The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The Sinn Féin Summer School, meeting over the weekend in County Cork, was a clear preparation for Ireland's renewed, and international, mobilization against bailouts and austerity.
The last session opened with a keynote address by Gerry Adams, in which he stressed Sinn Féin's campaign for the process of unification of Ireland, economically and politically.
After President Obama let it publicly be known that he wanted to cut Social Security as part of any debt reduction deal with Congressional Republicans, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi fired off an angry note to Office of Management and Budget Director Jack Lew telling him, and through him Obama, that the President better not expect to be able to get passage of a debt deal without support from H
While nearly 1 million Americans were making the trip from around the country to Cape Canaveral to be a witness to history, for the July 8th final Space Shuttle launch, members of Congress were voting to destroy what remains of the future of space exploration.
Peter Graf Kielmannsegg, belonging to a family with several hundred years of military and civil servant service in Germany, a political scientist and professor emeritus of Mannheim University, has an essay in yesterday's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, coming to the conclusion that all these bailouts will neither help the Greeks nor the rest of the Eurozone nor Europe as a whole.
Rep. Tim Scott (R-Ga.) said on July 5 that if President Obama should invoke a clause in the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution in order to bypass Congress and borrow beyond the debt limit, he would consider that an act worthy of impeachment. "This President is looking to usurp Congressional oversight to find a way to get it done without us.
The hand servants of Her Britannic Majesty will be running the Greek privatization policy.
Several scientists and medical researchers have found that satellite imaging technology has already proven extremely useful in predicting cholera outbreaks weeks before they occur.
In an effort to restore commonsense and important safeguards to the financial sector, Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-NY) Thursday introduced a bill that would reinstate the Banking Act of 1933, better known as the Glass-Steagall Act, in order to separate investment banking from commercial banking. The congressman, who introduced the Glass-Steagall Restoration Act with Reps.
Barack Obama, personally, has insisted that slashing Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security be placed front and center in the negotiations with Congressional Democrats and Republicans on raising the debt ceiling.