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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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  • Special Thursday Event—Defeat Biden's "Jobs" Boondoggle with a Space Program

    Special Thursday Event—Defeat Biden's "Jobs" Boondoggle with a Space Program

     April 07, 2021 ·  

    In preparation for our live Zoom webcast this Thursday (April 8), we're featuring Lyndon LaRouche's 2011 demolition of populist conceptions of make-work infrastructure programs, and his revolutionary notion of economic platforms of development. Simply attacking Biden's boondoggle "jobs' plan and complaining about big government will not make America a manufacturing super power again, we need to think big, with big projects, and a conception of the future we must create. 

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  • Cap and Trade: Blue States Financialize Nature for Plunder

    Cap and Trade: Blue States Financialize Nature for Plunder

     March 29, 2021 ·  

    Several years ago, in Vancouver, British Columbia, I met a petroleum engineer who was a manager of a Liquid Natural Gas plant. British Columbia having maybe more environmentalists per capita than anywhere else on the globe, I asked him how many people in the BC government and the environmentalist movement believed that lowering the carbon footprint would solve climate change? He said, “I know of no one who does. There may be some who believe in it, but that is rare.”

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  • Why the Oligarchy Hates the Atom: Nuclear Energy and Science

    Why the Oligarchy Hates the Atom: Nuclear Energy and Science

     March 26, 2021 ·  

    We are again on Mars. As the pandemic has also made clear, science, and in particular, the principles of physical economy, are the critical activity. The so-called debate over “reshoring” of U.S. manufacturing is already over. We must produce! All of America knows we must secure our supply chains, so that we again can become the leading industrial nation, and a leading exporter to the world. So, too, we will innovate, building a modern, optimistic, outward-looking and exciting nation once again.

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  • First Principles for Taking the Nation Back: LaRouchePAC's Citizen's Primer

    First Principles for Taking the Nation Back: LaRouchePAC's Citizen's Primer

     March 22, 2021 ·  

    Our Republic faces the greatest threat to its existence since the Civil War, and possibly ever. The preservation of our Republic will depend heavily on the emerging political realignment of the United States, in which the producers of the nation rally to rebuild the nation and give our Founding Principles a “new birth of freedom.” It is not only a “Lincoln Revolution,” reflecting what Abraham Lincoln created in 1860; but it must become a Lincoln, Lyndon LaRouche, Donald Trump realignment, because the ideas of each are crucial to its success. 

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  • Secure the Border and Build the Sovereign Nations

    Secure the Border and Build the Sovereign Nations

     March 19, 2021 ·  

    Trump began with Mexican President AMLO, in the spirit of Lincoln and Juárez, to seal the border from all illicit activity, which mean dismantling the cartels and their Wall Street financiers. At the same time, we need to implement a new system of sovereign nation-based collaboration with our neighbors to the south, and end the free trade looting by globalist corporations. This means, first and foremost, a revival of the American model and the restoration of our nation as a nation of builders and creators, not globalist speculators and liberal drug pushers.

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  • Towards a Producers’ Alliance, How To Rebuild the U.S. Economy

    Towards a Producers’ Alliance, How To Rebuild the U.S. Economy

     March 18, 2021 ·  

    This is adapted from a live presentation, given on Feb. 11, 2021, available here. Just to frame briefly what I am going to be discussing, I will begin with a short quote from Abraham Lincoln: “All creation is a mine and every man a miner.”

    We’re going to be discussing the field of physical economy. Physical economy dates back to Gottfried Leibniz, but really has roots that go back to the Renaissance. Today, it is a principle that needs to be rediscovered. In the last 50 to 70 years, there have been people who have understood its conceptions, people like Susan Kokinda’s friend Bill Knudsen, associated with Ford and GM and the wartime mobilization; Henry Kaiser and the aluminum industry; Jesse Jones and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. These were industrialists who collaborated with President Franklin Roosevelt in the war mobilization and beyond. And I think that is a useful starting point: we have to rediscover what they understood, but also take it to another level, which is where Lyndon LaRouche took it, in depth.

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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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