Lyndon LaRouche and the national slate of six LaRouche Democratic candidates for Congress gave this webcast on Jan. 8. There are two primary Constitutional issues that must be addressed: Re-enact FDR’s Glass-Steagall law now and restore a National Banking system, based on a Hamiltonian credit policy—not British free trade. None of the Presidential candidates are addressing these urgent matters in any way, yet the future of civilization depends upon the United States taking these actions immediately.
by Nancy Spannaus and Edward Spannaus
Almost 40 years ago, President Nixon threatened both dictatorship and war, as President Obama is doing today. Congress at that time prepared bills of impeachment, which ultimately “convinced” Nixon to resign from office, rather than face an inevitable impeachment and conviction. Nancy and Edward Spannaus review that process, as it highlights both where we stand now, and the immediate options for dealing with the existential crisis we face.
A memo to President Obama from Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS), a group of former U.S. intelligence officials.
by Carl Osgood
The so-called new military strategy is, in fact, a continuation of the Cheney-Rumsfeld imperial war plan that declares the United States to be the pre-eminent military power on Earth, one that will tolerate no rivals.
by Claudio Celani
The national taxi drivers’ union won a preliminary victory against the deregulation and liberalization plans of the Monti government, after Claudio Giudici, the head of the union in Tuscany and an activist in the Italian LaRouche movement, started a huge nationwide mobilization.
by Ramtanu Maitra
by Michael O. Billington
by Marcia Merry Baker
Three urgent requirements for the U.S. to address the problem of world hunger: Cancel membership in the WTO; repeal the 1970 Plant Variety Protection Act and successor acts that allow private patenting of agricultural improvements; repeal the Federal mandate for biofuels, which is taking corn out of the food supply and putting it into ethanol production.
by Marcia Merry Baker
by Creighton Cody Jones
Creighton Cody Jones gave this keynote address to a LaRouche PAC Basement Science Team webcast. “The theme,” he said, “is one which has served the poets as an image for the imagination, and has been provocative to many a scientist, from Shakespeare to Shelley, from Benjamin Franklin to Albert Einstein—that theme is lightning.”