The LaRouche Plan
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President of the Indiana Farmers Union, James Benham, sits down with LPACTV's Dennis Mason to discuss the general state of agriculture in the United States, and the prospective remedial policies. Along with strong endorsements of both Glass-Steagall and NAWAPA, also topics including farm price parity, alleviation of drought, and an end to speculation in agriculture are discussed.
"We could decide to stop dying, and live!" The world monetary-economic crisis we saw unfold last week, can still be reversed. Discussed are the only solutions and the required outlook for our survival.
Dave Christie, member of the six candidate LaRouche Democratic national slate, delivers his new year's message. Dave Christie will be joining fellow candidate Summer Shields in San Francisco this Saturday, Jan. 8th, for a conference with experts on the implications of NAWAPA. More information about that event can be found by clicking here.
While the Bering Strait tunnel project was not on the G20 agenda, recent reports indicate that Russia and Japan are committed to it. Sane nations are investing in physical assets, not monetary assets!
Hal Cooper, contributing author to NAWAPA XXI, presents a brief update on developments in Russia around the building of the Bering Strait Tunnel and Eurasian Landbridge, to the audience of the April 14th Congressional Town Hall of Candidate Dave Christie (WA-9).
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Obama, as President, is nothing more than an empty uniform. As this crisis unfolds, he’s just not there. He will be there, physically: he will give press-conferences, and say what he perceives are the right things to be said, at the right places. But today, as the water pours into the breach-- good people, our citizens, are going to be killed.
Michael Steger reports on organizing for the California NAWAPA Conference to take place on Saturday, December 4th.
LPAC correspondent Tarrajna Dorsey reports from the University of Arizona in Tucson, where she is part of an organizing team returning to Arizona for a second time to conduct outreach to professors and experts concerning the building of NAWAPA.