The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 127

Glenn Greenwald discusses the hawkishness of Hilary Clinton.

Peter Van Buren discusses the destruction of Iraqi cities in order to “save” them.

Ramzy Baroud discusses water being used as a weapon by Israel against the inhabitants of Palestine.

Ben Ehrenreich discusses the Israeli occupation of Palestine.

Jonathan Cook discusses Jewish Israeli Arabs and Israeli politics.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses govt watchlists and gun control.

Nick Turse discusses Africom and lies.

Daniel Larison discusses endangered hawks in Congress.

George H. Smith discusses belief and moral judgment.

Dan Sanchez discusses the U.K. leaving the EU as a positive thing.

Uri Avnery discusses the return of Ehud Barak to the limelight.

Elizabeth Kucinich discusses the plight of Gaza.

Jacob Helibrunn discusses neocons and Hilary.

Paul Bentley discusses the use of mercenary soldiers in Afghanistan by the Canadian government.

Brian Cloughley discusses the murder of a taxi driver via a U.S. drone strike.

David Henderson discusses how John Brennan admitted unintended consequences have occurred as a result of U.S. intervention.

Laurence M. Vance discusses whether Christians should support laws against prostitution ~ I don’t endorse his Christian view of sex work, but I appreciate his opposition to the laws against it.

Laurence M. Vance discusses tax deductions and statist welfare programs ~ his view is more right-libertarian than mine, but it is an article of potential interest to libertarians.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the rise of Trump.

Jeremy Shapiro discusses the recent State Department dissent on U.S. policy towards Syria.

James Bradley discusses the motive of the Orlando shooter.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why America should exit from NATO and the national security state.

James A. Warren discusses a new book on America’s war for the Greater Middle East.

Muhammad Sahimi discusses Hilary Clinton’s hawkish record.

Ivan Eland discusses an American exit from NATO.

Thomas Knapp discusses how a recent Supreme Court decision on the 4th Amendment serves the govt’s interests rather than society’s.

Celestino Gusmao discusses ending immunity for Indonesian killers.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the fragmentation of the world and a series of wars.

Sheldon Richman discusses Brexit and voting with your feet.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses DEA tyranny.

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