Blue Origin’s Spaceflight: The unfortunate cost of being one of the world’s most hated men

What Should Have Been

I wanted to enjoy the rocket launch of Blue Origin as it occurred in July of 2021.  But, hey, it’s Jeff Bezos. I’ve written many good articles on Bezos in the pre-Trump days, but he’s come out as so anti-Trump, that it’s impossible to like the guy.  But as a big fan of commercialized space and the steps Bezos had played in making it more of a reality, I did my best to put all that aside to support what he did when he went to space with three other people to prove that traveling into space could be so easy that anybody could do it.  And it was, the space flight itself was great.  The Blue Origin rocket itself was brilliant.  It took off effortlessly with minimal infrastructure and flew out into space without any sign of struggle.  The booster rocket returned to earth and landed like a special effect from some excellent science fiction movie.  It was so good that it didn’t look real.  Then, the capsule containing the passengers came back to earth and landed almost where they had all taken off.  Nobody emerged from the vehicle looking chaotic or stressed out. It was smooth as silk and quite an achievement for commercial spaceflight.  Jeff Bezos even wore a cowboy hat before and after to understand the kind of mentality it will take to commercialize space. That space flight itself did not have to involve pressure suits and other inconveniences.  In all those ways, the flight was enormously successful. However, spaceflight was never going to be the problem.  The problem was Bezos himself.  As one of the world’s wealthiest people, that, of course, makes him a target of every bootlicker there is.  Add to that the awkward nature of Bezos himself, where he always comes out sounding like a Bond villain, even at a birthday party, and the PR for the spaceflight was just terrible. 

After what Amazon did to Parler after the Trump election of 2020, it was the final straw for me.  Amazon is a great place to buy books and just about anything else you might want, but now they had made themselves political activists, and that was the beginning of their eventual doom.  Their branding would be harmed forever.  Now that won’t matter, but it will slowly rot Amazon in the years to come because they essentially alienated 80 million Trump-voting Americans, which will be a real problem in the future.  I responded by moving my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, from Amazon’s Bookbaby and moved it to a more conservative publisher, which took some effort.  Amazon is the largest bookseller globally, so my current publisher lists books there, but I was not about to publish my book with Amazon, even though they have tremendous resources.  It comes down to Jeff Bezos and his activism that is the problem.  I often forgive, to some extent, rich people and how they have to appease the mobs of progressivism. Still, Bezos has gone too far in trying to control the corrosive elements of progressivism by becoming one of its spokesmen.  And that is what ruined his spaceflight.  After the historic flight, Bezos gave $100 million as a donation to liberal causes to the communist Van Jones, which was simply unforgivable. 

I get it; Bezos didn’t have any blacks on the space flight, so he had to do something for the black community to justify his picks for space.  But that didn’t stop the onslaught of hatred that emerged after the flight, everything from the rocket looking like a penis to Bezos’s cowboy hat during the journey.  People don’t like Bezos because he presents himself as a progressive hack.  Like many other modern people of great wealth, they think the future is in globalism, so they have worked against American tradition to favor a change state government that liberals will run.  And that dream is falling apart in their hands, running like water between their fingers, and Bezos seems to have an understanding of that.  After all, Amazon knows that conservative books are outselling liberal books by a lot so that the trend won’t be going in the direction of Van Jones.  Bezos has gone all-in on betting that liberalism would win anyway, and that has created a level of tension that is ever-present with anything attached to Blue Origin.  Of course, Bezos shares that problem with the Walt Disney Company who has also gone all-in on a progressive world of tomorrow.  But like Virgin Galactic’s journey to space, they made the mistake of miscategorizing space travel as an extension of preserving the earth rather than escaping from it.  Bezos made comments about looking back on the earth from space and appreciating that we are all in it together or something stupid like that; it came out sounding terrible.  Not something people could feel proud of. 

