Vote for Isaac Adi: Fighting the poison of CRT that is now unleashed in Lakota schools

Vote For Isaac Adi

Did I tell you, dear reader, how much I love Isaac Adi!  Oh, I didn’t, well let me tell you how much.  Isaac and I have known each other for a while now through other people; he’s running for school board in the Lakota district I talk about so much, which has been under attack like most public schools for their implementation of Critical Race Theory.  Isaac is a man of color, not that it matters to me, but for visual considerations, people would assume that he might support CRT because of the color of his skin.  But, that’s not how Isaac conducts himself. He’s a smart man from Nigeria who fled that country to come to what he considers the greatest country in the world.  He came to America for many of the same reasons that many immigrants do, for the opportunity.  Opportunities that the rest of the world doesn’t offer.  And now he’s a citizen who has been in the United States for a few decades now, and he considers that citizenship to be a great treasure.  He has read the Constitution many times back and forth and understands his rights as a human being.  I met him recently at an event where we could catch up to each other, and we had an excellent time together.  He was speaking at the event included in this article about the dangers of CRT, which is one of his driving reasons for running for that elected office, which I am ecstatic that he is.

Isaac has raised his family in the United States, as his children were born in Nigeria.  And as he said in his speech, two of them have grown up and obtained Master’s Degrees taking advantage of the opportunities that can only be found in America.  And now he wants to protect those opportunities for a new generation.  But he smartly has seen what is going on in all public schools, all across the country.  Something he would call a poison to the minds of our children.  Over the last year, Lakota schools have made a hard left turn toward outright Marxism using Critical Race Theory as the mask to sell it to the public through “equity” and “diversity.” That is what led to Isaac speaking at that event with others concerned about the same issues.  Another school board candidate, Vanessa Wells, also spoke at the event for many of the same reasons, which we’ll get into with their own topics because they deserve that kind of specificity.  But Isaac’s story was a touching one, as articulated in the video above.  He has a strong accent, and it’s a little hard to hear at times, but it was so refreshing to meet and listen to such a fresh voice from our community who is all in on bringing justice and purity to the school board process, which is often such a sad story.  Most people who offer themselves up as school board members, such as the 4 out of 5 that Lakota currently has, are just monstrosities of stupidity and liberal community activism.  However, which is the point of talking about this Lakota issue, if you want to drive Marxist influences out of your community, you have to start with the school board.  As Isaac says, if the youth are corrupted and destroyed by such an ideology, there will be no tomorrow.  All the work we put into our children will be for nothing because liberalism will gain control of their minds and ruin them forever, which is precisely what is going on at Lakota schools with Critical Race Theory.

What is Critical Race Theory

In many ways, Isaac is the perfect candidate; he’s everything the left politically desires, he’s a man of color, he’s an immigrant, he’s a lot of things they claim they want in the world.  But………………… .he’s a conservative. He’s very religious.  And he’s astute.  He says in his video, which I agree with emphatically, and say all the time myself, if you fail in America, it’s for one primary reason: you are lazy.  For those who don’t achieve success, it’s because they aren’t willing to do the work, which is one reason Isaac Adi wants to be on the school board of Lakota.  He wants to see that other students get a good chance at life and that they don’t fall into the false narrative of Marxism that is very much poised to destroy an entire generation of young people currently going through the public education system.  Isaac wants to be part of the solution, not to add to the problem.   As much as it shouldn’t matter, an older white guy running for the same spot would distract from the situation. Still, with Isaac, nobody could look at him and not say he’s the creation of the American dream, a man of diversity, a man of opportunity, a man of intelligence, and a man of God. He’s precisely the kind of man I want to see sitting down with a budget of over 200 million dollars and managing it on behalf of the community.  Meanwhile, an outrageous teacher’s union full of radical Marxist ideology seeks to steal it all and turn it into political radicalism at the expense of our children.  Isaac is a very nice guy, but he’s not stupid, and I am very excited at the prospect of voting for him this coming fall.

But more than all that, Isaac Adi gets what the problem is.  Through way left political ideology that this current school board, except for Lynda O’Conner, has fully embraced, they are poisoning our children.  Isaac could turn his back on all that; his kids are grown.  He could do as most people do and tune out Lakota because it’s too much a pain in the ass to listen to those idiots cackle like hens in those school board meetings.  It takes a particular person to want to deal with the bureaucracy that is hung on everything in public education and do the management required to fight off Marxism and produce truly educated people for the future of our country.  What this current school board is doing in many ways is evil because they are endorsing the radical leftist ideology with their complacency.  We all are who turn away and allow this poison of Critical Race Theory to corrupt our children and for the school board members to clap it along as if they were building a bonfire with the American flag and all the potential of the future.  Great people like Isaac Adi are what you hope rises out of those ashes to put the fire out and fight off all those who want to start it again.  He is a solution that many didn’t even know they needed, but once they learn how bad it is, they will be happy to learn that Adi is there and that his love for his community runs deep and is pure.  He loves that he came to the Lakota school district as an immigrant and that his family had great opportunities that he couldn’t have obtained anywhere else in the world.  But now it’s his time to defend our community from an encroaching evil that is very real and is on our doorstep.  And history will judge how we all deal with that evil.  The least that you can do, dear reader, is to vote for someone willing to stand up to it.  The best thing to do would be to join the fight against that evil.  But at the very least, you can vote for Isaac Adi and the terror of poison that he is willing to fight on your behalf. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Ghost of Trump Terrifies Biden’s Administration: It looks scary to the rest of us, but its not us who are haunted by a corrupt past

Trump is Ghosting Biden

I know it’s scary out there; everywhere you look, something looks to becoming unhinged.  The Olympics are a joke, the political class is using Covid cover to hide their vast crimes, and no longer do people trust public education with all the CRT nonsense that is going on.  We can’t trust our sports and entertainment anymore.  We can hardly even talk to our neighbors over neutral topics.  Most of us don’t even know what is happening in our careers from week to week, whether we’ll be shut down by the government and stuffed on the unemployment line, or what kind of appeasement we’ll have to come up with to keep the local health departments from harassing us with newfound powers from the White House controlled CDC.  It’s pretty rough, and people are sincerely scared.  I would compare these days to times in the past, like the Civil War or the Revolution where battles happened, people heard about them, but day to day, things looked normal until the effects of some nearby battle were ushered into their lives.  Such as a railroad line being blown up by the enemy, and suddenly some small town in the middle of Kansas couldn’t get food.  That is something like what we are all experiencing now, except it’s on a global scale, and we see it in things like the Olympics where France beat the men’s basketball team, and Wokeness has grounded the Women’s gymnastic team.  Now you know why these other countries have been promoting these poisons of thought into the United States.  The effect is first apparent in the Olympics.  But less directly, they hope for the same results in politics and business.  Wokeness was meant to cripple us, and it has been the new weapon of our day, and we all feel the effects.

But I say as I always do, never fear; reality is near.  Nearer than the enemies of Americana would like to admit.  It was best demonstrated in the most obvious yet least talked about side-by-side comparison of 2021, the speech that Joe Biden made at the end of July in Cincinnati, and the speech by President Trump in Arizona at the Turning Point USA event there.  When I wrote my book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, this was a perfect example of what I talk about as being one of the most potent management methods ever created, “ghosting.” Trump was ghosting Biden, which has forced the White House to pull in the tent flaps, turn to Covid to cover their many crimes exposed and hide from Trump’s impact on international politics.  The Biden people and Democrats do not have an answer to what happened between those two speeches, given just a few days apart.  For Biden, he came to Cincinnati for a CNN town hall which the venue struggled to fill enough rows of the auditorium there in Delhi to look decent for television.  The back half of the arena was empty, and it sounded that way on T.V.  The story was that Biden struggled through the event bumbling around with his sentences and sounding like a very old and weak man. 

Trump, on the other hand, at the Turning Point event put on by Charlie Kirk, filled a 10,000-person arena to the rafters, and there were about as many people outside who couldn’t get a ticket.  Trump spoke for well over an hour, sounding tough, robust, and insightful.   He threw red meat to the crowd on election fraud and other conspiracies, all that looks to be coming actually true day by day, leaving NBC apocalyptic by Monday morning.  Trump was supposed to be gone by now, not giving speeches and showing up the President in the White House.  Removing Trump from the White House by all the elements at play, both foreign and domestic, had one major weakness which nobody had factored in.  Such a coup would have worked in other places globally, but nobody had figured it out before they tried it in America.  Leadership does not follow the rules, people either have it, or they don’t, and with Trump ghosting Biden, it was exposing the main problem of the Biden administration.  The Democrats had a guy who was a compromised “yes person,” a supreme bootlicker, and he couldn’t compete with Trump on the world stage, and the bodies in seats show that.  They rejected Biden’s free event on CNN but went to Trump’s event instead.  No matter how much voting fraud occurred to put a win on paper, people knew better, and their bodies in seats were more than a sampling of public sentiment.  It was pretty clear by Monday morning when NBC as a network had their faces melting by the reality that everyone had seen, which their reporting on the matter reflected.

