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Ralph Nader welcomes fellow auto safety advocate, Jackie Gillan, past President of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, a coalition working together to reduce motor vehicle crashes, save lives, and prevent injuries. Then, Ralph outlines the latest issue of the Capitol Hill Citizen and responds to your feedback from recent programs. The post Savin…
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Ralph welcomes fellow auto safety advocate, Jackie Gillan, past President of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, a coalition working together to reduce motor vehicle crashes, save lives and prevent injuries. Then, Ralph outlines the latest issue of the Capitol Hill Citizen and responds to your feedback from recent programs. Jackie Gillan is past…
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Ralph welcomes back Bishop William J. Barber to discuss the upcoming Poor People’s Campaign March and Assembly in Washington, DC on June 29th, as well as Bishop Barber’s new book WHITE POVERTY: How Exposing Myths About Race and Class Can Reconstruct American Democracy. Then Ralph is joined by Phil Mattera from Good Jobs First to discuss his new rep…
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Ralph welcomes back Bishop William J. Barber to discuss the upcoming Poor People's Campaign March and Assembly in Washington, DC on June 29th, as well as Bishop Barber's new book "WHITE POVERTY: How Exposing Myths About Race and Class Can Reconstruct American Democracy." Then Ralph is joined by Phil Mattera from Good Jobs First to discuss their new…
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Ralph Nader welcomes Professor M. Steven Fish, political scientist and author of Comeback: Routing Trumpism, Reclaiming the Nation, and Restoring Democracy’s Edge, who argues that winning elections is about more than policy positions; it’s about projecting strength and dominance, and Donald Trump plays that game better than his Democratic rivals. P…
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Ralph welcomes professor M. Steven Fish, political scientist and author of “Comeback: Routing Trumpism, Reclaiming the Nation, and Restoring Democracy’s Edge” who argues that winning elections is about more than policy positions, it’s about projecting strength and dominance. And Donald Trump plays that game better than his Democratic rivals. Plus, …
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Ralph Nader talks about what’s happening in America, what’s happening around the world, and most importantly what’s happening underneath it all. The post The Ralph Nader Radio Hour – May 27, 2024 appeared first on KPFA.โดย KPFA
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On today's program, Ralph welcomes two guests who have worked as civic advocates for more than fifty years—chemical engineer and environmentalist Barry Castleman, and solar energy advocate Ken Bossong. How do they maintain their civic stamina over more than five decades? That's what Ralph wants to know. Then, Ralph is joined by our resident interna…
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On today’s show: Ralph explores how young people have made meaningful careers and lasting change working in the public interest. His guests are Sam Simon, editor of “Choosing the Public Interest: Essays From the First Public Interest Research Group” and Lisa Frank, Vice President and D.C. Director at The Public Interest Network and also Executive D…
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We explore how young people have made meaningful careers and lasting change working in the public interest with Sam Simon, editor of “Choosing the Public Interest: Essays From the First Public Interest Research Group” and Lisa Frank, Vice President and D.C. Director at The Public Interest Network and also Executive Director in the Washington Legisl…
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Ralph welcomes labor journalist Hamilton Nolan to discuss his latest book, The Hammer: Power, Inequality, and the Struggle for the Soul of Labor. They discuss why some of the biggest names in organized labor have gotten so bad at organizing labor, and they highlight the labor organizers who are effectively wielding power. Then, Ralph is joined by c…
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Ralph welcomes labor journalist Hamilton Nolan to discuss his latest book, "The Hammer: Power, Inequality, and the Struggle for the Soul of Labor". They'll get into why some of the biggest names in organized labor have gotten so bad at organizing labor, and they'll highlight the labor organizers who are effectively wielding power. Then, Ralph is jo…
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Ralph welcomes back medical journalist and New York Times bestselling author Jean Carper to elaborate on her latest book, 100 LIFE OR DEATH FOODS: A Scientific Guide to Which Foods Prolong Life or Kill You Prematurely. Plus, the latest news about Boeing and the UAW. The post Life Or Death Foods appeared first on KPFA.…
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Ralph welcomes back medical journalist and New York Times bestselling author, Jean Carper, to elaborate on her latest book, “100 LIFE OR DEATH FOODS: A Scientific Guide to Which Foods Prolong Life or Kill You Prematurely.” Plus, the latest news about Boeing and the UAW. Jean Carper is a medical journalist, and wrote “EatSmart” (a popular weekly col…
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Ralph welcomes Theodore Postol, Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy at MIT. They discuss the conflicts in Ukraine and Israel/Palestine and break down what the weaponry being used in both conflicts tells us about the intentions and capabilities of all parties involved. Then, Ralph answers listener questions. Theod…
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Ralph welcomes Professor Theodore Postol, Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology and National Security Policy at MIT. We discuss the conflicts in Ukraine and Israel/ Palestine and breakdown what the weaponry being used in both conflicts tells us about the intentions and capabilities of all parties involved. Plus, Ralph answers listener questions…
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Mumia Abu-Jamal has spent the last forty-two of his seventy years on Earth behind the bars of a Pennsylvania state prison, twenty-nine and a half of those on Death Row, based on a dubious and extremely flawed and biased conviction for murder. Today, we explore his story and what it tells us about what Ralph calls our “criminal injustice” system. We…
