by Allen Douglas
The lunatics take over.
Railroads and the American System.
by Marcia Merry Baker
Even the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is now warning of a “systemic disruption” to the global financial system, “beyond our degree of comprehension or our ability to respond effectively.”
by Rainer Apel
The Brussels summit turned into an 11-hour slugfest, including over control of the European Central Bank.
by Poul Rasmussen
by Kathy Wolfe
Japan must use its debt as a weapon, as patriots did during Japan’s 19th-century Meiji Restoration. Those nations with the courage to reorganize the debt first, will have the critical strategic advantage.
by Michael O. Billington
A nation which prides itself on never having been colonized by a foreign power, is now faced with the loss of sovereignty over its economy to the international financial oligarchy.
by Susan Welsh
To halt the British-led assault on American institutions, including the Presidency, the permanent bureaucracy in the Department of Justice must be cleaned up. The key to victory is the exoneration of Lyndon LaRouche.
by Nancy Spannaus
By LaRouche Democrat and Congressional candidate Nancy Spannaus.
From a town meeting sponsored by the Schiller Institute: speeches and interventions by Debra Hanania-Freeman, former South Carolina State Sen. Theo Mitchell, former Maryland State Sen. Larry Young, and former Maryland State Sen. Clarence Mitchell III.
The text of H.R. 3396, introduced by Reps. Joseph McDade (R-Pa.) and John Murtha (D-Pa.).
by Suzanne Rose
Documentation: Testimony from former Sen. Howard Baker, former Rep. James Quillen, former IRS agents, and other victims of IRS abuse.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The President has decisively shifted U.S. foreign policy, in an effort to bring Israeli madman, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, under control, and save the Mideast peace.
by Ramtanu Maitra and Susan B. Maitra
The head of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, Gen. Fu Quanyou, held “free and frank” talks in India on security concerns of both nations.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche spoke in Rome on April 3, to a seminar that included priests and students from several African countries, especially from the Great Lakes Region.
by Dean Andromidas
Part 2 of a story on Angola’s efforts to recover from civil war, based on a visit by EIR correspondents to that nation.
by Edward Spannaus
One of the most corrupt prosecutors, Henry Hudson, the U.S. Attorney who railroaded Lyndon LaRouche to prison, has rushed to defend Starr’s prosecutorial misconduct.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The imposition of the ban, Washington sources tell EIR, is another move by the United States to target Britain’s role as the major state supporter of international terrorism.
by Carl Osgood