Avi Klein


Publish and Perish

or forty years, the Lyndon LaRouche movement has been a ubiquitous, if diminishing, presence in the political landscape of America, and of Washington. LaRouche has made eight runs for the presidency, including one campaign from prison. At D.C. press conferences and think tank events, a reporter for a LaRouche publication called Executive Intelligence Review can… Read more »

Publish and Perish

or forty years, the Lyndon LaRouche movement has been a ubiquitous, if diminishing, presence in the political landscape of America, and of Washington. LaRouche has made eight runs for the presidency, including one campaign from prison. At D.C. press conferences and think tank events, a reporter for a LaRouche publication called Executive Intelligence Review can… Read more »

But Fear Itself

With public alarm over terrorism still running high in America, and with media outlets such as the Drudge Report and Fox News continually stoking such fears, one might be forgiven for overlooking the fact that the United States hasnt experienced an attack on its own soil since 9/11. Despite initial fears that more than 5,000… Read more »

Death Wish

In 1998, according to the 9/11 Commission report, Osama bin Laden, Khalid Sheik Mohammed, and Mohammed Atef met near Kandahar, Afghanistan, to draw up a list of targets for the attacks that would ultimately take place on September 11, 2001. There were differences of opinion, naturally: Bin Laden wanted to destroy the White House and… Read more »

Couch Warriors

In 1973, a reporter for Rolling Stone visited the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab to check up on computer hackersa mobile new-found elite, with its own apparat, language and character, its own legends and humor. Although much of the nations investment capital for computer science came from military and government sources, the reporter found the hackersthe… Read more »