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MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon, it's April 14th, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and you're joining us for our weekly discussion with the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee...
As of right now, there is no actually optimistic prospect for the survival of either the U.S. Democratic, or Republican Parties at this time; but, if we might presume that President Barack Obama were to be summarily impeached very soon, there is hope.
MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon, it's April 7th, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and you're joining us for our weekly LaRouche PAC Policy Committee discussion.
Kesha Rogers, LaRouche Democrat running for the Democratic Party nomination for Senate in Texas, issued the follow statement on Friday.
The "U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook" map released March 20 by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration depicts the wide extent of the persistence of severe drought in the Southwest, from California to Texas, and into Mexico, for March 20 to June 20, conforming to the larger pattern of lessened solar activity.
The Dallas Morning News ran a story in their April 14, 2014 edition, titled "Candidate in Democratic runoff likes LaRouche, not Obama", giving straightforward coverage to the Kesha Rogers for Senate campaign in Texas, which will
[pretitle]The following statement was released by the Steger for Congress Committee.[/pretitle]
An Open Letter to California's State House and the Members of Congress
[author]Michael Steger[/author] [date]April 7, 2014[/date]
Organizers with LULAC Dallas invited LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers, currently in a runoff election for U.S. Senate, to be one of several candidates to speak at their regular monthly Chorizo y Menudo breakfast meetings. Just prior to the scheduled event...