Of course, not much was said about the two speeches.  The conservative media got pulled into the whirlpool of Joe Biden’s stumbling speech.  While the left-leaning press was outraged by Trump’s claims of election fraud and were sincerely concerned that people thought Trump would be re-inserted into the White House any day now.  But that wasn’t why Trump was doing the speech, and actually, that wasn’t the objective of the election fraud investigations that are going on actively outside of Trump’s direct influence.  I believe I said it on day one of opening this Rumble video account that hosts all these videos I now put on these blog postings that Trump could be more potent in Florida than in the cesspool of Washington D.C.  Providing authentic leadership in the form of “ghosting” the propped up President in Biden was the way to defeat all these bad guys who have been up to no good.  And it’s working magnificently.  Shortly after the two speeches were digested, that is when the CDC had to find a cover story for the Beltway politics that was being exposed.  So, they re-imposed the mask mandates for indoor venues.  The Biden White House does not have public support, it’s evident in these public speeches, and they can’t keep getting exposed by Trump, who can show up anywhere at any time and fill up a venue with excited voters. 

We know by now the science of Covid.  The problem with the CDC is they are a political organization, not a group of people following science.  If they wanted to solve Covid, hydroxychloroquine and ultraviolent light management would be part of the conversation.  But what we have in the United States funding by the Fauci-led NIH into the Wuhan lab was flagged by the French as a risk to the world, who has been caught taking a virus not dangerous to humans and modifying it as a Chinese bioweapon.  And they were caught.   And the same group of big government people has been detected in the various election frauds that occurred in the 2020 election.  And people are getting it, and you can see it in crowd participation.   When the rubber hits the road, people did not want Biden, and even when they are given a free ticket and have a chance to be on national television, nobody showed up.  But even for a president that nobody supposedly likes, that was voted out of office; there isn’t a venue in the country that can hold all the interest people have in seeing Trump give the same speech over and over again, to the same Lee Greenwood song, and dancing at the end to YMCA.  For the people in government who have committed all these crimes, this is genuinely terrifying.  They are trying to hide that terror with the Covid emergencies, but the significant risk is whether or not people will take the bait.  And I don’t think they will.  In reality, things are not as scary as they have been made to appear.  But to see things in such a way, you have to see the ghosts and how they terrify the world of the living where the crimes are most exposed. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Experts in Plato’s Cave: Fear of learning the truth

Plato’s Cave Wall

When things start getting disjointed and the pressure starts blurring reality, I always turn to books for clarity—the process of reading books levels out the mind in very productive ways.  I don’t care if it’s a comic book; reading anything helps solve many thought problems.  And that is certainly the case in the news these days, where various Covid variants are scaring people into looking at everything but the fundamental issues of politics.  I told everyone what was coming when we started learning about Dr. Fauci and his connection to China, how China has long ago declared war on America. Still, we have not matched that aggression, and then there are election fraud problems from the 2020 elections.  There are some big topics out there that could topple our government in a very negative way.  There is some bad stuff going on that is now well out of control, so the perspective is needed. That’s when I turn to books to solve problems, and it always works.  Doing extensive reading brought my mind back to an old topic, the Cave Analogy from Plato’s Republic, a favorite.   In the video above, I explain it and how it applies to the politics of our times.  The problem we all have is that we know what is making the shadows on the cave wall. Still, we have an expert class that insists on staying in control of what we see and hear, even though their information is entirely irrelevant for 2021 sensibilities.

If you haven’t heard it before, this problem of experts attempting to shape reality based on their limited perspective is not a new problem.  It goes back several thousand years to around 375 BC to the times of the Greeks when they were trying to figure out how to operate a Republic as a form of government.  The assumption is that we are all chained to a pole looking at a cave wall and behind us in a cave is a fire burning.  Behind us are people walking around, for which we have never seen.  All we know of them is the shadows they cast on the cave wall.  Other people chained with us to a pole facing in the same direction have learned to predict the movements of the shadows on the cave wall depending on what time of day it was.  Again, not knowing that the shadows are caused by people moving about out of our sight.  Well, one person eventually manages to get loose and turn around and see for themselves the source of the shadows.  Breaking free, they attempt to tell the others tied to the poles what can be seen, but the experts don’t want people to pay attention.  So, the freed person goes by themselves into the world beyond the fire into the people moving about, talking with them, and learning who they are.  Eventually, the person finds themselves moving out of the cave altogether, and outside they see the sun and the more significant evidence of civilization.    

