Ladies of Liberty 2014

Following up on the Knives, Lipstick, Liberty,… and Life post, the first-ever (as far as I know) wall calendar of New Hampshire female liberty activists is a wrap (shrink-wrap, that is)!  In fact, it’s barreling its way across the country as I type, departing from scenic Great Falls, MT (I actually have no idea if Great Falls, MT is scenic, but I’m willing to give it the benefit of the doubt) last Thursday. Fed Ex Continue Reading →

Informal U

Many liberty lovers dislike the public (i.e. government run) school system, for a gazillion reasons. It’s coercively funded, takes a one-size-fits-all approach to teaching, attendance is compulsory, specific subjects are compulsory… I could go on, but I think you get my point (also, the onslaught of unpleasant “c” words in this paragraph is bumming me out). So, what would a free market approach to a school be like? Well, pretty much the opposite of a Continue Reading →

Raffs and a Raffle

Last night I was gruntled to attend an event called Raffs and a Raffle, a comedy fundraiser.  The event was organized by Amanda Bouldin, a Free State Project early mover from Dallas (who happens to be contractually obligated to be my BFF due to my purchasing her a steak on her birthday once (I have this in writing)).  Two years ago, Amanda founded a not-for-profit group called Shire Sharing (SS) that delivers Thanksgiving dinner to Continue Reading →