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The Slave Trade

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The recent shocker from Nigeria is just the tip of the iceberg, once one considers what "slavery" means.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog explores the subject. Enjoy!

Words They Never Used

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Whether the Ukraine crisis is real or just political theater to keep everyone scared and dependent, there is a very simple fix available. Today's Zero Government Blog shows why governments will not use it.

The Gumbo Recipe that Works for Everybody

Professor Dan D'Amico explores New Orleans gumbo and spontaneous order in this Learn Liberty video.

Blinded by Envy

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Protesters on the Left are half-right; there's a great deal wrong with society as it is. But obsession with the 1% richest Americans who supposedly run everything has blinded them to the abundant opportunities for advancement and wealth after government has evaporated.
 
Today's Zero Government Blog reveals that income disparity today is by no means what they may imagine, and removes the blinders over that future in freedom; it's called In and Out of The 1%. Enjoy.

Forced to Unionize: Is this Cesar Chavez's Legacy?

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This ReasonTV video explores the Gerawan Farms-United Farm Workers (UFW) fiasco, in which the UFW claims to represent Gerawan's workers despite not having collected dues or bargained on behalf of them for more than two decades.

Be Kind to Humble Hyphens

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"Anarchist" is a label good enough for me. Its etymology is plain: it says I favor No Rule. I own myself, so I have the right to rule myself, so nobody else does.

But what of a qualifier, such as -capitalist? or -Libertarian? Are these useful add-ons, to the root word?

Such deep questions of philosophy and grammar are explored in today's Zero Government Blog, at TinyURL.com/ZGBlog . Enjoy.

The Fed's 100th Anniversary and the Case for a Centennial Monetary Commission

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Congressman Kevin Brady bizarrely recommends creating a Centennial Monetary Commission to restrain the American State in this catoinstituevideo.

Judge Napolitano Right, Daily Show Wrong, on Fugitive Slaves

In this TomWoodsTV video, Tom Woods corrects the record on the fugitive-slave law, vindicating Judge Napolitano.

Bubble of Unreality

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Hard to believe, but last evening the People's Broadcasting System put out a program critical of socialism!
 
The fact is celebrated in today's Zero Government Blog. Enjoy.

Good Piece in the Jacobin

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The libertarian critique of the state is linked to revolutionary economic transformation in this c4ssvideos video.

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