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The Greatest Scam

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of all, perhaps, is the government-promoted fiction that we ought to help others, as a moral duty. That's called "altruism."  Today's ZGBlog removes its lid.

The Lunatics in Charge

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Those with a will to govern us all have now descended to calling each other crazy, so today's ZGBlog asks to what degree they may be right.
 
It's considerable. Enjoy Notes from the Asylum.

But what about the infrastructure?

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Sometimes we get hit with that question: if there were no government, surely the bridges would crumble!
 
Today's Zero Government Blog shows why that just ain't so.
 
 
 

Government's "Justice" Monopoly Cracking?

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Popular opinion holds that even if it does nothing else, government must operate a justice system.
 
Today's ZGBlog relates the story of one man's harrowing experience, that demonstrates how rotten that system is. One more nail in its coffin; enjoy A Little Good News.
 
 
 

Government and Good Ethics

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That and other hopeless contradictions are explored in today's ZGBlog: Rule vs Morality. Enjoy!

Government = War

The ghastly slaughter of WW-1 (and the consequent, four times bigger one of WW-2) took place because governments exist. The story of its origins, therefore, makes a powerful case for anarchism.
 
Today's ZGBlog attempts a critique of what school children are being taught about those origins, as Tuchman's "August".

The Big Con

Perhaps it's the smoothest con-job in history; Jefferson's assertion that our right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness needs for its security the guardianship of the most egregious violator of rights.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog exposes the con, as The Great Non-Sequitur. Enjoy!
 

The Brexit

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It's a heavy blow to the complacent, arrogant class that promotes more government everywhere. Last Thursday, to its total consternation, the British said "no more."
 
Today's ZGBlog celebrates the occasion with A Worm Turned. Join the fun.

Cheap Money

Eight years of low interest rates, yet still no serious sign that money is being loaned in amounts large enough to boost house prices or stimulate business. Did Keynes get it wrong?
 
Yes.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog suggests what else may be going on, and it's not pretty. Called Low Interest, I hope you'll find it engrossing.

What's a "Crony"?

Lots of talk these days about cronyism, and there'll be much more to come if Hillary should manage to keep the prosecutors at bay.
 
So yesterday's Zero Government Blog attempts to explain. I see only one kind on the government side, but three different kinds on the other side of the bed. See if you agree, at Old Cronies.

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