More Twitter Censorship Drama & Why It Might Mean the End of My Writing “Career”

To put things bluntly; I am frustrated to the point of tears and beyond tired of writing this same post

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A Brief Thought: Legalized Bribery & Who Gets the Conch

After a long battle with allergies, Nina is back with an in depth look at the proposed Israel Anti-Boycott Act in the context of larger political news

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A Brief Thought: Freedom to Oppress

Nina takes a look at the terrifying ramifications of news that the US Department of Justice is going after Julian Assange

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A Brief Thought: Quite Frankly My Dear; I Don’t Give a Damn

Nina takes a brief moment to discuss why people who support fascism don’t get to whine about being unfriended on Facebook

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Twitter Uber Alles: They’ve Come for the Bloggers

Beset on all sides by forces beyond her comprehension, Nina sends out a call for help after being shadowbanned by Twitter.

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New “Deluxe” Wall of Shame Updates: August 27th

All work and no play make ninaillingworth.com a dull site and nobody wants that – so today, we’re opening up the books and honoring two new distinguished members of the Wall of Shame: Vox’s Mathew Yglesias and MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid.

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