathered at Chunky’s in Manchester for a fun night out at the showing of the mockumentary NO MEN BEYOND THIS POINT, chosen because it is one of the organizer’s pre-teen son’s “favorite movie”.
Here are some pics from the evening, which included 2 raffle baskets. Funds raised will be used to promote more women’s events at this year’s 20th Annual Porcupine Freedom Festival, aka PorcFest. Get YOUR tix today because we will sell out!
Ep. 43 The Carla Gericke Show Sits Down with Tom Woods to Discuss How to Deal with Hostile Media
NBC10 BOSTON recently did an 11-part docuseries on the Free State Project. In this week’s TCGS, Tom Woods and I discuss the experience, some tricks and tips, and how to navigate the corporate media landscape.
Lifetime achievement unlocked! Felt like I was in an Aaron Sorkin series last night when Louis and I went in person to the NBC studio to be interviewed as part of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of New Hampshire series. The two journalists who interviewed me are Alison King and Sue O’Connell. I wish we had more time to to explore some of the issues, but all things considered, I think it went as well as it could. I will be breaking down some of the issues on The Carla Gericke Show in the coming weeks.
Alison King and Sue O’Connell sit down with Free State Project founder Jason Sorens to discuss the first episode of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of New Hampshire. WATCH NOW…
Need to catch up on the whole series? START HERE…
Liberty Forum 2023 has come and gone! What an amazing weekend.
THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart to every attendee, speakers, sponsor, and all our VOLUNTEERS.
The Free State Project runs on Porc Power, and dozens of amazing people gave countless hours to make this year’s event a smashing success!
Special thanks to Mickey Mullin and Viviana for spearheading!
Thanks to our awesome emcee Bill Barger, and the video team headed by Beau with Sarah Grealy, White Marriott, Joa assisting, Chris Lopez for the offsite dinners, Miranda Nyx Animus for managing the main room, and EVERYONE on the registration and help desk, and more!
I had an amazing time and my hope & optimism for a better future remains strong… and that’s thanks to all of YOU!!!
For the first time in the Free State, our very own Authors’ Extravaganza!
A booth with three tables filled with the works of Free Staters: from children’s, YA, poetry, essays, anthologies, nonfiction on law and life, and more!
A session where 11 authors discussed their work and marketing strategies.
Thanks to everyone who participated and a special thanks to Jody Underwood who conceived of and put the whole shebang together.
Thanks to all the attendees who bought books. Remember to leave a review to help our sales!
I hope we put this event on repeat as we encourage more Free Staters to start publishing their works!
The 8th Episode of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of New Hampshire is out. WATCH NOW!
From NBC: “One of the early experiments of the Free State project was the Free Town Project, a libertarian migration to the small community of Grafton, NH. And with the libertarians….allegedly came the bears? Or did they? This episode explores the controversies a small town navigated as they became the focus of this libertarian political trial run.”
The first 7 episodes of NBC Boston’s docuseries on the Free State movement is out! Check out these short, 13 minute episodes, and then feel free to drop me questions below!
A few things you should be wondering about while watching:
Who funds Granite State Progress? (Soros/and…?)
When did Zandra Rice Hawkins moved to New Hampshire to spread socialist programs? (After me)
Why won’t ZRH allow Free Staters to attend their “public” events?
How come NH public schools cost double ($18,000+) what private schools do ($9,000)?
What is more democratic than putting hard questions to voters?
Isn’t it GREAT that Free Staters are inspiring so many people to get involved as is required for good local government?