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 lots […]

Let’s start with the latest from my Brooklyn Nabe. This is the sole grocery/supermarket within easy walking distance of my apartment. You’ll notice it is boarded up. I had mixed feelings about the place–they were open late and 365 days a year, but the cleanliness was always an issue, and their produce and dairy were […]

Remember the last few weeks when everybody in the Pundit biz talked about what a yawner the revelation of the redacted files on JFK’s assassination would be? Fun times. First, there’s this: This is a memo from the then-director of the CIA John McCone, to James Rowley, the chief of the Secret Service, on the […]

Today is the day the National Archives and Records Administration is supposed to reveal long-suppressed documents regarding the assassination of JFK. This has been mandated to occur for some 25 years, ever since a Congressional vote on the topic back in 1992.   I don’t expect much.  We really know about 90% of what we need […]

Blood and destruction shall be so in use And dreadful objects so familiar That mothers shall but smile when they behold Their infants quarter’d with the hands of war; All pity choked with custom of fell deeds: And Caesar’s spirit, ranging for revenge, With Ate by his side come hot from hell, Shall in these […]

Originally posted on Climate Denial Crock of the Week:
Science: Senate Republicans have launched a new attack on peer review by proposing changes to how the U.S. government funds basic research. New legislation introduced this week by Senator Rand Paul (R–KY) would fundamentally alter how grant proposals are reviewed at every federal agency by adding public…

Perhaps the most unfortunate statement of the man some have dubbed ‘Cinnamon Hitler’. Made to a service wife just widowed, with two young children with a third on the way. Tendered after a dozen days of being MIA on the soldiers, during which he had time to take in five days of golf and put […]

I was really moved by Dr. Guy McPherson’s latest video. Yes, he’s still talking about near term human extinction. No, it ain’t fixed. No, it probably can’t be fixed. But he’s no longer the methodical, analytic individual I first encountered when watching his videos from 2012. I think he’s playing to an audience of his […]