The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 50

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the blank check for war.

Jacob Sullum discusses the 6 ways in which Obama contradicts himself on the war against ISIS.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses whether America will learn from its Middle East mistakes.

Joseph R. Stromberg discusses Tyler Cowen’s new book.

Kevin Carson discusses a new Reason poll.

David Stockman discusses the situation in Syria.

Nick Turse discusses piracy in Africa.

Avens O’Brien discusses the unintended consequences of foreign intervention.

John Stossel discusses freedom of choice and politicians wanting to ban stuff.

Wendy McElroy discusses voting and libertarian ethics.

Wendy McElroy discusses racism and libertarianism.

Sheldon Richman discusses how foreign intervention impacts freedom at home.

Patrick Cockburn discusses British entry into the war against ISIS.

Franklin Lamb discusses engaging the Syrian opposition with more than just weapons.

Joeva Rock discusses militarizing the Ebola crisis.

Eric Margolis discusses U.S. policy in Afghanistan.

George H. Smith discusses the sociological views of Durkheim.

Laurence M. Vance discusses the I was just doing my job excuse for cops and soldiers.

Shamus Cooke discusses potential war with the Syrian government.

David Swanson discusses ending the war today.

Ben Schreiner discusses a reference guide to the new war.

Tarqi Ali discusses Middle Eastern politics with Patrick Cockburn.

Kent McManigal discusses libertarianism.

David S. D’Amato discusses politics being out of style.

Coleen Rowley discusses the different reactions to beheading and drone killings.

Patrick Cockburn discusses ISIS at the gates of Baghdad.

Rannie Amiri discusses the repressive monarchies allied with the U.S. against ISIS.

Robert Parry discusses neocon policy proposals for Syria.

Aron Nimzowitsch defeats Akiba Rubinstein.

Bobby Fischer defeats Lhamsuren Myagmarsuren.

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