The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 28

Michael Uhl discusses the murder of a Brazilian torturer who confessed to his crime.

John Grant discusses Losing Tim: A Memoir.

Troy Camplin reviews Literature and the Economics of Liberty: Spontaneous Order in Culture.

Michael S. Rozeff discusses why libertarians should still embrace the non-aggression principle

William L. Anderson discusses Republican governors who are against the Bill of Rights.

Joe Scarry discusses U.S. military advisers in Southeast Asia.

Patrick Cockburn discusses Tony Blair’s ignoring of Saudi Arabia as prime source of terrorism and Islamic fundamentalism.

Paul Rosenberg discusses the truth about war heroes.

Justin Raimondo discusses Obama’s pivot to Asia.

W. James Antle III discusses the libertarian right’s issue with plagiarism and conspiracy theories.

Cathy Reisenwitz discusses why Republicans should get to know their enemy on income inequality.

Steve Chapman discusses the hawkishness of Hilary Clinton.

Brian Doherty reviews The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Forgotten Rights of the Poor.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses U.S. intervention in Venezuela and Egypt.

John Glaser discusses how the U.S. supports regimes that support terrorism.

Justin Raimondo discusses the lamentation of a neocon.

David R. Henderson discusses an economist’s case for a non-interventionist foreign policy.

Kevin Gosztola discusses transparency on drone strikes.

Bill discusses how a slave society is a polite society for the government.

Thomas L. Knapp discusses Israel and apartheid.

Laurence M. Vance discusses he phony conservative war.

Gene Healy dicusses why Obama is right on pardoning non-violent drug offenders.

Jason Brennan discusses the three types of democratic citizens.

Ed Krayewski discusses why it’s not World War 3.

John R. Graham discusses whether the Canadian middle class is doing better than the American one.

Jacob Sullum discusses Obama’s plan to grant clemency to non-violent drug offenders.

Daniel J. D’Amico discusses four things you should know about mass imprisonment.

George C. Leef reviews Go Directly to Jail: The Criminalization of Almost Everything.

Judit Polgar wins against Anatoly Karpov.

Judit Polgar defeats Garry Kasparov.

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