This evidence of reality provokes excitement, so the freed person returns to their colleagues tied to the pole and tells them what was seen outside the cave.  This causes anger from the experts because the threat to them is genuine.  Their entire value in existence has been to predict when the shadows will appear on the cave wall and determine their movements.  Obtaining a higher knowledge of what makes the shadows destroys everything that gives power to their lives, and they find it threatening.  They would much prefer to keep the public ignorant to be important by predicting the shadows on the cave wall.  Learning what makes the shadows for such people is the worst thing in the world.  Well, that pretty much spells out the problems of our modern times.  We have a lot of people in politics who make good livings predicting what the shadows will do.  But we live in a time where information is abundant, and we don’t need experts to tell us what things mean.  We have decentralization of information, and if one expert class attempts to keep us facing a direction we don’t want to be facing, we have the choice to look somewhere else anyway.  If we’re going to know what causes the shadows, we can look for ourselves.  That is the tension of our current political world.

Literature is such a good method of resolving problems because, as in the Allegory of the Cave, Plato had the same issues then as we do now.  There is nothing new about what we see out of the behavior of humanity.  There might be some modern tapestries to what we see, but the essence is always the same.  But what we should expect is to learn from history so that we don’t keep repeating it.  I think we can feel sympathy for those experts who only see the value of their lives in predicting where the shadows come from.  Or we can hate them for their attempt to control us.  Dr. Fauci comes to mind, a government expert who has spent his whole life predicting shadows and trying to scare us into behavior the government desired.  For him, we long ago untied ourselves and could see what was causing the shadows, even as the government has insisted that we not look behind us to where the fire cast its shadows.  Notice how we are talking about a Covid variant, but we never talk about a natural solution such as hydroxychloroquine. That’s when you know the expert class doesn’t care about you; all they do care about is their retention of power, their ability to scare you into behaving the way they want you to do, and they use the shadows to do it.  Once you know what causes the shadows, the experts lose all their power.

We have the same problem with the election fraud deniers, who want to look at the cave wall and let the experts translate what we see.  The election fraud of 2020 happened in the world beyond the fire, so the shadows of their existence don’t even show up on the cave wall.  Yet it happened all the same.  It just occurred beyond the vision of what we are looking at.  If we get up and away from our pole and look, we’ll see the evidence in the corner of the cave just beyond the firelight.  It’s not that the evidence isn’t there, but the experts expect to hide it from us by keeping our perspective from turning around and seeing it.  Because if we do get up and see for ourselves, the experts lose their power, which is terrifying.  Then what will happen to them once we realize how much we have been lied to.  For all those reasons and more, I love time with my books.  They are not connected to the internet.  Nobody is tracking what I’m reading by keystrokes.  It’s just me and my book in my reading chair.  If all the power in the world went out, I would still be fine and able to read history and reflect upon it.  And that is very empowering, especially in times like this.  But knowing something is only half the battle.  The trick is in making history different based on what we’ve learned.  And that is what our next step will be. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Best Protection Against Corruption: Jane Timken and a good family

Yes, I’m very old-fashioned.  There was a point in time where things worked pretty well for all people of all sexes and colors, and that was before the progressive era came along infused with the corruption of Karl Marx and screwed everything up.  And I’m especially old fashioned with my politics; when I can, I like to shake hands and meet people one on one, or at least in an intimate group setting.  But with this new media culture that we are in today, we tend to look at everyone through the lens of media filtration, which is dangerous because we have seen what many of us always suspected about the media.  We shouldn’t have been surprised; they were all trained in the same kind of places and are owned by corporations looking to expand their markets through globalism, ready to abandon America and the Constitution along the way.  Yet, I still make most of my decisions about politics based on meeting as many candidates personally as possible before deciding to rally on their behalf.  That includes President Trump; I met him several times in 2015 and 2016, with very few cameras and people around.  Before he could command a $10,000 donation to shake his hand and get a picture for a desk, he already had celebrity, but few took him seriously in politics.  I like to look a person in the eyes and see what is going on in there.  It takes that for me to feel good about a candidate at any level.  For the upcoming senate seat in Ohio that Rob Portman is leaving behind, I’ll admit that Jane Timken was about third on my list to consider.  But I did get a chance to meet with her in a small group setting which I appreciated being invited to very much, and the result for me was a lot more respect for Jane than I had before the meeting.  I always liked her and respected what she did in Ohio for the Republican Party and uniting that party behind Trump in a hostile political setting.  Yet upon meeting her in a closed environment with the media far away, I learned some great things about her, particularly what motivates her. I came out feeling excited for her inclusion into the senate race, which will be a big part of recapturing the Senate not just with a GOP majority but with America First advocates and strategic influencers.  That last part for me is the most important. 

