The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 36

Ivan Eland discusses why there should be no more U.S. intervention in Iraq.

Sheldon Richman discusses how the non-interventionists told you so about the Iraq War.

Vijay Prashad discusses the ISIS folks in Iraq.

Charles Hugh Smith discusses why George W. Bush and Obama’s presidencies are the two most destructive in U.S. history.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses nation-building with a national-security state.

Robert Scheer discusses Bush’s horrific Iraqi legacy. It’s a bit too Obama friendly but still good.

Sami Gillette discusses the movie, Dirty Wars.

David S. D’Amato discusses why government is not just what we do together.

Roderick Long presents the abstract for a paper on left-libertarianism.

Simon Jenkins discusses further military intervention in Iraq.

Ivan Eland discusses the worst effect of the Afghan War.

Justin Raimondo discusses whether the neocons will get away with more military intervention in Iraq.

William Loren Katz discusses the forgotten fight against fascism.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the Baghdad fear index.

Marjorie Cohn discusses Obama on the brink of war or peace.

The Daily Take Team from The Thom Hartmann Program discusses why Cheney should be rotting at the Hague rather than writing editorials.

Stephen Cox discusses isolationism and Iraq. I am not an isolationist, but this has some good points.

Laurence Vance discusses the “libertarian” statism he sees behind the proposal for a basic income.

Matt Zwolinski discusses the libertarian case for a basic income. This is provided to provide a contrast to the position above. You can judge for yourself.

Nick Gillespie discusses whether anyone will really miss Eric Cantor.

Gene Healy discusses why don’t do stupid stuff is smart foreign policy advice.

Gina O’Neil-Santiago discusses what libertarian socialism is.

Dan Sanchez discusses how statism drove Iraqis into the arms of terrorists.

John Knefel discusses the War on Terror.

Corey Robin discusses feelings about humanitarian intervention, imperialism, and militarism.

William Pfaff discusses Iraq.

Justin Dolittle discusses Gitmo and liberals.

Patrick Cockburn discusses how Obama wants the Iraqi prime minister to leave.

Savielly Tartakower defeats Geza Maroczy.

Johannes Zukertort beats Joesph Henry Blackburne.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory