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Volume 34, Number 17, April 27, 2007

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Virginia Tech Killer Was
Another Video Game Fanatic

The Risk of Violence Was Foreseeable

What Is the `New Violence'?

A policy memo from May 5, 2000.

LaRouche: Wake Up to
`New Violence' Danger

A speech to the May 20, 2000 founding meeting of the Commission Against the New Violence.

Violent Video Games
Are Mass-Murder Simulators

A speech by Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.) on May 20, 2000.

After the Erfurt Massacre:
Time To Ban Violent Videos

A statement by Helga Zepp-LaRouche on April 29, 2002.

Media, Arms Dealers & Killer Video Games

Violent Video Games
Reward Children for Killing People

An interview with Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.) in 2002.

EIR's Record on Video-Game Violence


Nations Get Back To Building
the Eurasian Land-Bridge (PDF)

After being pushed to the "back burner" for close to a decade, the Eurasian Land-Bridge is again at the forefront on discussions among nations of the world's largest landmass, with ambitious infrastructure projects moving forward.

Iranian Maglev Will Link
Tehran to Land-Bridge City

Russia Building First Floating Nuclear Plant

Eurasian Powers Defy Sanctions on Myanmar

Policies, Not Scandal,
Destroyed Wolfowitz

Is World Bank Chairman Paul Wolfowitz dead meat?

German Press Slams Brit Lies on LaRouche

France: Ségolène Royal—Our Vote for Reason

A statement by former French Presidential pre-candidate Jacques Cheminade.


`Ask the Man Who Owns One'

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. Since none among the leading candidates for the Presidential nomination of the U.S. Democratic Party is presently actually qualified to serve during the 2009-2013 terms, we must select and develop a suitable pre-candidate, who must undergo the necessary development and guidance.

`We Should Be Willing
To Talk to Syria and Iran'

An interview with Gen. Joseph P. Hoar (ret.)

The Decline and Fall of Al Gore

Alberto Gonzales's Real Offense:
A Shill for Cheney-Bush War Crimes

In Memoriam

Kenneth Lewis Kronberg

The Immortality We May Share

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Chairman, International Caucus of Labor Committees.

In Memoriam:
Indira Gandhi, d. Oct. 31, 1984

This poem was composed by Kenneth Kronberg.


Germany Leads Charge To Regulate
Hedge-Fund `Locusts'

There is increasing ferment in Germany, China, and other locations, demanding intervention to stop the rapacious attack of the hedge funds and private equity funds on national economies.

EIR Submits Congressional Testimony
on the `Global Warming Con Job'


Lt. Col. David Grossman (ret.)

Colonel Grossman, a former U.S. Army Ranger, and former professor at West Point and the University of Arkansas, gave this interview to Helga Zepp-LaRouche on May 4, 2002. He has written two books demonstrating how media and video-game violence is making killers out of children.

Gen. Joseph P. Hoar (ret.)

General Hoar, a retired four-star general from the U.S. Marine Corps, was Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Central Command (1991-94), commanding the U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf after the 1991 war. He also served in the Vietnam War, as a battalion and brigade advisor with the Vietnamese Marines.



Oil Prices Fuelling the Bubble.


Goebbels Sends His Greetings