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This week's edition of LaRouchePAC in Action highlights several interventions from across the country, including a report from the recent National Conference of State Legislators, by Diane Sare and Tim Rush.
LaRouchePAC members Rick Lopez and Ryan McCusker intervened at Rep. Langevin's (D-RI) townhall meeting in Cranston, RI last night, challenging the congressman to choose what side of history he wants to be on as the "financial services" industry that is so well protected by the U.S. congress, collapses.
This week's edition of LaRouchePAC in Action highlights several interventions from across the country, as the Congress returns home from Washington D.C., to meet a very dissatisfied population.
Alan Demers of LaRouchePAC intervenes at a town hall meeting hosted by Rep. David Cicilline in Woonsocket, RI, telling the Congressman that we need a Congress that will look Wall Street in the eye and tell them their time has come, and that the Congress should not have recessed — to which, the Representative agreed.
This week's edition of LaRouchePAC in Action amplifies the issue of the declaration of war against Wall St., led by Lyndon LaRouche and the LaRouchePAC policy committee.
Harley Schlanger interviewed Detroit School Board President Lamar Lemmons and Bill Roberts, member of the LPAC Policy Committee on Saturday, August 3, where both gave an update on the situation in Detroit, including the push by the banks to fast track the bankruptcy of the city.
An MP3 of the interview can be found here.
Reenacting Glass-Steagall will mean orchestrating the largest market crash in human history. We present six detailed steps that describe how we will clean up our banking system. Glass-Steagall is not the full recovery, it does not guarantee economic growth, but it is the first step forward--and it will ruin Wall Street.