The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 16

Ahmad Barqawi discusses American imperialism.

William Sheppard discusses state violence and rape.

Sheldon Richman discusses how Obama and Kerry are jeopardizing peace with Iran.

Max Border discusses the rise of the new libertarians.

Murray Dobbin discusses Stephen Harper’s loyalty to Israel.

Michael Munger discusses what positive vision libertarians can offer.

Laurence M. Vance discusses hard questions about the drug war.

Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers discuss the Syrian peace conference’s laying of a foundation for war.

Franklin C. Spinney discusses the price of starting another Cold War.

Charles W. Johnson discusses freed market labor wins by the CIW.

Adam Federman discusses how U.S. evangelicals fueled the rise of pro-family sentiment in Russia.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the Syrian civil war.

Chris Hedges discusss the menace of the military mindset.

Lucy Sterigwald discusses the legalization of heroin.

John Glaser discusses why libertarians shouldn’t get to comfortable with GOP love.

Conn Hallinan discusses Canada’s complicity in Washington’s aggression.

H.H. Bhojani discusses the trauma and anxiety caused by drones.

H.H. Bhojani discusses 6 unanswered questions about Obama’s drones.

Conor Friedersdorf discusses how Dianne Feinstein exaggerates the threat of global terrorism.

Kathy Kelly discusses hunger in Afghanistan.

Sheldon Richman discusses the minimum wage.

Oliver Stone and Peter Kunzick discuss the right-wing Japanese prime minister’s plans.

Brian Terrell discusses the turning of Iowa into a war zone.

William Blum discusses how to end suicide bombings.

Carl L. Hart discusses the racist origins of laws against cocaine and crack.

Sheldon Richman discusses whether Edward Snowden is a lawbreaker or not.

Scott Stenholm interviews Jeremy Scahill.

Robert Scheer discusses the war in Afghanistan.

One of the finest rook endgames ever played.

A famous game between Capablanca and Botvinnik.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory