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Will Robots Take All the Jobs?

This ReasonTV video explores the robotic future.

Multiple Arrests & Racism at LAPD #BlackLivesMatter Protest

Libertarian Adam Kokesh provides commentary about an anti-LAPD protest in this video.

Generational Divide: CPAC Gets High and Gay Married

This ReasonTV video confirms that many CPAC members oppose "equal rights for everything".

Climate Hysteria

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One of the few beneficiaries of the CA government's failure to furnish its residents with enough water - despite enjoying an 800-mile coastline to the world's biggest ocean, ready to be desalinated - is the set of mythologists who would persuade us that the globe is warming.
 
Today's ZGBlog places a spoke or two in their wheels. Enjoy.

Get Thee to Somalia

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Nasty, statist advice that might actually be worth taking. See why, in today's ZGBlog.

Decline of the Liberals

Last week's UK election triumph by David Cameron's Conservatives left a bloodbath in its wake, and the heaviest casualty was the Liberal Democratic party, which lost 86% of its clout in a single day.
 
Does this mark the end of liberal ideas in Britain? - not exactly, says today's Zero Government Blog.

Why Government is a Good Idea

On rare occasions, when his guard is down, a statist may explain his reasons. That gives us unbelievers a great opportunity, for not one of them is as useful as a fig leaf.
 
The ZGBlog gives an example today, in Fun with a Naked Statist. And no, not that kind of fun.

Identifying Dissenters?

The recent automatic voter registration of all driver's license holders in Oregon by the bureau-rats calling themselves Government, is on track to be most eagerly emulated by their execrable counterparts in Commiefornia:
 
http://www.breitbart.com/california/2015/04/28/bill-to-register-all-cali...
 
Note that one must "affirmatively opt-out" in order to avoid being automatically registered.
 
Currently, if one fails or refuses to register, one remains essentially anonymous.  Someone who is aloof, unconcerned, negligent, etc.
 
Now, one must be a conscientious, active refusenik in the eyes of the State, in order to avoid voter registration.
 
Pardon me, but I'm just cynical enough to believe that this move -- now about to envelop the most populous "state" (tax farm) in Amerika -- is about much more than just bolstering government "legitimacy" by pushing people towards participation in elections...as the title of this blog entry implies.
 
Your thoughts?
 
 

The American coup d'état

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A fine new book appeared last week: Régime Change, by Jacob Hornberger. Today's ZGBlog reviews it and suggests a change in the "official" fable is coming soon. Enjoy A Hornberger Whodunnit.

Wealth

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For a change of pace, today's Zero Government Blog takes a look at people who have worked to earn a lot of it. It also suggests how they might use a little of what they earned. So, enjoy Rich Folks, and salivate.

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