The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 88

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the non-existent differences between liberals and conservatives.

David S. D’Amato discusses Henry Meulen.

Robert Parry discusses the NYT’s Orwellian view of Ukraine.

Philip Giraldi discusses why Obama won’t end police militarization.

Ivan Eland discusses how U.S. military intervention makes Middle Eastern turmoil worse.

Ramzy Baroud discusses why Iran is not blameless.

David S. D’Amato discusses progressives who oppose liberal values.

Adam Hudson discusses torture and existing law.

Chase Madar discusses humanitarian interventionists.

Randy Barnett discusses the racist legacy of Woodrow Wilson.

David S. D’Amato discusses jury nullification.

Zaid Jilani discusses Obama’s drone war.

William Astore discusses American addiction to war.

Dan Glazebrook discusses why the Yemen peace talks collapsed.

Eric Draitser and Ramiro S. Funez discuss the coup in Honduras.

David S. D’Amato discusses decentralism on both the left and the right.

Ryan McMaken discusses self-determination and secession.

Daniel Pryor discusses libertarianism, Peter Singer, and altruism.

Elias Isquith discusses Max Bluemnthal’s new book via interview.

Stephen Davies discusses Ian Morris’s book.

Zuri Davis discusses why government should not be involved in marriage.

Jack Balkwill discusses the War on Terror.

Shane Smith discusses how the philosophy of liberty transcends political labels.

Neve Gordon and Nicola Perugini discusses the problems with human rights organizations.

Alice Salles discusses ending marriage licensing.

John Wight discusses why the Confederacy was the Islamic State of its time.

Dan Sanchez discusses Israel and war.

Uri Avnery discusses charges of Israeli war crimes.

Daniel Lazare discusses the neocon embrace of Al-Qaeda.

Sheldon Richman discusses Scalia’s anti-Enlightenment worldview.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory