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Lucy Steigerwald discusses how Federal agencies do whatever they want.
Steve Horowitz discusses income inequality and cronyism.
Alex Kane discusses the use of the word terrorism.
Sheldon Richman discusses the prohibition and regulation of intoxicating liquors.
Nathan Goodman discusses how fear helps the expansion of state power.
Thomas L. Knapp discusses voting or not voting and complaining.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses separation of economy and state.
Ismael Hossein-Zadeh discusses ISIS as useful enemy.
Gary Leupp discusses the continued presence of the neocons.
John Feffer discusses a rebellion in the ranks of NATO.
Uri Avnery discusses Netanyahu
Gabriele vom Bruck discusses the Houthi advance on Yemen’s capital.
Ron Jacobs discusses the media and the paranoid state.
Christopher Brauchli discusses Blackwater.
John Stanton discusses fascism American style.
John Grant discusses Thomas Friedman.
Cesar Chelala discusses bringing peace and books to Colombia.
George H. Smith discusses David Hume.
J. Arthur Bloom discusses how the Koch Brothers are more anti-war than The Center for American Progress.
Wendy McElroy discusses Ebola and free markets.
Sandy Ikeda discusses the power of no.
Kelly Vlahos discusses COIN doctrine and John Nagl.
Eric Margolis discusses the 4th British defeat in Afghanistan.
Ryan McMaken discusses the corporatist Olympics.
Patrick Cockburn discusses the Libyan aftermath.
Michael S. Rozeff discusses the War on Terror.
David Swanson discusses electoral choices.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses Bejnamin Constant.
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