The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 150

Mark Selden discusses the American firebombing and atomic bombing of Japan.

Daniel DePetris discusses the War on Terror.

Laurence M. Vance discusses flag burning.

Laurence M. Vance discusses marijuana and a free society. I don’t agree with his view of what is immoral, but his stance in favor of marijuana being legal is valuable.

Ramzy Baroud discusses the crisis of political leadership in Palestine.

Paul Derienzo discusses Trump’s pick for national security advisor.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the consequences of U.S. interventionism.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses FDR and U.S. interventionism.

Christopher Preble discusses Trump’s foreign policy picks.

Glenn Greenwald discusses a person who put out fake news to try to discredit Wikileaks.

Glenn Greenwald discusses the smear campaign against Keith Ellison.

Rebecca Gordon discusses the U.S. backed war in Yemen.

Glenn Greenwald discusses why anonymous statements to the Washington Post don’t constitute evidence.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses economic fascism and Trump. I am not sure if his historical claim about Mussolini being “democratically elected” is accurate though.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the Russia-Trump controvsery.

Scott Shackford discusses the outgoing Obama’s attitude on War on Terror practices and compares it to the actual behavior of his admin.

Abigail Hall-Blanco discusses why we should end the War on Drugs in Afghanistan.

Thomas Knapp discusses military spending and Trump.

Patrick Cockburn discusses Turkey and the recent bombings there.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the philosophy of Adam Smith.

The LA Times editorial board discusses the legalization of street vending in LA.

Doug Bandow discusses Kuwait and political change.

David Swanson discusses the dubious track record of the CIA.

Patrick Cockburn discusses British involvement in the Middle East.

Erin McCarley discusses white nationalist ideology throughout American history.

Yoav Litvin discusses the situation of the Israeli left and the parallels to America.

Yves Engler discusses BDA and anti-semitism accusations in Canada.

Charles R. Larson discusses a book on the Boko Haram kidnapping of over a 100 girls.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses JFK and the military establishment.

Nick Turse discusses U.S. foreign policy in Africa.

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The Anatomy of Escape
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