The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 30

David Stockman discusses how the Vietnam War led to the war in Afghanistan and other wars today.

Justin Raimondo discusses the troubling return of nationalism.

Jayel Aheram discusses how Malala Yousafzai is being used as a puppet for imperialism.

Philip Giraldi discusses torture, the Senate, and the CIA.

Conor Friedersdorf discusses how No Place to Hide is a conservative critique of a radical NSA.

Alexander Reid Ross discusses drones over Nigeria.

Ramzy Baroud discusses what the media is not telling us about Yemen.

Peter Lee discusses local nationalism and big bullies.

Andrew Levine discusses the Cold War Obama-style.

Franklin Lamb discusses Palestinian refugees coming from Syria to Lebanon.

Alyssa Rohricht discusses the mantra of the NSA.

Medea Benjamin discusses the promotion resulting from killing a 16 year old via drone.

Jeff Ricketson discusses fractal libertarianism.

Pepe Escobar discusses the pivot to Eurasia.

Roderick Long discusses strong words and large letters.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the FBI, NSA, and reforms.

Shikha Dalmia discusses why Muslim bashing by Bill Mahr is uncool.

Matthew M. Robare discusses Glenn Greenwald and Noam Chomsky speaking together.

J.D. Tuccille discusses the late R.J. Rummel’s work on death from government.

Brian Dohetry discusses Robert Sarvis.

Paul Hein discusses the irrelevance of government.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why conservatives are doomed.

Lawrence Samuels discusses Mussolini’s place on the left-right political spectrum.

Alex R. Knight III discusses defending the state.

Jacob G. Hornberger and Sheldon Richman present The Libertarian Angle.

Margaret Kimberly discusses the situation in Nigeria.

Wendy Call discusses how the War on Drugs destroys lives.

Eric Margolis discusses the bridge that began the Great War.

Ernst Gruenfeld beats the great Alexander Alekhine.

Ernst Gruenfeld draws with David Janowski

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