The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 93

Joseph R. Stromberg discusses realism vs non-intervention.

David Swanson discusses the Vietnam War 50 years later.

Andrew Levine discusses Israel and the alleged threats to it.

Shamus Cooke discusses the idea of a no-fly zone in Syria.

Lew Rockwell discusses Ron Paul’s new anti-war book.

John Feffer discusses the Kurds and the current conflicts in the Middle East.

Robert Fantina discusses Israeli missteps.

Tom Clifford discusses the first Gulf War.

Howard Lisnoff discusses a wrong argument about war and peace.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Medicare as a cancer on the body politic.

Bryan Caplan discusses his support for open borders.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses murky public support for American wars.

Ron Paul discusses whether the U.S. government should bring back internment camps.

Justin Raimondo discusses monsters in the Ukraine who were made in the U.S.A.

Karen J. Greenberg discusses the mass killer and the national security state.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses U.S. war crimes.

David S D’Amato discusses private property and coercion.

George H. Smith discusses an atheist priest with libertarian style convictions.

Cora Currier discusses civilian dead in the war against ISIS.

Justin Raimondo discusses how war is peace in the U.S. government.

Chris Woods discusses civilian dead in the war against ISIS.

Ahmad Moussa discusses the incineration of Palstinian children.

Adam Hudson discusses signature strikes.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses markets, marriage, and migration.

Thomas L. Knapp discusses the droppings of two atomic bombs and terrorism.

Mikayla Novak discusses libertarian feminism.

Glenn Greenwald discusses a recent Obama speech defending his Iran deal.

Dan Sanchez discusses state funded religious extremism in Israel.

Ivan Eland discusses why the newly created safe zone in Syria is a bad idea.

David Swanson discusses the dropping of the atomic bombs 70 years on.

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