Posts Tagged ‘ Ralph Nader ’

User Clip: Ralph Nader Tells it Like it Is |

He has another book. His cause has not changed.Here is the opening few minutes & he’s just getting warmed up.

Source: User Clip: Ralph Nader Tells it Like it Is |

Ralph Nader – Land of the Lawless | Lapham’s Quarterly

The Law of Dharma, by Karen Knorr, 2008–15. Print on Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl paper. © Karen Knorr, courtesy of the artist.

How power in America has turned the rule of law into a mere myth.

Source: Land of the Lawless | Lapham’s Quarterly

Breaking Through Power by Ralph Nader, 2016 | City Lights Books

“Ralph Nader’s Breaking Through Power is a brilliant analysis of corporate power and the popular mechanisms that can be used to wrest back our democracy. No one has been fighting corporate domination longer, or understands it better, than Nader, who will go down in history not only as a prophet but an example of what it means to live the moral life. We disregard his wisdom and his courage at our peril.”—Chris Hedges, Pulitzer-Prize winner and author of Wages of Rebellion: The Moral Imperative of Revolt

Source: City Lights Books

Ralph Nader on Trump’s Speech to Congress – YouTube

Ralph Nader to Appear in Connecticut on Saturday, July 26, 2014


Ralph Nader will be at Barnes & Noble in West Hartford, Manchester and Milford, Connecticut this Saturday July 26, 2014.

Nader will be signing his new book — Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State.


When: Saturday, July 26, 2014.


11am – noon — West Hartford

Barnes & Noble in Blue Back Square, 60 Isham Road, West Hartford, Connecticut

1 – 3 pm — Manchester

Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 270 Buckland Hills Dr., Manchester, Connecticut

5 – 6 pm — Milford

Barnes & Noble, 1375 Boston Post Road, Milford, Connecticut


One of  The Atlantic’s hundred most influential figures in American history, Nader has worked tirelessly for some fifty years to mobilize ordinary citizens against the state and corporate powers that would trample their rights. He continues the struggle, arguing that Americans from both left and right need to make common cause to protect their civil liberties. (Nation Books)

21 Ways the Canadian Health Care System is Better than Obamacare | Common Dreams

21 Ways the Canadian Health Care System is Better than Obamacare | Common Dreams.

The Democrats Can’t Defend the Country from the Retrograde GOP, by Ralph Nader | Common Dreams

The Democrats Can’t Defend the Country from the Retrograde GOP | Common Dreams.

the Rev Jesse Jackson in the Interfaith Tent at #Occupy Philly

Rev Jackson occupying the Interfaith tent @OccupyPhilly

Rev Jesse Jackson’s life as an activist is about strength and truth instead of power, of  courage and nonviolent resistance when afraid. His ongoing direct involvement with civil rights, human rights, and the fight to eradicate poverty that began in Selma and continued through his Rainbow Coalition national candidacy for the presidency of the United States, also  involved grassroots local actions like school lunch programs for poor children. He would have made a fine president; Shirley Chisholm, Robert Kennedy Jr, Ralph Nader, and Al Gore, likewise. Again and again, our country has lost the treasure that would have been their great leadership. Citizens’ votes have been squandered, spit on, disregarded, bought, and sold. In spite of racism, the poll tax in Georgia that kept many an African American from even exercising their right to vote, and in spite of death threats, and a smear campaign to permanently silence him, Rev Jackson does not turn his back on the good fight, on doing the right thing. ~ yours truly, df

Ralph Nader at Freedom Plaza, Occupy Washington

Rumble from the people – The Nader Page


Rumble from the people – The Nader Page.