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  • On the American System: Is David Brooks that Clueless?

    On the American System: Is David Brooks that Clueless?

     April 10, 2021 ·  

    David Brooks’ latest opinion column in the New York Times causes any American knowledgeable about physical economy to pause, cock their head to the side, and ask themselves, “Could this guy possibly be that clueless?”

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  • Defeat Biden's "Jobs" Boondoggle with a Space Platform

    Defeat Biden's "Jobs" Boondoggle with a Space Platform

     April 09, 2021 ·  

    What's missing in the "infrastructure" debate on all sides is one simple fact: we are living in a doomed financial system, dominated by the policies of the central banks, Wall Street and the City of London. Every policy put forward by JoeBama is in service to a corporatist policy aimed at saving the financial parasite, while keeping the host barely alive.

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  • A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

    A "Builders Party" Could Fix the West's Exceptional Drought

     March 13, 2021 ·  

    The western water crisis has returned with a vengeance over the last three months, shattering "exceptional drought" records for the western states (going back to the formation of the U.S. Drought Monitor in 1999). 20% of the American west has reached the most severe U.S. Drought Monitor level, “exceptional drought,” with 75% in some level of drought, and growing discussion of a “megadrought.”

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  • Don't Fear Climate Change, Master the Laws of the Universe!

    Don't Fear Climate Change, Master the Laws of the Universe!

     February 26, 2021 ·  

    What happened in Texas? Yes, there were the frozen windmills and snowed over solar panels. And the global warming cultists are re-emerging, with Biden's climate envoy, John Kerry, telling you "we have nine years left" to make amends to the climate gods for our carbon sins.

    But, how many understand that deregulation was just as culpable for the crisis? Texas electricity was deregulated in 1999, and the scheme was to break up the utility companies by utilizing "market efficiencies" to drive down costs and increase profits. This was the Enron model, and it was supported by Republicans and Democrats at the time—and fought against by Lyndon LaRouche and his movement.

  • January 6 — What Really Happened in DC?

    January 6 — What Really Happened in DC?

     January 08, 2021 ·  

    On January 6, LaRouchePAC was on the ground for both the peaceful rally in DC, and the provocateur-run break in at the Capitol, and we've got explosive footage of both. 

  • How the Political Fight is Expressed in Scientific Method

    How the Political Fight is Expressed in Scientific Method

     December 23, 2020 ·  

    Ben Deniston is the featured guest on this week's West Coast meeting. Here are his opening remarks.

  • Part 5: World Energy Needs

    Part 5: World Energy Needs

     November 14, 2020 ·  

    "We know, speaking broadly on this point, that if a developing nation, for example, is to reach the levels of sustainable population-density obtained in industrialized nations, those developing economies must achieve approximately the per capita energy-throughput of industrialized economies."

    — Lyndon LaRouche, A Fifty-Year Development Policy for the Indian-Pacific Oceans Basin, EIR, 1983.

    Based on this physical economic reality, in 1983 LaRouche forecast the mass murderous consequences of failing to achieve the energy-flux-density development required for economies globally—unfortunately, LaRouche’s forecast was correct. 

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  • Part 4: USA—Successes, Failures, & Potential

    Part 4: USA—Successes, Failures, & Potential

     October 29, 2020 ·  

    For many in the older generations, Lyndon LaRouche might be most respected for his role in designing and promoting what became the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) program. However, most people do not fully appreciate the depth and implications of LaRouche’s SDI program.¹ As much as it was a military defense policy, designed to temporarily eliminate the threat of thermonuclear warfare, it was also designed to ensure the kind of global economic development, for both formerly colonized and industrialized/post-industrial countries, which could create the basis for a durable peace on the planet²

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  • Part 3: Zero Growth Kills Millions

    Part 3: Zero Growth Kills Millions

     October 23, 2020 ·  

    In a 1983 report Lyndon LaRouche warned: 

    “In the coming period, fission sources, increasingly supplemented and later entirely superseded by thermonuclear, must be the leading feature of energy-generation policy. It would not be possible to supply supplies of added energy adequate to approach the requirements of the developing sector, most emphatically, without primary emphasis on unleashing and expanding potentials for fission generation of electricity and process heat today, and proceeding as rapidly as possible toward progress in successively more advanced versions of controlled thermonuclear processes. Without this policy, tens of millions or some multiple of that must die of increased mortality rates, for lack of energy supplies adequate to prevent this.” (Emphasis added.)

     — A Fifty-Year Development Policy for the Indian-Pacific Oceans Basin, EIR, 1983.

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