by Marianna Wertz
Locked in the Cabinet, by Robert B. Reich.
by David Ramonet
Extradition battle heats up in Venezuela.
by Carlos Cota Meza
Sir Jimmy and the break-up of Mexico.
Clip George Soros’s wings.
by Rogelio Maduro
The long-term trends in climate are determined by the changing relation of our Earth to its Sun, and hence the amount of radiation that causes heating or cooling-global warming or ice ages. This study debunks the environmentalist conceit that man’s predation against Mother Earth is causing a global warming catastrophe. In fact, we are about to enter a new ice age.
by Allen Douglas and Michael J. Sharp
The 28-year-old Tasmanian, who butchered nearly three dozen people in broad daylight, was well known to some of the top Tavistock brainwashers. Such killings are not the actions of “lone nuts,” but are programmed by the Tavistock Institute’s “psychiatric shock troops.”
by Rachel Douglas
A new round of asset-stripping is being set in motion, to provide an income stream for the bankrupt international financial system.
by Kathy Wolfe
City of London and New York investors are dubbing troubled Asian banking systems as “risky” investments—ignoring the beam in their own eyes.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Cooperation between the U.S. Presidency and China, is now virtually the only basis for preventing a general economic collapse worldwide. The form of economic policy emerging from such cooperation would be similar, in many respects, to that which existed among the states of the “first world” during 1946-1965. “However,” LaRouche writes, “certain additional improvements must be included if the economic recovery is to be general and durable.” Such “improvements” constitute the secret of the economy of a civilized 21st Century, toward which China is presently reaching.
by Mark Burdman
Lest anyone think the neo-liberal reign of terror of Iron Lady Thatcher is ended, Blair, like his Tory predecessors, will continue the policies dictated by the Queen’s Privy Council.
by Linda de Hoyos
Documentation: A Rwandan group, the Rally for the Return of Refugees and Democracy in Rwanda, condemns the world’s inaction on the refugee crisis.
A report on the April 26-27 seminar co-sponsored by EIR, the Forum for Peace and Democracy, and the Schiller Institute.
by Rainer Apel
Helga Zepp-LaRouche told party members and international guests that she would be the “Candidate for Chancellor for a New, Just World Economic Order.”
by Omar Abdul Aziz
New dirty tricks from the terrorist capital of the world.
by Valerie Rush
Both Presidents deftly sidestepped the pitfalls set up around drug interdiction and illegal immigration, to reaffirm their two nations’ partnership.
Documentation: From the statement of Baltazar Valadez Montoya, chairman of the Mexico Democratic Party, and the Excélsior column by José Neme Salum, both urging President Clinton to convene a New Bretton Woods Conference and to exonerate Lyndon LaRouche.
by Leif Johnson
We say farewell to a former editor, whose humor, patient persistence, and towering intellect marked her as a truly Schillerian “beautiful soul.”
by Anton Chaitkin
Diamonds, as the song goes, are a televangelist’s best friend.
by Mary Jane Freeman
Behind the lie that Iraq was the author of an alleged plot to kill Bush in Kuwait.
by Frederick Greene
The Canadian press has exposed Turner’s financing of training camps for offshoots of the terrorist Earth First! gang.
by Carl Osgood