By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. The late Leo Strauss, godfather of today's neo-conservatives and of the Democratic Leadership Council as well, "is notable for the extremes of his perversity, a trait leaning toward the outright philosophical fascism of Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, Karl Jaspers, Theodor Adorno, Hannah Arendt, and the Savigny-Schmitt school of law in Germany and the Americas."
A profile of Leo Strauss.
Strauss and the Neo-Cons as
Seen From Europe
By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "The principal source of the difficulty which most Europeans experience in attempting to understand the present U.S. internal crisis, is that the current eruption of wild-eyed U.S. imperialist practices is rooted in the same Anglo-Dutch Liberal model admired by most popular and official opinion in today's Europe."
Revenue Crash, War Fear
Hang Over Budget Debate
States' Fiscal Crises:
A National Security Issue
War Drive Pushes U.S. Airlines
Into Free Fall
War Threats Trigger
Japan Financial Meltdown
Fannie/Freddie Blowout Debate
Reaches the Fed
Unemployed Surge Shows
Physical Economy Drops
Reverse the 35-Year Devastation of America's Industry and Labor Force
From a lecture by economist Richard Freeman to a LaRouche Youth Movement cadre school in Redford, Michigan.
The Drive For War Becomes a
The imperial war policy of the Bush Administration has functioned as a strategic catalyst for unprecedented cooperation in Eurasia.
`Clean Break' Fuels the `Other' Mideast War
Region's Rejection of War
Shows in Tehran
Muriel Mirak-Weissbach reports from Tehran on the 13th International Conference on "The Persian Gulf in the Light of Global Changes and Developments," held at the Institute for Political and International Studies, the think-tank of the foreign ministry. She was an invited speaker, presenting Lyndon LaRouche's analysis of the current war danger.
German Clerics Meet
Americans Against War
Cheney To Visit East AsiaDelivering War?
Brazil Tries To Evade
This mass leaflet by Lyndon H. LaRouche was circulated by his Presidential campaign committee.
The exposure of Defense Policy Board Chairman Richard Perle by New Yorker journalist Seymour Hersh, and questions raised about Vice President Dick Cheney and Henry A. Kissinger, could provide the "exit strategy" needed for President Bush in Iraq.
Troops Being Set Up for
Gulf War Syndrome II?
One of Schiller's `Beautiful Souls'
An appreciation of Marianna Wertz, a leader of the Schiller Institute, who died on Jan. 15.
Sting in the Tail of Timor's Independence.