Lyndon LaRouche keynoted the Jan. 19 2004 Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by the Talladega County (Alabama) Democratic Conference. City Councilman Rev. Horace Patterson introduced the first speaker, civil rights heroine Amelia Boynton Robinson, then vice chairman of the Schiller Institute, who in turn introduced LaRouche.
This week's federal slate LaRouche candidates' podcast features discussion and on-the-ground footage of the trans-continental mobilization to stop WWIII and impeach Barack Obama, which the LaRouche movement launched over the Christmas holiday, and which continues into the new year.
This video, narrated by Sky Shields, defines an overview of what the LaRouche Democratic national congressional slate, with the flagship project NAWAPA as its platform, is presenting as the leadership program for the nation.
LaRouche Democratic Candidate Bill Roberts stops by LPAC studios to discuss the North American Water and Power Alliance from his perspective in the state of Michigan, and the projects implications for the needed upgrading in mankind's identity as a whole.