Volume 31, Number 5, February 6, 2004


Cheney’s Crimes: Case for Impeachment Builds Momentum  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Our news account details how while Cheney’s new “charm offensive” took him on European tour, he became the target back in the United States. Our special report presents some of the most damning evidence against the Vice President—evidence that should lead to his impeachment from office, or his voluntary or involuntary retirement.

Investigations of Cheney Crimes Are Multiplying  

A gridding to date.

The Case for Impeachment of Vice President Cheney

Brought forward from Aug. 1, 2003.

Iraq Is a Fuse, But Cheney Built the Bomb

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche’s Sept. 20, 2002 statement calling for Cheney’s resignation.

Government ‘The Way Dick Likes It’  

by Michele Steinberg

A review of The Price of Loyalty, by Ron Suskind.

Chronology of Cheney’s Pre-Iraq War Fakery

One Inspector Knew the Truth About Iraq ‘WMD’

An interview with Scott Ritter.

Cheney Invented Today’s ‘Bush Doctrine’ in 1990

by Edward Spannaus and Jeffrey Steinberg


Debt Explosion Will Kill, Not Save, the U.S. Economy

by Richard Freeman

By the end of the third quarter of 2003, total U.S. debt had soared to $36.1 trillion, three and one half times Gross the Domestic Product of the “world’s largest economy.”

U.S. States Have No Way Out But ‘Super TVA’

by Paul Gallagher

Dollar Collapse Begins a Drama for Eurasia

by Paul Gallagher

Israeli-Palestinian Team Releases ‘Economic Road Map’

by Dean Andromidas

Building Bridges Across the Mediterranean

by Gail G. Billington

Synarchists Explode Bolivian Powderkeg

by Cynthia R. Rush

Documentation: Misery ‘Has Reached Intolerable Limits.’


Iran’s Election Crisis Flanks the One in Iraq

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

It would be difficult for the Iranian “establishment” to continue supporting Shi’ite demands for free and fair elections in Iraq, while elections in Iran were being sabotaged. Surely, this irony has not escaped the attention of the arch-conservatives in Iran.

Blair Won’t Escape Nemesis on Iraq, Economy

by Mark Burdman and Mary Burdman

Indonesia Rejects CNN ‘Islamic Terror’ Lies

by Michael Billington

Cheney’s N. Korea Nuke Scandal Unravels

by Kathy Wolfe

Mussolini To Lead New Fascist Alliance

by Claudio Celani


LaRouche Turns Democrats’ Sights on Cheney

by Nancy Spannaus

The mobilization of Lyndon LaRouche’s campaign against Cheney, and for an FDR-style development program, has initiated a process which will lead to even more dramatic phase-shifts in the future—shifts that will result in the Democratic nomination fight coming down to LaRouche versus Kerry.

What Leadership for a Time of Crisis?  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Candidate Lyndon LaRouche’s keynote to a Presidential webcast campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire, Jan. 25, 2004.

Campaign 2004: Where They Stand  

Part 5 in a series on the Democratic Presidential contenders, “How To Reverse the Infrastructure Breakdown, and Restore the Economy.”

Congressional Closeup

Book Reviews

Government ‘The Way Dick Likes It’  

by Michele Steinberg

The Price of Loyalty: George W. Bush, the White House, and the Education of Paul O’Neill, by Ron Suskind.


Scott Ritter

A former U.S. Marine, Gulf War veteran, and UN Inspector in Iraq from 1991-97, Ritter insisted throughout the Iraq invasion buildup that under the harsh and rigorous inspections from 1991 to 1998 in Iraq, the Iraqi stockpiles of WMD had been destroyed, and its nuclear weapons program dismantled.



‘DRE’: As Discredited as ‘WMD.’