Volume 30, Number 24, June 20, 2003


LaRouche Demands Iraq Answers From Vice President Cheney  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The charges against the Vice President constitute hard grounds for impeachment, said LaRouche. “I want to know exactly what Dick Cheney knew and when he knew it. The charges are grave and specific and leave no wiggle room. Determining who knew what and when is, at this time, an urgent matter of national security.”

Charges Against Cheney Constitute Grounds for Impeachment  

A statement by the LaRouche in 2004 Presidential campaign committee.


Freddie Mac Now Threatens the Global Bubble It Propped Up

by Richard Freeman

The looming blowout of the Federal Home Mortgage Loan Corp. is both a symptom of the bankrupt global system, and a potential detonator of its demise.

Italy’s ‘EU New Deal’ Push Reflects LaRouche  

by Claudio Celani

The Italian government has presented its proposal to relaunch public infrastructure investments in Europe, bypassing the constraints of the Maastricht Treaty “Stability Pact.” In a paper entitled “A European Action Plan for Growth,” Italian Economy and Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti proposed to build a European agency to finance infrastructure “off-budget.”

Connecting N. America and Eurasia by Rail

by Marcia Merry Baker

An interview with Hal B.H. Cooper, Jr.

The Nation’s Cities: Job Loss Skyrockets

by Mary Jane Freeman

Business Briefs


Hal B.H. Cooper, Jr.

Hal Cooper, Ph.D., a Seattle-based transportation consultant, is an advocate for an intercontinental railroad connection across the Bering Strait, and for development corridors on key routes in the Americas and worldwide.

Science & Technology

Europe’s Mars Express Will Search for Life on Red Planet

by Marsha Freeman

For the first time in a quarter of a century, a spacecraft is on its way to Mars to see if it can detect the existence or remnants of life.


Gerhard Scharnhorst: What U.S. Military Patriots Must Know

by Steven Douglas

The key to General Scharnhorst’s success was that he, as Prussia’s pre-eminent military figure, acted politically as a nation-builder. He did not confine his responsibilities or actions to the battlefield, narrowly defined. He understood the military to be an instrument of nation-building, and he saw that his ability to save Prussia from Napoleon, even with a weak King at Prussia’s helm, was dependent upon his capability to effect a republican transformation in the people’s legal, political, and psychological relationship to the Prussian state.

Appendix: Schaumburg-Lippe on Strategic Defense


Brazil, India, South Africa Forge South-South Alliances

by Lorenzo Carrasco

At the G-8 summit in Evian, France, leading nations of the South’s developing sector undertook intense diplomatic initiatives toward forming a bloc, whose unity would enable them to confront the exploding global economic crisis.

MST Uprising Part of Soros Plan for Brazil

by Silvia Palacios

The violent land invasions by Brazil’s proto-terrorist Landless Movement (MST) bear the stamp of international financier and nation-wrecker George Soros.

‘Cheney Is Very Much Under the Gun’  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

An interview on BBC Radio with Lyndon LaRouche.

LaRouche Youth Movement Hits European Parliament

Remarkable Growth in China-India Relations

by Mary Burdman

Sharon Sends a Missile into the White House

by Dean Andromidas

Germany: Latest Incident Aimed at Anti-War Policy

by Rainer Apel


LaRouche Replies to Bartley Column  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

“My advice to Bartley: don’t complain about the small size of the mental shoes you are trying to fit onto a man with big feet.” Lyndon LaRouche responds to an attack against him in the Wall Street Journal on June 9, by his 30-year adversary, editor emeritus Robert Bartley.

A Dialogue About Leo Strauss, and the Effect of His Nihilist Philosophy Today  

From “The LaRouche Show” Internet radio on April 12. Host Michele Steinberg, LaRouche International Youth Movement organizers Adam Sturman from Philadelphia and Danny Bayer from California, and Tony Papert, one of the editorial board members of EIR, discuss the Nietzschean fascist ideology that was behind the war in Iraq.

Volcker, Rumsfeld Out To Gut Civil Service

by Carl Osgood

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel

Latest Incident Aimed at Anti-War Policy.


Rate Cuts: Swindling the Suckers.