Kesha Rogers

Kesha Rogers began working with Lyndon LaRouche in 2003. Kesha is a former candidate for the US. House of Representative and Senate and two time nominee for the House of Representatives. Kesha ran her campaigns in the tradition of Franklin Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon LaRouche, against the Wall Street Democrats. She made international headlines with her campaign to "Save NASA and Impeach Obama." Kesha is a former member of the LaRouche Policy Committee and continues to coordinate LaRouchePAC's work in Texas. Kesha is an avid supporter of NASA and space exploration. She has written numerous articles and conducted interviews in support of NASA and the Artemis Program initiated under President Trump and the Moon-Mars mission of Lyndon LaRouche. She works with LaRouchePAC to promote policies for science, technology, classical arts, culture, and economic development. You can contact her at [email protected]


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In 1968, the year Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated, the Apollo 8 crew’s reading from the Book of Genesis provided a metaphor which overcame, if but briefly, that year’s awful tragedy and division.  The world watched in wonder as they viewed the earth rising above the Moon’s surface, after previously wondering whether the United States itself would survive. 

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Kesha Rogers reports on where the James Webb Telescope (JWST) is in its journey to the L2 orbit and on the critical unfolding deployments of its sunshield, and secondary and primary mirrors. The Webb telescope will soon fundamentally transform our understanding of the Universe, as astronomers and scientist will be able to peer deeper into the formation of galaxies and first stars formed nearly 13 billion years ago with the images produced by Webb's infrared telescope. Humanity should truly look forward to what we may soon come to understand about the creative development, design, and intention of the Universe.

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53 years ago, a message of love and peace was relayed to earth as the crew of Apollo 8 read from the book of Genesis as they orbited the moon. Billions of people from around the world heard their message of joy on that Christmas Eve. That successful trip of Americans to orbit the Moon for the first time, did not come without hardship and sacrifice. Apollo 8 launched in a year that started with great losses and trying times for our nation and for many around the world. We witnessed the tragic assassinations of Dr. Martin Luther King and Sen. Bobby Kennedy. There was a great racial divide across the country, and the nation was in the midst of war in Vietnam. The year prior to the launch of Apollo 8, a ravaging fire took the lives of three astronauts of Apollo 1 inside a capsule atop the launch pad.

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Following her recently published article, "Treason in High Places: Build Back Better Will Destroy NASA", Kesha issues the following update, taking the gloves off on the Biden administration's fascist agenda, further identifying the outright sabotage being ran against NASA's Human Lunar Landing Mission, and Artemis program outlined under President Trump, and the Biden administration's push to turn the agency into an extension of the global surveillance state, and carry out the agenda of the COP26, radical environmentalist, build back better, green new deal dictates. She also exposes the fraud of the recently released 73 page NASA OIG report, which targets the timeline of the Artemis lunar landing missions, as technically unfeasible. Kesha presents the solutions to this threat in the context of the need for a renewed national mission to push the frontiers of science and exploration, and a economic development plan, as was earlier outlined in the programs of Lyndon LaRouche in his Mars Colonization program.

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The genocidal environmentalists of the Biden administration are trying to turn the Space Program into an appendage of the global surveillance state under the guise of fighting climate change. They don’t want America to send humans back to the moon, or even to the space station; they want to use the space program to monitor and punish countries, industries, and people that emit “too much” carbon dioxide, methane, or anything else related to improving the standard of living.

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NASA recently issued a release titled, “Biden-Harris Administration Shows Strong Support for NASA in the First 100 days” According to the release,“In the first 100 days of the Biden-Harris administration, NASA has taken bold steps to expand America’s exploration and scientific frontiers advancing the nation’s commitment to build back better through innovation, combat climate change, reestablish America’s standing abroad, and inspire the next generation.”

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The spectacular launch to the International Space Station on Sunday November 15, of the Crew-1, Resilience Mission from Cape Canaveral’s Pad 39A in Florida, aboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon Rocket generated international excitement. It involved a four person crew: Astronauts Michael Hopkins, Victor Glover, Shannon Walker, and JAXA Japanese Partner Astronaut, Soichi Noguchi. The Crew-1 docked to Station following a 27.5 hour flight. The mission took place on the Anniversary of another historic mission in space flight, the launch of Expedition 1, 20 years ago to the International Space Station. For 20 years, these missions have been “advancing humanity by using the space station to learn how to explore farther than ever before, while also conducting research and technology demonstrations benefiting life back on Earth.”

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