The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 105

Dan Sanchez discusses the neocon hunger for universal empire.

Ivan Eland discusses how endless war makes Americans less safe.

Jim Lobe discusses a 2016 neocon manifesto.

Patrick Cockburn discusses Tony Blair’s recent apology for the Iraq War.

George H. Smith discusses some problems in John Locke’s theory of property.

Roderick T. Long discusses the provision of public services in ancient Athens.

Medea Benjamin discusses how Hilary Clinton hasn’t learned a thing from Iraq.

Philip Giraldi discusses the mainstreaming of assassination.

Uri Avnery discusses Adolf, Amin, and Bibi.

Charles Paul Freund discusses Muslim heroes of the Holocaust.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the Palestinian people vs the Palestinian Authority.

Ron Paul discusses why we must oppose Obama’s escalation of war in the Middle East.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the Supreme Court and the New Deal era.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the welfare state.

Scott McPherson discusses the American rejection of Clinton on gun control.

Joshua Frank discusses Syria.

Vijay Prashad discusses the Afghan war

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why libertarians don’t compromise.

Christopher Preble discusses whether empire is inevitable or not.

Trevor Timm discusses Obama’s latest broken promise.

Ron Paul discusses why repentant pro-war people should spare us apologies and just stop promoting war.

Daniel L. Davis discusses whether keeping 10,000 troops in Iraq would have prevented the rise of ISIS.

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