Saving America: We’ve become stupid, its time to change that

We have to become Smarter as a Nation

For my own anger management, the travel I’ve done around America so far in 2021 has been very redeeming; I’d recommend it to anybody who has found themselves stressed out over the election of 2020 to put things in perspective.  My travel certainly did it for me, especially after spending one of my travel days at Mt. Rushmore and Deadwood on the same day.  All of my kids have been significantly harmed by Covid.  I have personally been hurt by it, just as everyone has.  I took Covid very personally.  The government was anti-Constitutional, and I see nothing in life that is worth violating those laws.  Then when you add the election fraud and the reality of having the most progressive administration in the history of America inserted in our government, ruining all our lives even further, I was either ready to blow up and become the character from the movie, Falling Down.  Or I was going to figure out something that has eluded civilization so far and bring back the boons of it for the benefit of all.  So I picked the latter and hit the road with my entire family in our RV, and we had a marvelous time discovering America and seeing many things that I had only read about.  To say that any of the places were my favorite places would be disingenuous.  Everything was wonderful.  But I found at Mt. Rushmore an itch I had been trying to scratch for years, and I can only tell you that it eased my mind considerably.   A combination of that travel day, reading all the books I bought along the way, and reading them nightly at our campsites in my favorite chair set up next to my portable traveling office gave me a fresh perspective that I did not think possible.  But it was possible, and I would like to share the results with others out there, such as you, dear reader who might find comfort in those results. 

After our last trip to Europe, my wife and I decided that we didn’t want to visit overseas anywhere again until we saw almost everything in our own country.  It took us a few years to build up to it, but we bought an RV and committed ourselves to the task.  At the time, we didn’t know the world would be turned upside down, but that it did only elevated the urgency to travel more.  After the massive letdown of our government with Covid and the obvious disappointment on Election Day 2020, where people went to bed thinking Trump won, then waking up seeing that Biden had, we accelerated our plans. We hit the road so I could think things through.  I needed to go out into the deserts of our country away from everyone and think.  To stop by gas stations and not use their dirty bathrooms, but those in our RV.  To get our drinks out of the refrigerator and climb off the grid for a while.  Also, to read lots of books without hotel staff bothering me or even bothering to go out to dinner.  I wanted everything to be with me and to have my home with me at all times, even as the scenery outside that home changed by the hour.  I think a culmination of all those elements made Mt. Rushmore much more potent for me.

As we visited Mt. Rushmore, I was thinking of the British Museum in London, and the Louvre in Paris, even some of the temples and monuments I had visited in Japan and I have to say, it was my favorite place of all, so far in my life.  I’ve been to many exotic locations worldwide, even most exquisitely, the temples and pyramids of the Mayan culture, and Mt. Rushmore was the best.  It far exceeded my expectations.  It was not because of the fine stonework and the viewing platforms they had erected but because the entire place was dedicated to intelligence and philosophy.  It was the perfect place for me at the ideal time for my thoughts, and I came away with some authentically fresh perspective.  It was that itch I had always been trying to scratch, and I felt a tremendous amount of relief after visiting there.  At that same time as I was at that monument, my publisher was putting the final touches of my Gunfighter’s Guide to Business out for my last review, which I had been structuring as a strategy guide for making businesses successful, but countries as well.  So, I was in the perfect place, and this is a feeling that will stay with me for a long time. 

We often take it for granted that our country can handle anything.  We’ve allowed our people to become corrupt, sexually obsessed, drug-influenced, and, through our public education system, turned into absolute idiots.  We weren’t born that way, but we have allowed many jealous outside influences to harm our intellects as a country, and we have now seen the result.  We have seen the attacks on our culture culminate into the mass calamity of our times.  But still, I saw in people during that trip, all day there at Mt. Rushmore, then up in Deadwood, Americans are so resilient.  Even with all the devastation, these were not conquered people.  The system of American freedom had proven that even with all the pitfalls we have experienced, our nation could withstand it all.  But to indeed have a great country, we needed places of intelligence to raise our intellects to where a great country should expect to be.  If we wanted to save America from the attackers worldwide who wanted to bring it down, many of who are now acting as domestic enemies, we would have to get smarter as a culture. 

As usual for me, books and time to read them helped my anxieties tremendously, and they would do the same for you.  For anybody.  And to truly save this country, that is the key to not just saving it but keeping it that way.  Mt. Rushmore was built to remind people, such as in times like these, why we tried to create a country in the first place.  It worked so well, we have taken it for granted, and many people have allowed themselves to be seduced by the antics of the world.  They have been seduced by stupidity and told that it was a virtue.   Well, stupidity is not a virtue.  We were told that we should lower our defenses and allow insurgents to raid us through our schools, through our businesses, and corrupt our politics so that there would be no sign of a republic for which we could hope to stand.   If we want to keep our country great, we must get more intelligent as a culture; we have to return to the times of readers like Lincoln and Roosevelt.  Of Jefferson, who started the Library of Congress with his collection of books.  America was built on philosophy and intelligence.  It was a divorce from the stupidity of the world, not in adoration of it.  And even in our own family, my wife and I have traveled the world only to realize that the best things were always around us.  Yet we did not see those places because the world was saying that everything else was great.  Well, I’ve been to those places, and nothing was better than Mt. Rushmore.  And there has been no more satisfying experience than in reading the books I brought from there.  If I seem content in my thoughts these days, it’s because of this minor boon, which I think has the power to change the world. 

Rich Hoffman

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Trump’s Challenge to Big Tech: The result will be 12 total years as president

Trump’s Challenge to Big Tech

As we’ve been talking about since the beginning of the Big Tech censorship against President Trump, legal action of some kind was inevitable.  It’s good to see Trump initiate that activity as he has in July of 2021.  It takes time to build these cases.  It is also great to see so many people joining him in that effort.  Google, Facebook, Twitter, and all the rest have it coming.  They abused their power and what they did was quite purposeful.  They used free speech to control speech, at least the legal premise of free speech.  Because they are also private companies, which is just another subtle attack on how corporations can become big and financially competitive with nations yet hide under the protection of the United States federal government to implement their will.  It would take a big name like Trump to take them on, and they kept poking and poking until he did it.  So now we will have the court battle we’ve needed for a long time to settle the matter, free speech against private companies and what role they can play in the election process, which based on the election fraud that is emerging has been vast.  Especially regarding Facebook.  As global companies now, the Big Tech social media companies have obviously no regard for American sovereignty and illustrate a problem that existed essentially since Andrew Jackson’s laissez-faire capitalism gave Cornelius Vanderbilt the ability to operate large corporations as a competitive rival of our own elected government. 

Up until recently, really where corporations started looking after that dangled carrot of communism in China with their 1.3 billion people, we’ve managed as a nation to walk that fine line between corporate influence and elected government.  Many of the skinny jean progressives of Silicone Valley don’t understand that China is not the lucrative market that has been sold to them.  Not all those people will be allowed to participate in the world’s economy; they are under tight controls there, so selling out America to the Chinese will always end only one way—with grave disappointment.  Film production companies have had to slowly learn that over the last decade, only to nearly be wiped out entirely by the Chinese bioweapon Covid-19 meant to torpedo the economy during an election year for retaliation over Trump’s trade deals.  (Where’s the proof—everywhere if you look at it.  Most don’t want to look at it) I’ve also mentioned in many other articles that the problem with tech companies, what Google collects on people, and how Facebook builds profiles is that people do not reveal their entire essence on social media platforms.  You may get consumer behavior or sexual behavior patterns, but learning the totality of human need has proven elusive to the tech companies.  The geeks who work in those places often don’t know what questions they need to pose under online tracking to understand a human intellect.  So even with all their tampering, they still ended up with a society that elected Donald Trump twice.  The first time the FBI tried to erase the results for them as they had promised government they would do.  The second time they participated in massive voter fraud with the help of Chinese tampering in four specific counties in crucial swing states, and they were caught.  But not before they made a real mess of things and declared victory even as they were recorded cheating.  The court cases for this will take years to sort out, but they have trouble on the horizon for their election tampering that most people haven’t been able to wrap their minds around yet. 

But the Big Tech skinny jean geeks didn’t care.  They were global corporations operating in many ways more significantly than the United States government that people had elected for a republic.  And they made their move that corporations had been toying with for well over a hundred years, steering their companies away from American sovereignty and toward a global government which they would influence from the inside out.  Cornelius Vanderbilt, in his day, for example, or even J.D. Rockefeller, were patriotic toward America, and when they could have, they avoided going total globalist.  But that was a day when trains ruled, and Europe was far behind.  A hundred years later, with a much smaller world brought together by Big Tech, it isn’t surprising that companies like Google and Facebook would abandon the American concept altogether in favor of something they created.  Even though Google told us ten years ago that they were libertarians and would never abuse their power, they have grossly abused their power and now have lots of trouble.  Many think that Google doesn’t care and that Facebook is too big to fail.  But as I say many times, the way to beat these guys is through their branding.  They care about their brand, and after the 2020 election, their brands have taken a massive hit.  The corrosive effects have not yet been measured, but they will show up in 2021 going into 2022, and it will be painful for them.  Many young people do not care about Facebook; it’s an older model and quickly has become the social media platform for older people.  And when you add election fraud to the mix, and that many young people from 18-25 are starting to turn to Trump despite the Marxism taught in public schools, the Big Tech companies have some serious problems with their brand. 

Yes, young people are looking toward the Republican party anyway, no matter what kind of influence Facebook and Google thought they had with censorship.  Their censorship worked in China, but the people there have been conquered for many thousands of years.  China has never recovered fully from the rule over the Mongols. They’ve had some ruling dynasties, such as the Han. Still, as a people, they have never evolved into the kind of independent people that Americans are, which I talk about extensively in my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  If only the skinny jeans execs in Silicon Vally had asked me, I could have saved them a lot of headaches.  But they took their shot, they put their chips on the wrong horse, and now they’ve been exposed.

The court case with Trump itself will be a tough one for the Supreme Court as measured today.  But by the time they hear the case, the world will be a much different place. Other factors will come into play, such as public sentiment, for the same reasons that the Supreme Court did not want to hear about election fraud after the 2020 election because they didn’t want the radicals in the Democrat party to burn down their homes.  They will be influenced by an angry public newly aware of Google and Facebook’s role in stealing the election from a person those same people voted for.  Right now, it’s too inconvenient to know.  Too many media executives are currently engaged in the cover-up.  But during this case, as it brews in the legal world, those execs will retire, move to the Bahamas to take their money and run, and the replacements will do what they do in every corporate culture, they’ll be thrown under the bus, and the cover-ups will be ended.  In the end, that’s how it will go down, and we’ll all be better off as a result.  And, we’ll get another four years of Trump anyway.  In this way, Trump will be able to be president effectively for 12 total years thanks to the follies of Big Tech and their powergrab at the expense of American sovereignty. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Murder of Wild Bill: Ghosts are still in Deadwood that prove the intent of election fraud

The Murder of Wild BIll

It was perplexing to my family that I wanted so diligently to go to Deadwood, South Dakota, for really one reason, and one reason only.  I wanted to go to the spot of the Number 10 Saloon, the original one, and see where Wild Bill Hickok was gunned down by Jack McCall over what many thought was a sour poker game.  But many also thought that the business community of Deadwood paid McCall to kill off Wild Bill before he could bring his excellent reputation as a sheriff to the town to render justice.  Many in Deadwood wanted to keep it an outlaw town of villainy and sorrow because that’s where the profit was for them.  That was the rationale for why they couldn’t get a prosecution of McCall in the first trial because the town of Deadwood wanted to kill off Wild Bill before an official sheriff came to be.  Eventually, law and order would come to Deadwood in the form of Seth Bullock. Still, the criminal intent of the town was made clear early, and it’s a theme that is repeated many times over in the future years of America, leading right up to the election the first time of Donald J. Trump as president.  I like westerns because these kinds of things are easier to see without the complicated tapestries of modern society, so when looking for proof of malice in human hearts, I was eager to get to Deadwood to see the spot for myself. 

The Original Number 10 Saloon in Deadwood

My daughter and I clambered down in the basement of the modern saloon called The Wild Bill Bar.  The bathrooms are down there, so it was easy for us to see the original street level of Deadwood that was about 6 feet lower than the current street of the modern town.  That was where the actual Number 10 Saloon had resided, and we could get a sense down there of how it was back then, where Wild Bill had been sitting and what views Jack McCall had as he approached the back of the famous gunfighter and shot him point-blank in the head.  For me, from there, I wanted to go outside and look up and down the street to see where spectators would have been relative to the murder and listen for the gunshots and the mayhem that followed.  Deadwood back then, as it is today, is far away from the civilized world. It’s a long way from Washington D.C. or New York, so the arm of the law was feeble.  It reveals even today the true nature of most human beings if left to their own devices, which I find very valuable.  You may not like what you see, but it’s honest.  And being that this kind of topic is something I spend a lot of time thinking about, I considered it essential to see this last living place of Wild Bill, one of the greatest gunfighters that ever lived. 

On The Hunt in Deadwood

I took two big trips this year all over the west to see locations I had been writing about in my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business.  The first trip was to finish the book in Roswell, New Mexico, where John Chism had lived.  The second trip was a bigger one to celebrate the completion of all the gally proofs before heading to pre-production.  Seeing direct evidence of the murder of Wild Bill was important to me because it showed a repeat in history for the election fraud that had just taken place against President Trump.  It led to what extent and why people kill or destroy other people.  We saw it happening right in front of our faces on the nightly news.  But on the wild frontier of Deadwood, South Dakota, it had occurred in the Number 10 Saloon.  It was a crime scene preserved not just there but in the town itself.  It wasn’t Jack McCall who killed Wild Bill.  Sure, he pulled the trigger.  But it was the town itself that killed him, and that town was still pleading “not guilty.” Even as its streets flooded with the blood of guilt that still stained everything, including the parking garage in the town center, it was the dumbest parking garage in the history of parking garages.  It was too small, too expensive, and their validation system seems to be designed by a 5-year-old.

The Original Street Level in Deadwood under the Number 10 Saloon

Even saying all that, I loved Deadwood.  I loved it for all its wildness, even though my taste is more for towns like Jackson, Wyoming, as destination places to visit. I’m glad places like that still exist because there is a lot to learn from it.  Today it’s a biker town, wild and wooly and proud of it.  We ended up eating as a family at Mustang Sally’s, and to my back were various gambling machines that were everywhere in Deadwood.  There were more gambling devices there than anyplace I’ve seen except for Vegas.  But per square inch of floor space, Deadwood has everyone beat. It’s a gambling town.  That tends to produce many down and out people in life, but as I say in my Gunfighter’s Guidebook, gambling gives people hope that they might elevate their station in life with sudden wealth.  It may be a kind of flytrap that ends up making them poorer, but the hope of it is what matters.  Just like the boomtown Deadwood used to be for gold mining, the idea of quick, new money to elevate people’s station in life beyond the aristocratic norms was the driver of the entire future economy.  And that’s not a bad thing.  As I drove across South Dakota and Iowa for many thousands of miles, I had been thinking about election fraud and the Covid scam by globalist-minded insurgents who were using fear and crises to control all of humankind toward lawlessness.  It reminded me of the kind of people who paid Jack McCall to kill the great gunfighter Wild Bill, the motives and the political climate that would follow in its wake.  Eventually, justice was served, and that will be the case in the United States as well.  What I wanted to see was the spot where Wild Bill was shot and compare it to what Deadwood eventually became in a modern sense.  It wasn’t a sad song for me to see the actual places, but it was revealing.  I felt my visit to Deadwood was a visit to a ghost of many maniacal creatures, and they are still hovering over the events there.  There is a kind of cold killer in the air at Deadwood that people are desperate to gamble their way away from.  But with every pull of a slot machine, they only make those ghosts that much more menacing by the hour.  Deadwood has always struggled to climb out from under its lawlessness established during its founding.  It’s good to see that even where the law is abandoned or even hated, that there is still a kind of sense of justice everywhere.  Whether it is the young lady sitting half outside of her shop covered in body piercings and tattoos smoking a cigarette looking for a new male roommate that might whisk her away on the back of a motorcycle for fifteen minutes of fame, or the overweight guy in Mustang Salley’s who just spent his entire paycheck for a chance to strike it rich, buy a Class A rig and spend the rest of his life roaming the earth off the winnings, what the town of Deadwood has always wanted, just as all Americans want, is a chance to get somewhere in life without the rules of an aristocratic society guiding them.  They want freedom, and if murder is the means to get there, they’ll undoubtedly do it

My Granddaughter looking for me and her Mom in the site where Wild Bill was Murdered

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What I Learned from Cookie, The Rodeo Clown: Liberals don’t have a chance

I have to thank Cookie, the rodeo clown, for a great night at the rodeo in Cody, Wyoming.  One of my sons-in-law suggested we go to the rodeo as a family while doing some extensive travel out west.  On our way to where we were staying for the night, he pointed out the big arena dedicated to nightly rodeos during the summer months, complete with mountains and vast desert in the background. I’ve been to rodeos in the past, the kind that comes to towns like Butler County, Ohio in a fairground setting, or some of the big ones that come to the arena in downtown Cincinnati. Still, I can say that I had never had the opportunity to see one in the west, where they usually do them in town.  There, they are the centerpieces of social activity, and this open-air arena in Cody was meant to hold thousands of people, of which it was filled when we arrived.  The sun was setting, the air was chilling, and it was just about a perfect day.  The crowd was filled with real Americans, and we were about as far away from Washington D.C. politics as we could get, and it was refreshing.  Many F-Biden flags were blowing from the tailgates in the parking lot, which was an otherwise reminder of what was happening in the world outside of Cody.  Nowhere did we see a corrosive liberal, which made the hotdogs and concession Cokes taste so much better. 

The Rodeo in Cody, Wyoming

When you hear stories like the one from this week of New York prosecutors harassing Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg over accusations of tax dealings, we all know it’s purely political; how the political left weaponizes law enforcement to impose social will on all participants in society.  That was one reason I was on a trip out west with my family, which consisted of over 5000 miles by the time we were back home.  I wanted to see lots of open places where there were few people so that I could get right in my mind the fight that we had before us.  I don’t live in a big city like New York.  Cincinnati has all the good things of a big city and all the good things of a rural community, so I’m pleased with it as a place to be.  But it is on the front line of the greater global battle that is going on between global progressives and traditional conservatives.  And when I need a vacation, I more need to be away from the people causing all the trouble than really embarking on a regional endeavor.  I knew where we were going, but I was a little surprised by the height of the mountains crossing Wyoming going to Cody, next to Yellowstone, followed by a vast desert between the mountains and our destination for the night. 

Arriving in Cody, Wyoming, founded by Buffalo Bill, a person who has had a significant impact on my life over the years, it was like a mirage that just arose out of the harsh countryside.  I know of Buffalo Bill because of my exposure to the western arts over the years, specifically the Annie Oakley Festival in Darke County, Ohio, every year.  Annie Oakley worked in Buffalo Bill’s show, and that was what that celebration honored, was a tribute which I often participated in those Buffalo Bill Wild West Shows.  So, for me going to a town founded based on Buffalo Bill was quite a pleasant pilgrimage.  Just visiting a place like that was enough for me.  When we decided actually to participate in the culture of that town and go to a rodeo at the capital of rodeos in the world, well, that made a special night spectacular for me.  While driving through the desert to get there, I was thinking about the problems back home, in the political world.  I was wondering how anybody ever thought they were going to get away with election fraud, and how they were going to try to divert everyone’s attention from the crimes of the century with Covid, and mass voter fraud, the phony prosecution of the Trump Organization, Rudy Giuliani himself, Sydney Powell and many others.  Justice had to be enacted toward the vile despots who had to take over our government, and I was thinking about how to do that as we arrived.  For me, Cody, Wyoming, was like a nice drink of cold water when I needed it most. 

Enjoying the atmosphere

A rodeo is often made or broken based on the rodeo clowns who work the night entertaining the audience while corralling the animals after the sets are completed safely behind the scenes.  They have rodeos like this every night all over the west; I saw advertisements for them in Deadwood, Cheyenne, even down in Vernal, Utah.  Conservatives were entirely in their element; there was likely no Democrat who voted for Joe Biden anywhere close.  Probably the government workers at the National Parks and down in Jackson, Wyoming, but all other places were strong Republicans who were still very supportive of President Trump.  Cookie, the rodeo clown, knew that as he told jokes during the show.  I have included an example here for review.  Most of the audience members were not from back east; this was an everyday ritual for them.  But for me, it was much needed after a rough year of politics.  Where I live, the Biden presidency is like a cloud over everything in life, primarily because I am politically active.  Not everyone pays as close attention to these kinds of things as I do.  But for the people of Cody, Wyoming, all they knew of Joe Biden was indicated on those flags flying from those truck beds.  They had no tolerance for liberals, and I had an answer to a question I never really thought of asking until I went to that rodeo.  There would never be a political insurgency in America.  There was no threat of these coastal liberals taking over the country.  I had at that point seen enough of the country to know that these were not a conquered people.  The only reason there wasn’t an all-out war between conservatives and liberals was that the distances of land kept them far enough apart to prevent the conflict.  But there was no risk of liberals taking away nights at the rodeo like I was watching.  Most of what we saw of that fight was just a Truman Show-like setting that existed entirely in media.  It had no grip on reality.

Cookie, the Rodeo Clown, wasn’t trying to change the world; he and his partners were doing their good and honest thing.  They were undoubtedly Christian soldiers who were deeply committed to a conservative lifestyle reflected in their jokes of the evening.  After the show, I talked to the rodeo clowns. I noticed that they had crosses on their facepaint indicating a religious foundation for the performance of each of them, including Cookie.  I appreciated that because it let me know that these were not people who would be pushed around, the way progressives on both coasts thought they could get away with doing.  Where the rubber hit the road out in places like Cody, Wyoming, there was no yielding to evil.  They were more than ready to go to war with it, and on that night, I saw just how hard of a line of defense we had in America.  America was far from broken.  Liberals had no idea what kind of fight they had picked and how far toward a loss completely they were already on.

Rich Hoffman

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Why We Need More Sea Shepherds in the World: Forget about the plastic straws

Watching the excellent documentary on Netflix reminded me of something I themed my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business around.  The documentary was called Seaspiracy, and it’s all about overfishing in the oceans and some of the politics around removing plastic straws from the discussion.  Because that’s not what is killing all the fish needlessly, it’s a film with a liberal slant to it, but it also points out a problem behind just about everything in our modern age.  In this case, big corporations have been caught using government corruption to hide their massive crimes and pushing the straw issue to save a few sea turtles from diverting attention away from the real problems.  The real issues are disregarded nets and overfishing, leading to massive waste because there is no regulation whatsoever in the middle of international waters.  To my point, like the great gunfighters of the Old West, these days, we have the Sea Shepherds who roam the seas challenging lawbreakers.  I would argue that we need a lot more good people in the world doing such things, which is the solution to the overfishing on the world’s oceans.  Let good people fight it out with bad people to save the earth.  Forget about more dumb rules by a government often in on the scams that we see all too often.

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From the Desk of Donald J. Trump: RINO Paul Ryan and others

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9:23am May 28, 2021

RINO Paul Ryan, who became a lame duck Speaker of the House, lost all vote-getting capability with the people he represented in Wisconsin, and was the single biggest factor, other than Romney himself, for the monumental Romney/Ryan loss in the Presidential race of 2012 (I got more votes by far, 75M, than any sitting president in history!), and he is now speaking to other Republicans telling them how to win elections. Interestingly, I was in the Great State of Wisconsin when they booed him off the podium—I literally had to come to his rescue.


Ryan should instead be telling them how to stop the cheating of elections and that we would have won if Republican leadership fought the way the Democrats did.


It was the day that Ryan went on the board of Fox (Fox will never be the same!) that Fox totally lost its way and became a much different place, with millions of its greatest supporters fleeing for good. Paul Ryan has been a curse to the Republican Party. He has no clue as to what needs to be done for our Country, was a weak and ineffective leader, and spends all of his time fighting Republicans as opposed to Democrats who are destroying our Country.


As a Republican, having Paul Ryan on your side almost guarantees a loss, for both you, the Party, and America itself!

From the Desk of Donald J. Trump: Enjoy!

Donald J. Trump

4:52pm May 18, 2021

Good news for Georgia and the Republican Party. Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan won’t be running again for office. He was the one who, along with Governor Brian Kemp, stopped the Georgia State Senate from doing the job they wanted to do on the 2020 Presidential Election Fraud. Duncan’s fight against Election Fraud made him unelectable. His former top aide, Chip Lake, said that the Lieutenant Governor would not win another term in office. Lake said, “I think he was an accident, and this is what happens when accidents happen in politics. They become one and done.” Now maybe the Georgia State Senate and House will build up the courage to expose the large-scale Presidential Election Fraud, which took place in their otherwise wonderful State. Let them just look at the State Senate in Arizona to find out what Leadership and Patriotism is all about!ShareShare on FacebookShare on Twitter

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2:45pm May 18, 2021

“Joe Biden, having already presided on the worst economic recovery since World War II as Barack Obama’s vice president, could oversee one even worse. … Biden came into office with every economic feature in his favor. Thanks to Operation Warp Speed, his White House inherited the most remarkable vaccine production process in history. Because the coronavirus recession was created by preventive lockdowns and demand shocks, not underlying failures of the economy, the country seemed keen to roar back to our pre-pandemic prosperity of unusually tight labor markets and steady natural wage growth of early 2020. Love Donald Trump or hate him, there is no denying that he oversaw the obliteration of our former conception of what constituted full employment.” Read the full Washington Examiner Editorial here: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/joe-bidens-imperiled-economy

The Economic Stupidity of Biden and Democrats: A fourth stimulus check?

Joe Biden and Democrats are Economically Stupid

Without dipping into the waters of conspiracy, I have listened carefully to the liberals connected to Joe Biden after his speech to the two houses of congress and understand why Democrats have no idea how economics works.  Joe Biden was asked that very question during an interview: he thought it was a good time to do all these taxable progressive items when it might harm the economy or something to that effect.  His answer was, “why do you think the economy is coming back? Because we are investing.” I think when he said that, he believed it.  He and other Democrats believe that “taxes” are the same things as “investing.” Therefore, taxes are investments in our children, infrastructure, job creation, and the only way to prosper.  In another interview, Biden stated that only government could invest in highway building, railroads, and airports.  He disputed the premise that private industry would be able to do those things, so in that way, he justified the role government played in building the nation. 

As I said in the video above, all these ideas on economic theory came from the school of Karl Marx.  And Marx died dirt poor and broke in London where his family suffered a great deal while he hid in the British Museum studying past economy theory to derive what he and his buddy Engles came to invent in Marxism.  Liberals like Biden have been in government their entire lives and have never earned money they received but were just given it, spending their whole lives not learning the basic economic facts of reality.  Joe Biden has been given money by the government his entire adult life.  He has also been given many millions of dollars by foreign investment to conduct influence peddling, and like most Marxists, they think that is part of a healthy, manipulative government.  The more influence you can peddle, the more money that people give you.  So if you control the levers of power, you can get cash for your influence to peddle.  That is how it is in all communist and socialist countries and why Democrats will do anything to gain more government power.  They have come to understand the economic value through the power that can be peddled. But since they aren’t very smart about what creates money, they incorrectly associate its creation of value through government, not the effort of work and labor that comes from an idea generated by freedom.

Liberals are and will always be chained to Plato’s cave theory.  Democrats only see the shadows on the cave wall to refer to the famous metaphor.  They are broken in their first assumptions about how economies work, and they can lie to you with a straight face because they know of nothing else.  This is yet another reason why they must cheat in elections because they aren’t just trying to gain more power to peddle in influence trading. Still, they are hiding from themselves these fundamental facts of economic thought.  Joe Biden is working towards a universal wage given by the government to the people under it for their sustenance.  Work and effort are entirely foreign ideas to Democrats.  They think that all they must do to maintain an economy is to print more money, and like magic, the value will hold, which of course to any sane mind is preposterous.  Yet that is what Democrats like Joe Biden honestly believe, chased down with a swag of insanity.    

When you hear some of the costly proposals that the Biden administration has put forth, the billions here, the billions there, the billions everywhere that soon add up to trillions in additional debt, why don’t we forget about these measly $1400 checks?  Why not make them a billion for each man, woman, and child in America.  When governments can write checks of any number for anything they want, why not go that far or further.  Concerning other things they are doing and wanting to spend money on, giving everyone a billion-dollar stimulus isn’t crazy.  It would be cheaper than many of their proposals.  So why limit a stimulus check to only $1400—for control.  To give the dog the illusion of freedom when the invisible fence only lets you travel a few feet from the house?  That we are supposed to believe that economic stimulation means the kind of junk you can buy with such a small check, a few bags of Skittles, and maybe a big-screen television.  But then again, who wants to waste money buying a tv when you can steal one at the subsequent Democrat-led community riot over race relations?  We learned that too this week, what Democrats think of race relations when they pummeled Tim Scott, a black Republican, for speaking after Biden’s speech about the state of the union.  They called him Uncle Tim to lynch him for being Republican just like Democrats did when they owned slaves leading up to the Civil War.  It wasn’t North and South that fought in that war to free the slaves; it was Republicans against Democrats. 

All this shows how dangerous ideas can be to stupid people who don’t have enough personal constitution to resist grabbing power over others to fulfill the fantasy of their sheer stupidity.  For the reasons I stated in the video, Joe Biden and other Democrats like Karl Marx start in the world as failures based on their thoughts.  Marx was a lazy guy who was looking for a way to bend the world to his sentiments.  Marx didn’t want to work as hard as Cornelius Vanderbilt and others did at that same time to acquire wealth and power. Marx wanted to sit in the British Museum contemplating history and theory. I’ve been to the spots where Marx studied so that I could understand something of his insanity on the subject.  I walked the streets around the area there, trying to understand how a person like Marx could have arrived at the ridiculous notions about the economic value created by the idea of communism, which has then poisoned the world terribly.  Lazy people love communism, and let’s face it, many people in the world are good for nothing and lazy to their core.  They have in Marx a means of gaining power in government and using that power to trade influence.  But like Joe Biden, who never learned the lessons of proper economic conduct and value, Democrats continue to embarrass themselves to the eyes of people who do know better. 

It is an honest assessment and not just hyperbole to suggest that Democrats are just lazy and stupid, especially when making and maintaining money.  For Biden to present with a straight face that taxation is an investment and that the more you do, the more you are investing for a better society is insanity on the level of Captain Nemo.  And we are expected to follow this insanity toward our destruction.   Never mind that Joe Biden and his investors who have propped him up are like every James Bond villain in the history of movies.  Of course, the villains never see themselves as such; they always think they are saving the world by killing everyone in it.  Or it is controlling them for their own good only the villains can see through insanity.  That is the real danger of Marxism.  It allows for such fantasies to exist in the minds of the stupid and lazy because it prevents any performance from seeing the light of day, and the rules of economic theory to permeate where it would otherwise not survive without a massive government to hide its faults from itself.  And suppose anybody thought Joe Biden was stupid before this point of referred time. In that case, they know they have confirmation of it by his mouth, and the notion of a fourth stimulus check to keep the monsters of opinion residing under the water for just a while longer.

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Protecting Drivers from Protestors: The trick of using free speech to destroy the Constitution

Protestors Should Not Be in the Road, Ever

It’s about time; Oklahoma is proposing legislation to protect drivers who run protestors carrying their anarchy into the roadways of that state.  Other states such as Indiana and Florida pursuing similar protections, which is a perfect thing and long overdue.  We have witnessed many riots over the last several years, especially the race-baiting Democrats who have been engaged.  With them, it’s been quite a show; they were the ones who were responsible for slavery and fighting to keep it in place.  Now to cover that crime, they seek to control people of color another way. They are obliged all too often with riots in the streets every time Democrats find they need a diversion from their many crimes and liabilities derived from legislative errors.  Many of these protests are just thinly disguised attempts to exert Marxism into American society. Hence, their target is always commerce, which is why these mobs have been seeking to shut down our nation’s highways.  On several occasions, panicked drivers being forced to sit in traffic as these mobs destroy their property in terrifying ways have tried to drive through the attackers harming and even killing them.  For the drivers, not only did they have their property destroyed and had to sit through a terrifying occasion, but then they end up prosecuted for using their car as a deadly weapon.  It is hardly fair, and justice has been desperately needed. 

Thankfully, states like Oklahoma are providing that justice.  While nobody wants anybody to get hurt, no protestor should ever expect their free speech to harm other people’s liberty, specifically their right to commerce.  The moment that any protestor affects the individual lives of other people, such as showing up at their homes and playing loud music or chanting through a bullhorn to keep the occupants inside awake, we are then dealing with a disturbance of the peace situation.  The violators have then surrendered their constitutional protections of free speech and should then be arrested and prosecuted.  That is the same with protestors who have disrupted the meals of their targets in public.  Those protests are then disturbance of the peace violations and need to be met with aggressive action.  The occupants of a restaurant are there to pay for a nice meal.  It is their right and privilege.  Robbing that experience from people to usher in some protest is not acceptable and not part of the ground rules of a free society.  The protestors may be free to speak their mind, even if it’s wrong.  But they do not have a right to rob other people of enjoyment.  Whatever legal jargon might allow for a gray spot in interpretation requires clarity quickly, which, thankfully, these states mentioned are beginning to do. 

Now protestors might argue that taking away their right to get people’s attention will weaken their ability to get their point across.  That is not the problem of a society of commerce.  That is the problem of the protestor.  If the protestor has a good point, people will follow them.  If people think of the protestors as an inconvenience, they will be ignored, and their points glazed over.  That is how battles in a free-market economy are conducted.  Nobody has a right to dominate the minds and thoughts of others.  However, that’s not what the protestors want.  If we read the many books that they have been circulating for years, books such as The Coming Insurrection, Mao’s Little Red Book, and Rules for Radicals, it’s clear they want Marxism disguised as fairness.  So, they don’t care at all about individual rights, and they openly seek to destroy unregulated commerce.  And to deal with protestors legally in this regard, we can’t allow ourselves to think that we are protecting free speech when in all reality, we are working against all the other rights of the Constitution. 

It is a basic premise in our society that if people are walking around on railroad tracks or a highway, their safety is not the responsibility of other people. Suppose they put themselves in danger by being within the means of commerce of any kind, boat, plane, car, train—anything, that their life is in their own hands.  That is true even if there is a mob of hundreds and hundreds of people.  It is not the truck driver’s duty to stop the work and delay shipment of their product from one place to another because many protestors decided to bring their gripes to the truck driver’s life and alter his reality. While traveling at a moderate rate of speed, the truck driver should be unable to slow down and move right on through the mob unimpeded.  If there are injuries or deaths, then that obligation rests on the people in the road, not the drivers, to have one more thing to worry about.  If animals cross into a road, which could be understood since they don’t know better, they are struck all the time.  It is understood generally that the right to commerce is more important than an accident from some creature, unfortunately, being in the road when a car comes along.  However, in the case of humans, they do know better.  Now they may be impaired by drugs, or they may be sick with political ideology.  Regardless, they are still ill of mind and prone to destruction if they end up in the road and are hit by a car or truck while protesting. 

For many years, these ideas have been generally understood.  However, in our now overly litigious society, we see challenges to this premise. Many drivers have been stopping and yielding to these protestors because they are more afraid of the legal system than the derelicts of destruction that often end up in these mobs.  That is why the many state legislators must do as Oklahoma are doing now, making the issue quite specific.  Commerce must be a protected right, people’s ability to be free of a protest should they want to be supported.  We cannot allow people who wish to bring harm to our constitutional republic to use our rules against us disguised as free speech, but with the intent of violating the whole foundation of our legal system while in the process, which is what has been happening.  The challenge has left people feeling defenseless and vulnerable, which should never be the case in a civil society.  Because the alternative is that if protesters act with lawlessness, which is their premise when they loot and vandalize during protests, we fight back with lawlessness.  I don’t think that’s where we all want to go.  It would be better if everyone agreed with the laws, and we could at least have that as a common means of exchange.  But putting up with the chaos and aggression against commerce is not an option.  Commerce is much more sacred than the feelings of a Marxist minority, or even a majority, should that ever occur.  And before open violence between drivers and protests happens, the ground rules need to be clear: what Oklahoma and many other states are now doing, and not a moment too soon.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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Its Good to be a Counter-Revolutionary: Every age has its own fight to conduct

I know it’s not convenient.  I understand that most people want to live their lives by the rules of their American citizenship and to be left alone.  But, every generation has its challenges, there are always enemies out there looking to act on their own accord, and when you live in the best country on the face of planet earth, there will be attacks that whoever must defend is in the care of the day.  In the future, it might be those generations.  In the past, it was others.  And now, we have a task, and we cannot ignore it.  We have among us in America, intense revolutionaries who want to undo all of us and force us to obey them.  They come from all over the place; some are very wealthy, some are dirt poor broke, but they all hate America and want to undo it.  Our first task is to admit that to ourselves.

