Allan Rathbun retired from the Boeing Company in 1995, after 22 years as a software and design engineer.
Bill Dugovich is a spokesman for the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace.
Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.), a former U.S. Army Ranger and former professor atWest Point, trains military, police, and emergency rescue units.
by Robert Barwick
An economy of gamblers.
Stupor Tuesday, the world’s laughing-stock.
by Marcia Merry Baker
There are supply-and-demand factors involved, but what is manifest in the petroleum drama is a hyperinflationary process in the entire financial system. Price inflation is hitting many commodities, and other vital sectors of the physical economy.
by Rosa Tennenbaum
by Marianna Wertz
An interview with Allan Rathbun.
An interview with Bill Dugovich.
by John Hoefle
A speech by John Hoefle to the Schiller Institute-International Caucus of Labor Committees Presidents’ Day conference.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, in a speech to the Presidents’ Day conference of the Schiller Institute and International Caucus of Labor Committees, analyzes the mind-murder—through video games and such cults as Pokémon—that leads to such tragedies as the Littleton killings. “An old Chinese philosopher once said it very openly,” she states. “Keep the people stupid; it’s easier to rule. And, as I will demonstrate, the oligarchy is involved in a gigantic effort to dumb down the population, to desensitize them, to put them under direct behavior modification, and even use brainwashing techniques on a large scale.”
An interview with Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.), co-author of Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill: A Call To Action Against TV, Movie & Video Game Violence. He describes how media and video games are addicting children through violence, training them to kill. “We have an obligation to hold these people accountable, and we need to let the average American out there know, that, if you connect the dots, and there’s a media linkage to what happened, then, you have a responsibility to go after the accessories to the crime,” he says.
by Mark Burdman
The British Prime Minister is facing the most significant challenge to his grip on power yet, as Ken Livingston, a leading figure of the “Old Labour” traditional wing of the party, announced that he will run as an independent for Mayor of London. The challenge is catalyzing anti-Blair ferment throughout the U.K.
by Uwe Friesecke
by Dean Andromidas
New scandals are threatening the government of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, but the real aim is to sabotage peace.
by Ulf Sandmark
A group known as “The Independent Palme Investigation” is ripping apart the network of lies that has been put out as part of the official murder investigations.
by Jonathan Tennenbaum
Documentation: Excerpts from the government of the People’s Republic of China’s White Paper on “The One-China Principle and the Taiwan Issue.”
by Debra Hanania Freeman
“The dirtiest money Wall Street could muster has bought the most corrupt and incompetent candidates you could imagine,” one analyst summed up the rigged primaries so far. Part of the game was to try to postpone any eruptions of the inevitable blowout of the global financial system until after “Super Tuesday.” Now, leading figures around the world are looking to LaRouche for some sign of sanity in the United States.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Excerpts from Lyndon LaRouche’s simultaneous webcast to town meetings in New York, California, Massachusetts, Michigan, and Iowa, on March 4.
by Scott Thompson
George W. Bush’s backers are now the targets of a fraud inquiry in Connecticut, and there are calls for investigation, by the Federal Election Commission, of scurrilous ads attacking John McCain—ads paid for by a financial backer of Bush.
by Carl Osgood