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The latest Basement Roundtable is posted, The Evolution of Cosmic Radiation!
It was an excellent follow-up to the previous roundtable, The KT Extinction, taking the discussion into the domain of cosmic radiation.
The angry denials of the reductionist academics can already be heard echoing through the halls of their ivory towers.
America's leading economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche will deliver a major address on Friday evening, September 30, at 8 PM Eastern Daylight Time. Speaking on LPAC-TV's Weekly Report Sept. 28, LaRouche identified the urgent topic of his upcoming message.
A report from Sacramento County's Countywide Services Agency provides a snapshot of the increase in misery in California, as the poverty rate is soaring, and is exacerbated by state and local budget cuts, which continue unabated.
Barack Obama, who was previously worshipped in Europe, is no longer exempt from scathing criticism, particularly after U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's failed effort to force Europe to adopt a euro version of his own disastrous TARP policy, and after Obama's demand that Europe capitulate to this hyperinflationary madness.
The anonymous "White House Insider" source of blogger "Ulsterman" resurfaced yesterday after a long quiescence. This "Insider" is one of the leading Democrats who has joined Lyndon LaRouche in the drive to get rid of Obama. His dispatch today includes a trenchant description of the President's state of clinical depression (and of the mental illness of his wife Michelle).
**Update: The Tiangong-1 succesfully launched at 9:16 p.m. Beijing Time (9:16 am EDT) Thursday from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center**
Since 2009 the State of Georgia has borrowed $721 million from Washington to help the unemployed survive, and now it may repay the debt by cutting back on jobless benefits. The state Labor Department will send a $21.4 million check to Washington this week, the first payment on the debt.
President Obama's plan to use supercommittees and to cut back on Medicare and Medicaid to reduce the Federal deficit has begun to take its toll. In an article, the Washington Post's N.C. Aizemann on Sept. 28 cited a survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation. The survey found that premiums for family plans rose 9 percent in 2011, after several years of slower annual growth.
In a back-to-school speech at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in Washington, D.C., yesterday, Barack Obama admitted that ethics was not his favorite subject and that he still does not always know what is right and wrong.