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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Are statists devoted to aggression?

We’re making good progress on the PCT (Political Conscience Test). …

We’re making good progress on the PCT (Political Conscience Test). We expect to show you a revised prototype, or maybe even a fully-functional Beta Test version next week. In the meantime…

We’ve got a new Mental Lever for you! 

Most libertarians subscribe to the Zero Aggression Principle. Does this perhaps mean that statists adhere to a Pro-Aggression Principle? Our latest Mental Lever answers yes, and then explains why, in a mere 254 words.

Remember, our Mental Levers are mini-articles that present libertarian ideas in bite size chunks. You can share them with friends instead of long ponderous books and articles. For example, many ZAP members link to our Mental Levers during Facebook discussions. So…

And there’s still time to get your name on the Conscience Builders’ roster for the PCT. Contribute or start a monthly pledge on our secure contribution form. Your contribution is tax-deductible.

More progress soon. In the meantime, ZAP The State and have a nice day.

Jim Babka & Perry Willis
Co-creators, Zero Aggression Project

P.S. The current Conscience Builders roster (not all persons have agreed to be listed)… John McAlister, Roger Mason, Robert Stern, Martin Johnson, Joe Cobb, Bryne Parker, Stephen Dutkiewicz, Corky Sinclair, Kathleen Arnheim, Brian Pitlik, Leslie Bates, Robert Davis, Ben Bachrach, David Brown, Steven Castrechino, Kerry Daniel, Franklin Davis, John DiLiberto, Randall Enterline, Roger Garcia, Michael Gibbs, Barbara Haskins, Len Hofferber, Robert Lidral, Anne Marshall, Shawn M. Murray, J.D., Nancy Watson, David Yett, Roger Leahy, Andy Walling, Jack Bruns, Gary Cavener, Dan Litwin, Brian Mason, Odetta Pierce, Tom Serkowski, Philip Souza, Marshall Sutherland, Mike Spalding, Lance Cheney, Robert Herzfeld, Trent Larson, Robert Neal Patterson, Carrie Eiler, Wayne Zachery, Ronald Pond

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