The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 131

Trita Parsi discusses the results of the nuclear deal with Iran.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses supporters of the recent coup attempt in Turkey and compares them to backers of the 1973 Chilean coup.

Murtaza Hussain discusses not giving ISIS what it wants after the recent terror attack in Nice, France.

Alex Emmons discusses why the ACLU is gearing up to fight Donald Trump’s unconstitutional proposals should he be elected.

Darryl Lorenzo Washington discusses the granting of even broader powers to cops by the Supreme Court.

Stephen Zunes discusses the good and bad news about the recent attempted military coup in Turkey.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses blowback and the recent terror attack in Nice, France.

Marcy Wheeler discusses disputes over the drone strike civilian dead numbers released by the Obama admin.

Jonathan Cook discusses how money talks when it comes to Israel in the U.S.

Ishann Tharoor discusses the lack of an investigation analogous to the recently concluded British one over the Iraq War.

Ramzy Baroud discusses how to defeat ISIS.

Vijay Prashad discusses the post-coup attempt situation in Turkey.

Dave Lindorff discusses Obama’s hypocrisy on counseling against violence.

Chris Floyd discusses a turn towards warmongering in the thinking of a former national security state critic.

Anhvinh Doanvo discusses civilian deaths, Iraq, Syria, and drones.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Turkey and the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

Bonnie Kristian discusses the questionable value of U.S. nuke placement.

John Feffer discusses whether a military coup could happen in the U.S.

Uri Avnery discusses the rifts in present day Israel.

George H. Smith discusses moral obligation and personal commitment.

David Swanson discusses satirical reasons for why the bombing of Syrian civilians is “OK”.

Matt Purple discusses foreign policy night at the recent RNC.

Sandy Ikeda discusses tolerance, criticism, and humility as core principles of freedom.

Andrew J. Bacevich discusses a book by a former Bush admin. guy.

Jonathan Blanks discusses how the War on Drugs has made policing more violent.

Kevin L. Schwartz discusses the Saudi regime.

Franklin Lamb discusses the rights of Palestinian refugees living in Lebanon.

Anhvinh Doanvo discusses Shia militia atrocities in Iraq.

Paul Pillar discusses more proof on why the U.S. drone war doesn’t work.

Phillip Weiss discusses an ex-neocon’s recent collection of essays.

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