The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 125

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why open borders is the only moral and practical solution.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses whether we are experiencing a new libertarian moment or not.

Thomas L. Knapp discusses the courage of Muhammad Ali.

Kevin Gosztlda discusses the hypocrisy of Hilary Clinton.

Alastair Sloan discusses repression in Bahrain.

Rich Gibson discusses Bob Kerrey and the Vietnam War.

David S D’Amato discusses a book on the Constitution and liberty.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Muhammad Ali vs the national security state.

Glenn Greenwald and Andrew Fishman discuss a new New York law targeting BDS.

Ivan Eland discusses Muhammad Ali and patriotism.

Ben Norton discusses the killing of civilians by U.S. drone strikes.

Charles V. Pena discusses whether perpetual U.S. intervention in the Middle East will stop terror.

Phyllis Bennis discusses Hilary Clinton on foreign policy.

Jonathan Cook discusses peace plans and the present Israeli govt.

Grant Babcock discusses whether rights are a religious concept or not.

Roderick T. Long discusses Ancient Greek philosophy and liberty.

Rebecca Gordon discusses American torturer.s

Daniel Larison discusses the U.N.’s approach to the Saudi war on Yemen.

Bryan Caplan discusses how the exclusion of foreigners is worse than censorship or other illiberal measures.

Jeffrey A. Tucker discusses libertarianism as a third political option.

Kevin Carson discusses a very bad criticism of corporate welfare.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses leaving North Korea alone.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses liberty vs paternalism in America.

Doug Bandow discusses how sanctions on North Korea hurt ordinary people.

Laurie Calhoun discusses drone strikes.

Phyllis Bennis discusses Muhammad Ali, racism, and anti-war politics.

Dennis J. Bernstein discusses calling out drone war as a war crime.

Uri Avnery discusses Israeli politics and peace efforts.

Jim Miles reviews a book on the war for the Greater Middle East.

George H. Smith discusses Kant on spontaneous order.

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Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory