By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. "The most common source of the great, truly tragic failures of official society's attempted practice of physical science, are found in the chasm which separates science pursued merely as a professional occupation, from science pursued as a mission for discovery of truth. In the first case, the professional asks, `Will it be accepted? Will it work?' In the second case, he asks, `Have I proven that this is actually true?' "
U.S. `Recovery' Was Debt
Dressed Up for Hallowe'en
The new hype about an American economic "recovery"based on alleged GDP growth of 7.2% in the third quarteris based on two pillars: fraud and debt. Preliminary figures indicate that in the third quarter, it required $6-8 of new indebtedness, public and private, in the U.S. economy, to generate each new dollar of GDP.
The case of Iowa shows how once Wal-Mart comes to town, a community's pre-existing retail stores are driven out of business, driving down wages and state and local tax revenues.
LaRouche Puts Spotlight on
Veterans' Health Care
India: Boost Infrastructure
To Speed Up Growth
George Soros Spreads Opium Wars
Across the Americas
After the ouster of Bolivian President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada in Bolivia, it is now Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe Vélez, the one hard-line anti-drug head of government left in the region and touted by the Bush Administration as its best ally in the Americas, which is on the line; and it is Washington's own policies that are bringing him down.
LaRouche: Combat Coca
All-Out Political War Is On in Britain
Anglo-Americans Dictate `Peace' to Sudan
LaRouche Turns Up the Heat on Cheney
A million LaRouche in 2004 leaflets are circulating with the call, "Dump Cheney Now!" as the factional brawl in Washington intensifies, and Administration pragmatists weigh the option of sending the Vice President out to pasture.
LaRouche on `Cheney-Gate'
`Proud To Bring LaRouche to My Constituency'
An interview with Lamarr Lemmons.
At the bi-annual conference of George Soros' Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), speaker after speaker (when away from the cameras and the tape recorders) gleefully discussed how they would legalize drugs, all the time whispering that legalization has to be "kept separate" from Soros' latest front-end operation: the takeover of the Democratic Party.
Democratic State Representative Lemmons hosted Lyndon LaRouche's Presidential campaign meeting in Detroit on Nov. 20. Lemmons served in the Michigan House of Representatives for six years until 2003, representing East Detroit.
A Challenge for Germany