by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche exposes Cauchy’s standard university classroom hoax, in order to remedy the prevalent incompetence of the practice of, and thinking about economics, which afflicts professionals and laymen alike.
by Nancy Spannaus
Michigan Democratic Congressman John Conyers’s participation in a LaRouche PAC meeting in Detroit opened a new phase of discussion and debate within the Democratic Party, in this period of economic and political crisis.
by Rep. John Conyers
Address to a LaRouche PAC Town Hall Meeting in Detroit, on March 23, 2005.
by Michele Steinberg
Christian, Sunni, Shi’ite, and other communities in Lebanon are struggling for peace, in the face of a concerted effort by the neo-cons to provoke a civil war.
Interview with Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir.
by Richard Freeman
In response to the crisis shaking GM, with its $301 billion debt, Wall Street—ignoring its productive potential—is saying GM should be carved up, alleging it has too many workers and too many plants.
The Lyndon LaRouche Political Action Committee provided a policy document on March 9, for an April 5 Water Policy Conference to be hosted on Capitol Hill, by the New Mexican Senators Pete Domenici (R) and Jeff Bingaman (D).
by Franklin Bell
The Bush/Cheney energy policy scheme for radical “market-based” electricity price hikes, which would have hit the U.S. Northwest—suffering from a serious drought—very hard, has been quashed.
by Timothy Rush
The rise of Torquemada’s Inquisition and the expulsion of the Jews was neither historically inevitable nor justifiable. The Spanish Inquisition is the model for the “Beast Man” tactics being used to prevent an alternative to the ongoing economic crisis.
by Timothy Rush
by Steve Douglas
Napoleon’s disastrous invasion of Spain is example of imperial arrogance, stupidity, and overreach, and has obvious parallels today.
The Patriarch of Antioch and all the East, visited the United States on March 14-21, and was received by many leading officials throughout the country, including President Bush and UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.