by Paul Gallagher
At four campaign events in the New York-Washington corridor at the beginning of July, Lyndon LaRouche, candidate for the Democratic Party Presidential nomination, escalated his drive to impeach Vice President Dick Cheney and his “chicken-hawk” advisers, and to break the corrupt grip of the right-wing Democratic Leadership Council on the Democratic Party.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche’s speech in Queens, New York on June 29, and a selection from the questions and answers following it.
by Anita Gallagher
In response to the increasingly desperate situation of the states, two bills, each calling for $50 billion in infrastructure spending, have been introduced into the U.S. Congress since the end of May.
by Marcia Merry Baker
An interview with Nevada State Senator Joe Neal.
by Richard Freeman
Wall Street Journal editor emeritus Robert Bartley, just back from a secret meeting of bankers and financiers in Siena, Italy, promotes Robert Mundell’s scheme for a single global central bank and a single world currency—under oligarchical control.
by Claudio Celani
Italy’s Prime Minister presented the European Parliament with an historic anti-Depression strategy for infrastructure development, as Italy began its six-month presidency of the European Union. Efforts at sabotage began promptly, as expected.
by Rainer Apel
by Marsha Freeman
An interview with Dr. Nils Diaz.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“My leading motive ... here, is to expose the nature of the mental block which I have observed as a frequent cause of the student’s failure to grasp the deep implications of Gauss’s 1799 paper [on the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra]. It is the need to strengthen our youth movement’s higher-education program on this pivotal topic, on which my attention is focussed here. However, the same argument is also needed by the wider audience which I include here.”
by Mary Burdman
The achievements of Vajpayee’s visit have cleared the way for India and China to act effectively on their joint interests, and in the interests of developing nations generally, for the first time in 40 years.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Husaini Sistani, the highest authority among Iraq’s Shi’ites, issued a religious decree which would avoid bloodshed and pursue the goals of democratic, sovereign government.
by Mark Burdman
by Gretchen Small
by Edward Spannaus
by Ray McGovern
By a former CIA analyst.
by Michael Billington
A profile of Aaron Friedberg.
by Scott Thompson
Ledeen, the self-proclaimed “universal fascist,” has long been under scrutiny by EIR, as a man in the midst of some of the dirtiest covert intelligence operations of the past 30 years.
by Carl Osgood
State Sen. Joe Neal (D-North Las Vegas) has been a member of the legislature for 32 years, and was a candidate for Governor in 2002.
The chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has been outspoken in his view that developing and deploying advanced, next generation nuclear power reactors is critical to U.S. national and economic security.
The DLC “Trojan Horse.”