Before I say what I’m about to, I know many people who had not benefited from a great family experience when they were growing up.  One of my best friends is something of an immigrant, being raised in foster homes and had been given every opportunity to fail that you can imagine.  He could have given up hundreds of times over the years, and nobody would have blamed him.   However, today he’s very rich, very powerful, and a very good person untouched by corruption, and I love him to death.  But his success says a lot more about him than it does about how people arrive at success in life, no matter how success is measured.  His story is a rare exception. For most people, without a good upbringing, without good parents, grandparents, and a functional family structure, people are doomed in life often before they ever get out of middle school in their formative years.  Its not always their fault, but it is a failure of social structure, political philosophy, and radical insurgents over time in their priorities for social well-being.  As a general rule, young men grow up and marry women like their mothers, and young women grow up and form their lives around their fathers, and those sentiments last a lifetime, from the cradle to the grave.  That makes it reasonably confident that they will likely be pretty good adults to work with if a person had a good family life.  If they didn’t and are always looking for things in their adult life to bury the pain of their childhoods, you can bet that corruption isn’t far behind for them.  Who a person ends up being in life is often dependent entirely on how good their childhood was and whether or not they had a functionally good relationship with their moms and dads. 

I’ve liked Kristi Noem since she arrived on the political scene because she got into politics for many reasons involving her family. All people should get involved in politics to make it better.  After her dad died, her family was hit with massive death taxes that threatened to destroy everything they had built together.  So she became politically active, which has been good.  She is an influential person to her core and can handle the meat grinder of corrupt politics very well.  I recently traveled through South Dakota, and you could feel her leadership style there as she was one of the first governors to stand up to the Dr. Fauci types using Covid as a Kotter change state to bring Marxism to American culture.  It has been a war not with tanks and guns but with health directors intent on torpedoing a healthy economy in an attempt to knock Trump out of office.  I would point to Kristi Noem’s dad expressly and say that today’s strong woman fighting against all odds started with her relationship with her dad.   And with many of these strong new women in the Republican Party leading from the front, with congressional and Senate seats, we are finding that to be the repeated case.  Fathers have massive impacts on daughters leaving them to preserve like mothers the product of the family happiness, a country that the family can grow in and bring opportunity to the future.  But their first swipe at that dream comes from a father holding the hand of a young daughter and teaching her how to be a good person, set goals in life and not compromise themselves to corruption and apathy, and preserve the conditions of those bonding moments forever. 

This past week, meeting Jane Timken running for the Senate seat of the outgoing Rob Portman, I saw in her eyes what I see in Kristi Noem’s eyes.  Jane is a person who loves her dad and her family.  And when asked questions about why she wanted to get into politics, she was not murky about it.  Her dad was her motivation.  And this part she didn’t say, but she didn’t need to.  Like most young people who had positive family experiences, they become adults wanting to preserve their parents’ world for the future to preserve the happy thoughts of tradition.  And that for Jane, it wasn’t a power trip to ride the America First agenda to a big office in Washington D.C. with a line of lobbyists outside to lick the dust off her shoes.  Jane was in politics to preserve the vision of a father whom she loved, and that told me she was a fighter against corruption and the forces behind it that we are all facing today.  Learning all this, Jane Timken was suddenly a lot more viable than she was before I met her.  That is essentially why our children are attacked in schools, why we are being poisoned with drugs from illegal immigration, pornography by the tech companies, from every direction essentially.  The war against the family wasn’t just personal.

When divorce lawyers were promoted in the 60s, 70s, and 80s as freedom from an unhappy life and putting a career in front of a family was introduced as noble, they intended to destroy America.  Not to preserve it.  And so the way to fix that problem is to make families first, and the nation will follow.  But to do that, we need people running the country who function from that happy place of family and can withstand the riggers of public opinion so long as they can go home at night and have a family that loves them.  With Jane Timken and others who are emerging, I see a lot of hope for America.  The decline we are experiencing was purposeful and strategic.  The American dream is not dead now or in the future.  So long as there are fathers who inspire their daughters to run for Senate and win to preserve those memories of long walks and hand-holding that comes with a good parent inspiring a child with the goals of a lifetime—we have a fighting chance.

Rich Hoffman

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Virgin Galactic’s Surrender to Woke Culture: What should have been a great space flight was just a commercial for gay rights and Black Lives Matters

Traveling to Space turned out to be more about Gay Rights

For anyone who has read my work here going well back into the past, they will remember that I have been an advocate for Virgin Galactic’s desire to create space tourism as long as they have been trying.  It was a sad day in 2014 when the company had a crash, and a test pilot was killed, which set back the company for many years as regulatory burdens followed, and it looked for a while that the endeavor might never get off the ground.  Now I know people will say that I’m not sensitive to the test pilot’s family and that there are more important things in life than going to space.   Well, no, there isn’t.  I have in my new book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business a whole chapter dedicated to the “Tyranny of Safety,” which covers the extraordinary costs of regulatory burdens that are imposed on all capitalist endeavors.  Pilots like that nice fellow who was killed understand these things.  If they die in the process of doing something big and bold, they are usually pretty good with it.  Especially if it’s something important like commercializing space.  If our civilization is ever going to get out of its static mode for which it currently suffers, we have to stop crying over every little death that happens to someone, whether it’s Covid or a test pilot for a space program.  Some things are worth dying over, and adventure and innovation are a few of them.  We must always keep in mind the big picture. 

