by Jeffrey Steinberg
Catalyzed by a two-month mobilization by LaRouche PAC, Democratic Senators and Congressmen from California and New York are speaking out against President Obama’s plans to cut health care under the guise of “reforming” it, and to dismantle what remains of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal system of protection of the general welfare.
In their own words: President Obama, Office of Management and Budget Director Peter Orszag, and health-care policy advisor Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel.
by Claudio Celani
During a visit to Rome on June 17-18, Lyndon LaRouche addressed hearings at the Finance Committee of the Chamber of Deputies and at the Finance Committee of the Senate.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche’s speech to an informal hearing at the Italian Chamber of Deputies in Rome. “The ‘good news’—relatively good news,” he told the deputies, “is that we’re essentially in a worldwide collapse of the international monetary-financial system.” There is a remedy, but the question is, who’s going to implement it?
by Hussein Askary
As dramatic as the picture inside the country may be, it would be a fatal miscalculation to neglect the fact that the global strategic situation is affecting, and is being affected by Iran’s internal conflict.
by Portia Tarumbwa-Strid
by Gregory Murphy
by John Hoefle
While presenting his financial “reforms” as correctives to a “culture of irresponsibility,” the President, in his June 17 speech, actually pushed America even further under the thumb of the parasitic financiers of the Brutish Empire.
by Laurence Hecht
by Dean Andromidas
Tony Blair was the keynote speaker at a conference at the London School of Economics on “The Politics of Climate Change.”
by Cedric Gougeon and Elodie Viennot
At a conference in Essen, Germany on “The Great Transformation—Climate Change as Cultural Change,” the LaRouche Youth Movement intervened to denounce the malthusian and anti-scientific axioms of the speakers.