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Ron Jacobs discusses the possibility of World War 3.
David Swanson discusses war, video, and police murders.
Thomas L. Knapp discusses war crimes and the U.S. govt.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses U.S. interventionism in foreign policy.
Trevor Thrall discusses the U.S. war in Afghanistan.
Sandy Tolan discusses Israel-Palestine.
Ashley Smith discusses the left and the conflict in Syria.
Laurence M. Vance discusses govt holidays worth abolishing.
Damon Linker discusses the fact that the U.S. govt is waging war in 5 places.
Stephen Kinzer discusses our war in Yemen.
Nick Turse discusses the fighting in South Sudan.
Neil MacDonald discusses how Canada is in the war business too.
Sheldon Richman discusses the anarchy inherent in the system.
Daniel Larison discusses foreign policy and the third presidential debate.
Justin Raimondo discusses Julian Assange.
Neve Gordon discusses the hypocrisy of the Israeli right.
William Hartung discusses the doctrine of American military exceptionalism.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Hilary Clinton and the killing of women.
Ivan Eland discusses U.S. alliances.
CJ Werleman discusses the roots of terrorism directed against the U.S.
Doug Bandow discusses why the U.S. shouldn’t back the Saudi war in Yemen.
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why the national security state needs a pardon.
Richard M. Ebeling discusses the ethics of the free market and human betterment.
Ricahrd M. Elebing dicusses monarchy and mercantilism.
Jonathan Cook discusses the Israeli govt’s attempt to erase history.
Hannah Gais discusses how think tanks are pushing for war in Syria.
Derek Davison discusses Islamophobia in the West.
Robert Higgs discusses taxation and renting your own body.
Bruce Fein discusses Obama’s dumb Iraq policy.
Mike Merryman-Lotze discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict.
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