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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 ·   · 1 reaction

    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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  • Rescuing American Education, Part I: The History Curriculum and the New Teaching Method

    Rescuing American Education, Part I: The History Curriculum and the New Teaching Method

     March 21, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Of course we have to trash the race- and sex indoctrination sessions. Of course students must once more learn to write and calculate. But the needs of today's students go far beyond this. Rather than submitting youth to mere babysitting under the label of "liberal arts," from public school through four years of college, as we do today, we can and must prepare them for the intellectual rigors of citizenship, and simultaneously for the challenges of employment in the new technologies implied by President Trump's Artemis Mission to the Moon and Mars. This class, the first of three, featured in-depth discussion of the new, proposed Socratic teaching methods, and a History curriculum superior to any used in the past in the United States or elsewhere.

  • 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 ·   · 1 reaction

    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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  • What Do We Do About Our Horrible Schools?

    What Do We Do About Our Horrible Schools?

     March 13, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The post below presents the problem which preoccupies parents throughout the United States. The schools, public and private, are committing a form of menticide on America’s children, whether it be through Critical Race Theory or a curriculum so dumbed down and based on drill-and-grill that all human creative potential is extinguished. There is a great hue and cry about public versus private, but no one is focused on what must be taught to fulfil our human nature as creative human beings participating in divine creation. We will start a new class series on this topic on Saturday, March 20th. Consider this post your invitation to attend. Please circulate to your friends.

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  • Trump Takes on Wall Street Journal—Now Take on Wall Street Economics

    Trump Takes on Wall Street Journal—Now Take on Wall Street Economics

     March 05, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    President Trump’s salvo against the Wall Street Journal for their support of globalist policies and for their “sell out of our great American workers,” now puts the question of Wall Street’s economics on the table. Susan Kokinda discusses the difference between monetarism and Lyndon LaRouche’s conception of a credit system. Brian Lantz elaborates on his article: “Build on the Trump Presidency, COVID Did Not Shut Down the Real Economy.”

  • The Household and the Physical Economy: Lyndon LaRouche’s Heuristic Bar Diagram of the Physical Economy

    The Household and the Physical Economy: Lyndon LaRouche’s Heuristic Bar Diagram of the Physical Economy

     March 02, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Lyndon LaRouche organizing students in New York City in 1973.

    This is an accompanying piece for: Covid Did Not Shut Down the Economy

    As Lyndon LaRouche stated,

    “The formalities of the science of physical economy may be described as centered upon refining and scaling the following set of inequalities.

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  • Build on the Trump Presidency: COVID Did Not Shut Down the Real Economy

    Build on the Trump Presidency: COVID Did Not Shut Down the Real Economy

     March 02, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    (Thanks to Bill Roberts and Paul Glumaz for their contributions to this report.)

    We are not on our knees, thanks to four years of the Trump Presidency.

    For all of 2020, during COVID-19, total increases in non-agricultural unemployment in the heartland states averaged around 4.5% overall, while on the west and east coasts, the numbers were roughly half again as high, or in some cases twice as high (New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts), over the course of January through November 2020.

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  • Texas Frozen by Biden - Wall Street Lunacy

    Texas Frozen by Biden - Wall Street Lunacy

     February 17, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    If you want to see what the future will be like under the Great Reset pushed by Biden and the Davos elite, just look at what’s happening in Texas right now. As a strong winter storm brings below freezing temperatures, with snow and ice over most of the state, there are massive electrical shortages causing untold hardship and death. More than 4 million people are out of electricity and several deaths have already been blamed on the shortages. The state’s cattle, dairy, and poultry farmers face a growing disaster the longer power is out.

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  • Special Report from Texas on Historic Arctic Blast & Threat of Rolling Blackouts

    Special Report from Texas on Historic Arctic Blast & Threat of Rolling Blackouts

     February 14, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    Special update from Brian and Kesha in Texas on this week's historic Arctic Blast and what we should have learned before in the need to build up our national energy grid, end deregulation policies, and don't be a sucker for the windmills and the genocidal green plan.

  • Post-Fake Impeachment: How We Must Rebuild the US Economy

    Post-Fake Impeachment: How We Must Rebuild the US Economy

     February 11, 2021 ·   · 1 reaction

    The ferocity of the current attack on Donald Trump and the Trump movement is driven by the oligarchy’s fear that a “sleeping giant” of political potency and technological optimism has been awakened in the last four years. Brian Lantz addresses how LaRouche's concepts of economics and education will foster those very dangerous qualities of optimism and potency, and will lay the basis for rescuing the nation.