by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The point which I am presenting here,” LaRouche writes, “is the fact, that the economic value in all matters which is properly to be measured by mankind, here and now, is to be measured by neither any other, nor lesser means of authority than that: as being in accord to the physical-scientific principle of the relative powers of both production, and of reproductive progress of the human species in its essential characteristics as a species.”
by Jeffrey Steinberg
President Putin has continued to defy pressure and threats from British puppet Obama to sacrifice Russian strategic interests in the ongoing Ukraine crisis. In the most recent provocation, anti-Kiev protesters were killed in an arson attack by Right Sector fascists in Odessa. Ukraine is now on the verge of civil war.
by Alexander Hartmann
The German government has been put under enormous pressure to agree to onerous economic sanctions against Russia, even though that would be suicide for the German economy.
by Robert Barwick
A review of “Unlawful Killing,” a gripping documentary about the murder of Princess Diana, first shown at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2011. It was reviewed by Robert Barwick of the Australian LaRouche organization last September.
by Nancy Spannaus
A philosophical/political history of the newsweekly’s four decades of publication.
by Nancy Spannaus
Lyndon LaRouche and his political movement are demanding that impeachment proceedings begin immediately, before the impending financial bail-in policy blows out the world system, or the lunatics in London and Washington detonate World War III.
by Harley Schlanger
Kesha Rogers’ Senate Campaign is electrifying the state of Texas with hard-hitting radio ads, billboards, town hall meetings, and old-fashioned door-to-door organizing, while her opponent is relying on his ill-gotten personal fortune to buy the election outright.
by William Jones
by Paul Gallagher
The government’s May 2 announcement of “288,000 new jobs in April,” can’t hide the reality of accelerating U.S. labor force shrinkage and continued low wages, a signal of the death of the nation economically.
by Patrick Ruckert
A review of The West Without Water: What Past Floods, Droughts, and Other Climatic Clues Tell Us About Tomorrow, by B. Lynn Ingram and Frances Malamud-Roam.
The April 30 installment of the “New Paradigm for Mankind Weekly Report,” featuring Lyndon LaRouche and the LaRouche PAC Science Team’s Megan Beets and Ben Deniston.