The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 22

Joel Schlosberg discusses how privacy and sausages are unlike laws.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the road from hell in Syria.

JP Sottile discusses drones.

Ryan McMaken discusses crony capitalism and the transcontinental railroads.

Justin Raimondo discusses Israel and the conservative movement.

Stephen Kinzer discusses the end of American hubris.

Ted Snider discusses 21st century coups.

Kenan Malik discusses dieudonne.

George Leef reviews a book on boom-bust and Austrian economics.

Nilantha ilangamuwa discusses the politics of Henry Kissinger.

Zoltan Grossman discusses Ukranian fascists

Gary Younge discusses the dark side of the CIA involvement in the War on Terror.

David S. D’ Amato discusses Ayn Rand and Max Stirner’s egoism.

Kelley B. Vlahos discusses the Afghan elections.

Gene Healy discusses why it’s good to steal from the state.

Jacob Sullum discusses U.N. drug warriors.

Nick Gillespie discusses how the FDA can kill you.

John Vaught LaBeaume discusses why he won’t attend CPAC.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses government telling us what we can and can’t eat.

Richard Ebeling discusses the continued relevance of Hayek’s road to serfdom.

Philip Smith discusses Asha Bandele’s interview with Michelle Alexander.

Anthony Gregory discusses the use of the war metaphor.

Philip Giraldi discusses the complicity of doctors in torture.

Nick Turse discusses U.S. military expansion into Africa.

Jeffrey Tucker contrasts brutalist with humane libertarianism.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses why the current CIA director needs to resign.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the blurring of the line between cops and soldiers.

Patrick Cockburn discusses conflict between Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Emanuel Lasker does a fantastic double bishop sacrifice.

Emanuel Lasker plays a great game against Capablanca.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory