As we find ourselves exactly fifty days from President Trump’s first State of the Union Address, we have the opportunity to shape the economic policy of this country and the world for at least the next fifty years. These next few weeks should be seen as the timeline to bring into coherence a policy perspective along the lines of Lyndon LaRouche’s “Four Hamiltonian Economic Laws” and place this at the core of the President’s address to Congress. With President Trump’s impending announcement of his Space Policy Directive #1 this afternoon, on the anniversary of Apollo 17, the context for a proper policy perspective is brought into focus: the necessity of an immediate crash program to launch mankind forward into a fusion-driven economy of extraterrestrial exploration and development, including the mining of Helium-3 on the moon, as astronaut Harrison Schmitt discussed in a recent interview. This sort of ambitious future-oriented driver, affirming mankind’s unique creative ability as a species, is the subsuming principle of LaRouche’s so-called “Four Laws.” and can be the glue to pull a coherent national economic program together. Kesha Rogers’ official announcement of her candidacy for US Congress in Texas’ 9th District provides the example of the leadership necessary to achieve this victory, in the next fifty days.