13 Nonpolitical Ways to Fight for Liberty – Move to New Hampshire


The terrible political slugfest between two of the worst people to ever run for public office has ended, and America has proceeded through one of the two large dark doors presented, both leading to disaster. Instead of despairing, though, libertarians, already having written this election off as a loss, are preparing for a long winter. The casual supporters of liberty are stockpiling defensive weapons, practicing encryption, donating to private charity, and spreading liberty’s message in regular conversations. The more adventurous are using Bitcoin whenever possible, participating in the black market, actively seeking nongovernmental solutions to their problems, and even changing the way they conduct personal relationships. If this isn’t enough action for you, you can grow your own food, inform juries about nullification, and film police. You can even start your own independent media outlet if you want to be one of the most hardcore out there. Still want to do more? There’s one thing left to do.

Move to New Hampshire

The fight for true liberty in a world dominated by both apathy and lust for power can be a lonely one. So don’t go it alone. Thousands have moved to the Free State of New Hampshire in order to concentrate their efforts towards the advancement of human liberty. If you’re tired of wasting your effort, come join us. We’re already winning, but could always use some more liberty activists. Together, in this place, we can win the struggle in our lifetime.

I get that picking up your whole life and moving it across possibly thousands of miles is potentially challenging. If you’re able to secure a good work situation, however, the rest will be relatively easy. The best option is to find a job that allows you to work from anywhere, or to negotiate remote work with your current company. If neither is possible, get in touch with the Free State community, which is famously tight-knit and eager to help. We will help you find a way.

Joël Valenzuela
Joël Valenzuela
Joël Valenzuela is the editor of The Desert Lynx. He is also the founder of the Rights Brigade, a mover for the Free State Project, and a martial art instructor.