Volume 32, Number 50, December 30, 2005


Auto Reconversion Can Lead the Way to U.S. Recovery  

Just as in World War II, the U.S. automotive/machine-tool industry converted at breakneck speed to produce planes, tanks, and guns, at rates never before imagined, so today, our urgent mission is on the terrain of public, or publicly regulated infrastructure.

Rebuilding the U.S.A.: Travel Among Cities  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Auto Industry Can Help Build New Nuclear Plants  

by Marsha Freeman

Building a High-Speed Railway Network

Sales Drop, Strike Threat Leave Auto One Way Out

Black Legislators Pass ‘Retool Auto’ Resolution

Critical Auto Capacity To Be Saved: Announced and Threatened Shutdowns 2005-08

by Jeffrey Steinberg


Cheney and His Patsy, Bush, Face Impeachment Furor  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

Impeach, impeachment, and impeachable are words now back in prominent usage, as the result of the antics of Dick Cheney and his patsy, George W. Bush,” Lyndon LaRouche commented on Dec. 22, in reference to the firestorm of reactions to the Vice President’s assertion that there are no Constitutional limits on the power of the U.S. Presidency.


Administration officials defend illegal spying; Rockefeller hits Cheney and NSA spy program; Senators of both parties speak out, seek hearings; “impeachable offense?”

Cheney Suffers Setbacks as Congress Ends the Year

by Carl Osgood

Cheney and DeLay: Joined at the Hip

by Anton Chaitkin

The LaRouche Show: Art and Science: Charting the Course for the Post-Cheney Era  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

The Internet radio show hosted Lyndon LaRouche, along with LaRouche Youth Movement panelists Riana St. Classis, Cody Jones, and Jason Ross.


How Not To Build a Recovery: A Tale of Two Bozos  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Lyndon LaRouche dissects the piece of chicanery contributed by Felix Rohatyn and Warren Rudman to the Washington Post on Dec. 13.

More on Rohatyn  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

LaRouche replies to European critics.

Britain’s Economy: Going, Going ...  

by Mary Burdman

German Leaders Call for Reregulation

by Rainer Apel

Business Briefs


Argentina, Brazil Pay Off Debt to IMF; Bankers Nervous  

by Cynthia R. Rush

The governments of Brazil and Argentina unexpectedly announced that they would pay off the balances owed the International Monetary Fund before the end of this year. So, why are the bankers sweating?

Israel: ‘The Guy Upstairs’ Doesn’t Take Polls

by Dean Andromidas

Italy: The Flagellants of Val di Susa and the Danger of Bonapartism

by Claudio Celani

In Memoriam

Eugene McCarthy: He Acted To Restore Our Nation’s Purpose

by Nina Ogden

Back to the Bestiary EIR interviewed Senator McCarthy right after the 2004 Presidential election.


Sen. Eugene McCarthy

The U.S. Senator and 1968 Presidential candidate, in this 2004 interview, gave a hilarious characterization of “The Bestiary” of George Bush, Karl Rove, and their supporters.

Book Review

New Research Sheds Light on Prussian-American Relations

by Michael Liebig

Preussen und die USA 1850-1867: Transatlantische Wechselwirkungen (Prussia and the USA 1850-1867: Mutual Influences Across the Atlantic), by Enno Eimers.


We Can Create a U.S. Recovery