by Nancy Spannaus
Recent scandals underscore the point that a new Bush-Cheney Administration would be a giant step toward fascism, both at home and abroad.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Claudio Celani
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The most fundamental of the failures of strategic thinking among even the world’s leading specialists today, is to be recognized as the result of overlooking what ought to be the most obvious of the distinctions separating the human mind from the genetically determined perception of the world among lower species such as moths and mice.”
by Joseph Brewda
by Richard Freeman and Mary Jane Freeman
Today, Ohio is in the forefront of the U.S. Presidential election battleground states, and a primary battleground for the issue: What to do about the collapsed U.S. physical economy?
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
An interview by Romina Manguel of Veintitres magazine.
Documentation: Zepp-LaRouche: Stop Economic Destruction!
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Radical change in U.S. policy is the sine qua non for a successful resolution of the war in Iraq and the showdown with Iran. This is why the perspective of a Kerry Administration, shaped by Lyndon LaRouche, especially in foreign policy, is generating hope throughout Southwest Asia.
by Dean Andromidas
Henry Kissinger’s 1974 NSSM 200 policy hit Africa brutally in the last three decades. The Four Horsemen of this Apocalypse have been Anglo-American mining and oil corporations, City of London financiers, British mercenary companies, and Israeli arms dealers.
by Michael Billington
by Chandrajit Yadav
A speech by Indian political leader Chandrajit Yadav to the Schiller Institute’s conference in Germany on Sept. 25.
by Edward Spannaus
In an election already tainted by the widespread use of fraud-prone computerized voting, Republican dirty tricks combined with Justice Department organized intimidation, indicate that the chaos on Nov. 2 could dwarf what occurred in Florida in the 2000 elections.
by Nina Ogden
by Katherine Notley
by Harley Schlanger
What’s the Matter With Kansas? How Conservatives Won the Heart of America, by Thomas Frank.
Can We Avoid a Tragedy?
The little-read Washington Post Magazine has published a libel against Lyndon LaRouche in the Oct. 24, 2004 edition. It has been known for some time that this libel has been in preparation, and that the initiative for it has come out of the Office of Vice President Dick Cheney. LaRouche asks: Is Cheney desperately afraid that Kerry will win the election? The article was written with a reckless disregard for the truth, which should not come as a surprise, given the Cheney Office initiative of the libel effort.