May 22nd 2012 • 3:20PM

The latest in the series of discussions between Lyndon LaRouche and the LPAC endorsed slate of candidates focuses on the slate's role as a single voice of national presidential policy. For more on the campaigns, see LaRouchePAC.com/campaigns.

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May 15th 2012 • 12:02PM

The latest in the discussions between Lyndon LaRouche and the LPAC endorsed slate features the developments around Glass-Steagall and the ousting of Obama.

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May 8th 2012 • 10:41AM

In this latest discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and the national slate of LaRouche PAC endorsed candidates, Mr. LaRouche stresses the urgency of Obama's immediate removal, as the date certainty for a global thermonuclear war looms on the very near horizon.

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May 21st 2012 • 4:23PM

Lyndon LaRouche was the guest on the Alex Jones Show May 21st, the focus of which is thermonuclear war--a threat which will remain on the agenda unless Barack Obama is constitutionally removed from office in the coming weeks.

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May 12th 2012 • 11:20PM

Drawing heavily from our special report, "NAWAPA XXI: Water & Agriculture" goes through the amount water that will be transferred to the Southwestern U.S. and its impact on agriculture. Go to the NAWAPA XXI homepage for more details. Click here for the animated overview.

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May 7th 2012 • 2:31PM

LPAC endorsed candidate Bill Roberts (MI-11), at the end of the first leg of a NAWAPA XXI organizing tour, addresses the nuisance of environmentalism head on, at a congressional town hall hosted by fellow candidate Dave Christie (WA-9).

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Feature Documentary: Ten Years Later
September 10th, 2011 • 9:11 PM

Eight months before the September 11, 2001 attacks, Lyndon LaRouche forecast that the United States was at high risk for a Reichstag Fire event, an event that would allow those in power to manage through dictatorial means an economic and social crisis that they were otherwise incompetent to handle. We are presently living in the unbroken wake of that history.

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