LYNDON LAROUCHE: Well, I just had a wonderful experience, shall we say, donated to me, which I lived through, and I found I survived. And I feel healthier as a result of doing this; I recommend it...

Lyndon LaRouche was joined in studio by Diane Sare, Bill Roberts and Michael Steger for a discussion of Mr. LaRouche's recent birthday party, and the quality of mind expressed in some of the presentations there. Matthew Ogden hosts. Transcript

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This is probably one of the most important moments in your life, right now,— because this is a turn in the course of history, of at least the trans-Atlantic region and beyond. And therefore you have to respond to this in those terms of reference.

LYNDON LAROUCHE: Well, I've had a birthday or two before. It's not really a big event for me. The issue is the event for you, that's what's important, right? Because after all, considering my age, what's important is what mileage you can get out of me, and I think that's one of the subjects we want to pay attention to right now...

Lyndon LaRouche celebrates his birthday with a discussion on building the future, with emphasis on the new Presidency. Joined by the LaRouchePAC Policy Committee, hosted by Matthew Ogden. Transcript.