The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 12

Review 12 is here!

Martin Morse Wooster reviews, Rome’s Last Citizen: The Life and Legacy of Cato, Ceaser’s Mortal Enemy.

Sheldon Richman discusses the ceding of the war power to Israel.

Sheldon Richman discusses how morality and practicality coincide in making the case for liberty.

Jim Miles reviews, Goliath – Life and loathing in Greater Israel.

Kelly Vlaho critiques the show, Homeland.

Jason Brennan discusses Matt Walsh’s take on homeschooling.

Patrick Cockburn discusses events in the Middle East.

Colin Green discusses Israeli militarism in the Gaza Strip.

Clancy Sigal discusses Hitler’s women adherents.

Jorg Guldo Hulsmann discusses the conservative movement and the libertarian remnant.

Amy Goodman interviews Dr. Carl Hart on drugs.

Michael Brenner discusses the militarization of U.S. foreign policy.

Noam Chomsky discusses the common good.

Nick Turse discusses the proliferation of special ops.

Tom Engelhardt discusses the national security state.

Kelly B. Vlahos discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Lawrence Wittner discusses public support for war.

Robert J.S. Ross discusses the funneling of money to sweatshops.

Sheldon Richman discusses the wreckage of U.S. foreign policy.

Christopher H. Pyle discusses Jamses Woolsey’s critique of Edward Snowden.

Kevin Gosztola discuses Fred Kaplan’s critique of Edward Snowden.

Uri Avnery discusses the alleged neutrality of the U.S. in the Israeli-Palestine conflict.

Ivan Eland discusses allowing the army to copy the marine’s mission.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses Robert Gate’s memoir.

Winslow T. Wheeler discusses Robert Gate’s responsibility for the deaths of at least half a million Iraqis.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the Palestinian refugees in Syria.

Ed Krayewiski discusses U.S. interventionism.

Klaus Wiegrefe discusses the continued relevance of WW1.

Michael McGuerty reviews, Aron Nimzowitsch 1928-1935: Annotated Games & Essays. It’s considered a sequel to both My system and Chess Praxis.

John Watson reviews Move First, Think Later. A provocative title and worth checking out.

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