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Trump mentioned God three times today!

I don’t recall ever hearing Mr. Trump invoke the name of God during his campaign. Today at inauguration he thought he should mention the almighty in order to make us all feel a little better. 113 more words

Media Fail: All Governments Lie

By Pamela Zoslov

The name I.F. (“Izzy”) Stone is spoken of in reverent tones among left-leaning journalists. The investigative reporter and publisher of his own four-page newsletter, I.F. 1,309 more words

The New 1% of Committed Activists

BY MARTIN KICH

Andy Lee Roth, a sociology professor at Citrus College is associate director of Project Censored and co-editor of Censored 2017: The Top Censored Stories and Media Analysis of 2015-2016. 622 more words

Legislative Issues

A Snapshot of The Clean Water Act

Shelby Bryan co-founded Millicom International, the first cellular company in the United States, with renowned Swedish entrepreneur Jan Stenbeck. Before launching Millicom, Shelby Bryan interned with Ralph Nader while Nader was working on the Clean Water Act. 136 more words

Shelby Bryan

Fighting environmental backsliding and holding leaders accountable: Paul Burns & VPIRG

Paul Burns is executive director of the Vermont Public Interest Research Group, a position he’s held since 2001. In just the past few years, VPIRG has played a major role in the nation’s first ban on fracking, new regulations on toxics, and the movement to have GMO foods labeled. 85 more words

Podcast

Ralph Nader: The Corporate Lies Behind Tort Reform

Dandelion Salad

with Ralph Nader

RT America on Jan 4, 2017

On this episode of America’s Lawyer, attorney Mike Papantonio exposes Santander Bank for defrauding investors in Puerto Rico through a massive municipal bond scheme.

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Politics

Ready for the Jawboning Presidency of Donald Trump by Ralph Nader

Dandelion Salad

by Ralph Nader
The Nader Page
January 3, 2017

All signs point to Donald Trump becoming a jawboning president without equal in American history. 705 more words

Politics