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Quick update from the first day of organizing on Capitol Hill with S. 985, the Senate bill to restore FDR's Glass-Steagall.
LaRouchePAC organizer, Tim Luke of South Dakota, delivers an on the ground report from Nebraska on the progress of a Glass-Steagall resolution in the Lincoln State House. He is joined by a team of activists including Jeannie Hanson (SD); rancher and organizer, Ron Wieczorek (SD); former state senator and NASA engineer, Ron Eret (NE); and symphony conductor and musician, Tom Widlar (NE).
Dave Christie reports from Seattle, WA, on the rally held outside of the Seattle Federal building, and the push for Glass-Steagall internationally.
Hector Rivas reports from Washington D.C. on some of the initial responses from LaRouchePAC's week of action, mobilizing in the U.S. Capitol for the international thrust for Glass-Steagall.
Leandra Bernstein reports from Washington D.C., on the intensive, breakthrough organizing around Glass-Steagall.
Since her 2010 campaign and nomination for Congress, Kesha Rogers has been on the record with the policy to save NASA, impeach Obama, and restore Glass-Steagall. Her vision was right in 2010, 2012, and must be implemented as policy now.
Kesha Rogers, a leading member of the LPAC Policy Committee, reports on the Glass-Steagall mobilization she and delegation of LPAC organizers are involved in in Austin, Texas.
Asteroids and comets will strike the Earth in the future, so what can mankind do to defend itself? Benjamin Deniston interviews professor Bong Wie (Iowa St. U.) and Brent Barbee (NASA Goddard) about their "Hypervelocity Asteroid Intercept Vehicle" concept, designed to utilize a thermonuclear explosive device at very high speeds for scenarios with little warning time before an asteroid impact.