Strung Out and Hunted Beneath a Killing Moon

I’m back and this time we’re staring into the dark abyss of Trump’s unhinged comments about seeking the death penalty for drug dealers as an answer to the American opioid crisis.

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The Hammering In My Head

Editor’s note: as I mentioned in my last post on this website, I am keenly (indeed painfully) aware that it

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The Simple Truth: The FCC & ISPs Are Attacking Free Speech Online

I’m back with a quick but informative look at the FCC’s recent 3-2, heinously anti-democratic decision to repeal Tittle II protection for Net Neutrality and what you can do about it

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A Brief Thought: An Empire of One

I’m back with a look at the growing power of Amazon founder and Washington Post CEO Jeff Bezos; being the richest man on earth has it’s advantages but is catering to corporate elites killing US Democracy? In a word, yes.

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The Simple Truth: Free Market Capitalism & the US Medical Insurance Industry

An extremely short meme about why free market capitalism is a poor excuse for blocking single payer healthcare in the United States

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A Brief Thought: Running to Stand Still & the Democratic Party

As the wolves close in on Trump, Nina stops to ask what Democratic frontrunners Elizabeth Warren & Kamala Harris were doing this past weekend; the answer won’t surprise you – and that’s the problem.

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ABT: Gary Cohn & the Mainstream Media Myth of the Adult in the Room

Gary Cohn is no savior; he knows precisely what Trump means to do to America and he clearly supports it – so why does mainstream media keep pretending he can moderate Trump?

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A Brief Thought: Live & Let Die

After far too long an absence, Nina is back with some brief thoughts about a subject we don’t talk about much in North America, but we should – the devastating toll in human lives caused by austerity.

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A Brief Thought: And the Tide Rolled Back

Nina takes a brief look at why Jeremy Corbyn and the British Labour party look poised to dominate UK politics despite “losing” the 2017 Election

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