Ralph Nader (07/31/2014)

Ralph Nader (07/31/2014)





Ralph Nader, Political Activist; Author, Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State; Twitter @RalphNader

Debra J. Saunders, Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle; “Token Conservative” Blogger, SFGate.com; Twitter @debrajsaunders — Moderator

Ralph Nader has fought for decades on behalf of American citizens against what he sees as the pervasive influence of corporations on our society. Large majorities tell pollsters that big corporations have too much political power, and Nader believes that the ever-tightening influence of big business on the mainstream media, elections and our government have caused many Americans to believe they have no political voice.

Nader draws on a half century of his own experience working with the grassroots and Congress and tells of many surprising victories that have united progressive and conservative forces. Far from espousing compromises that meet halfway, Nader argues that citizens of different political labels must join in the struggle against the corporate state, because if left unchecked, that corporate state will ruin the republic, shred the Constitution, and stampede over the rights of the American people.

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6 thoughts on “Ralph Nader (07/31/2014)

    1. @Alice Leder how about for being a Wall Street lick-knob ? After all,she was a Monsanto lawyer back in the day ya know, and recently defended GMO foods. Wonder why ?.

  1. Well spoken.  Ralph Nader is such a well-reasoned and thoughtful speaker.  He has influenced this country in so many positive ways.  I have seen him speak only once, and it was very impressive how he handled the diverse crowd in downtown Detroit, many years ago.  (Not sure if Alice Leder actually watched this video, because her comments seem so inane.)

  2. Ralph’s humorous moments: 18:07 He found right-wingers are more interested in this book than the left. Ralph asked himself, “why?’ He said, “it’s the YECH! factor” – what he calls a “sound bark,” better than a “sound bite.” And, 22:08 “How many times have you confronted people who think they’re smart, because they’re cynical”

  3. Hey! Where the hell is the info on your attack on Hawaii’s big 5 mafia control?
    It’s now big 7!
    What the hell!
    I can’t find info on them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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