The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
The July 30 launch of high-speed Sapsan train service between the Volga industrial city of Nizhny Novgorod and Moscow went forward, despite those two cities being epicenters of a summer wildfire crisis on a scale not seen in Russia since 1972.
Another characteristic of the disintegration of cities and their public safety services is the propensity of city officials to blame the fire and police unions for their fiscal crises. Some mayors (as will be seen below) have gone so far as to treat the unions as adversaries whose alleged interests run counter to the interests of their publics, and unions tend to respond the same way.
"If It Sounds Like Racism and Acts Like Racism, Then It Probably Is Racism." Danny Bakewell, Sr., chairman of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), the 69-year-old federation of more than 200 Black community newspapers from across the United States, yesterday sent out an op-ed under that title to the NNPA's network, calling for a mobilization to defend Representatives Rangel and Wa
Rep. Charles Rangel, who, being framed up by Barack Obama, explained with passion today why he refuses to make a "plea bargain," saying, according to Politico and the New York Daily News, "I have never heard of a case where somebody's accused of something" and is asked to plead guilty to make things easier for others, without a hearing of the facts.
New York Daily News columnist Andrea Tantaros's commentary yesterday on First Lady Michelle Obama's five-star resort vacation in the capital of Spain's "Costa del Crime," Marbella, captures how Americans despise the Obamas and their Ancien Regime ways.
High-speed train service has started on the 255-mile Moscow-Nizhny Novgorod line, making it possible now to travel the 650 miles between St. Petersburg and Nizhny (Russia's second and fourth biggest cities) in eight and a half hours, including stops at Moscow and Vladimir.
On Thursday, Lyndon LaRouche let it be known that the best 88th birthday gift that he could receive this coming September, is the removal of Barack Obama from the Presidency.
On Aug. 4, Rep. Maxine Waters sent the following letter to the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, demanding due process in the witch hunt being conducted against her:
"Dear Chairwoman Lofgren and Ranking Member Bonner:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that the number of Americans receiving food stamps rose to a record in May, the last month for which figures were available: 40.8 million people, in just under 19 million households.
When man “builds infrastructure” he is not simply placing some object called infrastructure into an empty box. He is actually reorganizing the physical spacetime of the biosphere, as a system, by transforming and redirecting the biogenic flows through the biosphere, allowing it to attain to higher and higher levels of energy flux density.