Ralph Nader: ‘The Losing Warfare State’

Ralph Nader at the Nader Page: "The USA is still bogged down in Afghanistan (the 16 year-old occupation is the longest in American history) and in Iraq (since the unconstitutional, illegal invasion of the country 14 years ago). "With about 30,000 poorly equipped fighters, the Taliban has held down a US equipped and trained Afghan …

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Ralph Nader Asks Why the Entire House Congressional Delegation from Connecticut Refuses to Sign HR 676 or Full Medicare for All Legislation

Independent Political Report FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dear Representatives Joe Courtney, Elizabeth Esty, Rosa DeLauro, Jim Himes and John Larson: There are 109 colleagues of yours who are co-sponsors of HR 676, Congressman John Conyers’ single payer bill in the House that provides full Medicare for all with free choice of doctor and hospital. Yet not …

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Bernie Sanders, Evan McMullin, and Jill Stein All Set New Records for Write-in Totals in Various States

Ballot Access News In many states, a new record was set this year for write-in presidential candidates. Probably if all states would count all their presidential write-ins, new records would have been set in virtually all states that allow write-ins. Bernie Sanders set records in three states that counted his write-ins: in California he got …

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Nader: Clinton and Trump ‘both flunk’

by Daniella Diaz, CNN Washington (CNN) Ralph Nader, who ran for president in 2000 as a Green Party candidate, said that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump "both flunk" when it comes to being viable options for the White House. "If it's a choice between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, do you see much difference between the …

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Examiner: Could an Independent Presidential Candidate Actually Make an Impact in 2016

(The following was originally published in Examiner.) The 2016 presidential election is inching closer by the day and as Congress and President Obama watch their approval ratings plummet, one must ask whether it's time to ditch the two party system. At Midnight on October 1st, 2013, Democrats and Republicans were unable to come to an agreement …

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