The fight to stop the Bush Administration from looting Social Security by privatizing it has been turnedby Bush himselfinto the front line of battle for Congressional opponents, labor and seniors' organizations, and all currents of the Democratic Party; and it has split the Republicans. At the center of the battle is Lyndon LaRouche.
From the LaRouche PAC's pamphlet, released in December 2004.
Truth Behind the Myth
A profile of John Train.
A profile of George Shultz.
The Anglo-American-German cartels established in the 1920s were the most immediate precedent for the current danger presented by a private financier oligarchy bent on world domination under the guise of "globalization." Before, during, and after World War II, they were out to sabotage President Franklin D. Roosevelt's policy orientation, and his legacy. By William F. Wertz, Jr.
Shultz's Hit Man Fischer
To Head Bank of Israel
Stanley Fischer, the former Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, oversaw the financial meltdowns in Asia, Russia, and Argentina. His new appointment signals that the IMF considers a financial blowout of the Israeli economy possible.
Documentation: A letter from Sen. Kent Conrad and Rep. Henry Waxman to the incoming Secretary of Agriculture, calling for his review of the Agriculture Department's decision to lift the ban on live cattle imports from Canada.
Myanmar, Bangladesh, India Clinch Deals
State Budgets in Crisis, Need FDR Approach
Elections in Palestine:
`Democracy Under Occupation'
The Palestinian elections point to the fact that for the Bush Administration, the call for "democracy in the Middle East" is a cynical manipulation. Dianna Buttu, a legal advisor to the PLO, gave a briefing in Washington on what really happened in the elections.
South African President Mbeki,
in Sudan, Scores British Colonialism
Rumsfeld Prepares `One, Two,
Many Pinochets' in the Americas
A report on battle that erupted at the Defense Ministerial of the Americas, held in Quito, Ecuador in November.
The Sphinx and the Gladiators:
How Neo-Fascists Steered the Red Brigades
La Sfinge delle Brigate Rosse (The Sphinx of the Red Brigades), by Sergio Flamigni.
The legal opinions which Attorney General nominee Alberto Gonzales approved and submitted to the President, laid the basis for the use of the "hunter-killer" teams championed by Secretary Rumsfeld. Documentation: The testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee of Adm. John D. Hutson (ret.), opposing the nomination of Gonzales.
Killer California Budget
GOP Tightens Its Grip on the Congress
Report From Germany
Ghost of Schacht Haunts Germany.
From the Congress
From "Preserving Democracy: What Went Wrong in Ohio," by the House Judiciary Committee Democratic Staff; and "In Response to Serious Concerns Over Presidential Vote in Ohio, Lautenberg Announces Measure To Prevent Partisan Activity by Election Officials," a press release from Sen. Frank Lautenberg.
Eye on Washington
A Sublime Moment.
LaRouche: World Needs a New Treaty of Westphalia.