However, Virgin Galactic, like a lot of modern companies with tremendous assets, has turned to Woke culture to appease the mobs of progressivism.  It’s an old story that many are just waking up to.  Corporations controlled by radical mobs and the CEO’s position to appease those mobs through risk mitigation because they desire to keep the squeaky wheels quiet are a real problem.  That type of mentality made viewing the Virgin Galactic space flight a miserable experience because of all the Woke sponsors.  Woke politics were on full display to keep the mud chucking liberals from losing their minds as civilization took bold steps toward space travel.  I say mud chuckers because I always think of the Woodstock music festival that took place a month after Neil Armstrong walked on the moon for reference.  It displays all too accurately the political divides we see today.   You essentially have half the nation who wants to cleave to mother earth and the safety of the home planet retreating to tribal primitivism.  Then, the other half want to explore and leave the nest to see what adventures are out there.  Those sentiments are reflected in our current political parties of Democrats and Republicans and represent the gulf between them unworkable.  There is no compromise when the general philosophies are that far apart. 

As a CEO and a generally liberal guy from England, Richard Branson is trying to bring all those soft types along for the ride, which ruins it for the rest of us.  Watching that space flight that day with the ridiculous NBC coverage with Stephen Colbert, one of the biggest Trump haters on planet earth as the host, was sickening.  And the stupid music.  The constant talk about gay rainbows and Black Lives Matters.  It was insulting, and they knew it.  They figure people like us on the conservative side of things, the people who still are willing to challenge death to develop space, who aren’t hiding under the covers due to Covid, will put up with such insults.  We aren’t the ones who will boycott Virgin if we don’t get our way.  But the gays, the BLM Marxists, and the other lunatics from the left will, so the programming was steered entirely to them.  What could have been a fun day of enjoying a major technical breakthrough ended up being a progressive gay rights parade and a reminder of everything that divides us.  Instead of space being a great unifier, it was used to illustrate the differences, which is a shame. 

The worst part was the Virgin Galactic sales pitch for why we should be going to space.  Their reasoning was to go up and look back at the earth and appreciate the need to protect it, turning the whole experience into a Green New Deal justification.  But reality says that humans are meant to escape earth and to migrate into space to survive as a species since there is a shelf life on earth that could blow at any moment.  We don’t go to space to save the earth.  We go to space to get away from earth before it’s not there anymore.  That is a devastating message for those who have built a religion out of earth worship and have replaced God with the goddess Mother Earth.  They picked a deity with a terminal shelf life, and if humans attach themselves to that shelf life, they will be destroyed with the planet whether it happens next month or several million years down the road.  People who have not come to grips with this issue have problems they need to fix psychologically.  They don’t have the right to doom the rest of us with their silly insecurities.  But rather than try to sell the advantages of space to them, Virgin Galactic and the media coverage pandered to them at the expense of the rest of us, and it was disgusting. 

Virgin Galactic and Richard Branson did a remarkable job of getting civilian space flight started commercially.  But what is sad is that, like many things these days, Woke culture is ruining everything with political opinions that are not only not mainstream but have the effect of a screaming child afraid of the dark.  Space travel is adventurous.  It’s dangerous.  It’s not for timid babies, and that’s all we saw from the coverage of Virgin Galactic’s great space triumph.  Some of that is to make space seem worthy to those types of people.  But it won’t work.  The only thing that will work is peer pressure when adventurous daredevils go to space first, then show all those timid types that space can be relatively safe.  Then they will go and won’t try to stand in the way of progress.  But you won’t win them over by talking about anal sex and waving rainbow flags.  They will go to space when it’s cool, and not before then.  Watering down an otherwise great corporation with Wokeness only weakened the message and took what could have been a big boom and turned it into Pee Wee’s Playhouse.  It ruined my decade of anticipation that was sold as a big firework that turned out to be a silly sparkler that went out as fast as ignited.  And it was a reminder of all the things I hate about progressivism and those people who cling to earth like some spoiled brat kid afraid of being away from their mommies longer than 2 minutes.  After all, liberalism is fear and adhering to safety and security so that the world doesn’t judge them too harshly for their timidity.  They use safety as the excuse to hide behind their fears as justification for their lack of effort and bravery.  And instead of showing them the way to adventure, Virgin Galactic appealed to their insecurities and allowed them to hide under the covers for a bit longer.

Rich Hoffman

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The Answer: Rebranding is just the start

Rebranding is just the start

I appreciate everyone’s patience with the Overmanwarrior’s Blog site changes. It’s been time for a while for some rebranding, the Overmanwarrior name.  It is so blacklisted all over the internet that it has only been accessible through direct emails. I’ve been thinking of changing it to something more appropriate for today’s problems, so I finally did it to accommodate the next steps in front of the freedom movement.  Way back when I started the blog site over 11 years ago, I knew there would be conflict because we had been dealing with education issues, and with that came teacher union intimidations.  I knew there would be doxing and mob attempts to crush any opposition to them directly, so the Overmanwarrior name was appropriate for the conflict that was coming.  But things have changed a lot over the years, and I would say that the blog site was very successful in doing what I intended it to do.  Now, parents are standing up to their school boards and are finally sticking up for themselves.  The truth about what the free government schools were always about is finally coming to light. It is gratifying for me to see many parents now fighting for their schools in their districts the way they should have always been.  But hey, it’s better late than never. 

Now, after the 2020 elections, we have a new kind of fight that must be endeavored. I’ve taken some time to think about it appropriately; since the election, I have traveled over 10,000 miles in my RV with my wife and family to see America and make sure I understood the problem.  As I have been saying, I’ve been working on a book titled the Gunfighter’s Guide to Business for a few years now. Still, after the election, it became clear that the strategy guide I worked on for businesses could be directly applied to this new kind of insurrection.  The corporate buy-in to our current government, where a hostile takeover had taken place in picking Biden by them and getting rid of our guy, Trump, was easy to exploit.  Trump, after all, was fixing things which this new corporate government didn’t want to see happen.  It’s something our country had not seen before, where a conglomeration of corporate interests looking to increase their coverage for their products meant an alliance with the 1.3 billion people China had under their control.  To get there, they’d have to get rid of the power and might of the United States.  It was a new concept to all of us that the corporations like McDonald’s and the NBA would so actively work against America that we didn’t have a place to understand what was happening. 

I felt at the time that my strategy guide would be effective in this new age of passive-aggressive combat by a new kind of insurgency.  But I needed to see for myself because that’s how I solve problems.  I might have an instinct that is correct about the matter, but I need to touch and feel to work out an issue, and that’s just what I did with my family.  I turned off the news and hit the road spending a considerable portion of 2021 traveling and seeing America for what it is.  As a result, I am sure of the solutions, and I plan to share them with everyone with a rebranding of my Overmanwarrior.blog site. It is now called Gunfighterguide.shop not just for the distribution of my new book, but the strategy support center that this new fight will require and be a one-stop-shop for those wanting to fight back but are unsure how or why.   It was not easy to do; I have over a decade of branding with Overmanwarrior that people enjoyed.  When I finally pulled the plug on the domain name, I heard from hundreds of people who were zapping me with texts worried that the blog was gone.   It was never gone, but the problem was that the overmanwarrior name was so blacklisted that people couldn’t get to it any other way without a direct email link.  I don’t have any illusions that the blacklisting will stop now with a name change; the cut is a fresh start to work toward a more productive outcome.

I’ll talk about some of my experiences in postings to come. Still, a recent visit to Mt Rushmore and a rodeo in Cody, Wyoming, were two places that gave me a clear picture of what the post-election strategy of 2020 needs to be, and I’m going to contribute a significant amount of my efforts to that observation.  I wouldn’t say that those events changed my life, but rather that they reaffirmed what I had already been thinking about with direct evidence. I’ve seen America directly, and they did not vote for Joe Biden.  Out of all those miles, I have seen hundreds if not thousands of campaign signs for Trump all along the highways, even in blue states.  I have not seen a single one for Joe Biden.  The United States people did not elect Biden; he was put in place by corporate control, which has now overtaken our present government as they eye global influence for their market expansion. It’s a short-sighted goal typical of most middle managers in a corporate structure, but it’s the villain we must deal with in our modern republic. I am confident that now that we’ve identified the problem, there are reasonable solutions. 

As I said in the video above, this corporate problem in balance with the rules of our republic has constantly threatened to be a villain.  I mean, with Apple alone having more value as a company than the GDP of most countries, the temptation toward corruption will always be present for all but the best minds; we only compound the problem with Facebook and Google along with many others.  But we cannot just ostracize them out of existence and surrender the contributions toward GDP, so they must be dealt with tactfully.  And I don’t mind saying so.  You cannot kill the cancer by killing the patient.  We must remove cancer and save the patient, which I am proposing with this new branding change.  If our problems were previously to identify the issues of our republic, our new goal is to use what we know to restore that republic.  And we must accept that villains will always be present, so our focus must incorporate such knowledge.  With that said, I appreciate everyone’s patience. I’ve been working hard on solving some of these problems intellectually and devising some means of communicating them to those upset about the loss of their country to hostile foreign forces.  It’s not enough to point at the problem, we must also solve the problem, and at this point, I think we can do that without destroying everything in its wake.  Also, I think we owe it to ourselves to have a little fun along the way.  I do not feel desperate about the state of our union or the Biden presidency.  Seeing people all over this nation firsthand without the news telling me what they are thinking has convinced me that the heart of America is alive and well. It’s the corporate takeover that is in jeopardy, and the news represents that attempt.  And if that were all you saw of America, you’d worry too.  But our situation is much better off than they’d like you to believe, and we’re going to have a lot of fun exploiting that issue at their expense.

Rich Hoffman

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The Compliance Parasites Come After Amazon: One of the biggest shakedowns known these days creates a climate of political activism

I’m not the biggest Amazon.com fan these days.  So much so that after what they did to Parler, I removed my upcoming book from their Bookbaby Publishing business and went somewhere else.  They are using their power to try to steer political theater into a direction favorable to them.  But they are a business, and they do an excellent job at what they do, so it burns me up that there are accident reports that are starting to come out against them recently announcing that their workplace injuries have doubled.  I explain the details in the video above, but the essence of this story is a large part of how government turns allies toward them through threats of activism by their compliance culture is one of the biggest problems of our modern time.  Government makes activists out of companies like Amazon with a gun to their head to work against us, and we all must deal with this problem eventually. 

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China and Other Countries Committed Massive Election Fraud: They are daring us to war

Mike Lindell has certainly put it all out on the line.  His new video on the election fraud issue has been out for a few weeks, and it has some very compelling information in it.  Now I’ve said my position on the matter; I think Biden and his Democrats need to choke on the election fraud by being forced to stay in office.  It’s hard to govern a country when you didn’t win it fair and square, and it is rather entertaining to watch these idiots squirm, knowing how guilty they are.  I mean, that press conference from Harris in Mexico City was probably the most pathetic thing I’ve ever seen in a public office.  But in Lindell’s video called Absolutely 9-0, he shows how China and other hostile countries tampered with the 2020 presidential election through digital machines, which has opened up a whole can of worms.  However, as I explain in the video above, this crime was intended to be beyond our Supreme Court.  It was committed as a dare to prosecute with a world court because the perpetrators are daring war and have no respect for our judicial system.  And that’s why they committed the crime because they are betting that we won’t call them on it.

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China Owes Us All At Least 10 Trillion Dollars: Vote for Trump and let’s make them pay

There are many late to the game regarding China. And many still don’t know why Trump’s idea for charging them 10 trillion dollars for what they cost America during the Covid-19 Plandemic is a great idea.  Remember, the National Debt in the United States was right around 17 trillion dollars at the end of December 2019, right before Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates told us we needed to shut down the economy during an election year.  After just a year and a half, the national debt is now around 30 trillion dollars, and we have proof that the coronavirus was born and released from a lab in Wuhan, China.  Dr. Fauci was helping develop the virus with American tax money.  So why wouldn’t we demand China pay for our damages for a tragedy they caused?  Well, when Trump is president again, it looks like that’s one of the ways we’ll get our national debt back under control.  Make those responsible for the cost incursion pay!

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Debate is Great: Just so long as the other side shuts up and listens

Despite what many think about me, I encourage debate with those who are not so enlightened.  I can’t promise that my mind will be changed, but I am often very accommodating toward people who don’t think the way I do unless the opposite party decides to get pushy and threatening.  When that happens, and it has, I will get mad and retaliatory.  But over just the ideas themselves, I’ll debate people with other ideas in a polite way all day long and then some.  I figure all knowledge is just a matter of the participants’ education level, and many people aren’t that far along on what a proper thought on anything is.  Debate isn’t about concessions or compromise; it’s about discovering the truth on a matter.  If that is not the goal, then any exchange is a useless endeavor.  And when it comes to debate, I consider it a win/win no matter the outcomes.  There is always the chance that I will learn something in the exchange.  Or, if people listen to me, they’ll learn something and will become better as a result.  But avoiding debate or being bullied into not having a conversation at all for me isn’t ever an option. 

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