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November 29th 2012 • 7:56PM

Could it be that the Obama Administration and the big drug legalization promoters internationally like George Soros don’t actually care about the medicinal benefits of marijuana on your cancer recovery or your ‘rights’ as an individual to use illicit drugs for recreation?

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November 24th 2012 • 6:39PM

Lyndon LaRouche addressed the Schiller Institute's "A New Paradigm for the Survival of Civilization" conference in Germany this weekend. You can find a preliminary report on the conference here.

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November 13th 2012 • 2:16PM

The "business model" approach to the so-called fiscal cliff will be worse than the Greek Troika model. Say no to austerity. Reinstate Glass-Steagall before the new fiscal year!

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November 27th 2012 • 3:17PM

With the recent events in Gaza, the request by Turkey for Patriot missles and the warnings made by Russia, the threat of escalation to global Thermonuclear conflict is right at our door.

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November 20th 2012 • 8:59PM

LPAC is happy to announce a return to regularly scheduled evening updates, whose book ends are the Friday Project webcasts featured live on this website. Each evening we will provide a broader context and background to a selection of the most relevant points raised the Friday prior. Tonight we investigate who and what Obama is covering for in the Benghazi attacks.

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November 3rd 2012 • 4:37PM

Question and answer session of Friday's press conference titled "Benghazi 9/11 · Obama's Impeachable Crimes" The press conference was keynoted by Lyndon LaRouche with an in-depth presentation by Jeffrey Steinberg.

*Please note: Due to technical difficulties, the audio throughout the Q&A is inconsistent.

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Tom Gillesberg: A Message from Denmark to the United States
September 9th 2011 • 11:00AM

In light of the September 15th general elections in Denmark, Tom Gillesberg, Chairman of the Danish Schiller Institute and independent candidate for Danish Parliament, gives us a report about the fight for Glass-Steagall and world development in Denmark, and the leadership initiatives that they will need from the United States in order to get the job done.

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