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Walk For Liberty Day 217 - Why Are People Friendlier In Places Where There’s More Freedom And Less Government?

December 27th, 2008 by Will Buchanan

December 22nd 2008, day 217 / Greenfield, NH / Working on downed utility lines / Journey’s End? / Are people friendlier in places where there is more freedom? / Waving to people you pass / People in sparsely populated western states seeming more friendly and helpful / People offering me rides / Getting snitched on further east / People friendlier in New Hampshire / Newspaper and TV coverage / Why are people friendlier in places where they’re freer? / In places where there is more govt, it breeds mistrust among people so it can control them / If people are afraid, they often look to the govt for protection / New York City campaign “If you see something, say something” / In places where there is less government, peoples’ natural kinship comes out / 17.02 miles for liberty / http://Amazon.WalkForLiberty.com / “Save Our Island!” / Even dogs are friendlier in NH?

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Snow Couch in Support of Ian Freeman by Lauren Canario and Jim Johnson

December 24th, 2008 by Will Buchanan

On November 14, 2008, Ian Freeman of Keene, NH was arrested and sentenced to 93 days in jail…for having a couch on his lawn.

On December 24, 2008, Lauren Canario and Jim Johnson of Winchester, NH built a couch out of snow on their lawn in support of Ian.

This is that couch….

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Walk For Liberty Day 216 - Does the Government Care About Its Reputation, Or Is It Content Just To Let People Die?

December 22nd, 2008 by Will Buchanan

December 20th 2008, day 216 / Bridge warning sign in Marlborough, NH - “Pass at your own risk” / Taking responsibility for yourself / Don’t trust the government to build things that are safe, despite what they might say / Big Dig tunnel collapse / Collapse of Mississippi River bridge in Minneapolis / Army Corps of Engineers Levee collapse in Hurricane Katrina / You’re always at risk / Private companies have much more incentives to build reliable, sound structures, since their reputations matter, unlike with the government / Private companies have to compete for customers, so they care what people think about them / Government is not incentivized to build good structures, since they don’t have to care about their reputation / Walking with Lou from Peterborough / Oldest free library supported by taxation / 10.52 miles for liberty / http://Donate.WalkForLiberty.com / Free State Project adopted highway / State of Maine potatoes?

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Walk For Liberty Day 215 - What’s The Difference Between Republicans and Democrats?

December 21st, 2008 by Will Buchanan

December 19th 2008, day 215 / McSame / Marlborough, NH / McCain may have voted 90% with Bush, but how different are the Democrats? / The 2 major parties portray themselves as being polar opposites / Democrats are supposedly for civil liberties and anti-war but they voted for the Patriot Act and the Iraq War / Republicans are supposedly fiscal conservatives but support Social Security and Medicare / Both parties violate people’s personal liberties such as with the seat belt law and the Drug War / They’re both parties of big government and are in favor of the status quo in govt / If they’re each in favor of smaller govt in certain areas, why don’t they try to repeal existing laws? / Business regulations, Department of Education, bringing troops back home / They’re just politicians / Passing pet projects / Someone who truly supported liberty, like Ron Paul, would vote against almost everything in congress / Dr. No / 12.29 miles for liberty / http://SubYT.WalkForLiberty.com click to subscribe to our YouTube channel / Walking through a snowstorm / Forced closing of a dump station? / Icy windshield

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Walk For Liberty Day 214 - Interview With the President of the Free State Project

December 20th, 2008 by Will Buchanan

December 17th 2008, day 214 / Walking through snow / First day back to walking since arriving in NH / Thoughts on the NH arrival celebration and on getting to NH / Retrieved and fixed the RV / Staying with other Free Staters / Interview with Varrin Swearingen, President of the Free State Project / Comments on Keene, NH / How Varrin discovered the message of liberty in his life / Connection with Marshall Fritz, founder of the Advocates for Self-Government and the Alliance for Separation of School and State / Being in Marshall’s school / Large crowd having lunch with us at Panera Bread in Keene / 3 more people walking with me / Walked 13.91 miles for liberty / http://Amazon.WalkForLiberty.com / Jake-rider / New Hampshire Free Press spotted in store in Swanzey with article about the Walk For Liberty!

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