The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The "Fracking Great Oil Boom" of Obama/Wall Street in the United States, is centered in Texas and North Dakota. Shipping out oil by rail from the Bakken Shale region of the Dakotas and Montana, is right now disrupting the entire northern High Plains and Prairie Provinces agriculture system...
The latest installment in the series of evil reports on global warming, by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), was issued March 31; it was preceded on March 28 by an Obama White House statement with the same assertion: Earth's climate is being ruined by man's activity. Mankind must curb itself to death.
On the eve of the Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change, in November of 2009, Queen Elizabeth II convened a special meeting of the 53 member states of the British Commonwealth to reaffirm its identity as a global empire in fact.
In California two days ago, more grandstanding by members of Congress, as usual, failed to address the fundamental, single roadblock for dealing with an intensified drought and the spreading impact ripping through the state, Barack Obama...
Obama visited a Safeway warehouse depot in Maryland yesterday, to announce that he is directing his regime's Transportation Department and Environmental Protection Agency to set tighter emission controls for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, to go into effect in March 2016 (large pickups, school buses, and 18-wheelers.).
California's two major newspapers last week came out with an insidious, destructive barrage of Wall Street/London crap, that the entire Central Valley agriculture system is "unsustainable." Hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland should just be shut down, the sooner, the better.
A two-hour hearing yesterday by the Senate Energy Committee became a venue for manic statements by lawmakers and witnesses on the glories of the new U.S. and global "natural gas revolution"...
On Wednesday afternoon the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies held an event on international water security titled, “Water: The Essential Link to Sustainable Development.” Attending the event was Michael Kirsch, the primary author of the 2012 NAWAPA XXI report and accompanying draft legislation for the project.