The Weekly Libertarian Leftist and Chess Review 65

Charles Sevilla reviews a book on drone killing.

Ludwig Watzal reviews a book on dissent in Palestine and Israel.

Wendy McElroy discusses Louis Bromfield.

Peter Bistoletti discusses the state as crime.

Muhammad Sahimi discusses how Western foreign policy empowers Islamists.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses lessons for winning liberty in a world of statism.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses how the U.S. embargo on Cuba came about.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the cause of the Paris attacks.

James Bovard discusses Obama and censorship.

Chris Floyd discusses airstrikes in Syria that killed civilians.

Bionic Mosquito discusses violent extremism and governments.

Kevin Carson discusses the Koch Brothers and libertarianism.

Cindybiondigobrecht discusses how Obamacare forced her to be dependent on the state.

Chase Madar discusses seven incomplete essays on torture.

Sheldon Richman discusses the motivation behind the Paris attacks.

John V. Walsh discusses the Paris terrorist attacks and colonialism.

David S D’Amato discusses decentralism.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses how victims of war and terrorism lose their individuality.

John V. Denson discusses war revisionism, fascism, and the CIA.

Arthur Silber discusses the Paris attacks and violence.

Sheldon Richman discusses the open society and its worst enemies.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the presidential authority to assassinate.

W. James Antle III discusses the GOP becoming libertarian.

Dana Goldstein discusses how liberals helped build prison America.

Conor Friedersdorf discusses how the Iraq War empowered the Iranian regime.

Stanton Peele discusses drug addiction.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory