January 16th 2012 • 9:42AM

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.

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January 9th 2012 • 7:55PM

Lyndon LaRouche and the slate of six federal candidates present the core constitutional principles which founded the United States, and must be honored were we to maintain the United States in the immediate days and weeks ahead.

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December 23rd 2011 • 5:00PM

As the world sits on the eve of the looming breakout of thermonuclear war and economic meltdown, Lyndon LaRouche made an emergency international broadcast, calling for immediate action to remove Barack Obama from office, by purely constitutional means, as the only act which can guarantee the avoidance of a global nuclear holocaust in the very near term.

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January 14th 2012 • 4:23PM

In this latest strategic assessment, Lyndon LaRouche contrasts the future of humanity if we continue to submit to the British war drive of Obama and company, to the mission mankind must embark on now if we are to defeat such an enemy.

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January 7th 2012 • 5:00PM

Unlike the brains of animals, the human mind has the power of going beyond the senses, to creatively develop concepts that exist as universal intentions. In both science and art, Lyndon LaRouche has pointed to the concept of metaphor as embodying the kernel of creative thought. In this video, Jason Ross uses several examples from the first modern scientist, Johannes Kepler, to elaborate this concept, and offers an unsettling conclusion on what the goal of economic policy must be.

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December 17th 2011 • 2:00PM

After a strategic report from Matthew Ogden, as an introduction to this live, International webcast, Sky Shields presents physical economics policy and discusses how the development of the Arctic stands as a choice for humanity, to break from the threat of thermonuclear extinction under Obama.

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LPAC Weekly Report
May 9th 2012 • 3:47PM

We must reflect on what must be preserved and saved for future humanity, as the ominous prospects for WW3 continue. MP3 Audio

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