The LaRouche Plan
The Basement Project
JASON ROSS: Hello, today is May 28th, 2014. My name is Jason Ross, and I'll be your host today for the New Paradigm for Humanity Show. Joining me in the studio today, are, as always, Lyndon LaRouche, and Megan Beets of the LaRouche PAC Basement team....
Last night, LaRouchePAC Basement team member Jason Ross asked investigative reporter Glenn Greenwald a question from Rep. Neil Gallagher, on the parallels between Hoover's FBI and today's NSA. Greenwald responded that there are big stories in the pipeline on who in the U.S. the NSA is surveilling, saying it was very much like Hoover's FBI in the 60s and 70s.
LPAC Basement Team's Megan Beets will address a Kesha Rogers for U.S. Senate and Michael Steger for Congress Town Hall meeting this afternoon at 2 PM EST live on the kesharogers.com website.
As to why a fusion economy is a key platform of Rogers' campaign, Rogers' website states:
JASON ROSS: Hello, today is April 16th, 2014, and this is this week's edition of the New Paradigm for Humanity show. I'm Jason Ross, and I'll be hosting today. I'm joined in the studio by as always, by Lyndon LaRouche, and by Creighton "Cody" Jones.
According to an article in the English-language website of China News Service (CNS), posted Thursday, April 3th, China will launch a polar-orbiting satellite that will seek to detect earthquake "precursor" signals in the electrical, magnetic, and related properties of the ionosphere in 2016.
A new article titled "Who Stole Fire From Mankind? The Suppression of Fusion," written by Megan Beets of the LaRouchePAC Science Team, has just been published in 21st Century Science & Technology magazine.
...you're watching the New Paradigm for Mankind. My name is Creighton Jones, and joining me today in the studio are Benjamin Deniston, of our Scientific Research Team, and, of course, Mr. Lyndon LaRouche.
On April 22, three former astronauts, Ed Lu, Tom Jones and Bill Anders, will be presenting evidence that asteroids hit the earth far more often than we think—in fact, three to ten times more often than we think, according to data from a nuclear weapons warning network.
In observance of Cosmonautics Day, which recalls the first manned space flight, by Yuri Gagarin on April 12, 1961, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin wrote an article published Friday in the government paper Rossiyskaya Gazeta, outlining Russia's future space exploration plans. Russia's federal space program for 2016-2025 is to have more research projects, he said.