The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
House Republicans had a "freewheeling discussion," reported Breitbart on July 25, in which they argued over what to do about President Obama on the immigration crisis. Rep.
In an unexpected turn around, Egypt's President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi politely said no to the White House's invitation to visit the U.S. At the African Leaders' Summit on August 4-6, Egypt will be sending Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab to attend instead. The White House spokesperson for the National Security Council, Ned Price, informed the press on July 14, that the U.S.
In a recent set of cooperation agreements, China's nuclear industry is moving into new markets for its nuclear expertise and hardware.
Breaking from profile, Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, has decided to investigate the "litigation policy" of the Obama Department of Justice "with respect to large financial institutions accused of illegality and fraud."
After an hour debate on Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 370 to 40 with 22 members not voting in favor of House Concurrent Resolution 105 introduced by Representatives Jim McGovern (D-Mass), Walter Jones (R-NC), and Barbara Lee (D-Calif.)...
Addressing the South African Parliament on July 24, President Jacob Zuma, one of the founding members of the New Development Bank under the aegis of the BRICS, said all African heads of state were excited about the bank. "They see this as an opportunity where we can develop Africa without too many strings attached, which has been with us in our history. We should be excited about this...
The Parliamentary coalition and government formed after the violent, neo-Nazi-driven and Western-backed coup in Ukraine last February collapsed on Thursday, followed by the surprise resignation of Prime Minister Arkadi "Yats" Yatsenyuk, whose candidacy was, infamously, promoted by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland.
"Every hospital closure means deaths!" declared Belhaven, No. Carolina, Mayor Adam O'Neal as he began his 273-mile walk to Washington, D.C. where he will put his demands to Congress. Upon his arrival in D.C., Monday, July 28, he will spearhead a Capitol Hill rally to demand an end to closure of rural area Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) and an expansion of Medicaid.
The New York Times ran a column by Floyd Norris on July 25 in its Business Section entitled "The Muddled Case of Argentine Bonds." The significance of the article is that the author exposes that, lo and behold!