December 28, 2002:
Harley Schlanger, Author, Western States Spokesman for Lyndon LaRouche's campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination; Nevada State Sen. Joe Neal, leader in the fight to get rid of deregulation and return to FDR-style reconstruction policies to overcome the worldwide economic depression; Pennsylvania State Rep. Harold James; and leaders from the LaRouche Youth Movement.
December 21, 2002:
Historian Anton Chaitkin discusses the dirty-money connections of the Israeli Likud party and Prime Minister (but maybe not for too much longer) Ariel Sharon.
December 14, 2002:
Harley Schlanger, Western States Coordinator for Lyndon LaRouche, discusses how to organize a new Classical renaissance. He also details LaRouche's answers to the war danger, the economic crisis, and the threatened new dark age, and is joined by other guests from the LaRouche Youth Movement.
December 7, 2002:
EIR Economics writer Richard Freeman on "Federal Budgets Out of Control: LaRouche's `Super TVA' Needed To Deal with Emergency." Also EIR's Anita Gallagher on the crisis of the U.S. airlines.
November 30, 2002:
EIR's Jeffrey Steinberg discusses the international strategic situation following the Israeli elections.
November 23, 2002:
Debra Freeman, National Spokesman for Lyndon LaRouche's campaign for the 2004 Democratic Presidential nomination; and also members of the LaRouche Youth Movement.
November 16, 2002:
Edward Spannaus on "Homeland Security or General Welfare."
November 9, 2002:
Lawrence Hecht, Science Editor of 21st Century Science & Technology magazine, speaks about "The `No-Soul Gang': The Open Conspiracy Behind Reverend Moon's Gnostic Sex-Cult Freak Show."
November 2, 2002:
Harley Schlanger, Western States Coordinator for Lyndon LaRouche's campaign
October 26, 2002:
EIR Counterintelligence Editor Jeffrey Steinberg discusses why, if we want to prevent war in Iraq, we'll have to shut down the Moon cult's dirty operations worldwide.
October 19, 2002
"The Electable LaRoucheThe American Tradition versus Empire"
Special two-hour roundtable discussion with: Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., pre-candidate for the 2004 Democratic Presidential nomination; Nancy Spannaus, Democrat and candidate for U.S. Senate in Virginia; Laurie Dobson, Democratic candidate for State Representative in Connecticut's 141st District; and Kerry Lowry, Democratic candidate for State Representative in Michigan's 19th District.
October 12, 2002:
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., pre-candidate for the U.S. Democratic Party Presidential nomination, discusses how, in the wake of the U.S. Congressional capitulation to the Bush Administration's demand for imperial war-making powers, the United States and the world can still be pulled from the brink of disaster, if the American citizens can force the President to adopt immediate measures for rebuilding the nation's shattered infrastructure.
October 5, 2002:
EIR Banking Editor John Hoefle reports on the implications of the just-concluded "hellish September" which Lyndon LaRoucheaccurately, as usualwarned about. Also, EIR Law Editor Edward Spannaus discusses the gross violation of the fundamental, Natural Law-based principles of the U.S. Constitution which the Bush "43" Administration is attempting to foist upon United States.
September 28, 2002:
Helga Zepp-LaRouche, chairman of Germany's Civil Rights Movement-Solidarity party, (Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität, BüSo), and founder of the international Schiller Institutes, discusses the significance of the Italian Parliament's decision to call for a new world financial architecture as outlined by her husband Lyndon LaRouche; and also the significance of the electoral gains made by the BüSo during the just-concluded national elections in Germany.
September 21, 2002:
Dr. Jonathan Tennenbaum, of the Fusion Energy Forum in Germany, discusses the relation of science and education in LaRouche's world infrastructure development plan.
September 14, 2002:
Dialogue with LaRouche youth movement leaders, hosted by Harley Schlanger, Western States Coordinator of the LaRouche Presidential campaign.
September 7, 2002:
EIR Economics specialists Marcia Baker and Richard Freeman, on Lyndon LaRouche's Emergency Program for November, and also highlights of a soon-to-be-released EIR Special Report on economic infrastructure.
August 31 and September 1, 2002:
The regular show was replaced by the Labor Day conference of the Schiller Institute and the International Caucus of Labor Committees. Audio and video is available for all conference panels.
August 24, 2002:
Wide-ranging dialogue with EIR Founding Editor Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
August 17, 2002:
Anton Chaitkin, EIR History Editor and author of Treason in America: From Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman, addresses the issue of how to save the nation from the real corruption behind McCain and Lieberman.
August 10, 2002:
Harley Schlanger, western states coordinator for Lyndon LaRouche's 2004 campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination; Kerry Lowry, LaRouche Democrat who won the Aug. 6 Democratic primary elections for the Michigan House of Representatives' 19th District, with 61.3% of the vote; and LaRouche campaign organizer Elisabeth Nash, who is spearheading the explosive growth of the LaRouche movement on campuses throughout the state.
August 3, 2002:
Veteran civil rights leader Amelia Boynton Robinson and EIR Editorial Board member Muriel Mirak-Weissbach report on their recent visit to Iran.
July 27, 2002:
Lyndon LaRouche, candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States, lays out the necessity of knocking the organized crime-linked McCain-Lieberman "Clash of Civilizations" crowd out of the running for the Presidency.
July 20, 2002:
Nancy Spannaus, the LaRouche Democrat on the Virginia ballot for the U.S. Senate, discusses how we can fix whats wrong with the political parties today.
July 13, 2002:
Harley Schlanger, western states coordinator for Lyndon LaRouche's 2004 campaign for the Democratic Presidential nomination.