A videotaped address by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. to a town meeting in the Los Angeles area on Dec. 7. In this deepening depression, the United States must look to the precedent of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Tennessee Valley Authority: a great national infrastructure program, with credit and legislative protection supplied by the Federal government.
Amtrak Is Barely Hanging On
Russian President Putin's tour brought the three biggest nations of EurasiaRussia, China, and Indiainto coherent diplomatic initiatives on the critical security and economic development problems they all face. This is vital for all the nations on the Eurasian landmass, and offers great potential to the United States as well.
Transform the Bankrupt Monetary System
Lyndon LaRouche replies to e-mail queries.
Global Economic Crisis
Hits Food Production
Koreas Finish Rails and Roads;
Opposition to War Talk Builds
U.S. Food for Peace to North Korea
Philippines Confronts `Argentine' Crisis
Israeli figures who strongly back Ariel Sharon's re-election in January, have been raising large volumes of tax-exempt money in the United States, for Israel. Is it funding the Likud faction of Sharon?
Israel: Paradox and Potential
of Sharon vs. Mitzna
Uribe and the Specter of
Fujimori in Colombia
Britain: The Case of Desperado
Pressure on Germany
To Join War Increases
LaRouche Youth Movement
Founds Nordic Chapter
Why Parliaments and Popular Opinion
Can't Solve the Global Crisis
A telephone address by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. to the International LaRouche Movement meeting in Copenhagen on Nov. 30.
Franklin Roosevelt and
the American System
Southeast Asia Rejects
Australia Pre-emptive Strike Policy
Ashcroft, Bush Administration
Trash Constitutional Protections
Under the guise of fighting terrorism, the Justice Department is building up a "parallel legal system" for terrorism suspects; but it is, in fact, headed toward casting a much broader net.
Threat of the `Total Information Project'
An interview with Christopher Pyle.
The Future of Warfare, or Recipe for Disaster?
A former Captain in U.S. Army Intelligence, Pyle in 1970 first exposed the existence of the Army's domestic surveillance program directed at American citizens. He now teaches Constitutional law and civil liberties at Mount Holyoke College.
An Electoral Shake-Up.
Kissinger To Head "New Warren Commission."