The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 52

Patrick Cockburn discusses the march of ISIS.

Howard Lisnoff discusses what the truth about the Vietnam War is.

George H. Smith’s 10th part of his series on social laws.

Gene Healy discusses Obama’s war powers.

Andrew Syrios discusses the left and the warfare state.

Bryan Caplan discusses conservative relativism.

Abigail Hall discusses radioactive fallout in Fallujah.

William N. Grigg discusses the demonizing of Muslims.

Robert Fisk discusses the internet and ISIS.

Ron Paul discusses Ebola and limiting government.

Roy Eidelson and Trudy Bond discuss new evidence linking the CIA to the APA’s “War on Terror” ethics.

James Bovard discusses how Obama wants to fight extremism with extremism.

Winslow Myers discusses the insanity of endless war.

Dr. Binoy Kampmark discusses the folly of arming governments.

Jason Byas discusses why student libertarians shouldn’t hide their anarchism.

Yigit Guany discuses the half-truth about ISIS and imperialist violence.

Richard M. Ebeling discuses radicalism and free market thinking.

Michael Holtzman discusses Obama’s new war in the Middle East.

Alyssa Rohricht discusses force feeding and detainees held by the U.S. government.

Kevin Edmonds and Ajamu Nangwaya discusses the occupation of Haiti by U.N. troops.

Justin Raimondo discusses the insanity of U.S. foreign policy.

Walter Olson discusses the recent spate of gay marriage rulings in the U.S.

Sheldon Richman discusses the fearmongering surrounding ISIS.

Walter Block discusses libertarianism.

Gregory Elich discusses Western support for the Khmer Rouge.

Trevor Hultner discusses Krugman on Obama.

David Swanson discusses faulty arguments for war.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the failure of CIA arming of rebel groups.

Garry Kasparov beats Jan Timman.

Garry Kasparov beats Lajos Portisch.

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