What the FOMC decision really means is that the international bailout process, which is less economic policy and more of a political strategy, is getting increasingly out of control, and people are beginning to notice.
Lyndon LaRouche addressed the Schiller Institute's "A New Paradigm for the Survival of Civilization" conference in Germany this weekend. You can find a preliminary report on the conference here.
Members of LaRouche's Basement team Peter Martinson and Ben Deniston in a video presentation that was delivered to the recent Second International Conference on Fundamental Questions of Sustained Development in the System of Nature-Society-Man, held at the Dubna University of Nature, Society and Man, in Moscow.
Executive Intelligence Review magazine's Paul Gallagher and LPAC's Natalie Lovegren discuss the latest reports of the Fed announcing a continuation of QEIII at next week's FOMC meeting and also discuss the most recent excuses on Capitol Hill of why Glass-Steagall cannot be reinstated.
The "business model" approach to the so-called fiscal cliff will be worse than the Greek Troika model. Say no to austerity. Reinstate Glass-Steagall before the new fiscal year!
Former congressional candidate Diane Sare speaks from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on the far more devastating effects of a thermonuclear war, and the need for Obama's removal.
Bankrupt Europe lectures Argentina on economic policy. Spain makes threats over the nationalization of the petroleum company YPF. Meanwhile, young professionals are fleeing Spain en masse and settling in Argentina, where they have opportunities in the fields of science and technology.