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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Info Meme of the Week: Rules of Engagement

Editor’s note: as America braces itself for yet another hotly-anticipated date with the mind-numbing enigma that is the James Comey

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A Brief Thought: Homophobic Humor & the American Liberal Crisis of Conscience

After watching Alec Baldwin’s Trump kiss Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer on SNL, Nina has had just about enough establishment liberal homophobia to last a lifetime.

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A Brief Thought: the Trump Card

With bad news for swine emperor Trump leaking out of the White House daily, Nina examines the embattled & incompetent president’s only (nuclear) option…

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A Brief Thought: Obama, Wall Street & Weaponized Identity Politics

What’s good for the goose, is good for the gander – Nina addresses more staggering mendacity around government corruption; this time on the Democrat side.

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A Brief Thought: Poisoned Prospects, Fallow Fields

Nina takes a brief look at the structural reasons why neoliberal elites can destroy candidates on the left, but not right wing reactionaries in the wake of round 1 French Presidential election results.

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Fantastic Lies: Of Bernie Bros & Bolshevik Bot Networks

Nina takes another look at the objectively absurd twists and turns of the Russiagate conspiracy theory in the minds of mainstream liberals; now with more Bernie Bros!

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Fantastic Lies: the Russia Ruse Runs out of Rope

Nina celebrates the impeding death of the Trump-Russia conspiracy theory with the absolutely last article she’s every going to write about it.

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A Brief Thought: A Cruel and Unusual Future

Nina takes a quick look at three recent, horrifying ICE actions under the Trump administration

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New Mega Wall of Shame Update: Clara Jeffery

After a short absence, Nina returns with a long, long overdue addition to the Wall of Shame; Mother Jones editor Clara Jeffery

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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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Ten Things I Think about the News – July 22nd

Nina takes a rapid-fire look at ten things in the News she hasn’t had time to discuss in more detail.

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Devil in the Details: Strange Coincidences in the British Labour Party Coup

While obsessively rubbernecking the post-Brexit political fallout in Britain, Nina notices a number of strange coincidences in the Labour Party coup against Jeremy Corbyn.

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A Response to Neoliberal Shitweasle Media

Nina’s back with a short dive into social media’s dumbest new game – pretending people who call you a boot-licking neoliberal lackey can’t use Google!

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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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