The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 35

Patrick Cockburn discusses the recent Islamic fundamentalist takeovers of parts of Iraq

Justin Raimondo discusses the possibility of a third Iraq War.

Nick Sibilia discusses how cops in Texas steal millions.

Robert Fisk discusses how the Iraq crisis was created by Bush and Blair plus bankrolled by Saudi Arabia.

Uri Avnery discusses how Israel is an army that has a state.

Sheldon Richman discusses how we were warned about the rise of empire.

George H. Smith discusses Thomas Paine vs Edmund Burke. This is the eighth part of his series on the two.

Eric Margolis discusses the current situation in Iraq.

Walter Block discusses how you can’t consent to be the state’s victim.

David Stockman discusses Eric Cantor.

Kevin Carson discusses organizing high speed internet service through consumer cooperatives.

Alyssa Figueroa interviews Neil Bernstein on her book about abolishing juvenile prisons.

William Astore discusses how we are all drafted by the national security state.

Kevin Carson explains left-libertarianism.

Peter Van Buren discusses the end of the Bill of Rights.

Patrick Cockburn discusses state of Iraq and what the U.S. can do about it.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the possibility of sectarian civil war in Iraq happening again.

Michael Brenner discusses Obama and Iraq.

John V. Walsh discusses the Progressive anti-war movement.

Dan Sanchez discusses the unraveling of Iraq and Dick Cheney’s attitude towards it.

Jack Douglas discusses the U.S. supported tyrannies of the Middle East.

Ed Krayeweski discusses 5 libertarian lessons in Game of Thrones.

Adam Cohen discusses the book, Genesis: Harry Truman and the Israel-Palestinian Conflict.

Steve Chapman discusses Iraq.

Paul Detrick discusses the criminalization of Juggalos.

Kevin Carson discusses big box stores and the abuse of Hayek.

David S. D’Amato discusses whether government is the things we do together.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the latest Iraq debacle.

Gregory Kaidanov defeats Viswanathan Anand.

Gregory Kaidanov defeats Judit Polgar.

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