A Brief Thought: Despinning Michael Flynn, Again

Nina takes a look at the latest Trump-Russia “bombshell” and asks “if Mike Flynn is the key to the Russiagate puzzle, why isn’t he already in custody spilling his guts?”

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Tales from the American DMZ: It’s (Almost) All Economics

Nina takes a terrifying look at the potential relationship between police militarization, global war and the coming automation crisis

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Info-Meme of the Week: No Record, No Crime

Nina examines the curious case of a corrupt candidate who keeps accidentally destroying federal records over and over again in the Info-Meme of the Week

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C.R.E.A.M Part Three: A Study & Review of Clinton Cash (Documentary)

Nina finally wraps up her epic review and study of the shocking documentary “Clinton Cash” in C.R.E.A.M. Part Three

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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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Breaking: Did Julian Assange Just Say What I Think He Did?

Breaking – did Julian Assange just say murdered DNC Staffer Seth Rich was a Wikileaks Source? He might as well have.

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Hillary Clinton, Imperialism and the Lesser of Two Evils – Part One

Nina takes a long, hard look at Hillary Clinton and why the lesser of two evils is probably still going to be pretty evil. Part one in a multi-part essay.

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Fallout Boy: Lynch, Comey and the Hot Potato Plot

Nina continues examining the issues surrounding the Hillary Clinton Email Server Scandal by taking a deep dive into the ongoing conflict of interest surrounding the case and the Clinton/Lynch Hot Potato Plot.

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Wicked Game: the Clandestine Murder of Democracy in America pt 3 – Desert Scam

Democracy is dead or dying in America and nobody in the mainstream media or the Democratic Party gives a damn! Join Nina as she examines a brazen crime against voting rights in the darkest heart of the Nevada desert in Part 3 of our ongoing series about Election Fraud; Wicked Game

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Wicked Game: the Clandestine Murder of Democracy in America pt 1 – 2016 Dem Primary

Our ongoing series about election fraud in America, “Wicked Game” continues with Wicked Game: the Clandestine Murder of Democracy in America pt 1 – 2016 Dem Primary. Nina takes a look at exit polls, Richard Charnin, Nate Silver and the overwhelming mathematical, historical, logical and testimonial evidence that the 2016 Democratic Nomination process has been fixed in favor of Hillary Clinton from day one. It’s Democracy’s worst nightmare and this time it’s on the Democratic side of the political isle – click “read more” to find out the rest of the story.

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Conspiracy of Silence (1994, Never Aired) & The Franklin Union Atrocity: Part 1

Nina takes a deep dive into a 30 year old case surrounded in mystery and asks “was there a coverup of child sexual abuse in Omaha during the late 80’s as part of the Lincoln Federal Credit Union scandal?” The answer is – yes. Click read more to find out why.

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Everyone is Wrong But Me Episode 4: Rahmtanamo Bay

Nina sits down for one last talk with the mysterious Everyone is Wrong But Me cat who wants to tell her about Rham Emauel, Chicago and the illegal blacksite at Homan Square

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Everyone is Wrong But Me Episode 3: A Zoo Story

Nina continues her conversation with the mysterious old cat, who this time wants to talk about the importance of remaining true to yourself in a world made of lies

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Everyone is Wrong But Me Episode 2: The Canuckistani Patriot Act: Bill C51

Nina continues her conversation with the mysterious old cat, who this time wants to talk about Canadian anti-terrorism laws in this 2015 video

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Heat Check

Editor’s note: this is another piece I wrote in the late summer of 2015 for my blog at sportsballchic.com. My orginal idea was to tell a story about the peculiar way large, faceless institutions tend to promote the most selfish and dishonest people ahead of their more sociable, and in most cases far more deserving co-workers. This naturally drew me towards police work and my hometown of Detroit Michigan were we spend an afternoon on the job with Cal Newsome – a man who can’t seem to stop falling upward.

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