by Nancy Spannaus
With the intention to bring the world back from the brink of a New Dark Age, the Schiller Institute sponsored a conference in New York City, attended by some 300 people, who gathered to hear presentations on the current strategic danger, and the Constitutional and artistic principles needed to defeat it.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Schiller Institute founder and chairwoman Helga Zepp-LaRouche gave the keynote address to the Jan. 26, 2013 conference, at the historic Riverside Church.
by Edward Spannaus
A U.S. Court of Appeals decision that President Obama’s January 2012 recess appointments are unconstitutional, has far-reaching implications for redressing his widespread abuses of power, and flagrant violations of the U.S. Constitution.
by William F. Wertz, Jr.
Congressional hearings on Jan. 23, featuring testimony by Secretary of State Clinton on the deaths of Ambassador Stevens and three other Americans in Benghazi, were, in the words of Lyndon LaRouche, a “perfunctory performance.”
by Carl Osgood
by Mary Burdman and Marcia Merry Baker
A new report exposes the extremely low rankings of health conditions in the United States, compared with 15 other OECD nations.
by Rachel Douglas
The British/NATO/Obama course of encirclement of Russia with ABM installations, and promotion of regime change by force, is backing the world’s second-largest superpower into a corner, where it has no alternative but to prepare for thermonuclear confrontation.
by Jeffrey Steinberg
by Claudio Celani
The crisis of Monte dei Paschi di Siena has again revealed the criminal actions of bankers and others in hiding the insolvency of major financial institutions, and highlighted the urgent need for a Glass-Steagall-like banking separation, in the current Italian election campaign.
by Alexander Hartmann
The façade of apparent solvency of the major Western banks, made possible through bailouts, creative accounting, and fraudulent transactions, still depends on intravenous infusions of funny money from governments and central banks.
by Paul Gallagher
The increasing clamor from within the banking community for re-enactment of the Glass-Steagall Act is evidence of what few elected officials understand about FDR’s law: It slams the door on hyperinflationary money-printing by the Fed.
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The original elements of design of the U.S. Republic’s founding principles under President Washington and his Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, which are responsible for the success of the U.S. economy, can be found in the EIR’s The Political Economy of the American Revolution.