The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 60

Matt Peppe discusses Israrel’s nuclear weapons.

Clint Townsend discusses Nathaniel Branden.

Jacob Heilbrunn discusses the myth of the ‘liberal” New Republic.

David Harsanyi discusses how stupid laws get people killed.

Bryan Caplan discusses Paul Krugman’s case against open borders.

Claire Wolfe discusses Eric Garner and police brutality.

Jacob H. Huebert discusses improving thyself.

Lawrence W. Reed discusses 10 rules for advancing liberty.

Baylen J. Linnekin discusses the vestiges of prohibition.

Butler Shaffer discusses Nathaniel Branden.

Jack Perry discusses Eric Garner.

Peter Frase discusses how the police are primarily a danger to others.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the purist approach to libertarianism.

Stephen Kinzer discusses why joining the military doesn’t make you a hero.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses government intervention into our lives.

Larry Rohter interviews someone on Operation Condor.

Reason has a forum on libertarian approaches to foreign policy.

Binoy Kampmark discusses a recent congressional resolution directed at Russia.

Chris Floyd discusses Obama’s reaction to the torture report.

Alex S. Vitale discusses why we need fewer cops.

Justin Raimondo discusses the torture report.

Scott McConnell discusses The New Republic.

Sheldon Richman discusses Eric Garner, smuggling, and cigarette taxes.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses war, torture, and the other.

Matthew Gault discusses how the Soviet and Nazi regimes used torture.

Sheldon Richman discusses Nathaniel Branden.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses the CIA’s disgrace.

Colten Stokes discusses how U.S. torture predates 9-11.

Alexander Alekhine defeats Efim Bogoljubov.

Alexander Alekhine defeats Richard Reti.

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