In the Public Interest

Trump: Making America Dread Again!

January 14, 2019 President Donald Trump White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Trump: The disabling and dismantling of the federal health and safety agencies under your cruel command has been leaving a trail of American fatalities, injuries, and property destruction without precedent even among past Republican Administrations. Your criminal negligence…

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Full Impeachments for Trump will Shake Senate Republicans from Kangaroo Court

January 9, 2020 By Ralph Nader Many Americans have forecasted that the outlaw Donald Trump will commit even more illegal acts to increasing his support in the 2020 presidential year. Remember Wag the Dog, a film about using a fabricated war to draw attention away from presidential misdeeds. Those Americans have been proven right by…

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Ralph Nader Letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi

In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi I, together with Constitutional Law scholars Louis Fisher and Bruce Fein, proposed that the Senate allow Chief Justice John Roberts to prescribe impeachment trial procedures—subject to veto by a Senate majority. In doing so, the Senate would…

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“Then, I have an Article II, where I have the right to do whatever I want as President.” – “King” Donald Trump

By Ralph Nader December 27, 2019 Against Donald J. Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wanted narrow impeachment charges, despite key House Committee Chairs’ arguments for broadening the impeachment charges. These veteran lawmakers, led by House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler, urged Speaker Pelosi to include the ten obstructions of justice documented in the Mueller Report.…

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Democrats Cave in Secret Budget Deal with Trump

By Ralph Nader December 20, 2019 While attention was focused on the House of Representatives’ impeachment of Donald J. Trump, legislators from both parties were secretly huddling with White House aides to seal a $1.4 trillion budget deal to fund the government until next September. They were rushing to do this to avoid a partial…

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Boeing’s Perilous Bungling Requires New Leadership

By Ralph Nader December 16, 2019 The Boeing executives and marketeers responsible for over-ruling Boeing engineers on the 737 MAX are still in charge of this very troubled aerospace company. Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg and the rubber-stamp Board of Directors, with two trophy ambassadors, are still running Boeing – thirteen months after the deadly 737…

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Why Not Also Go With “The Kitchen Table” Impeachable Offenses for Removal?

By Ralph Nader December 6, 2019 Will the Democrats move to impeach Trump for a narrow brace of violations and accept that the Senate Republicans will keep this outlaw in the White House? Or will they present the Senate with the President’s many proven impeachable offenses, thereby requiring the Senate Republicans, before live national television,…

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Impeaching Trump for Deliberately Abetting the Climate Crisis Security Perils

By Ralph Nader November 27, 2019 It is time to take Donald Trump’s disregard for climate crisis seriously. As Commander in Chief, Trump is abdicating his duties to protect his people, instead actively aiding and abetting the corporate polluters who are causing the climate chaos. Trump is wasting irreplaceable time that we need to prevent…

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Beware of the Medicare “Disadvantage” Corporate Trap – Wake Up AARP

By Ralph Nader November 21, 2019 While the Democratic presidential candidates are debating full Medicare for All, giant insurance companies like UnitedHealthcare are advertising to the elderly in an attempt to lure them from Traditional Medicare (TM) to the so-called Medicare Advantage (MA) – a corporate plan that UnitedHealthcare promotes to turn a profit at…

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The Most Impeachable President vs. The Most Hesitant Congress. What Are The Democrats Waiting For?

By Ralph Nader November 15, 2019 Amid the worst Republican President and Republican Party in modern times, the Democrats are playing the politics of low expectations. This is not the time for Democrats to be in disarray. On Capitol Hill, the prevailing view of most Democrats is that they will cling to their House majority…

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