The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 104

Ran HaCohen discusses the current conflict in Jerusalem and the intentions of the Israeli government.

Andrew J. Bacevich discusses whether the U.S. can leave Afghanistan or not.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses individualism vs sacrificial collectivism.

George H. Smith discusses John Locke’s justification of private property.

Sarah Lazare discusses a new study showing corporate media refuse to acknowledge civilian victims of US wars.

Vijay Prashad discusses intifada and Palestine.

Jeff Faux discusses collateral damage and Afghanistan.

Matt Peppe discusses the claim that Cuban troops are in Syria.

Noam Sheizaf discusses the ongoing conflict in Jerusalem.

Dan Sanchez discusses hypocrisy and empire.

Ivan Eland discusses foreign policy and the presidential debates.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Nazi Germany and gun control.

James Bovard discusses mandatory voting.

Sheldon Richman discusses U.S. policy in the Middle East and instability.

Sonali Kolhatkar discusses the need to end the drone wars.

Laurence M. Vance discusses social security.

Stephen P. Halbrook discusses the disarming of Jews in Nazi Germany.

David Paulmbo-Liu discusses what the NYT gets wrong in its Israel-Palestine coverage.

Uri Avnery discusses recent violence in Israel.

Sheldon Richman discusses restrictions on liberty.

Omar Barghouti discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Veronique de Rugy discusses the Ex-Im Bank.

Justin Raimondo discusses lessons of the Cuban missile crisis.

Dave Lindorff discusses the casual use of undercover cops.

Abubakar N. Kasim discusses the humanity of refugees.

Roderick Long discusses juries and race.

Natasha Lennard discusses Bibi’s recent Holocaust claim.

Brian Cloughley discusses the rise of Japanese militarism.

Rob Urie discusses the need to rise up to end police terror.

Thomas Knapp discusses who owns your vote.

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