by Mark Burdman
Fighting with Allies: America and Britain in Peace and at War, by Sir Robin Renwick.
by Marianna Wertz
Light from the Depths of Jachvmov Concentration Camps, by Anton Srholec.
by Rainer Apel
Entering a turbulent New Year.
Hope in the New Year.
by Mary Burdman
As LaRouche’s analysis of the ongoing global economic collapse gains currency, the Chinese are reining in their small, but overheated financial markets.
by Linda Everett
Only 50 years ago, the United States constituted the Nuremberg tribunals to try the Nazi doctors and officials whose actions and policies murdered those whose lives were deemed “not worthy of life.” Now the U.S. Supreme Court must decide whether to uphold U.S. law, or Nazi law.
by Linda Everett
A chronology of U.S. court rulings on euthanasia, which have made a mockery of the principle of sanctity of life.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Analyzing the terrorist hostage-seizure in Lima, Peru, Lyndon LaRouche advises: “The legitimate purpose in chasing individual termites, is to find, and destroy the nest from which they come.” Look to the higher reaches of the British oligarchy; look to Queen Elizabeth herself, from whom President Sir George Bush received his knighthood.
A fact sheet on Peru’s fight against terrorism.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Late in December, Lyndon and Helga LaRouche visited Sudan, to meet with President Omar Al-Bashir and other dignitaries, and address several forums. The thrust of his presentations, was that the ongoing disintegration of the International Monetary Fund system, brings an entire historical cycle to a close, and with it, the symbiotic relationship between the sovereign nation-state and financial oligarchical, imperial power.
by Nancy Spannaus
State Rep. Harold James calls upon Governor Ridge to restore his deadly cuts in the state medical assistance program, using the $123 million budget surplus that was announced last month.
Documentation: Excerpts from the press conference by Representative James and backers of his initiative.
by Edward Spannaus
Nothing like a London correspondent to demand the colonials revolt against their government.
Excerpts from the drug policy adviser’s White House press conference.