That’s the sad part of the story; what should have been a great day came out as a bla.  A perfect feat of engineering that involved many thousands of people turned out to be all about the odd personality of Jeff Bezos.  Nobody cared about his mom, his brother, or the other passengers because the entire event came out as a pr appeasement of progressive erosion to give a rich person a ride into space.  The scope of the effort was lost in the hatred toward Jeff Bezos by a public that decided it just doesn’t like him.  And if he were the kind of person who could care less, it would at least be honest.  But he tries to pull the shades over everyone’s eyes, including Van Jones.  To cover that ground of oddness, he just tossed $100 million to a devout global communist from CNN, giving more power to an enemy of Americana all the while trying to appeal to the cowboys and Trump voters by wearing the cowboy hat.  What he ended up doing was making everyone mad.  The story of space was lost in the drama, which is saying a lot.  With such an outstanding achievement into the vastness of space, all people saw was a way to poke fun at Bezos, one of the world’s most hated people.  But people don’t tell him they hate him because they want a chance to maybe get some money from him at some point.  Yet as I say all the time, you can tell a lot more about people by what they do, not necessarily what they say.  And that is what came in the aftermath of the Blue Origin space flight; people could only find fault in an otherwise faultless flight.  A journey to space without error, as predictable as the hands on a clock, but as hated as a pile of cow dung.  The public would have instead had anybody else go to space aside from Jeff Bezos. That’s what’s sad about the effort; rather than advance space travel, it had the feeling of setting it back by decades.  Giving that big check to a communist as payment for letting the socialists and the communists of the world let Bezos go to space came out as an ominous message of appeasement rather than freedom.   It said to the world that we are slaves to it and the communist greenie weenies who inhabit its service like a virus of thought that seeks to chain humans to earth forever and never let go. 

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America Was Meant to Divorce the Class System: Answering a good question

America was Never Meant to have a Class System

When I posted the video for this article, I received an excellent comment asking a great question.  When talking about a class system in America and recognizing it, this person wanted to know what to do about it.  Here is the comment:

“All well and good, but how do we the people reign in corruption in our government from our meager station? When my best year is working in a machine shop, I made $63,000; someone like Hank Johnson makes $174,000 plus perks.  Look up Hank Johnson’s quote about Guam.”

My first instinct was to reply to this guy and say, “well, this is why I wrote my new book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business, to undo this very notion of a class structure in our political world.” That is, after all, how you fight it.  The thing to do is to understand what is happening then divorce yourself from that class system. Don’t let them call you Middle Class or anything as such.  Ignore their class system, function without it.  Of course, his question is that we’re all in it whether or not he likes it.  And to that, I would say, read my new book; it tells you exactly how to function without a class system, but one of earned merit.  But that is kind of cheap to say, “go read my book.” That’s why I wrote it and why it’s separate from something like an article on this blog.  It’s an actual strategy guide for undoing many of the corrosive forces holding back our current society, whether raw progressivism or malicious communism using a class system to enforce their control over the masses.  Or the cost structure of your company and its success or failure and the ultimate connection it has to your ability to make a living.  An answer to a question like his deserves at least some perspective.  Yes, my book would help him, but some context to the problem is well worth answering.

In the video above, I talk about one of the most important things to both males and females that there is in the world, the pecking order of our species and where we reside on it.  I attended a lecture on Joseph Campbell many years ago in Washington D.C., where this topic was covered, and it has always stuck with me.  Not because I agree with it as an accepted reality, but because it truly is one of the most significant elements of human society anywhere in the world.  Our entire public school system is built around this premise, so the people that want to control us, like the guy mentioned in that question, use the pecking order system as a way to preserve their reality.  Once we become adults and accept our pecking order station in life, whether it’s at the top or the bottom or somewhere in between, we typically stay there the rest of our lives.  The guy who accepts that he’s not very smart marries the safe girl who balloons up into a big hipped pillow of flesh in her middle years has kids that don’t like him, and who stays in middle management his whole life was put there through the pressure cooker of adolescence by society, and he never questioned it.  He accepted it and moved on to living life.  That way, when a government tells him to wear a mask or pay huge taxes, he pays the money without question and does what he can to avoid conflict and work from week to week to catch the next Sunday NFL games, which he genuinely enjoys.  If he’s daring, he may put $5 into the office pool and play the brackets of NFL teams who pick the most winners from week to week.  He might treat himself to BW3s and a cold beer that his wife won’t know about if he wins. 

