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Was Slavery Abolished?

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Of course, say government propagandists, in classrooms and elsewhere.
 
Not so fast, says today's Zero Government Blog, Our Slave State. But there is an escape route.

How full is the glass?

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Far too many libertarians think it's half empty.
 
Bright, or Cloudy? is today's ZGBlog, and offers the opposite opinion.

Governments Can't Fix It

Today's ZGBlog continues and amplifies the theme of last week's: that large-scale, cross-cultural migration may be the biggest problem of our era, that it was caused by government, and cannot be solved by government. This therefore looks good for the prospect of discontinuing government.
 
In particular, a key election is due in France next weekend, and Marine LePen may possibly win it. The Blog suggests why even she will fail to fix the problem. A bonus however is that she may ease France out of the EU, so precipitating an end to that supra-government. Exciting times; enjoy Marine.

The Muslim Flood

Governments created this problem, and all over the Western world are wringing their hands in despair about how to fix it. Meanwhile, libertarians can have a quite different view. So enjoy today's zero Government Blog: Menace, or Opportunity?

Resistance with Guns

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In his fictional saga Unintended Consequences, John Ross portrays an America in which guns and other weapons are used in a spontaneous uprising against an arrogant government. Today's ZGBlog considers that Other Use for Guns.

About those Chemical Weapons

Today's Zero Government Blog has two suggestions: Assad's deployment of CWs on April 4th didn't happen, and in any case the way this month's narrative has been controlled demonstrates again that government cannot be ended by trying to join it. Enjoy Politics Cannot Cut It.

Help Give the FedGov a Bloody Nose

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            Do you know a lawyer?
            Does he or she like money?
            Does he have a spine?

If you have three "yes" answers to those, bring today's ZGBlog to his attention. You'll help lower popular esteem for government, and might even earn a finder's fee.
 

Untwisting History

It's very sad that when they emerge from the 12-year government indoctrination factory, graduates have a massive misunderstanding of the past. They think the 1861-65 war was "civil" or that its purpose was to "end slavery." It was neither. They think Lincoln freed the slaves; he never freed a single slave.
 
The appalling ignorance extends to Europe too. If they know anything about that continent, they've been told that recent wars were caused by "German militarism" and so that Germans are untrustworthy. Today's Zero Government Blog attempts to correct that misinformation. Pass it round, to your kids and theirs.
 
 
 

A Nation of Landowners

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It's sometimes said that America is just that. Sturdy, independent ones.
 
Ha!  Isn't now, and never was. Will be, though, after E-Day. Take a look at America's Owner.

Guns Ownership: Over-rated?

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The rate of gun ownership in the US has been high since the get-go, but that hasn't prevented the monstrous, relentless growth of government. What purpose, therefore, do guns serve?
 
Today's ZGBlog explores that question, in To Arm, or Not to Arm?

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