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We, our patriots of such places as both the United States and Ireland, share what we are properly disposed to believe, is the immortal mission to be accomplished by the work of both our presently living and those often precious, departed souls from whom we have inherited our immortal mission for today and beyond.

Ignore any notion that the situation in Haiti has "improved." Fifteen months after the January 2010 earthquake, and six months after the October 2010 cholera outbreak, the crisis in this nation of 9.6 million is more dire than ever—thanks to Barack Obama.

April 25th, 2011 • 9:37 AM

April 19, 2011 (LPAC)—The budget "compromise" passed by Congress on April 14, and signed by the President the following day, threatens the future of almost all of NASA's programs. The five-month FY11 budget that was passed, cuts $250 million from last year's funding, to $18.45 billion.

April 20th, 2011 • 11:55 AM

On Monday, April 11, Sergey Pulinets' wide-ranging interview assembling the science of earthquake forecasting from multiple sorts of precursors, appeared on LaRouchePAC's website. Two days later, on April 13, Lyndon LaRouche and two members of his "basement team" drew out the fuller implications of Pulinets' interview in an historic LaRouchePAC Weekly Report.

April 18th, 2011 • 12:21 PM

This is the central portion of Pope Benedict XVI's Easter Vigil Homily, given Saturday night, April 23.

April 25th, 2011 • 9:40 AM

I have often been sent questions respecting certain matters of physical science which define the relevant, indicated topic in terms of what is fairly identified in conventional terms of reference, as mathematical“sense-certainty.”

April 22nd, 2011 • 11:19 AM

Speaking to an international audience at his webcast April 19, leading economist and statesman Lyndon LaRouche had an unambiguous message: Push through the Glass-Steagall bill (HR 1489) that's been introduced into the House of Representatives now, or humanity will not survive.

April 22nd, 2011 • 11:19 AM

In that April 13 Nature article, Geller avoids pointing to his own inquisitional role, instead recording the suppression of earthquake-related science as supposedly objective history.

April 18th, 2011 • 12:23 PM