by Robert Barwick
Bailing out insurance companies.
Defend the Voting Rights Act!
by Mary Burdman
Although the theme of the conference was to “make globalization an effective instrument for the development of all countries and all people,” in reality, it would be better characterized as “globalization’s wake.” The vast majority of the world’s nations have been devastated by this insane policy, as their leaders reported to the Bangkok meeting.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The crash of Flight 261 brings new attention to the increasingly dangerous condition of the U.S. commercial airline industry, and of U.S. transportation infrastructure generally.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. writes in commemoration of the 80th birthday of Prof. Grigori L. Bondarevsky, member of the Russian Academy of Social Sciences. “Shall we allow the recurring decadence, inhering in dumbed-down large sections of populations, to condemn humanity to ever-recurring cycles of doom and resurrection?” LaRouche asks. “Can we not rid humanity of such pestilences of hedonism-ridden dumbness? Herein lies the importance of the subject of the Riemannian mind-set.”
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Faced with the multiple strategic disasters wrought by NATO’s insane “flight forward” in the Balkans and elsewhere, under the auspices of Britain’s Blair government and the Albright-Cohen-Gore grouping in the United States, and with the prospect of a financial crash of Wall Street looming on the horizon, Western elites have suddenly discovered that, after all, they need Russia.
by Hussein Al-Nadeem
by Debra Hanania Freeman
In a clear demonstration of his ability to drive a stake into the heart of Wall Street’s attempts to rig this Presidential election, Lyndon LaRouche succeeded in mobilizing tens of thousands of Michigan Democrats to cast votes in that state’s Democratic primary, in defiance of both the party leadership and most of the media.
by Richard Freeman
Texas Gov. George W. Bush, through his business partner and financial angel, Richard Rainwater of Fort Worth, Texas, is up to his neck in scandals that could derail his campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination.
by Marianna Wertz
Labor leaders are backing Al Gore, but “if they get Al Gore as President, there will be no organized labor in the United States. That’s what Al Gore will deliver,” warns Lyndon LaRouche.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Presidential pre-candidate Lyndon LaRouche was joined in Washington, D.C. by former Colombian Defense Minister Gen. Harold Bedoya (ret.), for a press conference and seminar on the “War on Drugs and the Defense of the Sovereign Nation-State.”
by Nancy Spannaus
A report on the Schiller Institute-International Caucus of Labor Committees Presidents’ Day conference.
by Carl Osgood