Volume 34, Number 4, January 26, 2007


Bio-Foolery Is Causing ‘Food Shocks’

by Marcia Merry Baker and Christine Craig

The “biofuel” craze is not only a rip-off, but also it will never solve the energy crisis, and will starve people in the meantime.

Ethanol, Free Trade in Mexico Augur Inflation, Starvation, Mass Migration

by Dennis Small

Inside the Cartesian Corridor of Congress

Hearings of the Senate Agriculture Committee let off a great big stink.

It’s Still Moonshine: Smell of Gigantic Hoax in Government Ethanol Promotion

by Laurence Hecht

Only Nuclear Power Can Close Energy Gap

by Marjorie Mazel Hecht

British Crown Assaults Canadian Wheat Board in Grab for World Grain Control

by Rob Ainsworth and François Sauvé

Cartels Crush Wheat Board in Australia

by Robert Barwick


International Mobilization To Stop U.S. Attack on Iran  

by Muriel Mirak-Weissbach

Combined with the highly visible increase in U.S. military deployments to the Persian Gulf, President Bush’s announcement of actions to be taken against “foreign elements” in Iraq (Iran and Syria), has led to a dramatic escalation of activity opposing military action against Iran on Capital Hill, and in other quarters.

Madrid +15 Conference Calls for Immediate Mideast Peace Negotiations

by Dean Andromidas

Madrid +15 Must Lead to a New Peace Plan  

An interview with Yossi Ben Ari.

Even Sharon Allowed Israel-Syria Talks  

by Dean Andromidas

London, Opus Dei Ran Argentine Atrocities

by Cynthia R. Rush

New Ecuador Leader: Replace ‘Inhuman’ Globalization with National Economy!  

From the powerful inaugural speech of Rafael Correa.

Response to Chancellor Merkel: Germany Needs a New Economic Policy  

by Helga Zepp-LaRouche

French Elections: Cheminade and the LYM Revive Republicanism

by Fred Bayle

The LaRouche Youth Movement is working to place Jacques Cheminade on the ballot in the April Presidential elections.

CIA Agents on Trial in Amu Omar Kidnapping

by Claudio Celani

U.S. Military Strike in Somalia Is Part of Bush-Cheney ‘Surge’

by Lawrence K. Freeman


Congress Takes First Steps Toward Curbing Cheney  

by Jeffrey Steinberg

As Republicans are increasingly joining with their Democratic counterparts to challenge the permanent war dogmas of Bush-Cheney, the words “double impeachment” are being heard around the Capitol.

Will Congress Sing for Double Impeachment?

by Matthew Ogden

The LaRouche Youth Movement’s Week of Action found a changed situation in Washington, D.C.”—and did much to change it even more.

‘Moving On,’ From the Old Politics  

by Wesley Irwin

The LaRouche Youth Movement pays an unannounced visit to “the Temple of Doom”—the American Enterprise Institute.


Rembrandt’s ‘Thirty Years War’ vs. Anglo-Dutch Liberal Tyranny

by Bonnie James

The stunning exhibit of Rembrandt’s etchings at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, provides the opportunity to honor the life and work of a genius who embodies the most beautiful idea of his time, as it was given expression in the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years War. Bonnie James reports, on the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth.


Yossi Ben Ari  

Brig. Gen. Yossi Ben Ari (res.) was a participant in the Madrid+15 Conference on Mideast peace. He served in the Israeli Defense Forces as a senior military intelligence officer, and is a former co-director of the Strategic Affairs Unit of the Israel-Palestine Center for Research and Information.


Report From Germany

by Rainer Apel and Roger Moore

Plot Thickens Against Angela Merkel.


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