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Beyond Lubitz' Head

The French were rather efficient at finding out why an airliner collided with an Alp last week, but nobody has been looking much beyond the immediate reason.
Why the Airbus Crashed, out today, digs five levels deep for the ultimate cause.

Will Crime Increase, When Government Goes?

That's the scary scenario our enemies like to spread. Government may not be nice, but the alternative is worse. Do they have a point?
The very opposite is the case, reasons today's Zero Government Blog; but a new word has to be coined so as to develop the reasons. Enjoy Krime in the Coming ZGS.

Gun Crazy


One of the nasty ways government junkies like to scare people off doing without it is to suggest a free society would be infested by gun nuts; that everyone would shoot everyone else when mildly annoyed.
Gun Nuts, Absent Government is out today, to explore that allegation.

Government Tightens Grip on the Net


- so says The New Public Utility, out today. But it's not as bad, or as long-lasting, as it may seem.

Lexland and Malvolia

Those two countries tax incomes to exactly the same extent. In the ZGBlog today, Is It Tax Time Soon? explores the difference.

Climate After Government


The Algorean religion is examined in today's Zero Government Blog. It doesn't do well.

Who should steer the ship of state?


Israeli influence on US government policy is notorious, and was highlighted this week by Netanyahu's address to Congress. But Bibi the Tiller, out today, reasons not just that his hands should not touch the American tiller, but that there should be no tiller at all. Enjoy.

The Mind of a Pol

Abandon reason, all ye who enter here. Yet another political encounter at the trash.

Is IS Islamic?

Of course; Obama is wrong again. But today's ZGBlog suggests that's no reason to start WW-III.

Bypassing the Censor

While some others see only gloom and doom ahead, the Zero Government Blog offers a wholly contrary outlook. Today's edition does, however, recommend some urgent intellectual "prepping."

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