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LPAC TV's Hector Rivas interviews LPAC Research Team Member Cody Jones on the deadly lack of vision in the Democratic Party.
Anna Shavin (LPAC-TV), Liona Fan-Chiang (LPAC Basement), and Ben Deniston (LPAC Basement) continue the discussion with candidates Rachel Brown (MA) and Kesha Rogers (TX). In the first part, Ben elaborated why it is imperative that Man becomes a space dweller, and not remain merely a creature of the Earth. In this second part, the candidates respond, and demonstrate how we can make that happen.
From Plato to Lyndon LaRouche, the fallacy of sense perception has been the foundational topic for the advancement of mankind in all of humanity's past. This interactive report covers the boundaries of sight, hearing and language, which leads us to look to the famous Helen Keller to answer the question: what really is mind, after all?
The second installment of "The Economic System," a dialogue between Mr. LaRouche and the Slate of Federal Congressional Candidates is now available here. Do not miss it.
Anna Shavin (LPAC-TV) and Liona Fan-Chiang (LPAC Basement) speak with candidates Dave Christie (Washington St.) and Bill Roberts (11th District, Michigan). The subject of the discussion is the contrast between where we are today, and what is possible. In particular, we take up the new policy paper "Self Developing Systems and Arctic Development: Economics for the Future of Mankind."
The compilation of the entire Who We Fight Mini-series, an illustration of the operations of the British Empire against the United States, in the period of 1941-1968.
LPACTV Weatherman Peter Martinson sat down with Congressional Candidate Dave Christie from Washington State, to discuss how the LaRouche economic policy could deal with disasters much worse than the recent Seattle snowstorm. This discussion was included in this week's Weather Report, which can be found by clicking here.