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LaRouche Irish Brigade American co-editor and EIR journalist Nina Ogden, and EIR journalist and LPAC organizer Alan Ogden, teamed up with Irish co-editor, Gene Douglas, from mid-April through the first week in May to bring the drive for Glass-Steagall to Ireland.
PARIS—French public TV channel France 3, on May 15, broadcast an excellent 80-minute program called, "Bankers — They Promised They Would Change," sharply attacking the banks and unambiguously calling for a full return to the original Glass-Steagall solution of Franklin Roosevelt.
At least two West Coast tea party websites/chapters put up the LaRouchePAC press release on Sen. Tom Harkin's S985 today. The "Before It's News" site and the Ventura County Tea Party site showed that restoring Glass-Steagall continues to be the issue on which tea party conservatives and progressive Democrats agree.
It is as if a doctor prescribes a medicine for your illness and then says a few weeks later that it will kill you. The International Monetary Fund forecast that the Cyprus economy will get worse than was expected, when it, as part of the EC-ECB-IMF Troika forced the bail-in bailout on Cyprus.
EIR has received the full text of the resolution introduced by Councilman Gabriele Chiurli and passed by the Tuscany Regional Council (Consiglio Regionale della Toscana) on May 15. In addition to the passages reported in the May 17 briefing, there are further passages worth reporting in both the introduction and in the final part.
Reflecting the hope that the British Empire rightly fears could lead to its demise, a couple of new postings on the Harkin introduction of S.985 continue to reflect the new optimism.
Under the title, "Until We Restore Glass-Steagall, More Big Bank Bailouts Are Inevitable," the May 18 Eclecta Blog, which describes itself as "Progressive News and Commentary," promotes the urgent adoption of Glass-Steagall, which cause, it says, must become an "obsessi
The failure of at least three and likely four Arizona community banks in the past week has drawn attention to the increased rate of such failures in 2013 — though not back to the levels of 2009-10, yet.
As of May, 48% of the area of the U.S. contiguous states is in drought, down from 67% last Fall, but many areas are in more severe condition than ever before. Details were presented May 16, at the annual "Summer Drought Outlook" event, hosted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The reports constitute an S.O.S.
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