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Gene Healy discusses who the most militarist of the candidates is.
Robert Golan-Vilella discusses law in a time of endless war.
Matt Peppe discusses Carter’s bloodstained legacy.
Neve Gordon discusses forced feeding in Israel.
Dr. Ramzy Baroud discusses the refugee crisis resulting from the 2011 Libyan War.
Joseph Stromberg discusses America as the neo-British empire.
Lucy Steigerwald discusses Ron Paul’s new book via an interview with him.
Justin Raimondo discusses the return of Judith Miller.
David Bromwich discusses the return of the neoconservative empire.
Nick MacWilliam discusses U.S. support for Pinochet’s head of secret police.
Jonathan Marshall discusses the Honduran coup’s ugly aftermath.
Laurence M. Vance discusses GOP hypocrisy on Planned Parenthood.
James Bovard discusses Eric Holder’s legacy.
Vic Allen reviews a book on U.S. military basing.
Maggie McNeill discusses sex work decriminalization.
Ivan Eland discusses presidents who’ve exceeded their historical reputations.
Dan Sanchez discusses the militarization of the superhero.
John C. O’Day discusses giving war a chance.
Paul Mueller discusses Adam Smith on sympathy.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses the free market vs the bureaucratic state.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Hitler, Mussolini, Khrushchev, and Trump.
Sam Husseini discusses Bernie Sander’s take on Saudi intervention in Yemen.
Ramzy Baroud discusses upcoming wars in Libya.
Jonathan Cook discusses Israel’s thug at the UN.
Nicola Perugini and Neve Gordon discuss a case before the Israeli Supreme Court.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses libertarianism and immigration policy.
Sheldon Richman discusses Donald Trump’s views on trade.
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