The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
One year after Obama receives the Nobel Peace Prize, and we're near the outbreak of war in the Mid-East. Good intentions don't count now, only the removal of Obama under the 25th Amendment.
Veteran Representative Charles Rangel, who was censured on December 2nd, reveals on CNN that he had signed an agreement to accept a reprimand, but that it was "rejected by someone; I don't know who."
One the eve of the budget vote in the Dáil Éireann, Irish patriots are gathering outside Leinster House in Dublin to stage an all-night vigil, sponsored by Sinn Féin, calling for a suspension of the austerity budget and an emergency general election now.
We Americans now have one more reason to stand in solidarity with the Irish: according to the facts revealed in this week’s report by the Federal Reserve, the American people have shelled out a total of $16 trillion which went, primarily, to foreign banks.
Unemployment benefits for millions of Americans have just expired, creating a situation where statistical forecasting and trend analysis is about as useful as a car without any wheels. But the problem is not an economic one, our country has gone batty.
On this December 7th, we remember the British direction of the Pearl Harbor attacks, like the recent revelation that the British directed funds to Saudi networks is now the main support base for international terrorism. We ask for all Patriots to to honor December 7th by declaring war on the British Empire, once again.
The fraud of the BRIC system, as seen in the thievery and bailout of Brazil's Panamerican Bank, is set to bring down the entire financial system.
LPACTV talks with Mark Riley, head of University of Arizona's Agriculture and Bio-Systems Engineering Dept., about the new areas of study in water and living processes as one effect of NAWAPA. And, why the country must look to great projects to prepare for the future.
The Fed's latest attempt to legalize crime is yet another example of how this dying financial system will kill us, too, unless we change the way we think about economics
Stop the foreclosures! The recent discovery of Mortgage Backed Securities issued by banks not being backed by real mortgages shows that it's the monetary system that needs to be foreclosed on and not the people.