The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 75

Uri Avnery discusses what the Israeli left should do.

D. Brady Nelson discusses government regulation as a hidden tax.

Sheldon Richman discusses rethinking the U.S.-Israeli relationship.

Justin Raimondo discusses Bibi as George Wallace.

Kevin Carson discusses Thomas Piketty’s book on capital.

Robert VerBruggen discusses a book on gun control in Nazi Germany.

Bruce Fein discusses counter-terrorism policy and stupidity.

Tom Switzer discusses myths about the Iraq War.

Patrick Cockburn discusses Tony Blair and the Middle East.

Rebecca Gordon discusses the War on Drugs in Afghanistan and Mexico.

Chris Rufer discusses corporate welfare.

William Smith discusses food freedom and community.

Lawrence Davidson discusses the recent Israeli vote for the right.

Christopher Burg discusses why he won’t get involved in politics again.

Laurence M. Vance discusses Hilary Clinton as a conservative Republican.

Dave Lindorff discusses making enemies via drones in Yemen.

Binoy Kampmark discusses Australia in Afghanistan.

Dan Sanchez discusses why Ron Paul is right about Ukraine.

Bionic Mosquito discusses prelude to war.

Bionic Mosquito discusses famine under Stalin.

Adam Hudson discusses torture in American history.

David Swanson discusses why Bill Maher is not our best weapon against ISIS.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses a world without the welfare state.

Sheldon Richman discusses why mandatory voting is a bad idea.

Mikayla Novak discusses household production from a libertarian feminist perspective.

Todd E. Pierce discusses fascism and neocons.

Laurence M. Vance discusses dress codes, employment, and religion.

Sheldon Richman discusses how many rights we have.

Adil E. Shamoo and Bonnie Bricker discusses why ISIS exists.

Paul Craig Roberts discusses how the regime became murder inc.

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