by Nancy Spannaus
Only the immediate enactment of a Glass-Steagall law could prevent the United States from falling into the same fate now destined for continental European victims such as, above all other targets for total destruction, the Federal Republic of Germany. Lyndon LaRouche called the Glass-Steagall amendment, introduced on May 6 by a group of Senators led by John McCain and Maria Cantwell, the act of a growing group of patriotic Members of Congress.
by Rainer Apel
The vote shows that German voters are just as disgusted with incumbent legislators as are their U.S. counterparts, and that the economic crisis in Europe has sparked a mass-strike process of political resistance in Germany.
by Ramtanu Maitra
With 35,000 foreign troops soon to be in southern Afghanistan, and military bases in place, the process of encircling Iran has advanced considerably.
by Marcia Merry Baker
The pile-up of patents on lifeforms is not the result of advances in biology, per se, but of the attempted control of the means to life by elite financial and political circles, centered in London.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
Lyndon LaRouche was the guest on the May 5 edition of the LPAC-TV Weekly Update, hosted by EIR Economics Editor John Hoefle. He continues his series of interviews on the real economics of physical economy, which almost nobody understands.
by Oyang Teng
A member of the LaRouche movement’s “Basement Team” investigates how a new science of dynamics will requie a mobilization of the scientific and economic means necessary to secure an interplanetary future for mankind, including mastery of the entire electromagnetic spectrum and its use to sustain human life throughout the Solar System.