Texas Democratic Senate pre-candidate Kesha Rogers’ organizing trip this past weekend to El Paso, a city of nearly 680,000, caught the attention of El Paso’s largest English and Spanish-language newspapers. 900 more words
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The Dallas Morning News ran a story in their April 14, 2014 edition, titled “Candidate in Democratic runoff likes LaRouche, not Obama”, giving straightforward coverage to the… 498 more words
This week’s LaRouchePAC in Action features an interview with Kesha Rogers, candidate for the U.S. Senate in Texas. Kesha represents the quality of leadership that is sorely lacking among any political candidates or elected officials, and her discussion of the crucial issues of the day is important to hear.
Dallas Fox TV Interview With Kesha Rogers: "If the Democrats Don't Back Me, They Are the Big Losers"
The Austin American-Statesman “PolitiFact-Check/Texas” runs an article today confirming that it is “FALSE” to claim that LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers is not a Democrat. Texas Democratic Party hacks, allied with the Queen’s fascist Barack Obama, have been using this formulation for years, to scare “loyal” Democrats into contributing money to defeat her, and mobilizing known voters to vote against her. 409 more words
"Texas Democratic Party" Declares Itself Insane: Issues New "Fact Check" Denouncing Candidate Kesha Rogers for Backing Jobs, Culture, Science
A new posting on the website of the nominal Texas Democratic Party—”Texas Democrats”—denounces Kesha Rogers, candidate for Senate Democrat in the May 27 run-off election, for such acts as backing jobs, culture, science, and being a “LaRouche Democrat” who wants to impeach Obama. 337 more words
Kesha Rogers: "Texas Democratic Party must follow my lead, or they will continue to self-destruct, and so will the nation."
Three prominent press reports on Kesha Rogers for Senate appeared this week, with the panic of the losers in the Democratic Party leadership, and the hope and vision of real Americans, clearly on display. 535 more words