Nader takes on the SEC, will a campaign be next?
March 4, 2003 8:17 PM   Subscribe

Nader takes on the SEC, will a campaign be next? Bit by bit, Ralph Nader does what he does best, annoying those who abuse power. This last year, he has kept with advocacy that is in parallel with smart campaign strategy and the creation of the SEC watchdog group is an example of that. The Greens are still debating him in the forums, wondering if he is still their guy. Maybe they should be asking if he's OUR guy?
posted by StormBear (4 comments total)
Faux corporate reform is hot, hot, hot! I found this at
FBI introduces toll free white-collar crime line

If you suspect corporate fraud, here's a new number to call: 1-888-622-0117.

This will connect you with the FBI's new corporate fraud hotline, part of the agency's corporate fraud initiative. The goal, FBI officials say, is to make it easier to report potential crimes.FBI officials will record information from calls into a database. Then, the FBI will review that database with the hopes of generating four or five investigations per month.

More than a year after Enron, this looks a little like a token effort as the FBI has done very little to make fighting corporate crime a priority.
posted by skallas at 12:38 AM on March 5, 2003

The forums link is broken.
posted by einer at 7:06 AM on March 5, 2003

Ralph Nader does what he does best

Putting Republicans in the White House?
posted by goethean at 7:40 AM on March 5, 2003

Ok... I am a dumbass.
For the forum, try

My apologies.
posted by StormBear at 12:52 PM on March 5, 2003

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