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Infrastructure Investment Breaks Back into Trump's Agenda

Immediate funding for protective and productive infrastructure projects, in multiple U.S. states and in Puerto Rico, has forced its way back onto President Donald Trump’s plans as he prepares for an 11-day trip to Asia which includes a crucial summit with President Xi Jinping in China. 642 more words


Vintage Salem Morning!

Salem Common. The largest house in the center is the home of Senator Nathaniel Silsbee, now the home of the Knights of Columbus. This home was purchased from bribes by Joshua Bates, an agent for Barring Brothers Bank, to lobby for the creation of The Second Bank of the United States. 169 more words

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Give Americans Some Credit

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchen being sworn in at the Oval Office. (photo V.P. Mike Pence’s Twitter)


Given leadership, Americans are rejecting the British-initiated attempt to “coup” President Trump, force him out of office by impeachment, resignation, or even assassination because he wants cooperation with Russia and China. 594 more words


Gulliver Travels to Manhattan—Only LaRouche's Four Laws & China's BRI Can Solve Manhattan Infrastructure Crisis

Construction under Grand Central Terminal. March 10, 2016. Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin

by Diane Sare

On Tuesday, “top experts” on New York City infrastructure were assembled to participate on two panels at the… 2,056 more words


Damn the Russiagate Hype — Listen to LaRouche: Federal Credit Now!

Lyndon LaRouche, with Diane Sare and Michael Steger of the LaRouchePAC Policy Committee


On Monday, amidst all the chatter about infrastructure—and Russiagate hysteria—Lyndon LaRouche cut through it, to stress: Federal credit! 718 more words


Rep. Kaptur: Reinstate Glass-Steagall to Restore 'Golden Age' of American Growth

Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), supported by Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC), testified this evening to the House Rules Committee and asked it to “set up a fair debate on reinstating the Glass-Steagall Act” in the House, to return a “healthier, more competitive, sounder banking system instead of rampant speculation.” She said, “This rests on separating risky speculation from prudent banking…. 211 more words


Economist Identifies the American System behind China's Economic Miracle

Michael Pettis, a professor of finance at the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University in Beijing, who also maintains a blog at the Carnegie Endowment, has reposted an article he first published in 2013 titled: … 320 more words