The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The Euro policy, which had been shoved down Germany's throat by France's President Francois Mitterand, Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and U.S. President George H. W. Bush, has now virtually bankupted the states of continental Europe's European Union.
Sinn Fein's warning that Ireland must burn the bond holders because the debt is unsustainable, is proving accurate. The quarterly Irish Treasury figures that were just released, show that one-fifth of Irish tax revenues goes to pay interest on Ireland's debt.
Eight hundred delegates to the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) today heard their president, Jack O'Connor, raise the question of whether the union federation should support a default on the Irish debt.
Conservative Constitutional lawyer Bruce Fein, citing the Articles of Impeachment he has drawn up against President Obama for his Libya crime, today forecast in a Huffington Post column that "President Barack Obama's political sepulcher will be war."
The National Farmers Organization (NFO), headquartered in Ames, Iowa, issued a press release Tuesday on talks on the new 2012 farm bill in the House of Representatives, ending their release by publicizing the House proposal to reinstate Glass-Steagall. The National Farmers group was founded in 1955 in Iowa, and now has members active in many states.
The overwhelming characteristic of state budgets that took effect, or are about to, is brutality against the states' most vulnerable residents; in the case of New Jersey, also vengeance against anyone who opposes Gov. Chris Christie's plans for the state.
The Greek Indignants have vowed to continue with the protests. This past Sunday, July 3, the Indignants of Syntagma Square held their sixth protest in coordination with other European movements. They are now expanding to create links and joint action with other Indignant movements.
The U.S. Senate convened at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, under Obama's orders to Majority Leader Sen. Reid to vote cloture at 5:00 on Senators' Kerry and McCain's bill supporting Obama's illegal war in Libya, so as to be able to move rapidly to a vote on it.