The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
In an extraordinary development in the midst of our street organizing across Germany against "our government supporting Nazis in Kiev," three more major exposés of Nuland's Nazis appeared in major German media from Saturday night, March 8 and Monday morning.
The UNITE HERE union (300,000 members) has issued a new report called "The Irony of Obamacare: Making Inequality Worse," which says the ACA will cut $5/week from the average wage, and at the same time, subsidize insurance companies, by all kinds of transfers, amounting to a trillion dollars.
Russian studies Professor Stephen Cohen told a CNN-TV audience March 9,
"I think were two steps from a Cuban Missile Crisis and three steps from war with Russia for the first time."
At a roundtable conference organized by the webportal, Democracy Now!, former Moscow correspondent of the British daily the Guardian, Jonathan Steele made clear that there is a lot of evidence that suggests what Moscow is correct in saying it was an unconstitutional coup carried out in Ukraine.
Bloomberg reported on March 7, "Anti-Russia Sanctions Would Backfire against West," comparing the assets of Russian banks and individuals in western banks, with those of Western banks in Russia. The comparison showed Russian sanctions (asset seizures) can hit harder than NATO's.
Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC) and Steven Lynch (D-Mass.) will hold what they call "a bipartisan press conference," on Wednesday, March 12, along with 9/11 family representatives, to demand that President Obama and the White House declassify the censored 28-page section of the report by the Congressional Joint Inquiry on the 9/11 attacks.
Ron Paul poetically plays on the double meaning of the word "afford," in a piece he titles, "War: Can We Afford Ukraine?" Considering that the "invasion" of Afghanistan cost over "$6 trillion" and Libya over a billion, who in their right mind would think we could afford "starting a war with Russia" over Ukraine?
Right across the street from the California Democratic Party state convention, where issues, not principles, dominated, more than 50 supporters gathered to experience an evening of real leadership that does stand for principles...