Ralph Nader discusses his book Return to Sender, a collection of letters he has written to Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama critiquing U.S. government policy. He is interviewed by Andy Shallal, founder of Busboys and Poets.
With the long congressional recess in August through Labor Day approaching, “We the People” have the opportunity to do more than complain about the Congress and individual Senato…
Ralf Hotchkiss is a wheelchair-rider, engineer, inventor and for 35 plus years a wheelchair designer, builder, and trainer. In 1989 he was awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship and has b…
The big trucking industry now wants to roll back protections in 39 states, put longer double trailers on your roads and cut back on giving truck drivers the rest they (and you) need. Is ther…
Currently, the Federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour or roughly $15,000 annually, far below the $23,500 government's poverty threshold for a family of four. Some candidates have already made…
History shows the very opposite of progress when it comes to these democratic sovereignty-shredding and job-exporting corporate-driven trade treaties -- unless progress is referring to fulfi…
The Politico excerpts, "Return to Sender".
The NY Times reviews, "Return to Sender".
The Washington Post reviews, "Return to Sender".
Truthdig reviews, "Return to Sender".
Yes! Magazine interview with Ralph Nader and Daniel McCarthy
Ralph Nader Op-Ed in USA Today.
Consumer advocate Ralph Nader and anti-tax activist Grover Norquist will speak on issues where the left and right can come together at a National Press Club luncheon on Sept. 4.
It's the new bipartisanship: icons of the fringe left and fringe right coming together in common opposition to the center.
"My party has lost its soul" is the telling title of former Democratic nominee for Governor of Connecticut and White House advisor Bill Curry's new opinion piece out today on Salon.
Ralph Nader talked about his book, Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State
Listen to Ralph Nader discuss his latest book, Unstoppable.