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A monster storm of high winds and tornadoes ripped through the multi-state region of Kansas to Tennessee Feb. 29, leaving at least 13 dead and hundreds injured. Towns, farmsteads, pastures, and cropland were all hit.

March 2nd, 2012 • 9:20 AM

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Thursday, March 1, 2012 • 12:47 PM

Kesha Rogers, Congressional Candidate TX - 22

[pretitle]International Day of Action[/pretitle]

[title]STOP WORLD WAR III[/title] [date]Call for Rallies for Peace on Saturday, March 3, 2012[/date]

[author]by Helga Zepp-LaRouche[/author]

March 1st, 2012 • 10:29 AM

Did you know that a hedge fund speculator, who runs one of London's preferred global "'democratic' regime change" training centers, has unleashed a drive to deliver "shock therapy" to the United States political system in the 2012 elections?

March 1st, 2012 • 9:33 AM

The European Central Bank yesterday opened the flood gates to offer banks unlimited three-year loans at 1% interest, and they promptly borrowed 529.5 billion euros of the virtually free money. This was more than the 489 billion euros scooped up in the first round of the so-called LTRO in December 2011.

March 1st, 2012 • 9:25 AM

A recent Ha'aretz report emphasized the guiding hand of Dr. Bernard Lewis behind Bibi Netanyahu's push for thermonuclear World War III, and this is of particular significance in the run-up to Sunday's start of the AIPAC war council session in Washington. Bernard Lewis, now in his early 90s, is one of the top British intelligence hands on the Middle East.

March 2nd, 2012 • 9:13 AM

Kesha Rogers, Congressional Canddiate TX - 22

March 1st, 2012 • 12:44 PM

Yesterday's new provocative actions against Belarus by the EU-bureaucracy should be seen in the context of close collaboration between Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus for the "Eurasian Union," which will be formed on Dec. 30th.

March 1st, 2012 • 9:37 AM

In yet another ruling that shows the heavy impact of sophistry, the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany this morning decided against the German government's plan for a "super-committee" of nine select Bundestag members to bypass (in their view) "time-consuming" debates in the parliament and have a body available for select information and rapid decision in favor of bailout.

March 1st, 2012 • 9:29 AM