Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye. Matthew 7:5
(Nov. 30, 2021)—On December 9-10, 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden will host a virtual “Summit for Democracy” with the noble-sounding goal of “providing a platform for leaders to announce both individual and collective commitments, reforms, and initiatives to defend democracy and human rights at home and abroad.” As an American candidate for the United States Senate from the State of New York, and as a long-time associate of the politically-persecuted American statesman and economist Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., I am writing to urge the participants, and the uninvited nations, to look behind the flowery phrases on the State Department’s webpage at the actual state of affairs within the United States, and to consider that this “platform” may be more like the platform beneath the feet of unfortunate souls waiting to be hanged.Read more
(Oct. 24, 2021)—It’s difficult not to gag when looking at the “reforms” of the New York State elections that have been passed through the state legislature this past year. For years, if not decades, the ballot access requirements structure in New York elections has been known as the most corrupt in the nation, rivaling 1960s Texas, Alabama, and Mississippi for bias against independent candidates. If, however, anyone thought that the recent national donnybrook over “full ballot access for all” would have dampened New York’s penchant for corruption, they were wrong.Read more
July 15, 2021
(Rochester, New York)--LaRouche independent candidate for U.S. Senate Diane Sare has filmed a short video statement to denounce Senator Schumer for trying to revive slavery in America with his now re-named draft legislation “The Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act.”Read more
Diane exposes Chuck Schumer's scheme to enslave millions of poor predominantly minority Americans in his "Brave New World" of marijuana legalization. For more, see "The Economics of Addiction: Schumer's Plan to Rescue Wall Street and Destroy the Future"
Keep Indian Point Open
(April 30, 2021)—Let’s face it: we all know there is absolutely no good reason to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant. It’s an obvious scam when you consider that the same people screaming about “carbon free” energy are closing a completely reliable “carbon free” nuclear plant with a perfect safety record to replace it with “natural gas.” How well did that work out in Texas this past February?
Indian Point was built as a project of Eisenhower and JFK’s Atoms for Peace proposal. The first reactor at Indian Point was put on line in 1962, within months of JFK’s Rice University Speech committing the U.S. to going to the Moon in ten years. We accomplished both. Now we are taking U.S. nuclear plants down as other countries are going nuclear. We must reverse this course!
PRESS RELEASE - SARE FOR SENATE WALL STREET RALLY
DATE: Thursday April 22, 2021
TIME: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm EDT
WHERE: Federal Hall, 26 Wall Street, NYC
(April 8, 2021)--As a candidate for U.S. Senate, and as a sentient human being, I unequivocally oppose the legalization of commercial marijuana.
My opponent, the Senator from Wall Street, Chuck Schumer not only supports commercializing marijuana, but is the lead sponsor of the 2019 “Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act,” which he says, in the wake of full legalization in New York state, must now become national policy, whether President Biden agrees or not. I am renaming this ill-begotten piece of legislation "Slavery, Bankruptcy and Genocide in Service of Dope, Inc.” because that is precisely what it is.Read more
270 Million Threatened By Starvation: United States, Russia and China Must Meet to Develop Peace and Reconstruction Plan for War Torn Regions
(March 11, 2021)—Just hours ago, David Beasely, Executive Director of the World Food Program, delivered remarks to the UN Security Council concerning the grave hunger crisis threatening 270 million people worldwide. He stressed that millions of people are suffering under a triple crisis—poverty, the COVID-19 pandemic, and armed conflict.Read more