October 29th 2012 • 4:06PM

In this week's Candidates Show, Lyndon LaRouche lays out not only the urgent necessity, but the potential for the takedown of the Obama presidency.

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42:26
October 20th 2012 • 5:25PM

Question 1 of the third in a series of Friday webcasts by Lyndon LaRouche addressed to the American population, leading up to the November 6th presidential elections.

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9:33
September 16th 2012 • 5:12PM

A qualitative shift has occurred with the revelations that the Obama Administration had at least 48 hours advanced notice that an attack was likely to occur on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Obama is now criminally complicit in the murders of a U.S. Ambassador and three other U.S. citizens serving in Libya. Congress' formerly scheduled departure from D.C.

8:08
October 28th 2012 • 7:30PM

President Obama lied to the American people saying that the bailout was necessary. It was not. When he came into the presidency confronting a crisis worse than the great depression, he continued the bailout policy and refused to enact the only law that would have prevented the further disintegration of the United States, the Glass-Steagall policy.

16:07
October 12th 2012 • 8:00PM

The second question from Lyndon LaRouche's October 12th Webcast, on the fraudulent contributions to the Obama campaign.

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6:26
August 22nd 2012 • 3:24PM

Just weeks away from the Democratic nominating convention, the United States has a choice to make: does the leadership exist, in the days and weeks immediately ahead of us, to wrestle US presidency from the hands of a virtual emperor Nero?

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World in Review · October 27, 2011
October 27th 2011 • 8:34PM

Who made the rules by which you think you are supposed to act, especially in this time of existential crisis? Only by rising above these imposed rules of supposedly accepted behavior will we be able to act with the urgency necessary to remove Obama, before he brings his Nero brand of cruelty to the United States.

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