The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
Has Peter Orszag gone one step too far? Obama was let out of his Hitler bunker for a campaign foray on Thursday, but clearly brought the bunker with him.
The two regional Federal Reserve Governors who last month urged Congress to reinstate Glass-Steagall, yesterday took to the airwaves to oppose the new round of Monopoly money printing which London is screaming must be done, now!
Without Glass-Steagall, no recovery is possible and the US is doomed to disintegration. As Lyndon LaRouche has said, we will be hit with a global existential crisis this summer, between late July and late September, that is, before October 10th.
Kesha Rogers, the Democratic candidate for the 22nd Congressional district in Texas, issued an open letter to her Republican opponent, Pete Olson, on Thursday, demanding that he join her in demanding the impeachment of President Barack Obama.
British troops have handed over to the U.S. Marines the Helmand city, Sangin, which they had captured in 2005. Sangin is one of the six largest opium trading centers in Helmand province, and the British had captured five of the six. Beginning 2006, opium production in Helmand province soared as never before.
Fire departments all across the country are being forced to layoff firefighters and close fire houses, due to budget cuts resulting from the genocidal economic policies of the Obama Administration. In many cases already reported in the briefing, city officials are claiming that the reduced crews still on duty won't affect public safety.
Summer for Congress campaign organizer Joe Elkins reported the following incident from his organizing in the district of Congressman Mike Thompson (D-1st) this week.
In a statement issued on July 8, LaRouche Democrat Summer Shields, a write-in candidate against Nancy Pelosi, blasted the California Democrat, and Majority Leader, for endorsing, and promoting, the fascist policy of billionaire austerity-monger Pete Peterson.
In the presence of such Iran-haters as John Bolton, UAE Ambassador to the United States Youssef Al-Otaida, went on rubber stamping the "bomb Iran" British campaign to attack Iran, The Washington Times reported on July 6. His comments were in response to a question after a public interview session with the Atlantic magazine at the Aspen Ideas Festival at Aspen, Colorado.
In the process of reauthorizing the America Competes Act, which is a hodge-podge of programs to try to support science and technology and math education, the House has passed a bill that, for the first time in 30 years, calls for a "stronger focus" on "developing enabling technologies required to practically harness fusion power for reliable baseload electricity." For decades, fusion has been a (s