The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 62

Doug Bandow discusses the U.S. government’s partnership with the repressive Egyptian regime.

Wendy McElroy discusses statolatry.

Michael Brenner discusses the CIA.

Melvin A. Goodman discusses lies and spies.

Greg Grandin discusses how the Iraq War became in Panama.

Johanna Fernandez discusses the anti-police brutality movements.

Justin Logan discusses a new neocon book.

Jesse Walker discusses centralized policing.

Geoffrey Macdonald discusses the uses of the torture scandal.

Ivan Eland discusses why torture is indefensible.

Dave Lindorff discusses vigiliantism.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the power of the president to torture and assassinate.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses why Elizabeth Warren is right about the recent budget bill.

George Leef discusses government rigged markets.

Gareth Porter discusses why torture occurred.

Jane Mayer discusses the real torture patriots.

George F. Will discusses overcriminalization.

David H. Price discusses how the CIA sold Obama on counter-insurgency related targeted assassinations.

Kelly Vlahos discuses how Afghanistan is still in trouble.

Joel Schlosberg discusses the Christmas Truce.

Jason Kuzniciki discusses three arguments against war.

Chances M.E. Davies discusses the creation of the Federal Reserve.

Julian Adorney discusses peacekeeping without the police.

Scott McPherson discusses police brutality.

Missy Beattie discusses anti-police brutality protests.

John Laforge discusses the lack of criminal prosecutions for torture.

Rachel Shabi discusses why U.S. torture was not a surprise for the Arab world.

Gareth Porter discusses why Obama won’t make a deal with Iran.

Alex Yermonlinsky defeats Emory Tate.

Ashot Anastasian loses to Alex Yermonlinsky.

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The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory