Tag Archives: Michael C Ruppert

‘Lucy’ at 17–the unanswered questions

Today is September 11, aka 9/11. It’s an anniversary I’ve been cursed with since that day back in 2001. I’ve written about this several times, but the basics–it was my first day at a temp assignment on Wall Street. I arrived at 8:45 and there was something looking like confetti as I stepped out of […]

Seventeen years gone– 9-11 and Michael Ruppert

From Collapse, a documentary about Michael C. Ruppert. Worth your time.   Below is a link to a document put together in the crazy days immediately following the 9/11 attack on the US. Michael C Ruppert, an individual I’ve written about here, was on the government’s radar for most of his life–both of his parents […]

Planet Hospice–A New monologue play

So let’s pretend that you’re me (YOU call the medical insurance people :-\) I consider myself intelligent enough, but I’m not a person with credentials attesting to that. I am not a PhD in anything. By the time I finished my masters degree many years ago, it was clear that colleges were no longer creating […]

Ukraine nuclear plants facing meltdown?

Several months ago (in April), I wrote about the obstructionist mess in electoral politics in the US leading to a ‘search for a man on horseback‘–the belief that someone like Donald Trump could sweep in on a steed and (metaphorically, one hopes) swing a sword a few times and bring us to a new age […]

The Dead Zone–parsing out the past year

This is (per WordPress math) my 400th blog posting. I started my blog in 2012 when the memes of Occupy Wall Street were not getting traction in Main Stream media. I also was working on touring a number of my plays–I was writing about protest and revolution and income inequality. Lots of gigs, very little money. […]

So Long, it’s been good ta know yuh…

Over the past week, I was suddenly captured by a couple pieces of music that seemed to encapsulate my mood in following the news. The above-cited song has been in my mental landscape since I was a kid and my aunts and uncles (who were actually great aunts and uncles, all survivors of the Great Depression) […]

Carolyn Baker on WBCR’s Sex and Politics

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 […]