Don’t miss Ralph’s latest op-ed on the rise of anticorporatist views. The op-ed was published in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, and can be found online here.
Ms. Kris Monteith, Bureau Chief,Enforcement Bureau, Investigations & Hearings Division,Federal Communications Commission (FCC),445 12th Street, SW, Room 4-C330Washington, DC 20554 August 17, 2007 Dear Ms. Monteith: I am writing to ask that Federal Communications Commission (FCC) conduct an investigation of … Continue reading
Average Taxpayers and Small Businesses Could Potentially Lose Out on Billions of Dollars FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Ralph Nader, 202-387-8030 Washington, DC. — April 5 — The average American family may miss out on getting a minimum of $30 to $60 … Continue reading
Today, Ralph Nader and the sports reform project League of Fans sent a letter to NBA star LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers asking him to help improve conditions for the workers who make the Nike products he endorses. The … Continue reading
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Ralph Nader 202-232-7112 Statement of Ralph NaderNovember 2, 2006 President George W. Bush has called on Senator John Kerry to apologize for saying that people unable to succeed in the U.S. educational system would likely get … Continue reading
Dear Mr. Steinbrenner: So you want to be the man who tears down “the House That Ruth Built.” And for what? More profit. Neither you, nor the city government you pressured, nor anyone else should ever do this to a … Continue reading
By Ralph Nader Originally published on July 9, 2006 in the Baltimore Sun In no other Western democracy do third-party or independent candidates confront more obstacles and exclusions from contributing to a competitive democratic process than in the United States. … Continue reading
Progressive judges protect those who cannot protect themselves in the political process. For example, the Warren Court expanded the rights of the criminal accused and struck down laws persecuting blacks. This tendency to protect our most vulnerable citizens belies the … Continue reading