The Weekly Libertarian Leftist And Chess Review 63

Helen Dale discusses stories vs numbers.

Bruce Fein discusses the AWOL status of Congress on drones.

Kathy Deacon discusses a book on the revolutionary war.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the reason for torture.

Joseph Stromberg discusses command posts and the state.

Patrick Cockburn discusses ISIS.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the CIA.

Leonard C. Goodman discusses blowback.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the new year and liberty.

Anthony Gregory discusses mass killings by Stalin and Hitler.

Uri Avnery discusses the connection between archaeology and ideology in the Middle East.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses voluntary vs mandatory charity.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses the opening with Cuba.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses new gun control measures in Virginia.

Scott Beauchamp discusses the bipartisan war consensus.

Deepak Tripathi discusses the Afghan war.

Jack A. Smith discusses the New Year and the ongoing wars.

Noah Berlatsky discusses a book on international human rights law.

Timothy P. Carney discusses the ex-im bank and crony capitalism.

Ivan Eland discusses why hysteria over Sony hacking is unwarranted.

Kent Paterson discusses migrant family detentions.

Kevin Carson discusses a critique of his thought.

Kevin Carson discusses whether capitalism could reconstitute itself with private armies.

Gary Chartier discusses the imperial presidency.

Bruce Fein discusses why the U.S. government shouldn’t promote democracy abroad.

Fernando Teson discusses the uneasy marriage of liberty and democracy.

Miroslav Filip defeats Vaclav Brat.

Miroslav Filip defeats Wolfgang Unzicker.

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