by Nancy Spannaus
Two high-powered LaRouche PAC conferences, one in Pasadena, Calif., and the other in Kennewick, Wash., on the prospects and implications of the immediate implementation of the NAWAPA project, point to the immediate potential for a successful, expanded organizing drive for this crucial great project. The optimism which LPAC has generated among engineers with the expertise to implement the biggest biosphereengineering project ever, has sparked a dynamic that is desperately needed by the demoralized U.S. population.
by Dr. Howard Chang
Hydrological engineer Dr. Chang held the Pasadena audience spellbound, with his lively, and often humorous PowerPoint presentation on the history of water infrastructure, including his personal involvement in building China’s Three Gorges Dam. He delivered the optimistic message that problems should be welcomed, as offering the opportunity for creative new solutions.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The EU governments at the Brussels summit once again missed an opportunity adopt a real solution to the euro/financial crisis, and are pushing the idea that the EU should become a superstate, eliminating the last remnants of national sovereignty.
by Marsha Freeman
While nuclear power advocates in the United States lament that the “nuclear renaissance” here has “stalled,” the nations of Asia are proceeding full steam ahead.
by Jeffrey Steinberg and Scott Thompson
There is growing evidence that the ex-PM was deeply involved in the coverup of the suspected murder of British nuclear weapons expert Dr. David Kelly, in the Summer of 2003.
Confronted with the disastrous outcome of the 2010 midterm elections, Lyndon LaRouche has announced that his political action committee will field six candidates for the 2012 Congressional elections, to provide competent leadership, now.
by Kesha Rogers
by Rachel Brown
by Summer Shields
by Edward Spannaus
The corrupt and unconstitutional tax-cut deal that President Obama worked out with Republican leaders, behind the backs of his own party, has triggered a revolt among Democrats.
by Colin Lowry