The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 138

Lawrence Davidson discusses moral idiocy among the powerful.

Branko Marcetic discusses COINTELPRO.

Ramzy Baroud discusses Israeli efforts to divide people living in Palestine.

John Cavanagh discusses the man who put advoacy for Laotians on the map.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses whether U.S. soldiers fight for our freedom or not.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses statist school indoctrination.

Kathy Kelly discusses a good beginning toward the end of US empire.

Tom Engelhardt discusses 15 years of American air war.

Zaid Jilani, Alex Emmons, and Naomi LaChance discusses Hilary Clinton’s national security advisors.

Cory Massimino discusses Gary Johnson’s recent gaffe.

Shawn Regan discusses 5 ways govt keeps Native Americans in poverty.

Julie Leininger Pycior discusses Mexcian-Americans and LBJ.

Julian Brave NoiseCat and Anne Spice discusses resistance to expansionism on Native American land.

Jesse Walker discusses anarchy, swamp, and utopia.

Ben Norton discusses people who got basic facts about the Syrian conflict wrong.

Charles Hughes discusses govt regulation of volunteer efforts.

David S. D’Amato discusses why libertarians can be pro-environment.

Robert Fantina discusses newspeak and Israel=Palestine.

Yoav Litvin discusses Israel-Palestine.

John Knefel discusses the forever war.

Missy Ryan discusses U.S. bombing across the globe.

Wendy McElroy discusses the revolution of rising expectations.

Sanford Ikeda discusses the refusal of a 49er to stand for the national anthem and the left-right divide.

Zaid Jilani and Alex Emmons discuss Wolf Blitzer’s fear of defense contractors losing business.

Alex Emmons discusses the neverending post-911 war.

Scott Beauchamp discusses why Hilary Clinton’s apology about her Iraq vote isn’t enough.

Jonathan Cook discusses whether the Israeli govt will face war crimes charges brought by the ICC.

Marjorie Cohn discusses 15 years after 9-11.

Wilson Dizard discusses how Trump and Hilary will repeat the foreign policy mistakes of the past.

Ted Galen Carpenter discusses the idea that the U.S. can do no wrong in foreign affairs.

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