Ralph Nader has run for President of the United States as a Green Party candidate, and more recently, as an independent candidate. The following is a post from www.nader.org.
Monday, March 14. 2011
The tumultuous managerial shakeup at National Public Radio headquarters for trivial verbal miscues once again has highlighted the ludicrous corporatist right-wing charge that public radio and public TV are replete with left-leaning or leftist programming.… Read more ...
Arizona’s barbaric anti-immigration law SB 1070, now facing federal court challenges, was created to not only scapegoat immigrants, but also feed the boundless greed of capitalists. Private prison corporations and politicians worked hand in hand in the law’s creation as they drooled at the prospect of huge profits through the unjust detention of thousands of undocumented immigrants.… Read more ...
The Modern Whig Party continues to draw interest from various electronic media outlets througout the country. The latest scheduled appearance is Thursday, Feb. 5 in the 10 am (CT) hour on KRMS News-Talk 1150 AM and 97.5 FM in Missouri. National Chairman Mike Lebowitz and Missouri Chapter Chairman George Mills will be guests on “The Morning Magazine with Mike McSorley.”
Mike Lebowitz is an accomplished attorney and award-winning international journalist.… Read more ...
MODERN WHIG CHAIRMAN TO BE ON WNYC 93.9 FM
Mike Lebowitz, chairman of the Modern Whig Party, is scheduled to be a guest on “The Takeaway,” a drivetime radio news show hosted by John Hockenberry and Adaora Udoji.
WNYC is an NPR affiliate in New York City that works in conjunction with the Public Radio International (PRI), BBC World Service, New York Times and WGBH Boston.
On Saturday, independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader was interviewed on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition. Last week, Libertarian candidate Bob Barr was on the show. You can listen to the interview here, and read part of the transcript below.
Weekend Edition Saturday,October 11, 2008 · Independent candidate Ralph Nader first came to national attention more than 40 years ago as a young lawyer taking on the U.S.