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Opinion: The choice in this year’s election

By former Assemblyman Steven Sanders

Historically presidential election campaigns pick up steam around the first day of autumn in the final weeks before Election Day. However this year’s race for the White House has been anything but predictable. 570 more words


How to Vote Against Trump

How can you best fight against Trump?

How can you best protect

  • the country,
  • freedom of speech,
  • political freedom here and world-wide,
  • innocent persons…
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Things I'm Verbing: Oh God, Not the Debates Edition

Weeks ago, a friend invited me to join her in the audience for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, which, no-brainer! It was only yesterday that I finally made the connection between the date we’re attending — tonight — and the fact of the first presidential debate, also tonight.  461 more words

Things I'm Verbing

Ralph Nader Interviews Jill Stein: We Need To Cut The Military Budget By 50% + Transcript

Dandelion Salad

with Ralph Nader

williambrighenticpa on Sep 18, 2016

Ralph Nader interviewed Jill Stein on September 17, 2016. Ralph and Jill discuss the corporate ownership of the media and the duopoly of the Democratic and Republican parties, preventing public disclosure of third-party candidates and their proposals for a better America.

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Ralph Nader on Two-Party Tyranny, Trump Cheating, Bernie Sanders, and Corporations Kill

Dandelion Salad

with Ralph Nader

Democracy Now! on Sep 19, 2016

http://democracynow.org – It’s official: When the first presidential debate takes place next Monday, a week from today, it will exclude third-party candidates from the debate stage.

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Unsafe at Any Speed?

The infamous Corvair which was villanized by Ralph Nader was actually a ground-breaking design for American car makers.  When the Corvair came out, Detroit was at the peak of its “bigger is better” years.   162 more words


When Past is Prologue

Let me take you back to the halcyon days of 2000, when America faced a choice between two candidates. One was bland. He was a bit of a policy wonk, who promised to basically continue the slow, steady, upward course that the incumbent president had put us on. 386 more words