January 7th 2012 • 5:00PM

Unlike the brains of animals, the human mind has the power of going beyond the senses, to creatively develop concepts that exist as universal intentions. In both science and art, Lyndon LaRouche has pointed to the concept of metaphor as embodying the kernel of creative thought. In this video, Jason Ross uses several examples from the first modern scientist, Johannes Kepler, to elaborate this concept, and offers an unsettling conclusion on what the goal of economic policy must be.

(Transcript) • (More on Kepler)

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January 2nd 2012 • 5:00PM

Sometimes the most important things in history are what didn't happen. In March 2009, Lyndon LaRouche identified Obama's psychological profile as a carbon copy of Rome's Emperor Nero. From that point onward, all actions on the part of the population and Congress defending this president have been leading humanity on the same track as the Roman Empire followed under the reign of Nero.

18:46
December 25th 2011 • 5:00PM

In this third and final installment of the Who We Fight Series, we look at the relationship between John F. Kennedy and the WWII generation in fighting the British Empire.

For the previous installments of the Who We Fight series, see:
Episode I: Empire Strikes
Episode II: The Organization Men

31:07
January 5th 2012 • 8:32PM

In their weekly podcast for January 5, 2012, the national candidates slate discusses the credit system, and what the revolutionary policy must be to crush British monetarism, once we throw Obama out.

Download audio here.

45:50
December 30th 2011 • 6:31PM

This week's federal slate LaRouche candidates' podcast features discussion and on-the-ground footage of the trans-continental mobilization to stop WWIII and impeach Barack Obama, which the LaRouche movement launched over the Christmas holiday, and which continues into the new year.

47:02
December 22nd 2011 • 1:00AM

The Trailer for the Concluding section of the Who We Fight Series.

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The Economic System · April 17, 2012
April 17th 2012 • 3:07PM

This week's discussion between Lyndon LaRouche and the national slate of LPAC endorsed candidates. For more on the campaigns, see LaRouchePAC.com/campaigns.

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