by Marla Minnicino
In a campaign tour, LaRouche spoke to hundreds of supporters in Boston, St. Louis, and Detroit. His campaign now moves into the streets of Washington, D.C. in preparation for the Jan. 13 primary there and LaRouche’s next—and possibly most crucial—international webcast, scheduled for the nation’s capital on Dec. 12.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche’s webcast speech in Boston on Nov. 15, with excerpts from the questions and answers.
by Alberto Vizcarra and Jesús Martínez
The renewed effort to privatize Mexico’s energy sector and its national oil company has awakened a strong nationalist reaction by diverse political forces, labor organizations, and within the population in general. These sectors reject President Fox’s drive to deregulate the national electricity market, which would open the door to looting by multinational energy pirates.
by Richard Freeman
by Prof. Kirill Kondratyev
A specialist in the field of atmospheric research and environmental science reports on the World Climate Change Conference, held in Moscow.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
The U.S. “policy shift” toward a hoped-for accelerated departure from Iraq, does not signify a viable solution, but only denotes the level of panic that has gripped the White House over the escalating resistance in Iraq.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Claudio Celani
by Michael Billington
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Mary Burdman
by Michele Steinberg and Dean Andromidas
by Michele Steinberg
by Rainer Apel
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The neo-conservative claim trumpeted throughout U.S. media on Nov. 14—that links between Saddam Hussein and Al-Qaeda had been “conclusively proven” by a memo from Undersecretary of Defense Douglas Feith to the Senate Intelligence Committee—boomeranged, amid the exposure of what appear to be dirty tricks to steal sensitive documents from opponents of Dick Cheney and the neo-conservatives.
by Scott Thompson
Lord Conrad Black of the Hollinger media cartel empire has been forced to resign, but the investigation continues into this hedonistic Canadian patrician.
by Edward Spannaus
Subject Leadership; Predicate Energy.
In last week’s issue, EIR misspelled the name of former Michigan State Rep. LaMar Lemmons, in our interview with him on p. 56. Mr. Lemmons hosted Lyndon LaRouche’s Presidential campaign meeting in Detroit on Nov. 20, as we report in this week’s Feature.
In “The Pagan Worship of Isaac Newton,” an editorial error in the picture caption on p. 17 characterized Paolo Sarpi as having promoted the cult of Newton. Mr. LaRouche’s article refers to the followers of the Venetian Antonio Conti as having played this role; Sarpi’s dirty work was done in the previous century.