Two local newspapers gave excellent coverage to LaRouche Democrat Rachel Brown, following the first two televised debates with her two rivals for the Democratic Congressional nomination for the seat being vacated by Rep. Barney Frank.
The Milford Daily News headlined their coverage of the Tuesday debate "4th Congressional Democrats Engage in Friendly Forum," but clearly identified Rachel's unique message: The Mars landing has created a new opportunity for a 21st-Century job market, which can greatly benefit businesses throughout the district. She struck a "common theme throughout the hourlong forum" on the reinstatement of Glass-Steagall in order to "strengthen the economy." Glass-Steagall, Brown was quoted, is the basis for a truly bipartisan recovery policy that can bring the two parties together. "We need Glass-Steagall. It's the only way to stop the global financial crisis," the paper quoted Rachel.
The Taunton Daily Gazette featured a "Meet the Candidate: Rachel Brown" profile based on a series of written questions and answers. Rachel lunged by saying, "As a candidate I have championed the fight to reinstate Franklin Roosevelt's Glass-Steagall law, which would halt the chain-reaction collapse of the Transatlantic economy by separating the worthelss assets of the failed, Libor-rigging 'investment bank' system from those of the commercial bank system, which is necessary for loans to industry, agriculture, and the real economy." Rachel went on to discuss war-avoidance and to say that today, there is no justifiable basis for war, given the looming threat of thermonuclear extinction. "Shutting down the source of theproblem, that is, the British Empire, the drug trade, and illegal money conduits based in London and Wall Street would be a real way to intervene in these war-torn countries, rather than the Tony Blair doctrine of 'humanitarian intervention,' which led to the killing of more than one million Iraqis." She went on to attack the monetarist system and juxtapose the U.S. Constitutional credit system of Alexander Hamilton, ending with an exposition of NAWAPA and the Russia-China-Pacific alliance.