The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 58

David S. D’Amato discusses equality and libertarianism.

David Vine and Nick Turse discuss U.S. bases in the Middle East.

David Stockman discusses how the war party won.

Doug Bandow discusses why North Korea should be talked to.

Grant Babcock discusses non-violence and modern libertarianism.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Max Boot’s plan for Iraq.

Lawrence Wittner discusses whether wars defend American freedom or not.

Brian Terrell discusses drone strikes and protests to stop them.

David S D’Amato discusses top down anti-poverty efforts.

Glenn Greenwald discusses who the victims of drone attacks are.

Stephen Kinzer discusses why sending troops will not fix Iraq’s problems.

Steve Coll discusses drone warfare.

Dave Lindorff discusses the metasizing of the police state in America.

Sheldon Richman discusses Hilary Clinton and Henry Kissinger.

Faiza Patel discusses the recent Obama admin statement on torture.

Sheldon Richman discusses natural law and immigration politics.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the torture report.

Gwynne Dyer discusses how Western militarism fuels blowback.

Grant Babcock discusses breaking away from conservatism.

Spencer Ackerman discuses drone strikes and accuracy.

Kathy Kelly discusses Obama’s expansion of war in Afghanistan.

Jason Brennan discusses the morality of killing government agents.

Tom Engelhardt discusses Iraq War 4.0

Kevin Carson discusses how state justice failed Michael Brown.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the Hunger Game movies and war.

Dave Lindorff discusses Michael Brown’s killing.

Najdorf beats Averbakh.

Najdorf beats anonymous player.

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The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory