Patrick Ruckert

Patrick Ruckert

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Patrick Ruckert joined Lyndon LaRouche and his mission in 1970. He hss often run for public office in Wsshington State, and led the eight presidential campaigns of Mr. LaRouche in the northwest states. He now lives in Oakland, CA. He has written articles and done research on historical topics for LaRouche organization publications for decades. He is presently a publisher of the weekly report, "California Water and Infrastructure."

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September 24, 2022
For fifty years the nation has criminally neglected building and expanding the basic infrastructure that provides water, transportation, and electricity for the American population. For almost three generations now, crises...
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September 18, 2022
Europe faces the self-inflicted circumstances of a cold, dark winter. France turns off the lights on the Eiffel Tower. Americans are told to buy electric vehicles and then are told...
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August 28, 2022
While the Uniparty establishment wants to control the narrative in this election cycle by focusing on social issues, the physical collapse of our economy is the reality facing Americans. If...
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June 24, 2022
As the drought in the western states spreads eastward, now about 90 million Americans are living under conditions of drought, with about 65 million of them living in areas of...
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May 16, 2022
Last week, we looked at Cooper's largely unknown role as a political organizer and cultural giant. This week, we will look more deeply at two of his novels, The Bravo...
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May 08, 2022
Wrong or false beliefs, adopted as popular opinion by a nation’s population, often destroy that nation and culture, Lyndon LaRouche warned. It is not the evil leaders, but false ways...
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May 02, 2022
In an about-face, California’s governor now wants to keep the last nuclear plant in the state open, and promotes the approval for a new, large desalination plant. - On April...
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May 02, 2022
With more than 60 percent of the nation now officially in drought, both water restrictions and the historic criminal incompetence of policy makers now threaten the nation's food supply and...
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April 04, 2022
A discussion with Pat Ruckert on the increasing dangers of drought and how to solve it. This discussion will be the start of a series, taking up the crisis in...
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December 31, 2021
“As was the case in Lincoln's time, progress depends upon political will and positive government intervention.” - Contrary to the noise too often heard in recent decades, government, provided it...
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July 18, 2021
Pat Ruckert gives an update on the historic drought ongoing west of the Mississippi. When we stopped building big water projects in the 1960s, what did we expect would happen?!...
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