Tell Washington to stop printing paper money

Another great letter to the editor by a member of New Hampshire Seacoast Liberty, Bill McNally.  Here’s a brief excerpt:

What is inflation? It is an increase in the money supply. More specifically, inflation is an increase in the supply of money and credit. Inflation is NOT — and never has been — rising prices and rising wages. Instead, these are two of inflation’s most visible damaging effects.

Why did city fund shelter Red Cross offered to run?

Another great letter to the editor by a member of New Hampshire Seacoast Liberty, Scott McPherson.  Here’s a brief excerpt:

When the Red Cross was running shelters elsewhere in the area, staffed by volunteers and funded by their donors, why did the city make the call to run its own shelter?

Attention NHLA Members!

New Hampshire Liberty AllianceIn the December New Hampshire Liberty Alliance newsletter, there is a call for volunteers.

Bill Review Committee Chairman:  These volunteers would serve as the main coordinator and go-to person for each Standing Committee (e.g. Fish & Game, Finance, Commerce, etc.).  For more details, please visit the NHLA forum.

Issue Activism Coordinators:  These volunteers would coordinate the specific issues that they are specifically passionate about (e.g. Taxes, Income Tax, Firearms, etc.).  For more details, please visit the NHLA forum.

Not a member of New Hampshire Liberty Alliance?  Then join today, registration only takes a few minutes and basic membership is free!

Who needs free speech, anyway?

Another great letter to the editor by a member of New Hampshire Seacoast Liberty, Jason Howard.  This is in response to the story regarding the arrest of Mr. Montenegro.  Here’s a brief excerpt:

I would like to congratulate the Dover police in arresting this unsavory individual. It is completely outrageous that Mr. Montenegro would have the audacity to publicly question any government official. What if everyone were allowed to question the action of public officials? People may start thinking they live in a free country, and we certainly can’t have that.

Rally for Seatbelt Freedom

New Hampshire Liberty AllianceDate: Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: LOB 204, 33 N State Street Concord, NH
Street: 33 N State Street
City/Town: Concord, NH

WHAT: PROTEST the “Seat Belt Commission” Press Conference!
WHEN: 10 AM, Tues., Dec 16th
WHERE: LOB 204, 33 N State Street, Concord

The “Seat Belt Commission” issued its sad, shameful report a few months ago, in which they call for a primary-offense seat belt law in the State of New Hampshire.

Now the Chair of the commission wants to have a big Press Conference to get the news media to start spreading the story that “the time has come for NH to have a seat belt law” — to make the argument seem inevitable, so those of us who oppose this law will be too demoralized to fight back.

Don’t let them win. Don’t let them treat you like a child. Don’t let them take away your rights!

We can show the press that there is STRONG OPPOSITION to this horrible and controlling authoritarian nanny-state idea. Make the REAL news of the press conference be about how many PRO-FREEDOM protesters were present!

Denis will be there, with big label stickers for pro-freedom people to wear: “DON’T RESTRAIN CHOICE!”

Boston Tea Party – 2008

The first Boston Tea Party was held on December 16, 1773.  On December 16, 2007, hundreds of Liberty lovers gathered again at the “Cradle of Liberty“.  Now, December 14, 2008 we will do it again.

Event details can be found here along with a list of speakers, including New Hampshire’s own State Representative Joel Winters.

Location:  Fanueil Hall Boston, Massachusetts

When:  1:00pm – 6:00pm December 14, 2008 (doors open at noon)

Obama must deliver on promises

Another great letter to the editor by a member of New Hampshire Seacoast Liberty, Dan Davis.  Here’s a brief excerpt:

We shouldn’t be surprised at this behavior by our politicians, for they never would have risen to the to the top of their party hierarchies without agreeing to support the status quo. After all, redistribution is what government does best.