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Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the hypothetical scenario of assassinating drug users.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses Jackson State and forgotten history.
Johnny Barber discusses the never-ending Nakba.
Sheldon Richman discusses the lies of empire and the Osama Bin Laden killing.
Jared Labell discusses libertarians and political violence.
Laurence M. Vance discusses what we should be saying to veterans.
Robert Fantina discusses Christian and Islamic fundamentalism.
Michael S. Rozeff discusses why Osama Bin Laden was killed.
Douglas Valentine discusses the Phoenix Program and torture.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses why spending and redistribution are not the answers to slow growth.
Amira Hass discusses Israeli colonialism.
John Feffer discusses celebrating destruction.
Ramzy Baroud discusses the Nabka and refugees.
Uri Avnery discusses the second Israeli invasion of Lebanon.
Jonathan Cook discusses humanitarian double standards in Israel.
Dave Lindorff discusses the potential jailing of a person captured at age 15.
Linn Washington Jr. discusses the bombing of MOVE.
Chris Floyd discusses the use of U.S. provided cluster bombs in Yemen.
Bo Filter discusses nuclear war.
Carol Miller discusses special ops training and the response of progressives.
Lawrence Samuels discusses the importance of chaology to liberty.
Cory Massimino discusses non-aggression, self-defense, and the death penalty.
David S. D’Amato discusses a new lexicon of liberty.
Billy Christmas discusses the Tory victory.
Kevin Carson discusses how wealth is already being redistributed by heavy taxation.
Erick Vasconcelos discusses Rothbard’s perversion of Marx.
Donald Devine discusses how to fight the bureaucratic state.
Dr. T.P. Wilkinson discusses the legacy of the Vietnam War.
Marc Victor discusses the increasingly libertarian world we live in.
Sara Mayeux discusses the dark side of police reform.
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