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What Governments Do

Everything they do is negative. Today's ZGBlog is called Market Deniers, for that definition fits them well; they destroy what would otherwise take place naturally in a society. They actively prevent humankind reaching its potential.
 
Four everyday examples are given, in which government prevents voluntary agreements taking place.

AGW

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AGW warriors call us "Climate Deniers", as if such a thing were even possible. But perhaps the nice warm October gave us a foretaste of Global Warming - if so, the more the merrier. Enjoy Warm Weather, this week's ZGBlog.

Rich Kids

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A fairly common archist bleat is that without government, a small number of ruthless, powerful families would amass wealth over a few generations and impoverish the rest of us.
 
Today's ZGBlog, Inherited Wealth, puts that myth to rest.

Murder in the USA

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- and elsewhere. The drumbeat of archist propaganda says American is a violent society, and that laws - especially against guns - are needed to tame it. This week's ZGBlog is Murder by Country, and shows the opposite is the case.

Machine-gun Mayhem in a Free Society

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When government and all its laws have been scrapped, including those that limit what guns people can own, won't there be an uncontrollable rash of mass murder and mayhem such as Stephen Paddock allegedly spawned in Las Vegas?
 
Today's Zero Government Blog suggests not. Enjoy.

Slightly less infallible

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In today's Zero Government Blog, I confess to an error. This will deeply shock those zillions of readers who know how reliable it is, and delight my several enemies on STR who will be able to revel in some schadenfreude.
 
The mistake was to see the Constitution as purer than it is. I'd actually missed a clause, a damning one. Those who set up the FedGov were actually worse than I thought. See whether or not you'd missed it too.

The Pretenders

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Seasoned Libertarians won't find much new news in today's Zero Government Blog; but hopefully it will catch the attention of any other kind of reader. Subtitled The Masquerade, it lambasts the institution of government for pretending to provide certain goodies, while actually delivering the opposite. Enjoy - and please, pass it around to friends to whom it will be new!

The Price of Bits

It would be wonderful if the current meteoric rise in the dollar price of Bitcoins reflected a widespread disgust with government fiat "money". Today's ZGBlog suggests, however, that it's not quite that simple. Please enjoy Tulips and Bits.
 
 
 

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