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With the momentum coming off the HCR 105 victory in the U.S. House of Representatives last week, the United States must now go full steam ahead for the passage and implementation of Glass- Steagall, Lyndon LaRouche said today. The principle of Constitutional authority, above and beyond partisan issues, has been restated; now it must be fully reestablished, and quickly so.
West's Ukraine Project Is Doomed To Failure, Say Russia's Lavrov
The breakthrough at the BRICS summit in Fortaleza, Brazil, followed by last Friday’s long-overdue bipartisan Congressional repudiation of the successive Bush-Cheney and Obama tyrannies means that it is now in our hands to create a new international monetary system based on a standard of production...
There was almost no coverage in the national media of the historic July 25 vote in the House to restore the Constitution regarding war powers, HCR 105. The most despicable was Reuters, which simply lied that "it was a largely symbolic vote. To be enacted, the measure would require backing by the U.S. Senate, which is not expected, and even then it would not have the force of law."
American statesman Lyndon LaRouche today ridiculed Barack Obama for "just sitting back there like a dumb louse and taking the blows that are administered to him without response," after the stunning defeat he suffered at the hands of a bi-partisan coalition of Congressmen who overwhelmingly approved House Concurrent Resolution 105 on July 25.
With the announcement of stepped up European and U.S. sanctions against Russia scheduled to be formally announced tomorrow, the British Empire is making it clear that they are prepared to go all the way and try to wipe Russia off the map, both militarily as well as financially. Their threats are as dangerous as they are crazy...
The following Press Release was issued by Executive Intelligence Review this afternoon-- With its overwhelming vote on July 25 to reassert the unique Constitutional power of Congress, not the President, to make decisions on whether the nation should go to war...
In a July 25 video address to an audience in the northern province of Chaco, to celebrate the opening of a new iron smelting plant, President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner made an unmistakable reference to the Glass-Steagall law— without naming it—noting that "there was once a law in the United States which prohibited the type of speculation" which the predatory vulture funds have engaged in,