Volume 33, Number 2, January 13, 2006


Judge Samuel Alito and The ‘Führerprinzip’  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

The adherence of President Bush’s nominee for the Supreme Court, to the doctrine of the “unitary executive”—the core dogma of the Federalist Society—brands him as an adherent of Carl Schmitt, the Nazi “Crown Jurist” who developed the idea of the Leader Principle, to usher in a dictatorship.

The Schmittlerians Were Also Behind Pinochet’s Fascist Coup

by Cynthia R. Rush

Rohatyn, Pinochet, and the ‘Unitary Executive’

by Tony Papert

Kissinger Offers a Job to Schmitt

The Federalist Society March Through the Institutions

Impeach Dick Cheney: Libby’s Drafts of Powell’s UN Speech Could Be ‘Smoking Gun’  

by Michele Steinberg

Abramoff Plea Dooms DeLay, Speeds Sinking of Cheney-Bush

by Anton Chaitkin

Chronology: Abramoff’s SunCruz caper.

Strategic World Map

Bush-Cheney Actions Proliferate Hotspots

As 2006 begins, wars and destabilizations are spreading, just as Lyndon LaRouche forecast on Jan. 3, 2001, when Bush-Cheney were first coming into the White House. LaRouche warned at that time, “You will have small wars set off in various parts of the world, which the Bush Administration will respond to with crisis management methods of provocation.”

Hatred of Free Trade Sweeps Morales Into Bolivian Presidency

by Gretchen Small

Russian Proposal to Iran on Nuclear Reprocessing Is Workable

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Regime-Change Threat on Horizon in Syria

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Report From Taiwan: Has Chen Shui-bian Finally Gone Too Far?

by Leni Rubinstein

International Intelligence


Brazil Case Study: Globalization: Merely Unfair, or Is It Genocide?

by Dennis Small

While official spokesmen defend free trade, growing numbers of nationalist forces are rejecting the premises of this globalized looting system.

Youth Flight Leaves ‘No Future’ Rust-Belt States

by Paul Gallagher

Lyndon LaRouche in Germany: Nuclear Power Is Crucial for Survival  

by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

From a discussion at a meeting of the LaRouche movement in Europe on Dec. 29-30, 2005.

Germans Rediscover Nuclear Power

by Rainer Apel

‘That Isn’t Enough, Mrs. Chancellor!’

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

A statement by Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairwoman of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity party (BüSo) in Germany.

Business Briefs

National Economy

How JFK Mobilized the U.S. for Recovery

by Marsha Freeman

Although the Apollo mission was put forward in response to the world’s first manned space flight of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, it became the centerpiece of Kennedy’s more comprehensive plan to move into the decade of the 1960s with a vision of the future based on a economic policy of growth.


From the Congress

Rep. John Conyers, Jr. demands inquiry on “impeachable offenses”; calls for investigation by a Select Committee; files resolutions to censure Bush and Cheney.

Book Reviews

Revive the Legacy of Russia’s Sergei Witte

by William Jones

Count Sergei Witte and the Twilight of Imperial Russia, by Sidney Harcave.


‘Impeach Cheney First’