Volume 30, Number 37, September 26, 2003


Make California ‘Recall’ Fight Cheney’s Waterloo  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Speech to a town meeting in Burbank, California. “I’m going to talk about the subject of Constitutional law, from a very specific standpoint, and dealing with the state of California, to illustrate a problem of our nation, and a problem of the world at large.”


Halliburton Is Houston’s ‘Greater Hermann Göring Werke’  

by John Hoefle

Vice President Cheney’s relationship with the Halliburton defense contractor exemplifies what President Eisenhower had in mind, when he warned about the dangers of “the acquisition of unwarranted influence” by the “military-industrial complex.”

Sovereign States of the Americas: Great Infrastructure Projects

Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign outlines the foundations for a new American foreign policy toward the Western Hemisphere, in the footsteps of John Quincy Adams.

Cheney Helps Schwarzenegger Backer Buffett Loot With New Gas Pipelines

by Marcia Merry Baker

Fox Demands Mexico Deregulation Crusade

by Ronald Moncayo Paz


LaRouche to Bush: Stop Israeli Plan To Kill Arafat, Road Map

by Dean Andromidas

In reply to the U.S. veto of a UN resolution demanding that Israel retract its threat to “expel” Palestinian leader Arafat, Lyndon LaRouche demanded that President Bush freeze all U.S. financial support to Israel, until the Sharon government stops its current murderous policy.

Mexico’s LaRouche Youth Make Castañeda Crawl  

by Gretchen Small

The former Mexican foreign minister’s campaign for the 2006 Presidential elections is the instrument of a foreign imperialist operation to break up Mexico—and LaRouche’s Youth Movement is out to stop it.

To Castañeda, ‘Change’ Is Terror and Drugs

by Gretchen Small

Charges Castañeda Has Yet To Answer

Synarchist Strategy of Terrorism Hits Europe

by Rainer Apel and Jeffrey Steinberg

LaRouche’s Assessment of Lindh Assassination

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Why Sharon’s India Visit Fell Short

by Ramtanu Maitra

In Memoriam

The Murder of a Legend: Who Was Grigori Bondarevsky?  

by Mark Burdman

The Professor, murdered in his Moscow apartment on Aug. 22, was a great friend of the LaRouche movement with a vast knowledge of Eurasia and world history.

The Odessans Won’t Cry, But...

by Yelena Suponina

Intelligence and History: Grigori Bondarevsky’s Passion for Eurasia

by Mary Burdman

Strategic and Economic Importance of Eurasian Integration

An interview with Grigori Bondarevsky.

India and Russia’s Strategic Partnership

by Grigori Bondarevsky

‘Mrs. LaRouche, You Absolutely Must Do This’

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

Scholarly Wealth Robbed of Life

by Tatiana Shaumian


Cheney’s Sept. 14 ‘Big Lies’ Backfire; Refuted Even by Bush  

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg

Cheney’s televised claims that Iraq reconstruction was going well, that the budget-busting costs were anticipated in advance, and that Saddam Hussein had been linked to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, were greeted with widespread derision and incredulity in the press and from intelligence specialists.

LaRouche Redraws Lines of Calif. Recall Battle

by Harley Schlanger

Ashcroft Smears Critics, While Pushing for More Police-State Laws

by Edward Spannaus

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Australia Dossier

by Robert Barwick and Allen Douglas

Politics of Fear.


Sharon Plans Full Gaza Invasion in October.