Look at these MONSTERS, trying to build a “libertarian utopia” per this Boston Globe article today. We are actually in the very serious business of building a prosperous and peaceful libertarian homeland to serve as an example for the rest of America. To remind folks Big Government, trying to control every aspect of your lives, is the problem, and neighbors interacting on a voluntary basis, is the solution.
Here’s a quick synopsis of three events I attended in the Free State yesterday, Saturday, September 3, 2022.
Morning kicked off with MVP, the Merrimack Valley Porcupine meetup, which has been running consecutively on the first Saturday of every month for almost 20 years!
Speakers included General Don Bolduc and Tim Baxter<—Tim is Rand Paul and Thomas Massie endorsed and needs your support in the primary! As does Michael Yakubovich, who is being subjected to a disgusting attacks by corrupt politicians (what else do you call people who change parties, gerrymander, and BLATANTLY LIE in order to seize–I mean, SLEAZE–power?). I will be door-knocking for Michael next week and I would deeply appreciate it if every Manchester, Hooksett & Goffstown Free Stater gives 2-4 hours, PLEASE.
We also learned about libertyballot.com, your one stop resource for vetted liberty candidates. I know I always pull up this helpful website on my phone in the voting booth. (Remember, they only have candidates with primaries on the current list, it gets updated for the general.)
Louis and I then spent a playful afternoon in Lafayette Park to celebrate the 2nd Annual West Manchester Day put together by We HEART West, a group of concerned West Siders who organize trash pick-ups, and keep an eye out in the neighborhood. Kids (and grown-ups) enjoyed all kinds of fun games, including the limbo, egg-relay, tug-a-war, and more!
Watch everyone play with a parachute HERE. Additional West Manchester Day photos HERE and HERE. Hope more neighborhood families will join us next year!
We picked up a fellow Free Stater for a ride-share, then drove to Bardo Farm in Croydon for their 15th annual Farmiversary. FIFTEEN years serving the Croydon and greater New Hampshire freedom community. 100+ people, 10+ dogs, cows, ducks, turkeys, , , , and more, celebrated with a pig roast and delicious peak season whole food side dishes (I enjoyed my own personal “tomato taste-off” between competing nommy dishes on my plate). Live music, a bonfire and an impressive fireworks display topped off our night.
I don’t have any pics from Bardo because my phone ran outta juice (UPDATED with some pics from friends) on the ride up and I ended up just enjoying the moment with people I love. Have a happy Sunday, y’all!
PS: There’s an event at the farm of Bruce Fenton this afternoon Noon-5pm. If you haven’t been (or if you have), it’s a wonderful spot to enjoy an afternoon overlooking Oyster Bay while meeting a great liberty candidate for US Senate.