by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“What is a competent approach to establishing and maintaining a U.S. Federal Capital Budget—as distinct from a slop-jar package which lumps short-term and long-term balances together indifferently, in a single silly lump, as a common budget?”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
The release of a document by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, attempting to defend the Bush Administration’s illegal spying on Americans, “confirms that this Administration is in the hands of a fascist cabal,” said Lyndon LaRouche. “Nobody who is concerned and thinking clearly can, in their right mind, support the nomination of Samuel Alito to the United States Supreme Court under these conditions.”
A statement circulated by Missouri State Rep. Juanita Head Walton (D).
Twenty-three retired admirals and generals sent a letter to the President, demanding implementation of the McCain Anti-Torture Amendment.
by Edward Spannaus
Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee held hearings on the Administration’s use of warrantless electronic surveillance.
by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach
Southwest Asia is up in flames: threatened coup d’état in Damascus; mounting casualties and political stalemate in Iraq; political in-fighting in Lebanon; instability in Israel; and, threatened military strikes against Iran.
by Jürgen Hübschen, Colonel (GS), ret.
A statement by Col. Jürgen Hübschen, retired from Germany’s Air Force, who was German defense attaché in Baghdad during 1986-89.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Michael Billington
by Valerie Rush and Dennis Small
by Paul Gallagher
The revelation that corporate predator Wilbur L. Ross began buying the debt of Anker West Virginia Coal Co. in September 1997, and had his lieutenant in apparent operational control of the company by May 2003, should be a focus of a full investigation by Congress of the mine explosion in West Virginia.
An interview with Mark Reutter.
by Rainer Apel
Reutter is the author of Making Steel: Sparrows Point and the Rise and Ruin of American Industrial Might (2004), which examines the bankruptcy proceedings of Bethlehem Steel and the company’s takeover by Wilbur L. Ross.