The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 38

Patrick Cockburn discusses the growing lack of support for the Iraqi prime minister, Maliki.

Kevin Carson discusses whether government is just things we do together.

Lawrence Wright discusses the savage strategy of ISIS in Iraq.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why we need an enlightened citizenry invested in liberty.

Ajamu Baraka discusses Western policy on Iraq.

Rannie Amiri discusses ISIS and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the great unraveling of Iraq.

Chris Hedges discusses Iraq.

Michael Schwartz discusses the new oil wars in Iraq.

Ed Krayewski discusses why interventionism is a bigger threat than the Iraqi civil war.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the cracking of Iraq.

Gilbert Mercier discusses ISIS.

Jonathan Cook discusses the occupation.

Doug Bandow discusses why the U.S. should stay out of Iraq.

James Bovard discusses freedom vs medals of freedom.

Conor Friedersdorf discusses the recent release of a memo on extrajudicial killings.

Jameel Jaffer discusses the newly released drone memo.

Gene Healy discusses how both Democrats and Republicans are to blame for Iraq.

Stephen Kinzer discusses blowback in Iraq.

David Swanson discusses the drone memo.

Clancy Sigal discusses the role of armed resistance in the Civil Rights Movement.

Peter Van Buren discusses 10 reasons not to launch airstrikes in Iraq.

Steve Clemons discusses Saudi Arabia’s policy in Syria.

Dan Sanchez discusses the total state.

Shamus Cooke discusses Iraq.

Robert Fantina discusses how racism is alive and well in Israel.

Laurence M. Vance discusses why libertarians are right about drugs.

Sheldon Richman discusses U.S. aid to the Egyptian government.

Pal Benko plays a fantastic game against Israel Albert Horowitz.

Pal Benko defeats Duncan Suttles.

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