New York Area LaRouchePAC Events

  • Friday, December 13, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    NYC Youth Meeting

    Our Political Life in the Galaxy: Resolving the Paradox between Individual and Society

    Daniel Burke, LaRouche Independent for Senate, NJ, takes on the paradoxes presented by Nicolas of Cusa involving the ontological nature of the circle versus the straight line to understand the challenge for mankind to mature from 'adolescence' to 'adulthood'. The entry of mankind into space presents a unique example of individuals embodying the capability of a single individual to impact society as a whole.

  • Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Manhattan Meeting

    Join our Manhattan meeting, every Saturday at 2:00.  

    Megan Beets and Kesha Rogers take on the cultural pessimism holding humanity back from its ultimate destiny in space. President Trump's announcement of returning man and woman back to the moon in a mere five years has met a striking lack of response from the American population. Why? If mankind's survival depends on expanding its scope of dominion, how are we to rally the population to embrace and succeed in President Trump's immediate goal, and the challenges that lie decades afterward?

  • Friday, December 20, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    NYC Youth Meeting

    Our Political Life in the Galaxy: Resolving the Paradox between Individual and Society

    Daniel Burke, LaRouche Independent for Senate, NJ, takes on the paradoxes presented by Nicolas of Cusa involving the ontological nature of the circle versus the straight line to understand the challenge for mankind to mature from 'adolescence' to 'adulthood'. The entry of mankind into space presents a unique example of individuals embodying the capability of a single individual to impact society as a whole.

  • Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Manhattan Meeting

    Join our Manhattan meeting, every Saturday at 2:00.  

    Megan Beets and Kesha Rogers take on the cultural pessimism holding humanity back from its ultimate destiny in space. President Trump's announcement of returning man and woman back to the moon in a mere five years has met a striking lack of response from the American population. Why? If mankind's survival depends on expanding its scope of dominion, how are we to rally the population to embrace and succeed in President Trump's immediate goal, and the challenges that lie decades afterward?

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