by Rainer Apel
Unprepared for leadership in a crisis.
Win McDade-Murtha in the Senate.
by William Engdahl
Amid growing panic worldwide, a Russian default on derivatives could trigger a chain-reaction that would rip through the entire global financial system.
Commentaries from the world press and by political leaders, as recognition grows that “savage capitalism” has failed miserably.
by Lorenzo Carrasco
While stock and bond markets collapse, and the government is taking desperate, hyperinflationary measures which do not address the crisis, Brazil is facing an attack by international speculators.
“Composition of Classical music according to the Italian Renaissance principle of bel canto (‘beautiful singing’), is one of the best examples of mankind’s ability to discover an existing physical principle, and to use that discovery to create new works of science and art, which then increase mankind’s power to build civilization.” An appendix to “The Substance of Morality,” by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. (EIR, June 26, 1998).
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
by Liliana Celani, Kathy Wolfe, and Stephan Marienfeld
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
by Renée Sigerson
by Ortrun Cramer
by John Sigerson
by Mindy Pechenuk
by Anno Hellenbroich and Bruce Director
by Harmut Cramer
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The London-based spokesman for Osama Bin Laden, the man accused of masterminding the bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, issued a fiery attack against the United States, and defended what he called “a covenant of peace with the British government.”
by Linda de Hoyos
Zimbabwe, Angola, Zambia, and Namibia have taken steps to defend the Congo’s sovereignty against a rebellion sponsored by London’s marcher-lords in the region: Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Rwandan Defense Minister Paul Kagame.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Dean Andromidas
by Umberto Pascali
Over the last five years, Operation “Clean Hands” has decapitated Italy of its leadership. An awareness is growing there, of the similarity between what has been done to Italy, and the assault on the U.S. Presidency by the Department of Justice permanent bureaucracy and Kenneth Starr.
by Edward Spannaus
The American public wants to let the President be the President, to deal with the pressing issues of the day. This is particularly urgent, because we are facing an onrushing global economic and financial collapse, and the responsibilities of the office of the Presidency are perhaps greater than at any time since the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt.