The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 169

Greg Thielmann discusses why removing a first strike as an option against North Korea is a good idea.

Melvin Goodman discusses the Washington Post’s attitude toward whistleblowers.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses Memorial Day and lies about U.S. wars.

Murtaza Hussain discusses the increase in civilian dead from U.S. led airstrikes in Syria.

Mehdi Hasan discusses the threat from far right terrorists in America.

Emma Ashford discusses the Iranian nuclear deal.

Ryan McMaken discusses U.S. foreign policy.

Greg Grandin discusses how the war in Panama super charged U.S. militarism.

Trevor Timm discusses the oppression being carried out by ICE.

Marjorie Cohn discusses Julian Assange.

Radley Balko discusses a recent Supreme Court ruling on a 4th amendment related issue.

Ramzy Baroud discusses Trump’s visit to Israel.

Danny Sjursen discusses Iran and U.S. policy towards it.

David Swanson discusses war and peace.

Robert Fisk discusses a man worth remembering.

Daniel Larison discusses the U.S. backed war in Yemen.

Jonathan Cook discusses the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Dina El-Rifai discusses Trump’s recent speech in Saudi Arabia.

Ted Rall discusses war spending in the U.S.

Peter Van Buren discusses postwar Hiroshima.

Patrick Cockburn discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Rajan Menon discusses what an attack on North Korea would entail.

Mehdi Hasan discusses the lie behind the Six Day War and subsequent occupation.

Ray McGovern discusses the deep state.

James Walpole discusses the waste of war.

Jeffrey Tucker discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why the troops need to be brought home.

Bonnie Kristian discusses the war in Afghanistan.

Norman Solomon discusses the progressive rush to demonize Russia.

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