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June 6 is now called "black Monday" in Haiti, the day on which torrential rains caused untold damage in practically every province, killing 23 people.
Kentucky State Senator Perry B. Clark (D) yesterday sent letters to the eight members of his state's Congressional delegation, asking them to back re-instatement of the Glass Steagall Act. Sen. Clark represents the 37th District, part of Jefferson County, which includes Louisville.
In addition to the hour-long interview with Jack Stockwell, reported yesterday, Harley Schlanger has had three other interviews in the last 24 hours, all of which featured Lyndon LaRouche's emergency call for price controls on food, and an accelerated push for Glass-Steagall.
In a lengthy interview with the European Energy Review published yesterday, Robert Jan Jeekel, energy policy spokesman of the Eurometals federation, attacked the European Commission's climate policy for causing the deindustrialization of the continent: "The EU's inward-looking unilateral climate policy is endangering our industry.
July 3rd is the deadline set by Lyndon LaRouche for the implementation of the Glass-Steagall. It is also the day of reckoning for Europe.
At a joint press conference with visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Barack Obama tried to turn up the heat on Germany to come up with a new bail-out for Greece's creditors, lest a default bring down the whole house of cards (on his masters).
In late March, the National Farmers Union submitted comments to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, that the CFTC should take action to limit "excessive speculation" on the commodity markets. The NFU issued a release on this on March 30, reiterating its stand in support of the Glass-Steagall law.
Increasingly, over the course of passing decades, my role in life of our nation’s and also that of our world, has been that of a strategic character...
"Unusual" weather conditions have created an "unprecedented" water runoff that could cause the Missouri River basin floods to continue through mid-August, the U.S. National Weather Service warned yesterday.