My name is Daniel Kinch. I also answer to Dan as well as a variety of other names (sometimes to ‘Jerry’). I studied acting in college at University of South Florida (and afterwards), but my interest is (and always was) in writing plays–I studied with the late great Jack Gelber at Brooklyn College. I’ve written […]

Originally posted on Bryn Greenwood:
I keep seeing people posting images in support of net neutrality, but beyond making people more aware that big money interests are trying to create fast and slow lanes on the internet, those images don’t do much to stop it from happening. What can you, as a lone private citizen,…

Tonight on Sex and Politics–I will lead off with a discussion with Jimmy McMillan, mayoral candidate and originator of the ‘Rent is Too Damn High’ political party. We’ll talk about his current projects, his views on the NY State Gubernatorial primary vote, and his vindication (by the New York Times and Harvard) that people are fleeing […]

This is a video put together by the wonderful folks at the People’s Puppets of Occupy Wall Street. They’re heavily participating in the People’s Climate March, happening on September 21. I’ve addressed all the factoids in another post. I even interviewed one of the organizers on Sex and Politics.   I am in this video […]

This Friday on Sex and Politics, I’ll be talking to our friend Karl Grossman, an award-winning journalist who’s covered issues around nuclear power since the 1970’s. We’ll be talking about Fukushima–specifically, what we aren’t hearing ever since the Japanese government started prosecuting journalists for covering the controversies around the accident.  Insiders are reporting that the […]

In all the discussion of human extinction and the economy crashing and the other things I bring up on this blog, there was a literal milestone I passed earlier today. This is my 10,000 mile Rans V-Rex. This AM, I crossed the 10,000 mile mark. I’ve owned the bike since 2009, with a long break […]

It was a big night on Sex and Politics on Friday August 1st 2014. Dan Kinch spoke to Paul Getsos, National Street Organizer for 350.org. 350.org was founded in 2008 by a group of university friends in the U.S. along with author Bill McKibben. Paul has been an organizer for 25 years, and is the founder of Community Voices Heard, an organization […]

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Originally posted on BICYCLE DUTCH:
While a delegation from Portland Oregon was visiting my hometown ’s-Hertogenbosch and some other places in the Netherlands to experience Dutch cycling, I was looking at cycling in the United States. Not that that was the main goal of my journey -I was in the US for a self-paid holiday…

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