Justin Raimondo discusses the proposed AUMF to wage war on ISIS.
Michael Uhl discusses a documentary on the Vietnam War and Bobby Kennedy.
George H. Smith discusses persecution of freethinkers.
Nick Alexandrov discusses Obama’s legacy in Honduras.
Shane Smith discusses Tom Cotton.
Doug Bandow discusses six allies worth divorcing.
Jan Jarboe Russell discusses five surprises about WW2 internment.
Andy Piascik discusses Vietnam and unpleasant truth.
Gareth Porter discusses U.S. – Iranian negotiations.
Sheldon Richman discusses the humble libertarian.
Matt Peppe discusses Israeli abuse of children from Palestine and U.S. complicity.
Teun van Dongen discusses drone strikes and the sanitization of violence.
Elizabeth R. Beavers discusses curbing Obama’s endless war power.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses whether America is on the road to serfdom.
Marjorie Cohn discusses Obama’s request for a Congressional rubber stamp for his perpetual war on ISIS.
Andrew Bacevich discusses how Congress can use Obama’s AUMF request to debate the premises behind the War on Terror.
Michael Horton discusses setting the stage for a new proxy war in Yemen.
Patrick Cockburn discusses the potential fight for Mosul.
Abby Martin discusses word games.
Ajamu Baraka discusses Obama’s legacy of war and liberal accommodation.
Trevor Timm discusses Obama, the media, and the GOP concurring on war against ISIS.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses conservative blindness to principle.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses whether the U.S. invasion of Iraq brought freedom to Iraqis.
Sheldon Richman discusses healthcare and the economic way of thinking.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses the case for optimism in the realm of foreign policy.
W. James Antle the Third discusses Jeb Bush’s foreign policy.
Michael Welton discusses the propagandists of empire.
Uri Avnery discusses the fallacy of rising anti-semitism.
Luciana Bohne discusses the logic of the imperial security state.