On the Minimum Wage and Inflation

Economist Gary Galles explains how the minimum wage affects immigration and why a wall would not help US workers in this video.

A Pinnacle of the Natural World

Last month I was astonished to read a comment on STR that attempted explicitly to deny the self ownership axiom!
Today's ZGBlog shows why the attempt was doomed to failure, but also what would have been some of the implications had it succeeded. I found some surprises; you may too.
Enjoy To Own is Natural.

Race, IQ and Liberty


In STR's Comments Department, there appeared recently the view that blacks are, relatively and on average, by nature so stupid and violent that there is negligible hope of their forming a voluntary society in the foreseeable future.
Today's Zero Government Blog lays that view to rest, six feet under.

The Show Goes Off-Script

- and is all the more amusing for the departure. Today's Zero Government Blog ridicules the election process, but concedes that it promises to be an entertaining summer. Enjoy Rulers Realigning?

Why You Might NOT Save a Child from Drowning

In this Learn Liberty video, a thought experiment is offered for your amusement.

A UK Decsion Point

A couple of months from now, Britons may vote to leave the EU. If they do, they will faintly foreshadow what it will be like when Americans repudiate all government; neighboring states may retaliate.
Today's ZGBlog, The Brexit, draws a comparison.

Delights to Come

Retta Fontana's excellent recent article Cash is King inspired me to write today's Zero Government Blog, to contrast the pleasures of the right of self-ownership today, even in the depths of the government era, with those of tomorrow when that era has been ended and that right can be exercised fully.
So, please enjoy Freedom, Now and Then.

Staying North

That's one of the vast range of benefits we'll enjoy in the coming zero government society; there will be no need for jobs to move to Mexico. So reasons Trade, Free and Managed, out today.

Milo gets it

What a great conversation with some profound insights.
The concept of "cultural libertarian space" is intriguing.

An Oligarchy of Lawyers

"Getting back to the Constitution" might be an improvement, but as today's Zero Government Blog reasons, not a very big one. Right from the get-go, the Supreme Court was deliberately formed as the final authority on what laws say. Elections and congresses are just a veneer; America has always been an oligarchy.
Enjoy A Garland for Frankenstein.

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