The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 151

The New York Times editorial board discusses the Senate torture report and declassification.

Doug Bandow discusses the rule of law and Donald Trump. There is a lot of right-wing banality in this piece, but it is still of possible interest to free market libertarians,

The New York Times editorial board discusses the drug war fueled slaughter in the Philipines.

Nick Sibilla discusses why undercover cops should stop stings against Uber drivers.

Emma M. Ashford discusses why Trump’s admin should drop the clash of civilizations thesis.

Khaled Abou El Fadl discusses being treated as a national security threat at the U.S.-Canadian border.

Patrick Cockburn discusses ongoing events in the Syrian conflict.

Nikolas K. Gvosdev discusses Russian foreign policy.

A. Barton Hinkle discusses threats to freedom of speech.

Scott McConnell discusses the problems with Bolton.

Alex Nowrasteh discusses the right-wing version of political correctness.

Laurence M. Vance discusses the freedom to travel.

Daniel Kovalik discusses violence in Colombia.

Rory Fanning discusses Japan’s growing anti-war movement.

Robert Fisk discusses the Syrian conflict.

Philip Giraldi discusses the bipartisan interventionist consensus.

Bonnie Kristan discusses three bad ideas from Trump.

Daniel Larison discusses John Bolton’s foreign policy views.

Greg Thielmann discusses John Bolton.

Jim Lobe discusses the worldview of Michael Flynn.

Ramzy Baroud discusses media coverage of the Syrian conflict.

Jacob T. Levy discusses identity politics and the defense of liberty.

Peter Certo discusses CIA subversion abroad.

Spencer Woodman discusses how Peter Thiel stands to benefit from mass deportations under Trump.

Alex Emmons and Mohammed Ali Kafood discuss cluster bombs and their use in Yemen.

Jeremy Scahill discusses a secret intelligence head blog.

Sam Biddle discussess the evidence for and against Russian interference in the ;ast U.S. presidential election.

James Bovard discusses the hypocrisy of governments around the world on corruption.

Phyllis Bennis discusses civilian control of the military.

Virginia Postre discusses the racist history of some progressives.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory