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The members of the LaRouchePAC Policy committee meet via Google Hangouts to discuss the revolutionary outlook represented by the commitment of China to develop Space and Fusion resources, as contrasted to President Obama's repudiation of African nations, to tell them 'It's your fault.' Matthew Ogden hosts.
A special edition of the LaRouchePAC in Action, Alicia Cerretani interviews Ben Deniston of the LaRouchePAC Basement team. They discuss the new developments with China's commitment to Lunar science, the importance of adopting an analogous mission in the United States if we wish to survive, and some of the details of using Helium 3 as the ideal fuel source for Nuclear Fusion.
The full length webcast from August 1st, 2014. Dennis Small, Matthew Ogden and Dennis Mason discuss the implications of the passage of House Concurrent resolution 105, the significance of the advancements made in China's Lunar Space Program, and discuss Lyndon LaRouche's concept of a conference to settle matters of international economy and physical science.
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Ben Deniston joins Liona Fan-Chiang in a discussion of how fusion power can transform the future. Liona discusses not only some of the different designs for Fusion reactors, but also the different areas of investigation that each design covers, as well as the larger implications of Nuclear Fusion as the fourth item of LaRouche's Four Laws. Hosted by Cody Jones.
The entire LaRouchePAC Policy Committee joined host Matthew Ogden for a discussion of what is to be done in the wake of the recent action in Congress, HCR 105. The congressional resolution demands that the President must not act unilaterally in taking United States forces to war, but must consult congress first. For more on the story, click here.
On Friday, July 25th, the U.S. Congress re-asserted its Constitutional authority to declare War, rebuking one crucial aspect of President Obama's drive for a unitary Executive. It remains for LaRouchePAC activists to 'finish the job,' and remove him from office entirely.
Dennis Small, Diane Sare and Kesha Rogers discuss the implications of the recent passage of HCR 105 in the House of Representatives, including presentations of Nuclear Power as a metric for progress, the wisdom of John Quincy Adams, Goya, and General MacArthur. Matthew Ogden Hosts.