by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
With respect to the disease that could be called “Goldmanism,” LaRouche writes: “In assembling my thoughts for what had been intended to be an internal memorandum on the subject of the continuing, endemic reflection of similar problems of sloppiness in some quarters of our work, I realized that, with some amplifications, the same argument for brightening the quality of our economics work, would serve a broader purpose, for a wider political audience. in the U.S.A. and abroad. So, I present it to a general readership here.”
Speaking to a webcast conference in Washington, D.C. on July 15, Lyndon LaRouche refocussed his 20-month mobilization to force out Vice President Dick Cheney, on the Democratic Party: “It’s not who’s going to be nominated for President. That’s not the issue. Who is going to own the person, who is nominated for President. That’s the issue. That’s what the Convention in Boston this next week means!”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
Contrary to virtually all of the U.S. media coverage of the document, the report of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence represents a damning indictment, not of the intelligence community, but of the Bush-Cheney White House.
Documentation: Excerpts from the “Additional Views” of Committee Democrats, led by Vice Chairman Sen. Jay Rockefeller.
by Harley Schlanger
by Edward Spannaus
by Carl Osgood
by Cynthia R. Rush
The Global Committee of Argentina Bondholders announced that it was launching an offensive to force the government of President Néstor Kirchner to renounce its official proposal to restructure $88 billion in defaulted debt.
by Marcia Merry Baker
An interview with Wayne and Jean Robinson.
by Michael Billington
The re-election of President Arroyo, through flagrant vote fraud, is being compounded, in its mortal threat to the nation, by emergency official economic pronouncements that are tantamount to a declaration that the Philippines is a failed state.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Dean Andromidas
by Rainer Apel
While the fate of the Social Democrats is uncertain, the LaRouche movement, and its BüSo party, are intervening in the election with the campaign theme, “In Sachsen muß die Wirtschaft wachsen!” (“Economic Growth Must Start in Saxony!”), addressing the vital economic issues that concern the 70-80% of voters in lower-income categories.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by William Jones
The Robinsons are farmers from Kojonup, in the state of Western Australia. Jean is the State Secretary for the Citizens Electoral Council, the LaRouche movement in Australia, and is now running for the Senate in the Federal election expected sometime between August and October.