Tatiana interviews Jack Posobiec and Matt Phillips.

– Matt Philips majored in politics at Princeton and interned at the Cato Institute before joining Internet advertising pioneer DoubleClick (now owned by Google). He then co-founded Right Media (bought by Yahoo!). He now lives in New Hampshire, where he is an angel investor and the president of the Free State Project.

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Hey! My name is Tatiana Moroz. I am a passionate singer-songwriter heavily involved in the Libertarian and Bitcoin movement. I have created the first ever artist cryptocurrency Tatiana Coin and also founded an activist talent agency called Same Side Entertainment. I recently launched Crypto Media Hub which is an advertising network for the Bitcoin world and beyond. It's free for advertisers and we work with almost every major media outlet in the space including Bitcoin Magazine, YBitcoin, Bitcoinist, Brave New Coin, Let's Talk Bitcoin, Coin Telegraph and many more.


  • I just wanted to share my experience I’ve had with some of the media coming out of New Hampshire.  The first show I discovered was the school sucks project podcast.  I have been listening to the podcast for about a year and it has shifted my focus in another direction.  Instead of worrying about what the state does, I find myself worrying more about what I can do personally to achieve liberty.  I think this message is prominent in a number of shows located in New Hampshire such as free talk live.  I wonder if anyone else had a similar experience?

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  • I had no idea that libertarianism was gaining so much traction in Brazil. I had a passing familiarity a while back about Mises circles popping up down there but I am absolutely impressed with the political and public gains they are making. Here’s a video from reason tv summarizing what is happening: . I remember meeting a young and motivated Brazilian man at the 2015 Liberty Forum in Manchester that just made the move that month unfortunately I cannot remember his name. Bruno perhaps? Are there any thought ambassadors traveling between the US and Brazil (either physically or virtually) that are assisting with the movement? I am curious if any Brazilians could do their own Free State movement to a small locality within their country to make incremental changes in local policy. I suppose if this became more widespread we’d see a loose global shift of locally concentrated efforts; almost like a middle-out thing.

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  • Hey Guys, I was watching a YouTube video the other day about Porcfest in New Hampshire that just recently came to an end and someone mentioned something about a man named Ian Freeman being banned from the Free State Project and events like Porcfest. I made the move this spring and am curious as to what the FSP would ban someone for? The only thing I’ve seen on the internet is that he said something about defending yourself against an out of line cop using force? Does anyone have the full story?

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  • The schedule of events for Porcfest XIII has been posted! So this thread is for those interested in anything Porcfest. It’s a long trip for many, some are looking for a ride share or to split the cost of a camp site. Or maybe you just have general questions about PF. I found Jeffrey Tucker will be speaking at least twice this year and also a personal favorite: podcaster Professor CJ I’m planning to meet a couple of friends this year, my second PF, and maybe we should have a face-to-face lunch or something. Chime in if you are interested!  

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  • Question: Considering the 1st Amendment (and only the 1st Amendment), can the President issue an executive order forbidding speech aimed at disparagement of his leadership?

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