Posted on: Nov 5, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
At Ralph Nader's buzzing and cluttered campaign headquarters, frazzled twentysomething workers spend their little free time muttering about the Nader's lack of media coverage, while Nader blasts the New York Times' extraordinary editorial campaign against him as repulsive.
Posted on: Oct 23, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
On a day when Al Gore spent his valuable time trying to quell a progressive revolt in the once safely Democratic Pacific Northwest, insurgent presidential candidate Ralph Nader laughed at his opponent's discomfort, and accused the vice president of being "incapable of telling the truth."
Posted on: Oct 22, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
In a sally that could broaden his support among Arab-American voters, Ralph Nader accused Al Gore of being "cowardly" in his stated support for Israel, and suggested a more sympathetic approach toward the Palestinians.
Posted on: Oct 19, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
After some shaky attempts earlier in the campaign to leaven his bleak worldview with jokes involving a rubber chicken, Nader is actually running a campaign full of good humor and crowd-pleasing punchlines, especially in the last few days.
Posted on: Oct 18, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
Ralph Nader's delicate balancing act between risk-free party building and purposeful election-spoiling came to George W. Bush country Tuesday, for the first leg of a short "Don't Waste Your Vote" tour through states where the presidential race is safely one-sided.
Posted on: Sep 21, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
It may seem odd for a presidential candidate who favors reparations for slavery and regularly denounces the "discriminatory prison-industrial complex" to be on the defensive about race relations, but that's exactly where Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader has found himself this week.
Posted on: Sep 18, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
Ralph Nader, trying to claw his way up out of the single digits and into the presidential debates, is playing good cop-bad cop with the media, praising their investigative reporting in one moment, condemning their corporate servility and editorial judgment in the next.
Posted on: Sep 14, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
As George W. Bush and Al Gore prepare for their presidential debates, Green Party candidate Ralph Nader remains arbitrarily left out of the forum. If he's still excluded by October 1, Nader plans to hold major protests outside the debates.
Posted on: Sep 13, 2000, Source: WorkingForChange.com
Criticized by the head of the National Organization of Women as being "ill-informed about abortion rights," Ralph Nader Thursday accused the group of ignoring key women's issues in favor of "political expediency" and said he's been fighting for women's issues since 1957.