Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Tag: Ralph Nader

The visionless society

Is the Constitution an increasingly dead letter?

Nader calls for a new 1 percent

In his latest book, the critic and activist proposes the creation and activation of a new 1 percent – one that will expose “conditions of deprivation and abuse” and champion “basic fair play.”

Noam Chomsky On His Gradual Expulsion from Mainstream Media

The last time Chomsky was in The New York Times was over a decade ago.

Nader: Still Fighting From the Grassroots Up

Longtime activist hosts a four-day conference, hoping to promote activism and substance in the conversation about issues and democracy.

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Bid and His Unanswered Letters...

Ralph Nader, author of the new book, "Return to Sender: Unanswered Letters to the President, 2001-2015," discusses Bernie Sanders' plan to run for the Democratic nomination despite being a long-standing Independent in Congress. Does he stand a chance?

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders, the TPP “Corporate Coup d’État” and...

Ralph Nader has spoken out in favor of new 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. He goes on to say "We don’t want a coronation of Hillary Clinton.”

For Nader, Defiance Is a Way of Life

Ralph Nadar has spent his life defending citizens, who have became irrelevant. While he still writes letters to the powerful, it makes him one of the moral and intellectual giants of our age.

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Comparing poverty in India and America

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Bernie groups break free of Dems: New party rising?

The beauty of the foregoing strategy is that it seeks a viable new party through a graduated series of accomplishable, grassroots-based electoral successes.

‘History will not judge this kindly’: DNC Platform Committee votes down Medicare for All...

"The fact that our nation is the only advanced industrial country without universal healthcare cannot be blamed on Republican obstruction alone. It was also caused by Democratic leaders who've spent decades catering to corporate interests."

Disease-denying propaganda spews a pandemic of pandemonium!

We'll judge Trump Medieval Madness as we do other historic low points, like McCarthyism, interning the Japanese or 250 years of slavery plus a century of Jim Crow brutality.

On Medicare and Medicaid’s 55th birthday, let’s expand benefits—not cut them

That includes improving Medicare and Medicaid, and expanding them to cover everyone in America.