by Nancy Spannaus
The President is determined to get the Nazi-style health policy of his advisors through in a matter of months. His “behavioral economist” advisors, denying that the health-care cuts are to pay for Wall Street bailouts, are using euphemisms as did the Nazis when they sent hundreds of thousands of Germans to their deaths: “action” for a “merciful death” for those for whom treatment would be “ineffective” or “futile.”
by Tony Papert
From Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel.
by Nancy Spannaus
A full transcript of a June 2 event in Washington, D.C., where Council of Economic Advisors chair Christina Romer presented a report on “The Economic Impact of Health Care Reform.”
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche comments on the case of a New Haven, Connecticut firefighter who sued the city, when his promotion was blocked on the grounds that no minority candidates passed the qualifying test. Plaintiff Frank Ricci, who is white, passed; the city threw out the test. LaRouche draws the implications, concluding: “Unless the so-called health-care reforms presently proposed by President Obama are prevented, all talk of civil rights were an ugly farce in the tradition of Adolf Hitler’s Tiergarten-4.”
by Carl Osgood
by Harley Schlanger
by Anita Gallagher and Jeffrey Steinberg
by John Hoefle
U.S. taxpayers got very little for the $70 billion they paid for GM. But the “bailout” of the auto sector was never about saving auto production and jobs, but was part of the bailout of the bankrupt financial sector.
by Douglas DeGroot
An interview with Lord Christopher Monckton.
by Michael Billington
by Rachel Douglas
Lord Monckton, former science advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, is a leading spokesman against the global warming swindle, and has testified that the effects of passing any climate change legislation that includes a cap-and-trade scheme for carbon emissions would be genocidal for the poor.