The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The war of words over China’s East China Sea air defense identification zone (ADIZ) continues, but, so far, it remains a war of words. On Dec. 6, Seoul began the process of expanding its own air defense identification zone to overlap more of the Chinese ADIZ, following the meeting between President Park Geun-hye and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.
In an op ed. which appeared on Breitbart.com, Rep. tom McClintock (R-Ca) wrote that the overarching question of our generation, which was raised in the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Dec.
Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey has played a key role in the institutional war avoidance effort. He was the public face of that effort during the drive for war on Syria and is playing the same role with respect to China, in particular, with respect to its Nov. 23 declaration of an air defense identification zone over the East China Sea.
Lyndon LaRouche yesterday ripped into the recent Federal Bankruptcy Court ruling, upholing Detroit's petition for bankruptcy protection in violation of the Michigan State Constitution's guarantee of all state and municipal pensions. As the result of the bankruptcy plan, Detroit municipal workers and retirees will lose 95 percent of their pensions, which is tantamount to a death sentence for many.
The Washington Post reported Dec. 5 that the NSA is tracking the location of 5 billion cellphones a day under a program codenamed CO-TRAVELER.
According to The Hill, Rep. James Sensenbrenner, Jr., the original author of the Patriot Act has called for Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to be fired and prosecuted for lying to Congress.
The Washington Post's lead article on Thursday revealed that the National Security Agency "is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world, according to to
Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to take leadership on multiple fronts in the unfolding crisis of civilization, and is being recognized for this by some formerly hostile sectors.
The House Judiciary Committee held an extraordinary hearing on the "President's Constitutional Duty to Faithfully Execute the Laws," tuesday, December 3rd. As one Representative pointed out, it was in the very chamber in which the hearing took place yesterday that in 1974 the ranking member of the committee, a Republican, called for the impeachment of Richard Nixon.