by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
LaRouche writes that “if we are to avoid that peril for our nation and its posterity which the Bush-Cheney pair implies, the unifying, underlying, scientifically principled intent of the totality of the U.S. Constitution must be applied to the totality of the present, existential threat to the nation, rather than merely seeking the removal of some among the admittedly important, currently defective elements of the current Presidency.”
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The Chancellor candidate of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party (BüSo) in Germany issued this statement upon hearing Federal President Horst Köhler’s July 21 decision to hold early elections in September.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
State Representative Obuchowsky represents Vermont’s Windham legislative district.
Ms. Alvarado is the assistant director of the Department of Veterans Affairs in Washington State and the president of the National Association of State Veterans Homes.
The president of the Chilean Public Employees’ Group to Redress Social Security Harm describes the outcome of Chile’s disastrous 1981 social security privatization.
by Michele Steinberg and Jeffrey Steinberg
A joint panel of Senate and House Democrats convened a hearing on “National Security Consequences of Disclosing the Identity of a Covert Intelligence Agent,” in which explosive information was released from expert witnesses, in the case of CIA covert operative Valerie Plame.
Documentation: “White House Breached Security Eleven Times,” a Fact Sheet from Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif.), Ranking Minority Member of the House Committee on Government Reform.
by Debra Hanania-Freeman
by Edward Spannaus
Documentation: U.S. Navy Adm. John D. Hutson (ret.) tells the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, at its July 14 hearing, “I think we’ve got a serious problem.”
by Paul Gallagher and Mary Jane Freeman
by Patricia Salisbury
Interview with Michael Obuchowsky.
by Patricia Salisbury
Interview with Lourdes Alvarado-Ramos.
by Lothar Komp
When governments hand over the sovereignty of their monetary policy—a key tool for overcoming economic crises—to a supranational institution like the European Union, which is supposed to operate rigorously according to a set of fixed rules, a monstrosity will always be the result.
by Carl Osgood
by Judy DeMarco
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Mary Burdman
by Cynthia R. Rush
Interview with Yasmir Fariña Morales.
We continue our coverage of EIR’s June 28-29 strategic seminar in Berlin, which brought together representatives of 15 nations, to discuss what had to be done to address the impending collapse of the world financial system.
by Dr. Clifford A. Kiracofe, Jr.
Dr. Kirakofe is a former senior professional staff member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Jacques Cheminade
Jacques Cheminade is chairman of the Solidarity and Progress party in France, and the long-time leader of the LaRouche movement there.
In our issue of July 22, the photos of Dr. Ding Dou and Dr. Song Hong were inadvertently switched (pages 46 and 54). Our apologies to these distinguished participants in EIR’s Berlin seminar.
In the same issue, the byline was left off “A Century of British State-Sponsored Terror,” the review of Joseph Conrad’s book The Secret Agent. Michele Steinberg was the author.