Liberty Dinner Time!
It is time for the NHLA’s annual gala event, Liberty Dinner. This year’s theme is “Taxation is Theft.” The Keynote speech, “Taxation: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” will be delivered by Dan Mitchell, the Chairman of the Center for Freedom and Prosperity. Come hang out with Liberty activists and the movers and shakers for Liberty in the State House!
The dinner will be on July 13th at the Grappone Center in Concord this year. Seats are limited. Learn more, and book your seats now!
Make Your Activism for Liberty a HabitActivism for Liberty has a definite purpose. That is to bring about political and societal change in the direction of more individual freedom. It isn’t merely the act of telling people our opinions. It involves action with the intent of influencing others toward greater awareness, understanding, and practice of the principles of Liberty. Here are some suggestions for becoming a more effective Read more
Working to Expand Liberty
The NHLA is a non-partisan coalition working to increase individual freedom in New Hampshire. We review and rate bills in the State Legislature, and recommend how legislators should vote on bills, based on how they affect individual liberties. We compile report cards on legislators, based on their support for individual liberty. We also assist the campaigns of Liberty candidates for the New Hampshire Legislature, and, provide assistance to local families or persons in need. Learn more…
We Need Your Help!
The NHLA is an all-volunteer organization, with a handful of volunteers shouldering all the work. Build your reputation as a Liberty Activist, not to mention expand Liberty, by volunteering!
The NHLA has modest operational expenses, most of our money goes towards the campaigns of Liberty candidates for the NH Legislature. We also have a charitable fund that helps local families in need. Please donate to help us continue this important work.