Indicators For Measuring Injustice And Societal Decay

By Ralph Nader, Nader Page. -

Economic indicators – data points, trends, and micro-categories – are the widgets of the big information industry. By contrast, indicators for our society’s democratic health are not similarly [...]

No Need To Vote In Fear: Vote For What You Want

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Truthdig. Once again, fear is being ramped up to manipulate progressive voters into voting for what they do not want, Hillary Clinton, instead of someone [...]

Monsanto And Its Promoters vs. Freedom Of Information

By Ralph Nader, -

By Ralph Nader for The Nader Page - As the FOIA approaches its 50th year, it faces a disturbing backlash from scientists tied to the agrichemical company Monsanto and its allies. Here are some [...]

Sending Citizens Summons To Members of Congress

By Ralph Nader, -

By Ralph Nader in Common Dreams - My proposal of a Citizens Summons can begin the process of showing your elected legislators who is truly in charge, as befits the Preamble to the Constitution – [...]

Nader Is Promoting A ‘Radical’ Civics Course

By New York Times, -

When it comes to civic responsibility, Ralph Nader would like students to follow his lead. The nation's schools, the consumer advocate says, should adopt a radical new approach to teaching [...]

For Nader, Defiance Is A Way Of Life

By Chris Hedges, -

Nader’s newest book, “Return to Sender: Unanswered Letters to the President, 2001-2015,” a collection of letters to Barack Obama and George W. Bush (whom Nader once called “a corporation running [...]

Obama’s State Of The Union—Swings And Misses

By Ralph Nader, -

The President’s State of the Union Addresses are rarely focused. They are written by numerous speechwriters and put through many drafts, each reflecting the urgings by interested parties to have [...]

Truths And Falsehoods About Ralph Nader’s New Book

By Bruce E. Levine, -

Have progressives made a mistake of lumping all conservatives together and fueling their political energies into hating them? Or are there what Ralph Nader calls "anti-corporatist conservatives," [...]

Recent History: How The Democrats Became A Wall Street Party

By Bill Curry, -

In 2006 the Atlantic magazine asked a panel of “eminent historians” to name the 100 most influential people in American history. Included alongside George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Mark Twain and [...]

Nader: The Myths Of Big Corporate Capitalism

By The Nader Page, -

Large corporate capitalism is a breed apart from smaller scale capitalism. The former can often avoid marketplace verdicts through corporate welfare, strip owner-shareholders of power over the [...]