Volume 32, Number 26, July 1, 2005


The Battle for the U.S. Senate: It’s Cheney vs. LaRouche  

by Debra Hanania-Freeman

President Bush’s tenuous grasp on reality is growing weaker in the face of mounting opposition from even his own party, while Vice President Cheney is trying to block bipartisan cooperation in the Senate by any means necessary. Lyndon LaRouche points out that Bush and Cheney have already provided sufficient grounds for removal from office, and that the time had come for members of the Senate to step forward and tell the American people the truth. “If a core of the Senate leadership go to the American people and tell them that this is the way it is, the people will listen,” LaRouche said in his June 16 webcast.

LaRouche in Dialogue With the U.S. Senate

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche’s discussion—both oral and, later, by e-mail—with Senate sources who sent questions after his webcast address on June 16.


Senators Battle White House on Issues of War, Torture, Vets

by Nancy Spannaus

While the most dramatic confrontation between the Senate and the White House is on the issue of the nomination of John Bolton as UN Ambassador, the points of contention, on a bipartisan basis, are expanding daily. At least a dozen Senate Republicans have “crossed” the Cheney-Rove team, by challenging Administration policy on various issues.

Hysteria in the Shultz Camp: The Incredible Shrinking Governator

by Harley Schlanger

California’s Arnold Schwarzenegger is plunging in the polls, and has announced a special election to try to boost his “reform” agenda.

Save Walter Reed Medical Center From the Scrapheap  

by Pam Lowry

Interview with John R. Pierce, M.D.

Congressional Closeup

by Carl Osgood


Ohio Funding Scandal Leads to Bush-Cheney Election Theft

by Richard Freeman and Edward Spannaus

Federal and state investigators are probing whether missing and lost funds from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation were used to help the Bush-Cheney ticket steal the November Presidential elections in that state. Without Ohio’s electoral votes, Bush would not be President.

Missing Funds

Voter Suppression in Ohio

Privatization: A Model for Corruption


John R. Pierce, M.D.  

Dr. Pierce, Colonel Medical Corps, U.S. Army (ret.), is the Medical Inspector for the Veterans Health Administration and an expert on Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Prof. Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider  

Professor Schachtschneider has filed a lawsuit against the European Union’s proposed Constitutional Treaty. He is Professor of Public Law at Erlangen-Nürnberg University, and a specialist in European law, who has battled the supranational EU structure.

Antonio Parlato

A leading member of Italy’s National Alliance party, Hon. Parlato is a former parliamentarian and former Undersecretary of the Budget Ministry.


It’s Time for Maastricht’s Control Over Europe To End

by Rainer Apel

At the European Union summit on June 16-17, leaders had to acknowledge that the proposed Constitutional Treaty is at an impasse, after the rejection of the plan by voters in France and the Netherlands. Scrapping the Constitution altogether is in Europe’s best interests.

Zepp-LaRouche’s Campaign: What Schröder Didn’t Say

Europe Should Establish Itself As a Republic of the Republics—Not As a Super-State  

by Gabrielle Liebig and Alexander Hartmann

Interview with Prof. Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider.

LaRouche Replies to Ibero-American Queries Provoked by his Webcast

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Iran Elections: Are the Neo-Cons Backing Extremists?

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Russian Editor: Revive ‘National System of Political Economy’

by Rachel Douglas

Italy Is Endangered by Unbridled Globalization

by Paolo Raimondi

Interview with Antonio Parlato.


Free Trade Means Slave Labor: What’s Behind the ‘Hispanic Immigration Crisis’?

by Dennis Small

The cause of the immigration flood from Mexico is the collapse of that nation’s physical economy, under free-trade policies.

Sometimes, Nature Conspires  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche comments on the supposed paradox respecting U.S. interest rates.

Will Congress Help Bush Kill Passenger Rail?

by Mary Jane Freeman


A Very Powerful Weapon