That previous paragraph might sound like a sad case, but it’s a situation to some degree or another what a majority of people believe about themselves.  I used the example of a guy because it’s genuinely understood.  Women have the same problems but with a different focus.  Did I marry the right guy for my children?  Is this the best house I could get as a nest for my family?  Did I get the best DNA for my children using all my female charms to do so?  Again, these aren’t things we talk about, but they are the things that concern us most.  The higher up the pecking order, the better spouse you get, the more resources you have access to.  How much do you fight to rise to the top, or is it better to keep your head down and accept where they put you in life?  These are the things that keep all of us up at night.  The pecking order mentality is a carryover from years of evolution in our species.  But intellectually, as I argue in my book, America came along to shatter that reality.  And for a period, we did just that.  Over time and with the introduction of progressivism from Europe, masking outright Marxism, the class system has crept back into American vocabulary to present us with today’s problems.  The solution to those problems is to cast off the class system. 

My book demonstrates that the American Gunfighter was romanticized the way they were because it showed that people of all stations in life could throw off the class system.  Gunfighters like Wild Bill and wild west performers like Buffalo Bill Cody demonstrated that through western expansion, not old money from Europe, people could become wealthy and independent through panning for gold, winning at gambling, or gunfighting bad guys in dusty streets.   I would point to the magical Second Amendment and say to anybody that the key to casting off the class system in America is in the Bill of Rights, especially the Second Amendment.  The right to own and carry a gun for your self-defense means that you cannot be forced into a pecking order position where the strongest and fastest can step ahead of you in life and take the best spouse and the most money.  If you can shoot, you can have the world at your feet.  You can be small, fat, tall, and ugly, but you can also be rich just like anybody else in aristocracy, and you can have a clean and independent life if you dare to.  That is the short answer to that original question.  For the long answer, I’d say read the book.  But to get to the gist of it, pecking orders are a shackle on our minds that we need to be free of.  Gun ownership is the first step to taking those shackles off not so that you can shoot people who are in front of you.  But so that you can know that they can’t force themselves on you and push you into a position on that pecking order where you don’t want to be.  And it is in that mindset that freedom is born. 

Only when you stop acknowledging the class system can you bring down the aristocrats of old who want Marxism to put them in the upper class to have the best of what the world offers without actually being the best at anything.  To the point that Hank Johnson rules over the hard-working machine shop worker because he makes more money, well, the assumption is that money indicates where we all are on the pecking order of life.  If an ugly guy tries to pick up a nice-looking woman in a bar, she won’t pay him any mind and will blow him off quickly.  At first glance, fair or not, she doesn’t want his DNA to make a bunch of ugly kids.  But, if that ugly guy has a lot of money, well then, she will likely talk to him. She’ll put up with the ugly kids for the nice house and not worry about money for the rest of her life. That’s the effect of the pecking order. We’ve allowed those rules to shape our culture in such away.  But when someone like Hank Johnson makes more money than us, we accept that he is higher up the pecking order than we are, so we naturally obey him, even when we know better.  The key is to stop thinking like that and to start thinking like a gunfighter.  You don’t have to shoot anybody to make your point.  All you need to do is stop playing their game and know that you can be anything you want; you can make all the money you wish to, if only you dare to in America. 

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.

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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 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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Transgender Policies Destroy the Foundations of Feminism: Democrats always plan the journey but never know what to do once they get there

It is almost a parody of the coyote from Road Runner cartoons, which young people wouldn’t even know about these days due to cancel culture. Still, the progressive Democrats keep running into the same walls over and over again.  Now that all these women are mad at transgender policies putting men into women sports making it so they can’t compete equally, the basic foundations of feminism are challenged in a way none of them ever anticipated.  We get into the details in the video above, but how stupid are Democrats not to see this coming?  For a century, they advocated for equal strength, equal pay, equal everything between men and women, only to show the concept that anybody can be anything any time they want. When thrown together equally, a man’s body is revealed through direct evidence to be superior regarding sports instead of women who are physically built for entirely different biological reasons?  But guess what, everything Democrats come up with is just as stupid. They always plan the journey but never know what to do once they get there. 

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The Math Problem Progressives Have: If Mayor Lightfoot could add and subtract it would understand

Even Trump is making a video appearance, and all the talk at that event is in 6 weeks. It’s going to hit the fan in a big way. The Supreme Court will review these audit findings from the various states and the legal analysis because it will make this Wuhan lab story look like a small thing when it breaks.  And we are going to have a situation where legal precedents will be forced upon us. The Biden presidency will have to be recalled. If he stays in office, everything he does over the next three years will have to be undone or ignored. He is functioning without any authority to do anything due to the election fraud being so bad and noticeable.  It’s going to be messy, very messy.  But the big question regardless is how long Joe Biden can stay in office with all this scrutiny?  How long can the media continue to push the narrative that this was a regular election in 2020 and that the results should be accepted even though we know they are wrong.  And what the hell are we going to do as a country with these facts given to us?  Stay tuned!

