Washington City Paper: Partying, Libertarian style

There are a fair amount of IT workers in libertarian circles, says Jody Underwood, a New Hampshire resident who recently moved there from Rockville. Underwood and Rich Goldman, who are sitting next to me, work for the Free State Project, a utopian initiative to get people to move from their home states to New Hampshire. "No sales tax, no income tax, great mottoŚLive Free or Die," says Goldman, 29. Goldman still lives in Maryland, but is planning to make his own trek to New Hampshire once the group garners 20,000 signatures.


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