Former French presidential candidate and Chairman of Solidarité et Progrès, Jacques Cheminade, appeals to President Trump to exonerate Lyndon LaRouche, thereby exonerating the ideas for which LaRouche's enemies put him in prison.
By Robert Ingraham In a spirit of harmony with President Trump’s directive to call forth the teaching of actual American history in our schools, I offer here the first in a series of vignettes on the lessons... read more
On November 2, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order to establish the Advisory 1776 Commission, which, among other responsibilities, will be tasked with creating a curriculum that teaches actual American... read more
Despite the economic decline our nation has suffered since the 1980s, we still have a unique and indispensable role to play. As LaRouche discussed in his 1983 program for the development of the Indian–Pacific Oceans... read more
At a White House press briefing on July 14, 2020, President Trump commented: “When I first saw the Green New Deal, I thought it was a joke. I said, ‘This will never go anywhere.’ Now they’re trying to impose it. This... read more
On October 6, 1986, thirty-four years ago Tuesday, 400 federal and state law enforcement agents swept into Leesburg, Virginia, along with privately owned tanks marshalled by Middleburg, Virginia Hunt Country scion... read more
Join our live conference Saturday, September 26th at 10am EDT. - The philosopher most responsible for the American Revolution, Gottfried Leibniz, wrote: “We live in the best of all possible worlds.” How could... read more