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It’s the Iron Collar of the Corporate State Until the People Collar the Congress

By Ralph Nader Back in the mid-nineteen-fifties, the prolific, progressive political economist, Harvard’s John Kenneth Galbraith, developed his “theory of countervailing powers.” He asserted as big business got bigger, its overreach would be constrained by strong labor unions, regulators, and … Continue reading

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Biden: End Your Co-Belligerent Backing of Israeli War Crimes

By Ralph Nader May 21, 2021 As Senator, Vice President, and now President, your self-promoted/displayed empathy has a problem. You can’t seem to connect the Israeli military powerhouse’s occupation to the oppression and destruction of innocent Palestinian civilians, illegal seizure … Continue reading

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Reporter’s Alert: Part V

By Ralph Nader May 7, 2021 Reporters at major newspapers and magazines are hard to reach by telephone. Today it is increasingly hard to converse with them about timely scoops, leads, gaps in coverage, and corrections to published articles. We … Continue reading

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Reporter’s Alert: Part IV

By Ralph Nader April 16, 2021 Reporters at major newspapers and magazines are hard to reach by telephone. Today it is increasingly hard to converse with them about timely scoops, leads, gaps in coverage, and corrections to published articles. We … Continue reading

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