Tag: israel
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 148
Bonnie Kristian discusses the folly of U.S. interventionism around the world. William Seabolt discusses tax avoidance as an American tradition. Laurence M. Vance discusses what Trump shouldn’t do as president. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the War on Drugs and Trump. Sheldon Richman discusses a new book on love, marriage, and the state. Peter Van Buren…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 145
Derek Royden discusses the U.S. backed Saudi war in Yemen. David Swanson discusses slavery. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the empire and the Philipines. Uri Avnery discusses the cultural minister of Israel. George H. Smith discusses the virtue of reasonableness. Jason Kuznicki discusses the label libertarian. Sheldon Richman discusses how Hilary and Trump both oppose liberty….
Shimon Peres e l’Undici Settembre
[Di Sheldon Richman. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il primo ottobre 2016 con il titolo Shimon Peres and 9/11. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] La morte dell’ex primo ministro e presidente israeliano Shimon Peres (93 anni), l’ultima figura importante tra i fondatori di Israele, ha generato un mare di tributi per un uomo…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 144
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…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 141
Franklin Lamb discusses the plight of people from Palestine in Lebanon. Daniel Larison discusses how being obssessed with American leadership produces faulty foreign policy analysis. Daniel Larison discusses laudable opposition to the Saudi led war in Yemen. Charles Davis discusses U.S. airstikes in Syria and civilian dead. Daniel Larison discusses how Hilary Clinton will be…
Gli USA Premiano la Crudeltà di Israele
[Di Sheldon Richman. Originale pubblicato su Center for a Stateless Society il 23 settembre 2016 con il titolo US Rewards Israel’s Bad Behavior. Traduzione di Enrico Sanna.] Benjamin Netanyahu è stato forse il più anti-palestinese tra i primi ministri israeliani in una lunga serie di farabutti che si sono dedicati a cacciare i poveri palestinesi…
US Rewards Israel’s Bad Behavior
Benjamin Netanyahu has been perhaps the most anti-Palestinian Israeli prime minister of a large rogue’s gallery dedicated to driving the aggrieved Palestinians out of the land they and their ancestors have lived in and worked for millennia. This oppression — which has included ethnic cleansing, savage war on the people of the Gaza Strip, routine brutality and humiliation,…
Of Flags and Football
The football hooligans are at it again but this time instead of street riots and violence, they are raising hell with flags and fundraisers. With the recent news of Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand during the U.S. national anthem and Gabby Douglas not placing her hand over her heart during the anthem at the 2016…
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…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 136
Joseph Cozza discusses the conflict in Yemen and how to resolve it. Ramzy Baroud discusses the repression of civil society groups opposed to Israeli policy. Stephen Zunes discusses the bellicose rhetoric of both major party platforms on Iran. Medea Benjamin discusses the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia and their use in Yemen. Glenn Greenwald…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 134
Dr. Alon Ben-Meir discusses how to end the Afghan war. Paul Pillar discusses whether Donald Trump can be trusted to be a peacenik or not. Glenn Greenwald discusses the Democratic Party tactic of accusing people of having sympathies for Russia or Putin. Anthony Walker discusses what the drone playbook really says about U.S. counter-terrorism policy….
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 132
Michael Swanson discusses a book on Allen Dulles ~ I don’t agree with the JFK conspiracy stuff in it. Andrew J. Bacevich discusses the kill em all solution to terrorism. Jonathan Marshall discusses Afghanistan as President Obama’s Vietnam. Tom Engelhardt discusses the future. Rhania Khalek discusses neocons for Hilary. Thaddeus Russell discuses the dangerous and…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 129
Maia Szalavitz discusses why all drugs should be decriminalized. Bruce Fein discusses lies about war. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the original foreign policy of the U.S. Jacob G. Hornberger discusses 9 points related to the 4th of July. Ben Terrall discusses the War on Drugs in Mexico and U.S. govt complicity. Richard M. Ebeling discusses…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 128
Ramzy Baroud discusses the U.K. leaving the EU and the impact on Israel. Aniqa Raihan discusses Senator Jack Reed and cluster bomb related legislation. Doug Bandow discusses why the U.S. should stay out of Syria’s conflict. Reed Peeples discusses a book on Obama and drones. Phyllis Bennis discusses why war is failing to deal with…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 125
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses why open borders is the only moral and practical solution. A. Barton Hinkle discusses whether we are experiencing a new libertarian moment or not. Thomas L. Knapp discusses the courage of Muhammad Ali. Kevin Gosztlda discusses the hypocrisy of Hilary Clinton. Alastair Sloan discusses repression in Bahrain. Rich Gibson discusses Bob…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 122
Peter Van Buren discusses U.S. foreign policy. Roderick T. Long discusses Ancient Greece and liberty. Stephen Kinzer discusses the Iran nuclear deal and the forces working to derail it. Shay Lafontaine discusses NATO and the humanitarian disemberment of Yugoslavia. Dan Sanchez discusses superhero movies and post-9/11 themes. Ivan Eland discusses U.S. foreign policy. Binoy Kampmark…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 121
Peter Van Buren discusses a new documentary on drones. Noam Chomsky discusses who rules the world. Dan Sanchez discusses schooling and war. Sarah Leah Whitson discusses the U.S. backed Saudi war on Yemen. Noam Chomsky discusses the state of the world. Roderick T. Long discusses Thucydides and the language of power. Ivan Eland discusses Trump…
The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 117
Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the blindness of conservatives. Doug Bandow discusses Donald Trump and the neoconservatives. Lucy Steigerwald discusses the folly of war. Micah Zenko discusses the Libyan war. Glenn Greenwald discusses double standards on victims of violence. Barret Brown discusses the authorized biography of Henry Kissinger. Sheldon Richman discusses what terrorists want. Dan Sanchez…
Cruz and Rubio: Heirs to Bush-Obama Militarism
I see no point splitting hairs over whether Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio is the more egregious warmonger. Both love the bloody and costly U.S. empire. Both believe in American exceptionalism. (Rubio arrogantly calls for a “New American Century.”) Both want to make war in the Middle East (and beyond) and “stand behind Israel,” though…
Why Won’t Iran Act Like Our Enemy?
What a bad week for the war party. Darn you, Iran! The country that the armchair warriors most love to hate refuses to play the villain’s role assigned by the neoconservatives, “humanitarian” interventionists, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the establishment media. First Iran quickly released 10 U.S. sailors whose armed boats had violated Iran’s territorial waters near…
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