Sean found himself in a career he didn’t enjoy and in a house he struggled to afford. Was this to be his life for the next 30 years?
A libertarian Uber driver in New York wrestled with the city’s heavy-handed traffic ticketing policies, then chose a freer life in New Hampshire.
Brittany and Matt visited New Hampshire and saw that the liberty movement is real. So when they decided to have children, they knew they needed to leave Indiana behind to build a freedom-focused family in New Hampshire.
Leah and her family are settling into a more affordable life in New Hampshire, where land is cheaper and laws are friendly to homeschoolers.
My wife hails from Oklahoma (not terrible on the liberty scale), but I’m from New York, the Empire State, and the empire kept striking back. We both found ourselves in Boston for school, and while a palpable improvement for me, it wasn’t the lamp of liberty…
When Jennifer and Dave realized they lived in the least free state of the union, they decided to get out of New York City and made their way to New Hampshire. Here Jennifer writes about their move and introduces her new column.