The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 11

Enjoy review 11!

Sam Kierstead discusses Hamid Karzai’s role in determing the future of Afghanistan.

Charlie Hinton discusses the ten steps to dictatorship in Haiti.

Pepe Escobar discusses a provocative incident related to China.

Tanya Golash-Boza discusses Obama’s deportation record.

Julie Mastrine discusses why libertarians shouldn’t slut shame.

Sheldon Richman discusses the Pope’s take on the free market and capitalism.

Dave Lindorff discusses the outing of three CIA Pakistani chiefs.

Jonathan Cook discusses the planned Gazaification of the West Bank.

Tom McNarma discusses the terror of bombing and saying no to war crimes.

John Laforge discusses the treatment of Gitmo detainees.

Tom Engelhardt discusses the bombing of wedding parties.

Mitchell Plitnick discusses Max Blumenthal’s book, Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel.

Aaron Rubin reviews the new film, My Afghanistan: Life in the Forbidden Zone.

Semuas Milne discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Shamus Cooke discusses the potential for peace in Syria.

Norman Solomon discusses’s indifference to the atrioticies of Obama.

Lynn Fitz-Hugh discusses police estatism.

Jonathan Carp discusses Christmas.

Peter Beinart discusses the absence of an anti-war left on Iran.

Josh Marsfeder discusses Miley Cyrus and socail entropy.

Ryan Calhoun discusses libertarians and thre 60’s counterculture.

Noam Chomsky and Stefan Molyneux discuss a range of issues.

Conor Friederdorf discusses why secret operations and self-government don’t mix.

Robert Taylor discusses 10 most libertarian moments of 2013.

Sheldon Richman discusses the Federal Reserve.

Nathan Goodman discusses thick libertarianism.

Dr. Cesar Chelala discusses the application of the Nuremberg precedent to the Iraq War.

Laurence M. Vance reviews, The Moral Case for a Free Economy.

Review of the new algrebaic editon of Winning Chess. Both Irving Chernev and Fred Reinfield wrote this book. Two very prolific chess writers. This is a book on tactics. As the master level player, Teichmann, put it: “Chess is 99 percent tactics”. I own the descriptive notation edition of this book, and can attest to its usefulness.

John Watson reviews Eplus #107 and an e-book version of Chess Praxis. The latter is by the famous Russian player, Aron Nimzowitsch. He was famous for writing My System. Chess Praxis was the follow up game collection to the aforementioned theoretical work.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory