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Rep. Jones:
`We Need To Bring The U.S. Constitution Back'
by Harley Schlanger
May 12—We've entered into a most fascinating but dangerous moment in our nation's history. We have in the White House a President who has shown repeatedly his lack of respect for the Constitution he swore in his Oath of Office to uphold. His refusal to be accountable to constitutional principles has been clear in many areas of policy, from economics to health care; his preemptive attack on the Supreme Court, which heard arguments on the so-called ``Affordable Care Act''; or his disregard for the role of Congress, with recess appointments, signing statements, etc. But in no area is it more dangerous, than in military policy and defense policy, such that he absolutely refused to go to the Congress before engaging in military action in Libya. As a UN Special Report recently released showed, it was the U.S. military which bore the brunt of the so-called NATO operation, and which was primarily involved in the regime-change in Libya. While some in Congress did move to assert the constitutional authority of the Congress, President Obama rejected their efforts, and in the Senate, he was supported in this rejection by a bipartisan grouping headed by John McCain (R-Ariz.) and John Kerry (D-Mass.), who ran cover for him on Libya.
In the aftermath of the overthrow and murder of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, Lyndon LaRouche warned that an attempt to repeat the Libya process in Syria could lead to a confrontation with Russia and China, risking a blowup into a possible nuclear World War III. ...
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  • Rep. Jones:
    'We Need To Bring the U.S. Constitution Back'

    The LaRouche Show interviews Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.), the initiator of House Concurrent Resolution 107, which threatens the impeachment of any President who violates the exclusive constitutional prerogative power of the Congress to declare war.
  • 'Humanitarian Intervention':
    Sen. Webb Challenges Obama War Policy

    Documentation: Sen. James Webb's speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate May 9, announcing his intention to introduce legislation requiring Congressional approval before the President could take military action for so-called 'humanitarian interventions.'
  • Obama:
    The Queen's Own Lunatic

    A dossier addressed to those who have a great deal of difficulty in understanding, or can't understand at all, that the real source of the 'Obama problem' is the British Empire, and that this Empire controls the U.S. President.



  • JP Morgan Fiasco Shows Need for Glass-Steagall
    Thanks to JP Morgan's greed and arrogance, and thanks to the whole trans-Atlantic financial system's recidivism in commiting the same speculative lunacy that brought the global financial system to its knees in 2007-08, Glass-Steagall is back on the table in a big way.
  • Handle with Care:
    Why the Post Office Is Under Attack

    The U.S. Postal Service is in trouble, not because it doesn't work, but because it does: because it is an institution of national stability and infrastructure, under attack by the monetarists since 1970.


  • 'Exploring the Universe Is an Entirely Natural Thing'
    An interview with Dr. Alan Harris, a British astrophysicist and director of the NEOShield Project at the German Aerospace Center (DLR). NEOShield is an international research program for researching 'Near Space Objects' and how to defend against them.


  • A Needed View of Russia Today!:
    The Roots of the U.S.A.
    by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

    What Russian policymakers need to understand about the United States. 'My intention in these pages,' LaRouche writes, 'is to inform the reader of what had been those specifically original, essential constitutional principles of the American system, which remain urgently needed, but virtually unknown among European nations today. Notably, there is the fact of the crucial role of the Franklin D. Roosevelt whose legacy is still bitterly hated by the combination of such places and persons as London, Wall Street, and U.S. President Barack Obama, up to the present moment.'

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