All of us are not pro-American supporters.  Some of our neighbors and friends are these revolutionaries.  Go to your local school board meeting, and you will see lots of enemies. These people are revolutionaries who actively work through education to destroy our children’s minds and destroy America from within.  Go to a poor neighborhood hampered by Democrat policies, and you will see attacks against our legal system to bring down our American system of constitutional law.  Look at our corporations, even the Coke that we buy at McDonald’s.  You will see global interests seeking a stable communist political environment to spread their brand to every corner of the world, who want to destroy American sovereignty to unleash their growth toward those markets, working as enemies against us all.  They are all revolutionaries who wish to revolt against American sovereignty, and they are willing to commit treason to unleash it, which of course, provokes a response from us. 

In the video above, I proposed embracing the counter-revolutionary role that sounds radical and even militant to many ordinary people.  But it is our task in this time and place to do so.  We are under attack and have been for a long time.  American massive growth and GDP hid it, and many of those named forces remained in a somewhat docile state.  It all came undone openly for the first time in our lives when the assassination of JFK occurred.  In a brief history of what went wrong, dueling was common in our founding fathers’ day, in the start of America as an idea.  Dueling was needed to protect the value of the name and reputation of the individuals involved.  Slowly dueling emerged into gunfighting in the age of Western Expansion.  Not so honorable, usually provoked in a drunken rage, but the intent was the same, to protect the reputation of individuals.  As the age of progressivism seeped in, and central government began taking control more and more every decade after that, up until the period of WWII, the killing of other people migrated from a very personal experience with gunfighting to the actions of the mob, where assassinations occurred blindly, and from a safe distance.  This took the courage out of combat and unsettled people’s minds in a new way.  When the KGB worked with American intelligence to get rid of a common rival, and a threat to the various city mobs all over America, JFK was a rich target, and the killing of him unleashed an attack on America through the revolutionaries that followed in the 60s right up to the present.

This is important because these actions created radicals of all kinds to act violently from the protection of a mob.  Fights between factions used to be settled face to face, with the antagonists being forced to take responsibility for their actions in the light of day.   This new kind of killer came from a blob of ideology and has eroded our country ever since, which has been entirely by design.  The enemies of America knew what they were doing.  First, it was the various city mobs that started the fall, which ironically became the leaders of the Democratic Party (Saul Alinsky, Hillary Clinton). It migrated to the KGB of Russia.  Today, China has bought up massive amounts of influence in American media, sent honeypot spies into the beds of many politicians to compromise them and steer favorable legislation toward communist causes and manipulate currency to collapse the influence of the American dollar.  Most of these things happen over such an extended period and on such a vast scale with so many people involved that everyday people don’t see it or refuse to see it because acknowledging it would mean they’d have to take responsibility for the action.  Yet there it is, and it’s on our doorstep today as a result and demands that strong people face them down in opposition. 

That is where my suggestion of becoming a counter-revolutionary comes from.  It is a term you should embrace.  It’s not an act of terror to insist that we return our nation to a foundation of constitutional law instead of accepting the chaos of a change state toward communism, which is precisely what is happening.  Being a counter-revolutionary is an honorable thing when revolutionaries have indicated openly that they mean to ruin your lives at any cost and that they dare you to meet them on the battlefield for a fight.  They have issued the dare.  Unfortunately, we have been taught in our public schools that we are supposed to walk away from fights, not participate in them for the last century.  Our legal system has punished the second act in a conflict, not the first.  Prosecutors are going after those that respond to violence, not those who issue it.  So we are gun-shy and have been for way too long.  We have sat by and watched other people speak for us at school board meetings.  We have allowed good people to be punished just because they don’t fit into a woke culture intent on undoing our country.  We were, after all, too busy taking our kids to soccer practice.  We didn’t want the responsibility for action, so the revolutionaries of our culture felt entitled to attack and unleash their will upon us, expecting an easy go of destroying all of us. 

As human beings in this particular age, we must defend America from its attackers in the media, from insurgents in the streets, and those compromised within our elected offices.  Failure to meet that challenge will leave history to consider us the losers who let it all slip away to the parasites of sociology.  To the revolutionaries who hated us because they weren’t us or were too stupid to join us and take our lessons and improve their lives accordingly, revolutionary intentions cannot be accepted.  But make no mistake about it, they meant to end us all, and we should not back down from being a counter to their intentions.  There is nothing radical about that.  It is patriotic and honorable to stand against revolutionaries who intend ill will and malice robbing all future generations of the opportunity to be Americans.  It’s not enough to light fireworks on the Fourth of July and celebrate what others have done to make American Great.  It’s time for us to do it all over again in a way specific to our times. 

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