Monthly Archives: November 2012

Killed for Refusing to Kill: Remembering Joseph and Michael Hofer

by Garret Ean Nov 29 2012 Earlier this month passed another Veterans Day, which formerly commemorated the signing of the armistice which would end Europe’s World War the first. Often forgotten in the celebration associated with the cessation of war … Continue reading

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Be an Anti-Aggressionist, Not a Libertarian

Dave Ridley suggests that being an A word may be preferable to being an L word. http://youtube.com/watch?v=aPkEbWtk6LM

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It’s Time to Talk About Independence

Published today on the Concord Monitor’s website is an editorial entitled It’s Time to Talk About Independence by Chandler Gabel of the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence. Meanwhile, Concord-NH Patch is running a poll asking whether New Hampshire should secede. … Continue reading

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Anarcho-Terrorists Apologize, Shuffled Off to Prison

by Garret Ean Nov 21 2012 Sentencing for three of the five men arrested in connection with an FBI plot to destroy a bridge outside of Cleveland on May 1 occurred yesterday. Douglas Wright, Brandon Baxter, and Connor Stevens were … Continue reading

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NHPR Reports on the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence

Local independence movements continue to be popular in various media. NHPR has today published a seven minute segment that focuses mostly on the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence. Also published on the same day as last week’s Free Concord article … Continue reading

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The Amazing Silence: Joan Roelofs on the State of the Antiwar Movement

On Friday, November 16 at the Unitarian Universalist church in Keene, New Hampshire Peace Action hosted a presentation and discussion with author Joan Roelofs. Joan is a former professor at Keene State College and the author of Foundations and Public … Continue reading

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Who is Officer Pelliccia?

by Garret Ean Nov 16 2012 What does it say about an individual that is uncomfortable sharing their first name with you? On November 5, the afternoon before the 2012 election, I was chalking around city hall in Concord when … Continue reading

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