November 15th 2013 • 9:00PM

The first question from the November 15th webcast.

As your associates have documented, the economic state of the U.S. population is much worse than officially admitted. What is the condition of the U.S. economy? How does this relate to your campaign for Glass-Steagall?

11:45
August 30th 2013 • 8:00PM

The third question from the August 30th webcast:

8:37
June 7th 2013 • 8:00PM

The third question posed to Lyndon LaRouche at the June 7th Webcast, on the murderous implications for American Citizens of Title II of the Dodd-Frank legislation.

12:07
September 23rd 2013 • 12:20AM

Following upon the release of "Nuclear NAWAPA XXI: Gateway to the Fusion Economy," here we explore a case study featured in that report more in depth: the proposal to build a Kra Canal across Thailand, a good candidate for construction using peaceful nuclear explosions. This is a real "Asia Pivot," typifying the concept of peace through development, contrary to the Obama Administration policy in the region.

41:40
August 26th 2013 • 8:00AM

We must immediately shift the policies of the United States, back to a future oriented policy. The LaRouchePAC basement team is preparing a policy white paper to spell out the crucial issues needed for such a change, and this week's LaRouchePAC in Action should be seen as a window into this process.

20:03
May 31st 2013 • 8:00PM

The full webcast from Lyndon LaRouche, on May 31st.

52:50
The Takedown of Glass-Steagall
September 8th, 2010 • 2:00 AM

If the Democratic Party wishes to survive, it must cease being the party of Barney Frank and Barack Obama. In order to restore its legacy as the party of Franklin Roosevelt, it must, immediately, boldly, and unequivocally, move for the reinstatement of the full and complete 1933 Glass-Steagall legislation, in direct opposition to Barack Obama. Only Barack Obama's immediate forced resignation from the Office of President, can insure the survival of the United States, and the restoration of Franklin Roosevelt's dream.

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