The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
His popularity steadily collapsing, President Mustache and his administration are desperately trying to escape the well-deserved political backlash against his ongoing bailout of the British financial system.
J.P. Morgan Chase and Bank of America both reported multi-billion dollar profits for the first quarter of 2010 last week, so LPAC decided to examine those profits in the context of Glass-Steagall.
Like Shultz, London's Economist this week endorsed, in two articles, Obama's supposed nuclear non-proliferation policy, calling the summit a good step towards next month's big international five-year review of NPT.
On April 4, Afghan President Hamid Karzai held a shura meeting in Kabul with more than 1,000 tribal elders from Kandahar, and promised them that NATO's planned Kandahar offensive would not be carried out without their support.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has finally decided to lift the veil from a tiny corner of the massive fraud at Goldman "Sucks," by charging the company with an $11 billion securities fraud against its own customers in 2007.
One does not generally associate reasonable statements with officials of the Federal Reserve, but Thomas Hoenig, President of the Kansas City Fed, leveled some useful criticism against the banking "reform" bill now before the U.S. Senate.
In Israel Sunday, as part of the 62nd anniversary celebration of Israeli "Independence," Bibi Netanyahu thanked Lord Jacob Rothschild and Rothschild family members from the Rothschild's Yad Hanadiv Foundation for their gift of 100 million shekels to build a National Library in Jerusalem.
Iran answered Obama's nuclear security extravaganza of last week, with a nuclear summit of its own April 17.
"Congress has neither the authority nor the guts to stop him, since there are plenty of discretionary war funds at the President's disposal."