May 22, 2015

It's Friday—that means it's webcast time. Tonight, at 8 PM Eastern, we will tell the story of how one man, who by committing himself to the legacy of President Franklin Roosevelt at the end of WWII, helped to shape the institution of the U.S. Presidency, with zero backing of monied interests, big corporations or political parties. These are not stories from the past, this how one American can create the future.... read more

May 22, 2015

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., had arrived in India with a group of U.S. forces, when word arrived in April, 1945, that President Franklin Roosevelt had died. A group of soldiers asked to have an evening meeting with LaRouche. He simply told them: the President is dead, and we have to, ourselves, all the more, assemble ourselves, and devote ourselves to the mission of President Roosevelt. That was the beginning of Lyndon LaRouche's mission, now almost exactly seventy years old, which still today is not over,— although it has now come to a critical fork in the road over the past roughly two weeks... read more

May 22, 2015
May 21, 2015

Wilhelm Furtwängler died on November 30, 1954. The epitaph which Furtwängler chose for his own tombstone were the words of Saint Paul: "Meanwhile, these three: Faith, Hope and Love abide with us, but the greatest of these is Love." Not coincidentally, these are also the last words of Johannes Brahms' final vocal composition, Die Vier Ernste Gesänge (Four Serious Songs). read more

May 21, 2015
May 20, 2015

As has been emphasized recently by Lyndon LaRouche and his Executive Intelligence Review magazine and LaRouche Political Action Committee, to understand climate, weather, and the behavior of water on our planet we must start by understanding the role of our galaxy. Records of the largest climate variations over the past half billion years correspond to changes in the galactic environment experienced by our Solar System—indicating that the galaxy has the strongest role in determining the climate variations on Earth. The implications of this can be looked at in two ways.... read more

May 15, 2015

Welcome to the future of water! LaRouchePAC presents an animated infographic depicting three ways mankind can immediately help make the global water cycle more efficient. For more, visit our Managing the Global Water Cycle page. The infographic upon which this video was based can be found here. read more

May 15, 2015
December 17, 2014

UPDATED—April 28, 2015 · The latest signers calling for an end to geopolitics and for the U.S. and Europe to join the BRICS include Charles E. Campbell, founder and CEO, Allen Hydro Energy Corp., Roger Boyer, Stanford Linear Accelerator (retired), Teresa Nowak, Chairman of the Board at The Institute for Intercultural Communication and Interdisciplinary Studies SILK ROAD, (Poland) and Dr. Jacek Nowak, Executive Director at The Institute for Intercultural Communication and Interdisciplinary Studies SILK ROAD, also from Poland.

Now totaling over... read more

December 17, 2014