Ivan Eland discusses the different responses to terrorism in West Africa and the Middle East.
Ivan Eland discusses why Israel needs tough love.
Charles Pierson discusses drone proliferation.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses conservative blindness on Iran.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses separating charity and state.
Veronique de Rugy discusses the import-export bank, corporate welfare, and the Democrats.
Matt Peppe discusses Israeli aggression couched in defensive rhetoric.
James E. Miller discusses conservatism against rolling back the state.
Michael S. Rozeff discusses Venezuelan sanctions, U.S. dominance, and the power elite.
Conor Friedersdorf discusses ill fated wars and their supporters.
James Peron discusses why there is nothing libertarian about conservatism.
Patrick Cockburn discusses life under ISIS.
Patrick Cockburn discusses the story of a Jihadi who left ISIS.
Patrick Cockburn discusses an ISIS siege.
Linn Washington discusses the U.S. failure to address police brutality and racism.
Touraj Daryaee discusses warmongers who refuse to learn from history.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses a nanny state failure.
David Axe discusses Andrew Cockburn’s book on high value targeting.
Wendy McElroy discusses how America became the world’s policemen.
Belen Fernandez discusses Blackwater and the Iraq War anniversary.
Mitchell Plitnick discusses why the recent victory of the Israeli right is troubling.
Sanford Ikeda discusses trading with the “other”.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses the good and bad of drones.
Bionic Mosquito discusses political mass murder.
Ramzy Baroud discusses the Islamic State as a Western thing.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses whether it matters who is elected president or not.
Joseph R. Stromberg discusses a book on Thomas Paine and Edmund Burke.
Kelly Vlahos discusses America’s warlords in Afghanistan.
Jeffrey St. Clair discusses torture.
Leonard C. Goodman discusses Yemen as an example of the failure of Obama’s drone policy.