January 18th 2011 • 10:38PM

Lyndon LaRouche continues his State of the Union Address to the American Population and its would be leaders. This address will culminate with LaRouche's International Webcast this Saturday, January 22nd, 1pm EST. Watch the Webcast live on this website.

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January 14th 2011 • 10:53PM

An interview with EIR Economics Chief, John Hoefle, reveals the obvious point: we don't need Wall Street, never did, never will. In fact, if we don't reinstate FDR's 1933 Glass Steagall, shutting down Wall Street in the process, we'll lose the United States. Here is a look at the crisis the 50 states are facing and what the implications are of reinstating the 1933 banking regulation once again.

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January 11th 2011 • 11:03PM

Lyndon LaRouche will be delivering a series of State of the Union Addresses leading up to his January 22nd Webcast. These addresses will be the only State of the Unions worth listening to, as we enter a period of insanity set off by the collapse of the international financial system. As Mr.

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January 15th 2011 • 5:35PM

LaRouche's State of the Union address will culminate next Saturday with his International Webcast, Live on this website. Tune in Saturday, January 22nd at 1 pm EST/10 am PST.

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January 14th 2011 • 12:25PM

Watch Diane Sare put New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to shame as she intervenes with the LaRouche program at a public meeting held by the governor on Thursday.

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December 4th 2010 • 1:56AM

We Americans now have one more reason to stand in solidarity with the Irish: according to the facts revealed in this week’s report by the Federal Reserve, the American people have shelled out a total of $16 trillion which went, primarily, to foreign banks.

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Morning Report · April 23, 2012
April 23rd 2012 • 8:00AM

A growing spirit of national resistance to imperial financial dictatorship is emerging in nations across the transatlantic world. Our job in the United States is to organize a juggernaut for the three-fold solution: Glass-Steagall, National Banking, and NAWAPA -- and we have very little time to win.

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