In this week's LaRouchePAC in action, we interview EIR's Dennis Small, for a more thorough picture of the developments in Ukraine's rejection of membership in the EU. Particularly discussed are the implications of LaRouche's notion of a German tendency for high technology, in opposition to the orientation to the bankrupt Trans-Atlantic system.
The issues of this week's LaRouchePAC in Action are echoes of those presented in the November 15th webcast. The Economic breakdown, the disintegration of the Obama presidency, and the need to re-instate Glass-Steagall.
On Saturday, November 2nd, 2013, Helga Zepp-LaRouche Addressed the Schiller Institute conference in Los Angeles, CA. Her remarks were preceded by a statement from Daisuke Kotegawa, read by Mike Billington. The full proceedings will be posted over the coming days, on newparadigm.schillerinstitute.com
In this week's LaRouche PAC in action, we review the steps that must be taken to regain the paradigm lost with Kennedy’s death
We have already entered the era of thermonuclear power. Whether we turn that power toward the defense from, and investigation of, space, or if we yield it up to oligarchy, and use it against our fellow man, to the extinction of all, is a question which stands unresolved since President Kennedy was in office. The time has come to resolve it.
On Saturday, November 2nd, 2013, Lyndon LaRouche Addressed the Schiller Institute conference in Los Angeles, CA. The full proceedings will be posted over the coming days, on newparadigm.schillerinstitute.com
CORRECTION to AM Off the Cuff
August 17, 2009 • 1:51PM
In this morning's Off the Cuff, we erroneously reported that President Obama's broadly reported intention to "give up" the public insurance option in his health care reform package, meant that he was also giving up the "death panel" provision. In fact, while there is no direct connection between the two, the "death panel" proposal—specifically, the IMAC independent board of experts which would serve as a Nazi T4 board to decide who lives and who dies—remains at the core of the President's proposal.