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 […]

On Friday’s Sex And Politics, I’ll be talking to Richard Heinberg. Richard is Senior Fellow-in-Residence of the Post Carbon Institute and has written extensively on the topic of Peak Oil, authoring 11 books on the topic since he began speaking about it in 2002. We’ll be focusing on his book Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promise of […]

On Friday’s edition of Sex and Politics, I spoke to Carolyn Baker about climate collapse and personal spiritual healing. Dr. Baker was an adjunct professor of history and psychology for 11 years and a psychotherapist in private practice for 17 years. She was an associate and colleague of the late Michael C Ruppert, and has been writing […]

So back in August, I became part of the Staten Island protest march to mark the murder of Eric Garner at the hands of the NYPD and call for justice. I had posted an article about the march and the still-simmering problems in Ferguson on Planet POV, a new blogsite for progressive types about political […]

About a month ago I used my ‘politics’ segment of my radio segment on Sex and Politics to talk to Marlo Lewis, a frequent go-to expert on climate matters for Fox News. Marlo Lewis is with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and while we mistakenly identified him as a ‘climate change denier’, that isn’t exactly true.  His contention […]

On Sunday I reposted Peter Sinclair’s ‘Tipping Point‘ article about the hundreds of thousands who took to the street to protest against government inaction on climate change. Today’s post is not a post about passing the climate tipping point as suggested by Guy McPherson. Instead, it’s a public tipping point. I’m suggesting you read another […]

        In March of 2014, Sex and Politics welcomed Scott Baker to talk about housing, rent and government finances. Scott Baker is a Senior Editor/Economics Editor and Writer at Opednews, and a blogger for Huffington Post. He is President of Common Ground-NYC and NY State Coordinator for the Public Banking Institute  We discussed austerity budgets, […]

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,…

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