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Volume 36, Number 21, May 29, 2009

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A Notre Dame Event:
Don't Ask Obama

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. What is actually important about President Barack Obama's appearance at Notre Dame University on May 17, "was his certain, curious kind of innocence of what he had done. He showed no comprehension of the political issues of life-versus-death which he promised to compromise."

Did OECD Write Obama's Nazi Health Plan?

Orszag's British Nazi Model:
Who Dies First?

Alabama Resolution:
Rep. Jackson Condemns Obama Health Policy

Social Security:
Trash the Reports!

The Hill-Burton Act

The 1946 "Hospital Survey and Construction Act," still on the books, says simply and clearly what needs to be done.

Economics

Break the U.S.A. Out of the
Imperial Genocide Trap

While the fools on Wall Street think the bailout is designed to save them, it is really a scheme to bankrupt the United States, and remove it as an obstacle to domination by the financier oligarchs of the Anglo-Dutch Liberal empire.

The Monster Sitting on Your Skull!:
Overhead!

By Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr. If you want to cut health-care costs, shut down the HMOs: the single biggest category of harmless cuts in cost of healthcare overhead.

World Health Meeting:
British Push Free Trade for Viruses

International

Bibi Fails To Deliver for London
in Meeting with Obama

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanhayu came to Washington with one overriding mission: to win concessions from the Obama Administration for London's planned military strikes against Iran. He didn't get them—for good reason.

BüSo Party Congress:
Hot Phase of European Election Battle Begins

The Civil Rights Solidarity Movement in Germany met in Frankfurt, to gear up its campaign for the June 7 European parliamentary elections.

Indian Elections:
Voters Opt for More Than Stability

U.S. Sanctions Threatening Sudan's
U.S.-Ratified Internal Peace Agreement

New Somali Government Struggling To Hold On

Science

Science for Legislators:
Is the Fear of Nuclear Radiation Constitutional?

A primer to help the present majority of misinformed policymakers and citizens to learn the truth about nuclear radiation, and the wonderful power for good that it holds out for mankind.

Editorial

America's Unique Mission