The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 61

George H. Smith begins discussing the ideas of Bishop Butler.

Matt Peppe discusses the U.S. invasion of Panama.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the torture report.

Kevin Carson discusses the question that Michael Lind has yet to answer.

David Roediger discusses the defenders of police violence.

David Stockman discusses Wall Street crony capitalist plunder.

Sheldon Richman discusses getting away with torture.

David S. D’Amato discusses Pierre-Joseph Proudhon.

Gary Leupp discusses Paul Wolfowitz and the torture report.

Jacob Sullum discusses why torture is always wrong.

Randall Holcombe discusses normalizing relations with Cuba.

Pat Kennelly discusses the year in Afghanistan.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the obscenity of respectable politics.

Laurence M. Vance discusses detainees in U.S. prisons.

Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses sexual autonomy.

Henry A. Giroux discusses America’s addiction to torture.

Stephen Kinzer discusses quitting Afghanistan and Iraq.

Jo-Marie Burt discusses the lesson of Latin America for the U.S.

Leon Hadar discusses a new neocon book.

Justin Raimondo discusses why the U.S. government tortured.

Uri Avnery discusses whether the U.S. will decline to veto a U.N. resolution unfavorable to the Israeli government.

Rob Urie discusses torture and state power.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the normalization of relations with Cuba.

Philip Peters discusses the chance for a new policy towards Cuba.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the difference between libertarians and conservatives on torture.

Andrew Levine discusses a Hilary victory.

Zoltan Grossman discusses how the war at home and war abroad are similar.

Lawrence Davidson discusses the futility of torture.

Mark Taimanov defeats Anatoly Karpov

Mark Taimanov defeats Alexsander A Shashin.

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