As an esteemed member of the newsmedia community, you are cordially invited to participate in the LaRouche Political Action Committee’s town hall meeting to save and expand the Space Program, at the Freeman Branch Library in Clear Lake, TX, right near the Johnson Space Center, on Saturday, November 14, 2009 from 1-4pm. The topic will be why we absolutely must build new trade routes to the Moon and Mars over the next 50 years, as a science and technology driver to rescue the USA’s economy from a hyper-inflationary collapse, which it’s currently in the midst of. The purpose is to generate the optimism that will turn into the political willpower to make it happen.
Following the town hall meeting, on the evening of Saturday, November 14 through Sunday, November 15, the LaRouche Youth Movement will be hosting a series of panel discussions and workshops for young adults, to inspire the younger generations with the American intellectual tradition. Topics include subjects such as the epistemology of scientific and artistic greatness, the unseen physical reality behind the mathematical language of astrophysics, Classical artistic beauty and the methods of bel canto choral polyphony, and new developments on the relativity of astrobiological space-time, as it applies to LaRouche’s conception of physical economics. Each of those subjects is explained a little more in depth on the invitation.
Attendance for the town hall meeting is free and open all, while the Space Conference is a suggested contribution of $25, and geared toward adult youth of the ages 18-35. To RSVP for the conference, or sponsor a young person’s attendance, please call (713) 541-2907.
Lyndon LaRouche will be addressing a strategic webcast on these matters and more, broadcast from Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at 12pm CST/1pm EST. The event will be streamed live on the LaRouche PAC website, www.larouchepac.com.
Town Hall Meeting:
Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library
16616 Diana Lane
Clear Lake, TX 77062
Saturday, November 14, 2009 from 1pm-4pm