MATTHEW OGDEN: Good afternoon, today is May 5, 2014. My name is Matthew Ogden, and you're joining us for our weekly discussion with the LaRouche PAC Policy Committee...

The Texas Democratic party leadership is shamelessly panicked at the prospect that an actual winner could be elected the party candidate for Senate in the party's May 27 run-off primary between LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers and David Alameel, the moneybags loser put up by the party leadership.

Kesha Roger's opponent, the Wall Street, Bush League Democrat David Alameel, was unhappily confronted by reality, when Kesha Rogers campaigners attended his free lunch in San Antonio on Saturday.

LPAC Basement Team's Megan Beets will address a Kesha Rogers for U.S. Senate and Michael Steger for Congress Town Hall meeting this afternoon at 2 PM EST live on the website.

As to why a fusion economy is a key platform of Rogers' campaign, Rogers' website states:

Kesha Rogers issued the following statement May 1, 2014. Rogers is a candidate for U.S. Senate in Texas.

I want to take a moment to clarify for you why politics is not a series of issues, but must be treated as a physical science, the science of physical economics, as developed by Lyndon LaRouche. Three basic concepts are very important, for anyone who wants to understand my platform:

Sources within the Kesha Rogers for Senate campaign are reporting that in addition to the feedback they are getting from daily field deployments throughout the state, and encounters with local media, which show a growing receptivity to Kesha's candidacy among a broad cross-section of the population, the campaign is now getting a growing indication of panic among Dem insiders, who fear that they ma