The Most Revolutionary Act

Uncensored Updates on World Events, Economics, the Environment and Medicine

Selling Books – Excerpt from Interview

| July 14, 2011

“Selling Books” recently did a fantastic interview about my young adult novel The Battle for Tomorrow: a Fable Tell us something about yourself: I’m a 63 year old, recently retired child and adolescent psychiatrist, single mother and activist, who emigrated to New Zealand 8 ½ years ago after being targeted by the FBI for my […]

The Battle for Tomorrow

| May 4, 2011

“Teen fights for equality in power-packed novel” My new book (a novel) went up on Amazon today.  It’s about a sixteen-year-old girl who participates in the blockade and occupation of the US Capitol. As the story begins, Angela Jones is the primary caretaker of her invalid mother. Having taken on the responsibilities of an adult, […]

Overcoming Pro-Corporate Messaging

| March 3, 2011

My last blog was about the five memes or psychological messages that discourage Americans from joining with co-workers, neighbors and other community members to fight the business and corporate interests that negatively impact so many aspects of our lives. These paralyzing messages, which bombard us constantly via TV, movies, newspapers, magazines and billboards, have become […]

Of Blogs, Bloggers and Blogging

| February 3, 2011

The end of January marked my one year anniversary blogging. I never imagined, in my wildest dreams, that blogging would be the main event of my sixties. When my publisher first suggested it, I thought blogging was something only young people did. That a blog was a public diary that announced to the world what […]

You Can’t Argue With Success

| January 21, 2011

Much of the work that went into the Voluntary Simplicity and Y2K movements (see prior blogs) has been incorporated into Transition Towns and other sustainability-related movements. There are now literally millions of groups worldwide focused on some aspect of bioregional sustainability. The most visible evidence of their success are the blossoming of home veggie gardens, […]