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How Long Can Biden Stay in Office: Opps, they’ve all been caught in election fraud

At this point, I understand it sounds crazy because history can’t conceive of Biden being removed from office.  But folks, the election fraud problem is real, it happened, and it occurred in a significant way.  A lot of people think Mike Lindell is way over the edge on this election issue.  Not even Roger Stone can see how Biden would be removed from office due to the discovery of massive influence into the Dominion machines by China, Facebook, and Google that it will certainly create a constitutional crisis for a correction.  I feel that it would be better to reveal the fraud and keep Biden in office to punish him and those who put him there for what they did.  Yet, the problem with that is Biden is signing bills and acting on behalf of the United States in an executive fashion, and by the looks of things, he shouldn’t be.  Mike Lindell has a big rally in New Richmond, Wisconsin, on June 12th from 11:30 AM to 4 PM, and he has some big hitters speaking there.

Even Trump is making a video appearance, and all the talk at that event is in 6 weeks. It’s going to hit the fan in a big way. The Supreme Court will review these audit findings from the various states and the legal analysis because it will make this Wuhan lab story look like a small thing when it breaks.  And we are going to have a situation where legal precedents will be forced upon us. The Biden presidency will have to be recalled. If he stays in office, everything he does over the next three years will have to be undone or ignored. He is functioning without any authority to do anything due to the election fraud being so bad and noticeable.  It’s going to be messy, very messy.  But the big question regardless is how long Joe Biden can stay in office with all this scrutiny?  How long can the media continue to push the narrative that this was a regular election in 2020 and that the results should be accepted even though we know they are wrong.  And what the hell are we going to do as a country with these facts given to us?  Stay tuned!

If you want to follow along, you can see the rally live on Frank Speech.com.  Or you can listen to the coverage on OANN from the iHeart Radio app. 

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The Government is Losing Their Cover: Removing masks from public policy

The Masks are Almost Gone!

I saw a public transportation bus advertising even after June 2nd in Ohio to please wear a mask, spelled “pleaz” to sound hip and cool.  Government is desperate to keep the Covid garbage going to provide cover for their many crimes.  Now under force, as Governor DeWine had to reopen the state under tremendous pressure from the legislature, the world is moving on.   Getting rid of their Covid masks without the government anyway was happening. I was somewhat proud of most people who started taking off their masks well ahead of the deadline.  As the masks were coming off, Joe Biden, in a bit of a panic, indicated he would give out free beer to keep the issue alive with a 70% goal to have the population vaccinated by July 4th.  As I’ve said, the vaccinations aren’t about health; they are about cover for the government that is very guilty of terrible things regarding Covid-19.  And without the masks, they have no shelter.  So their desperation now that they’ve been uncovered is fun to see.

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CEOs Deserve to Make a Lot of Money: Average workers don’t own equally the risk it takes to run a business–Karl Marx never figured that out

It’s the same old communist push from progressives in the United States, politicians like Sherrod Brown from Ohio and Elizabeth Warren, the loser we know so well as the Indian claiming “Pocahontas.”  We’re talking about their positions on CEOs, that they make too much money, many times more than the average worker.  Whenever you hear some loser like them saying, “CEOs make 400 times more than the average worker, and that something needs to be done about it, what you are hearing is a know-nothing loser who has the economic maturity of a cat spaced out on catnip.  I address this issue in some detail in the supplied video but let me spell it out briefly.  CEOs make a lot of money because it is they who shoulder the risk for all the workers.  There is nothing wrong with being an average worker, but there is also a lot of safety in earning a living.  CEOs have no such comfort.  It is they who make a company successful or not, and it is they who own the risk for possible failure, of whether there is a job to even punch a time clock to.  There is no such thing as shared ownership of workers and creating a business, any business.  Such thoughts that they are in any way come directly from the works of Karl Marx and are picked up by loser politicians like Sherrod Brown and exploited purely for political purposes by the ignorant and purposely malicious. 

CEOs are great for society

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