The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 51

Cory Massimino discusses Ron Paul and thick/thin libertarianism.

Ryan Calhoun discusses the anarchist as lover.

Anthony Gregory discusses modern Progressive class analysis.

Stephen Kinzer discusses lessons to be learned from WW2.

W.T. Whitney Jr. discusses U.S. intervention in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Michael Tracey discusses how the Center for American Progress is selling out the anti-war left.

Dave Lindorff discusses whether the new war in Syria is a war crime or not.

Peter Certo discusses the new war in Syria and Iraq.

Daniel Pye interviews John Pilger on Cambodia and U.S. policy.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the new phone standards and law enforcement access.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses freedom and exception making to it.

Jason Hirthler discusses the new war in Iraq and Syria.

Dan Glazebrook discusses the war in Syria.

Ben Reynolds discusses the absence of moderate Syrian rebels.

Wendy McElroy discusses how legitimate rights belong to us all.

Sheldon Richman discusses U.S. policy and alienation of Muslims.

Justin Raimondo discusses empire and liberalism.

David S. D’Amato discusses open competition as a remedy to corporate power.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the legacy of Hayek.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the impending ISIS takeover of a Kurdish town.

Kevin Carson discusses Damon Linker’s recent critique of libertarianism.

Sarah Lazare discusses ending the war in Afghanistan.

Yasmin Nair discusses how liberals helped build prison America.

Justin Raimondo discusses the reasons for the new war.

Lucy Steigerwald discuses whether Obama is better on foreign policy than Bush.

Kevin Keating discusses the breakdown of state militarties and G.I. resistance.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses Leon Panetta’s memoir.

Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses the practice of making rape victims pay for their own examinations.

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