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  • Don’t Be a Slave to Statistics and Mathematics

    Don’t Be a Slave to Statistics and Mathematics

     January 17, 2022 ·   · 2 reactions

    In a 1979 article by Lyndon LaRouche published in Fusion magazine titled, “Poetry Must Supersede Mathematics in Science” LaRouche presented the provocative challenge that progress in science is based on the principles of poetry not mathematics. LaRouche emphasized that this fundamental point is essential to economics as well.

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  • Fight Lies with Classical Poetry, Not "Facts"

    Fight Lies with Classical Poetry, Not "Facts"

     January 09, 2022 ·   · 3 reactions

    The onslaught of lies about virtually everything, emanating from the media, politicians and the establishment’s so-called experts, has become so pervasive that it often appears overwhelming. In frustration, American patriots have turned to “alternative” sources to “get the facts” only to be further frustrated that presenting these facts has no effect on diffusing or countering these lies, or even providing a pathway to finding out the truth.

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  • Mussolini Joe Biden Bullshits Again—This Time About Gas Prices

    Mussolini Joe Biden Bullshits Again—This Time About Gas Prices

     November 24, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Whenever Joe Biden or one of his Merry Hucksters speaks these days, it is bound to be a lie and Tuesday’s press offensive on gas prices was a real whopper. Feeling the wrath of citizens suffering the inflation that has dramatically increased the costs of food, housing and transportation, Biden’s collective pea brains have decided to try and mollify the population by announcing a plan to release oil from the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve which the Biden claims will reduce gas prices a little, “God willing.” In reality, the release, some 50 million barrels, represents about 2.5 days of U.S. oil consumption. The Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, didn’t even know this simple fact when queried about it by the press. 

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  • Machine Tools—Key to Rebuilding U.S. Manufacturing

    Machine Tools—Key to Rebuilding U.S. Manufacturing

     October 01, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    If the U.S. is going to revitalize its manufacturing it must start with a revival of the machine tool sector. This video explains what are machine tools and why they are crucial to re-Americanizing the U.S. economy.

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  • What Does Gauss Figuring Out the Orbit of Ceres Have to Do w/Politics?

    What Does Gauss Figuring Out the Orbit of Ceres Have to Do w/Politics?

     September 21, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The way we arrive at our views today has deteriorated generally. We are inundated with political arguments aimed at stoking our prejudices and leaving us hopelessly trapped in the moment. We miss the actual dynamics driving events and have difficulties imagining and acting on the future. German mathematician and philosopher Carl Gauss used an entirely new mode of thought in figuring out the orbit of the asteroid Ceres, something we can learn from in analyzing political events and winning the present war for the Republic.

  • 20 Years of Endless Wars Didn't Increase Your Living Standards. What Has?

    20 Years of Endless Wars Didn't Increase Your Living Standards. What Has?

     September 13, 2021 ·  

    The United States has been spiraling out of control since that awful day of the attacks on American soil on September 11, 2001. Ask yourself, who benefited? How did a so-called war on terror in Afghanistan, which led to over 100,000 American and Afghan casualties and a growth in opium production, improve the standard of living of the population? It didn't. Tonight, join us to discuss the extraordinary advances in truly improving our living standards, which have come from the U.S. space effort, despite the opposition of the anti-science, anti-growth, globalist elite.

  • LPAC Short: Real infrastructure—Not Biden's B.S. Would Have Made Hurricane Ida Manageable

    LPAC Short: Real infrastructure—Not Biden's B.S. Would Have Made Hurricane Ida Manageable

     September 12, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    The damage done by Hurricane Ida is not due to climate change. Storms of that magnitude have occurred long before the industrial age. The damage was due to a lack of investment in infrastructure that could have been built with modern technology, none of which is in Biden's infrastructure.

  • LPAC Shorts: The World Runs on Steel, Coal and Oil

    LPAC Shorts: The World Runs on Steel, Coal and Oil

     September 01, 2021 ·   · 2 reactions

    No matter how you cut it, a modern economy depends on steel, coal and oil. The U.S. has only 9 functioning integrated steel plants. If the U.S. is going to re-industrialize and grow, steel is a basic component. In this edition of LPAC Shorts, Brian Lantz lays out some of the hard facts about steel.

  • Biden’s Afghanistan Day of Infamy: The Long and Short of It

    Biden’s Afghanistan Day of Infamy: The Long and Short of It

     August 27, 2021 ·   · 11 reactions

    Since August 15, as the debacle and American humiliation in Afghanistan unfolded for the entire world to see, the airwaves and Internet have been filled with reports and commentary detailing with great precision the complete incompetence of the Biden collective’s withdrawal. Now, 13 American soldiers have been killed, 18 other soldiers have been maimed, 95 Afghan civilians have been killed, and many more have been maimed in a “complex” terrorist attack at Kabul’s airport. It involved two suicide bombs and accompanying terrorist rifle fire. The dead and the maimed were totally set up by Joe Biden and his “expert” foreign policy and defense team.

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  • LPAC Shorts: How to Rebuild American Supply Chains

    LPAC Shorts: How to Rebuild American Supply Chains

     August 23, 2021 ·   · 3 reactions

    The coronavirus pandemic exposed the glaring vulnerability of America's supply chains. Those vulnerabilities were not caused by the virus but by the stupidity of Wall St.'s and London's globalization drive. If America wants to rebuild its supply chains it must reject globalization and adopt a long-term perspective for reviving U.S. production.

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