by Edward Spannaus
Greater Southeast Community Hospital, the centerpiece of the privatization scheme corruptly rammed through last year, is in bankruptcy and is operating “day-to-day” on a drastically reduced level, as a result of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by its owner, Doctors Community Healthcare Corporation.
by John Hoefle
Called a “healthcare Enron,” the bankruptcy of National Century Financial Enterprises illustrates the consequences of failing to re-regulate industry and infrastructure.
by Cynthia R. Rush
In South America’s top food producer, children are dying of starvation, thanks to the failure of the government to break with the draconian austerity policies of the International Monetary Fund.
by Rainer Apel
by Michael Billington
by Gail Billington and Michael Billington
An interview with Asian Development Bank’s Rajat M. Nag.
Mr. Nag is the Director General of the Greater Mekong Sub-region program for the Asian Development Bank in Manila, the Philippines.
by Pierre Beaudry
Today’s Utopians have declared that “the era of the Treaty of Westphalia has ended”—the treaty that ended the devastation of the Thirty Years War in 1648. Against this folly, it is imperative that the strategic principle of Cardinal Mazarin’s understanding of the peace, including its later influence on the emergence of the American nation, be grasped and inform future agreements among sovereign nation-states.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche replies to a question about the American intellectual tradition of Benjamin Franklin.
Dr. Enéas Carneiro, the Brazilian congressman who was elected in October with the highest vote count in the history of Brazil, denounced the campaign by his enemies to annul his historic victory, attempts which have escalated from press smears to death threats against him and his associates.
by Dean Andromidas
by Dean Andromidas
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by Rachel Douglas
by Frank Hahn and Elisabeth Hellenbroich
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Should the United States establish a new counterintelligence and counter-terrorism agency, to replace the FBI? The axioms underlying the debate in Washington are wrong. The best first step, says Lyndon LaRouche, would be to fire Attorney General John Ashcroft.
by Scott Thompson
by Scott Thompson and Jeffrey Steinberg
by Mike Minnicino
by Lawrence K. Freeman
by Carl Osgood
by Bonnie James
Deceptions and Illusions: Five Centuries of Trompe l’Oeil Painting, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Now Beware the Chicken-hawks!