The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 14

Jeffrey St. Clair and Alexander Cockburn discuss the terrorist character of the late Ariel Sharon.

Binoy Kampmark discusses the march to war with Iran.

Andrew Levine discusses what will happen for Obama upon the unraveling of Iraq.

Alfred McCoy discusses the surveillance state.

Kevin Carson discusses the worship of authority.

Jose Martinez discusses Wal-Mart racism.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses the legacy of a congressman who helped reveal covert crimes.

Peter Frase discusses leftism and the state.

Will Wilkinson discusses liberalism, libertarianism, and the illiberal security state.

Chase Madar discusses the hawkishness of supposed human rights advocates.

Eric Draitser discusses the resistance to NATO rule in Libya.

Sheldon Richman responds to a recent hit piece on Juilan Assange, Glenn Greenwald, and Edward Snowden.

William A. Cohn discusses the farce of secret law.

David Swanson discusses the stopping of war.

Lew Rockwell discusses 21st century mussolinism.

Stephan Kinsella discusses the libertarian case for gay marriage.

Michael S. Rozeff discusses the national security state.

Nick Gillespie discusses how the FBI’s ugly past undermines Obama’s War on Terror.

Paul Buhle reviews a new book on Robert M. La Follette.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses Robert Gate’s new memoir.

Daniel McCarthy discusses Leo Strauss and the American right.

Carole Simonnet discusses pot smoking in Mexico.

Daniel McCarthy reviews a book on Leo Strauss.

Robert Colls discusses George Orwell and the Spanish Civil War.

Ivan Eland discusses the growing militarization of U.S. society.

Conor Friedersdorf discusses why the GOP can’t win on a hawkish platform.

J.D. Tuccille discusses the weak reforms of the NSA.

Roman Skaskiw discusses Albert Jay Nock’s famous memoir.

Mark Donlan reviews Chess Superminitaures.

John S. Hilbert discusses Charles Seymour Taylor.

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