by Jeffrey Steinberg
It is widely known around Washington Republican circles that Vice President Cheney holds Lyndon LaRouche personally responsible for most of his election-year woes. Every time a House or Senate Democrat, or an establishment media pundit raises a question about Halliburton patronage, the Valerie Plame leak, Ahmed Chalabi’s disinformation mill, or the non.existent Saddam weapons of mass destruction, Cheney sees LaRouche’s face before his eyes, and goes wild. The question now is, can the Democrats break loose from the Democratic National Committee’s corrupt acquiescence in Cheney’s policies, and present a real alternative to voters in November?
by Edward Spannaus
The U.S. Supreme Court on June 28 rejected the Bush Administration’s claim—most forcefully advocated by Vice President Dick Cheney— that it has unlimited war-time powers, against which the Federal courts can say or do nothing.
by Carl Osgood
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“All leading political parties of the world, socialist or not, whether or not they admit this reality, are presently thrown, like the [German Social Democratic Party], into an existential crisis caused chiefly by their hysterical refusal to take into account the nature of the profound and sweeping changes in national and world affairs which have already been brought on by the worsening storms of monetary-financial, economic, and increasing war-danger.”
Hans Koschnick, a former deputy chairman of the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) and former mayor of Bremen, told the daily Die Welt that his party’s economic-social policies have come to a complete dead-end.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The urgency of Lyndon LaRouche’s call is shown by two developments: the breakdown in the nation’s inland navigation system, and the particular opportunity to reverse this process, provided by the Corps’ new proposal before Congress, for authorization to refurbish the 37 locks and dams on the Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway system.
EIR’s testimony to the June 24 hearing of the Sub-Committee on Water Resources and Environment of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, on the Upper Mississippi and Illinois Rivers.
by Marcia Merry Baker
An interview with Jeffrey L. Stamper.
by Richard Freeman
by Marsha Freeman
When the Voyager spacecraft flew by Saturn in the early 1980s, they revealed a complex of rings and moons that scientists could not explain. Marsha Freeman reports on the Cassini mission now observing the ringed planet.
by Luis Vásquez Medina
The Humalas’ ethno-nationalist/fascist insurgency in Peru is an intelligence operation, run by people belonging to the Synarchist International of the Spaniard Blas Piñar. Supporting the legalization of coca, they were also the only group in Peru to publicly praise the 9/11 attack on the United States.
by Gretchen Small
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
Part 1 of a series. Founded by Nazis in 1937, the National Synarchist Union (NSU) operated with the Spanish Falange and the Japanese militarists. Today, this history has been whitewashed by those who are promoting the fascist ideology of Hispanidad—the Spanish counterparts of Harvard’s Samuel “Clash of Civilizations” Huntington.
A structural engineer with the St. Louis District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Stamper currently serves as a specialist for design and rehabilitation of locks and dams.