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Mumia Abu-Jamal has spent the last forty-two of his seventy years on Earth behind the bars of a Pennsylvania state prison, twenty-nine and a half of those on Death Row based on a dubious and extremely flawed and biased conviction for murder. Today, we explore his story and what it tells us about what Ralph calls our “criminal injustice system.” We …
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Today’s show is preempted by an anniversary fund drive special: an address by Amy Goodman in Berkeley, California on April 6, 2024. The post Special Fund Drive Programming – Amy Goodman appeared first on KPFA.โดย KPFA
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Ralph welcomes Columbia University Professor Jeffrey Sachs to discuss what's motivating anti-Palestinian extremism in Israel, how the U.S. has been complicit in Israel's theft of Palestinian territory and genocide against the Palestinian people, and what the United Nations can do to help achieve a lasting peace. Plus, we share Ralph's recent column…
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Ralph Nader welcomes Chris Anderson, author of Infectious Generosity: The Ultimate Idea Worth Spreading, where he explains how techniques for tapping into the potential of “the internet to turbocharge generosity” can fund and scale-up bold, audacious projects for the common good. Chris Anderson is the founder of the Sapling Foundation and Curator o…
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Ralph welcomes Chris Anderson, author of “Infectious Generosity: The Ultimate Idea Worth Spreading” where he explains how techniques for tapping into the potential of “the internet to turbocharge generosity” can fund and scale-up bold, audacious projects for the common good. Chris Anderson is the founder of the Sapling Foundation, and Curator of TE…
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On this week’s episode, Ralph welcomes trailblazing attorney William Shernoff to discuss predatory insurance practices and how consumers can protect themselves. This special episode was co-presented by The American Museum of Tort Law and was recorded in front of a live virtual audience. William Shernoff is the founding partner of Shernoff Bidart Ec…
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Not a lot of lawyers can say that they helped create a whole new legal field, but William Shernoff can. On this week's episode, Ralph welcomes trailblazing attorney William Shernoff to discuss predatory insurance practices, and how consumers can protect themselves. This special episode was co-presented by The American Museum of Tort Law, and was re…
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Legendary public school reform advocate Jonathan Kozol joins us to discuss his latest book, An End To Inequality: Breaking Down the Walls of Apartheid Education in America. Then, we do a deep dive into the scourge that is kratom, the dangerous so-called pain-relief supplement that our guest, attorney Matt Wetherington, calls “gas station heroin.” J…
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Legendary public school reform advocate, Jonathan Kozol, joins us to discuss his latest book “An End To Inequality: Breaking Down the Walls of Apartheid Education in America.” Then, we do a deep dive into the scourge that is kratom, the dangerous so-called pain relief supplement our guest, lawyer Matt Wetherington, calls “gas station heroin.” Jonat…
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Ralph Nader is joined by Tim Judson from the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (N.I.R.S.) to discuss the growing support for nuclear power in Congress and the persistent myths that fuel nuclear advocates’ false hopes for a nuclear future. Then, Ralph pays tribute to Boeing whistleblower John Barnett, who died unexpectedly this week in the mi…
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Ralph is joined by Tim Judson from the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (N.I.R.S.) to discuss the growing support for nuclear power in Congress, and the persistent myths that fuel nuclear advocates' false hopes for a nuclear future. Then, Ralph pays tribute to Boeing whistleblower John Barnett, who died unexpectedly this week in the middle …
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Ralph Nader speaks to law professor Barbara McQuade, who specializes in national security issues and has written a book that outlines a very real threat to American democracy: Attack From Within: How Disinformation Is Sabotaging America. Then, Lawrence Wilkerson sums up Israeli goals in its war on the Palestinians with three words: eradication, eli…
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Ralph speaks to law professor, Barbara McQuade, who specializes in national security issues and has written a book that outlines the very real threat to American democracy, “Attack From Within: How Disinformation Is Sabotaging America.” Also, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson sums up Israeli goals in its war on the Palestinians with three words “eradicati…
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Ralph welcomes Bishop William Barber from the Poor People’s Campaign to discuss their March 2nd mass moral march on state assemblies and their efforts to mobilize millions of poor and low-wage voters. Then, Ralph is joined by Washington Post health reporter Dan Diamond to discuss his team’s recent report on a $2 billion Medicare fraud scheme. GUEST…
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Ralph welcomes Bishop William Barber from the Poor People's Campaign to discuss their March 2nd mass moral march on State Assemblies and their efforts to mobilize millions of poor and low-wage voters. Then, Ralph is joined by Washington Post health reporter Dan Diamond to discuss his team's recent report on a $2 billion Medicare fraud scheme. Bisho…
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Ralph welcomes Professor Stephanie Luce of the City University of New York, who has co-authored Practical Radicals: Seven Strategies to Change the World. and together they outline the challenges and the strategies that face underdogs trying to change the system. Plus, our resident constitutional scholar, Bruce Fein, joins us to discuss the death of…
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Ralph welcomes Professor Stephanie Luce of the City University of New York, who has co-authored “Practical Radicals: Seven Strategies to Change the World,” and together they outline the challenges and the strategies that face underdogs trying to change the system. Plus, our resident constitutional scholar, Bruce Fein, joins us to discuss the death …
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