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Alan Simpson, the co-chairman of Obama's Catfood Commission, drew upon all of his poetic skills yesterday to promote fascist budget cuts, in an interview on CNN's "State of the Union." Simpson—not to be confused with the far more rational TV cartoon character of the same name—complained that the budget cuts, and control of earmarks, waste, fraud and abuse, foreign aid, and other things that have b
As legislators in Texas began to take up the budget, faced with a demand from Bush League Gov.
The situation in Egypt belies the reports uttered by the United States government and others, and the press. While the situation is undoubtedly still very touchy, nonethless the version given in general by the international press and the US government is clinically insane.
Russian metallurgists have claimed that the use of nanosteel would enhance a nuclear reactor's life to 60-80 years, and maybe even up to 100 years. Tests of the new material have reportedly confirmed its unique performance properties. Russia has been producing nanosteel in a 30-story blast furnace at the Novolipetsk Iron and Steel Plant (NLMK) for almost ten years.
In February 1763, in the Peace of Paris, the future U.S.A. was divided between the Liberal faction of the British East India Company and the American patriots. During the period from the February 1763 “Peace of Paris” to the United States’ victory at Yorktown, that division has existed to the present day, as between the American patriots and the “party of treason,”...
The qualified U.S. scholar of history has no difficulty understanding the difference between U.S. Constitutional principle, and the monetarist principles embedded in the Europe-wide tradition of usury. Formally, the task of explaining this distinction to the literate European is not difficult...
Once upon a time, in a land far-far away, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke told the truth. LaRouchePAC brings you the transcript from a speech at the National Press Club that Bernanke would never give, because it's the truth:
The Chinese Academy of Sciences officially launched its project for "the future of advanced nuclear fission energy -- the thorium-based molten salt reactor system," at a conference in Shanghai on Jan. 25, reported Wen Wei Po, a Hong Kong-based newspaper which specializes in news on advanced technology.
In a letter sent today to the nation's fifty governors, HHS Secretary Sebelius suggested, in the words of the Los Angeles Times, "a range of cuts they can make to Medicaid, including dropping some people from the program." These helpful suggestions were made in response, in Sebelius's words, to the fact that "many States are re-examining their Medicaid programs and looking for opportunitie