Donald J. Trump: the NO Law, ALL Disorder President

Once upon a very sad time, there lived a man named Donald J. Trump. He lived in a big white house that he did not own. Yet, he huffed and he puffed and blew the house over but not before trampling through it like a bad tempered, revenge-seeking bull in a pretty little china shop. He left shards of glass everywhere, soiled the furniture, pissed … Continue reading Donald J. Trump: the NO Law, ALL Disorder President

What Shall Become of Mt. Rushmore?

Ill conceived from the start. On land stolen from the Lakota Sioux, their sacred land, the U.S. government commissioned an anti-Semite, racist, KKK member Gutzon Borglum to deface the natural beauty of the mountain. But it can still be saved. Instead of the faces of American presidents, this is how we should transform those features: A Bison: The mighty bison, the spirit of our nation, … Continue reading What Shall Become of Mt. Rushmore?

Why Donald J. Trump Should be Imprisoned

Donald Trump is a Murderer Donald Trump murders the truth. He murders individuals’ reputations. He murders individuals’ careers. All you have to do is look at the body count following his impeachment trial. He has done these things deliberately and with great malice. As such, Donald J. Trump is a serial killer. Serial killers are known to be sociopaths or psychopaths. They have a very … Continue reading Why Donald J. Trump Should be Imprisoned

Coronavirus: Time to Hit the Reset Button

With much of the world at a standstill, it’s really time to hit the reset button. Globally. Now is the time to fix the broken, stop the environmental destruction, oust the lobbyists whose orchestrated efforts have destroyed our lives on so many levels. Will it happen? Of course not. While people and the economy are fast dying, the special interests are alive and feverishly (no, … Continue reading Coronavirus: Time to Hit the Reset Button

NONHUMAN RIGHTS, IT’S ABOUT TIME

Last week, the Los Angeles Times reported a horrible tragedy that took place at Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park. At least 11 elephants died after plunging over the Haew Narok Waterfall in a vain attempt to save a calf. The very short report said the death toll had risen since earlier in the week when officials first found six of the elephants that had died … Continue reading NONHUMAN RIGHTS, IT’S ABOUT TIME

Ginger Marin Interviewed for Authority Magazine

Recently, I was interviewed by Yitzi Weiner for Authority Magazine on Medium and Thrive Global.  I appreciated the opportunity and found the questions thought-provoking on many levels.  The topics ranged from career moments to discussions about how I viewed the world. Mr. Weiner is a journalist, author, and the founder Authority Magazine, and CEO of Authority Magazine’s Thought Leader Incubator, which guides leaders to become … Continue reading Ginger Marin Interviewed for Authority Magazine

Arctic (2018) Movie Review

Director: Joe Penna Writers: Joe Penna, Ryan Morrison Stars: Mads Mikkelsen, Maria Thelma Smáradóttir, Tintrinai Thikhasuk Arctic is an engrossing and intense survival tale about a man, stranded in the Arctic after a plane crash, making the difficult decision to leave the relative safety of his campsite to take a grueling trek to a far-off rescue station. It’s superbly acted by Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen, … Continue reading Arctic (2018) Movie Review

The Greatest Showman (2017) Movie Review

Director: Michael Gracey Writers: Jenny Bicks and Bill Condon Music: John Debney, Joseph Trapanese; Lyricists: Benj Pasek and Justin Paul Stars: Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya, Keala Settle, Sam Humphrey The Greatest Showman is inspired by the story of how America’s P.T. Barnum rose in social ranks to create the Greatest Show on Earth – his circus of human oddities and curiosities – … Continue reading The Greatest Showman (2017) Movie Review

Review of “251 Things to Do In Tofino”

Review by Ginger Marin as posted to Goodreads in July 2016 Okay, I’m pretty certain I’m ready to pack my bags and head off to a fabulous long-term stay in Tofino, British Columbia, Canada after reading Kait Fennell’s “251 Things to Do in Tofino”. Her book is a wonderful resource guide of the community and environs, including that of its indigenous peoples. It’s part history, … Continue reading Review of “251 Things to Do In Tofino”

Review of “Prescription for Life: Three Simple Strategies to Live Younger Longer”

Book Review by Ginger Marin as posted to Goodreads in 2015.   I’ve read many nutrition and diet books and articles over the years and I have to say I was not very impressed with Dr. Richard Furman’s “Prescription for Life” mainly because I was expecting something new. This book, however, reads like a nutrition treatise for the complete novice as it largely advocates a … Continue reading Review of “Prescription for Life: Three Simple Strategies to Live Younger Longer”