The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 64

Ron Jacobs discusses free speech in Manhattan.

Dave Lindorff discusses the Philly cop chief and a newspaper.

Carl Finamore discusses making black lives matter in 2015.

Dr. Binoy Kampmark discusses China in the Balkans.

Bruce Fein discusses abolishing the CIA.

FEE features selections from Max Weber discussing the inherently violent character of the state.

Jeffrey Tucker discusses taking back the word liberal for liberty.

Chance M.E. Davis discusses the private space industry.

Mikayla Novak discusses the great enrichment, network theory, and the liberation of women.

Jacob Sullum discusses whether Obama the drug warrior is becoming the drug reformer.

Jesse Walker discusses a public-private partnership in the service of the War on Drugs.

Norman Solomon discusses a CIA whistleblower.

Gareth Porter discusses the real politics behind the U.S. war on ISIS.

Marjorie Cohn discusses how killer drones are an extension of American exceptionalism.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the war against ISIS.

Ivan Eland discusses what motivates ISIS.

Laurence M. Vance discusses the torture report.

Richard Ebeling discusses a possible New Year’s resolution for friends of liberty.

George Leef discusses making 2015 the year of repealing bad laws.

Wendy McElroy discusses food freedom.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses conservative hypocrisy on the Cuban embargo.

Charles Pierson discusses the year in drones.

Abby Martin discusses troop worship.

Bionic Mosquito discusses WW2.

James Peron discusses Rand Paul’s response to the Paris terrorist attacks.

Brian Cloughley discusses the nature of the U.S. torturers.

John Chuckman discusses what war looks like.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses the Paris attacks.

Fabiano Caurana beats Ivan Saric.

Fabiano Caurana beats Anish Giri.

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