The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The huge food production concentrations west of the Mississippi River — e.g., 30+% of U.S. beef and dairy cattle from four High Plains states (Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska); 30% of U.S.
Click here for marching orders to restore Glass-Steagall.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) blasted members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday, as the committee voted to arm elements of the Syrian opposition in a bill co-sponsored by Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) and Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn). "This is an important moment," Paul said, addressing his Senate colleagues. "You will be funding, today, the allies of al Qaeda.
Spanish anti-bank investigative journalist Josep Manuel Novoa argues the urgency of Glass-Steagall, citing Lyndon LaRouche's campaign to reinstate the FDR law in the United States, in a lively article posted on May 21 by Colectiva Burbuja.
On May 20 in Sacramento, dairy farmer leaders of California put forward their case that they will go out of operation, if they don't have higher prices, to cover their costs of milk production, which state and Federal authorities have so far refused to act upon, to help.
Lois Lerner, the head of the IRS's tax-exempt organizations division, made a bizarre invocation of her Fifth Amendment privilege not to testify against herself in Congress on Tuesday — after she had already given an opening statement denying any wrong-doing.
In a letter published in the Washington Times today, Virginia State Senator Richard Black (who has sponsored the Glass-Steagall resolution in the Virginia legislature) called for the U.S. to end its intervention in Syria, or shift its support to President Bashir Assad.
Mexican farmer and peasant organizations are demanding that the federal government immediately make the issue of food production its top priority, or face mass protest and social upheaval from starving citizens.
As of May, drought remains extensive in the U.S. southwest and northern Mexico, with many zones of unlivable severity, for lack of water. These were the conditions which designers of NAWAPA in the 1960s, and the Plhino/Plhigon in Mexico, intended to prevent.