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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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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Our Education System Trained Us to Be Slaves: Unlearning what you’ve learned

It’s something we must talk about, especially if you don’t like to some degree where we are as a nation, and why the attackers think they can spike the football in our faces and that the game itself is over.  I’ve been warning about this moment all my life and have written literally millions of words and countless articles to the cause. I’ve done television to point out this problem and hundreds of hours of radio as well over the years, so it’s a topic I know a lot about, yet like an addiction, people cling to it the way children cling to a parent no matter how bad that parent is, because its all they know.  Its our education system that has been teaching us all the wrong things in life leaving us to arrive at this time in place trained for the government attack, and our eventual societal collapse as Americans.  They’ve planned this in liberal circles for decades.  As a matter of context, I was at a social party in the 90s full of liberals in a very fancy place overlooking downtown Cincinnati where this topic came up.  Many of the producers of the controversial play Equus were there so I heard from their intoxicated and oversexed mouths the plan myself, spoken to me as a peer, so nothing I am seeing today comes as a surprise.  Liberals always knew what they were planning to do and they built the public school and college curriculum with those strategies in mind and now we are seeing the results.  The most infected generations are now in charge of our society and any rivalry they had with those from the Old Days are over because most of them have died away for the most part.  And now we are seeing the results of their long-planned attacks.

When it comes to college, I deal with a lot of college graduates.  I’ve been there myself much more than I think is necessary.  I never liked it, I never thought it was the thing to do even while I was there.  I have always been skeptical of public education and I would react violently when the school system tried to prepare me and my fellow students for “college prep,” only to find that the entire college experience was a scam not any different than we are seeing from the woke companies coming out of Georgia in reaction to the new voting laws there.  When people wonder why these companies follow so close the rules of a woke attempt in taking over everything we see and hear, well they did it for the liberal colleges.  They agreed to only hire applicants who have gone through the rigor of the social programming.  Mostly, especially the larger companies, they agreed to only hire applicants from college which meant that if you wanted a good job, you had to go through their meat grinder to get there.  And by meat grinder, we all understand that’s what it was, we were taught to listen to the authorities in the form of a teacher, mostly a liberal one, and give up our individual ambitions along the way concerning ourselves with collective peer pressure socially instead.

That has left most of us defenseless in this kind of society where giant corporations like Facebook and Twitter can play the roles in election fraud that they have and people might feel it, but they won’t see it because the critical thinking to catch it has been taught out of them.  We also don’t know what to do with the role the FBI had in creating a coup with Trump to get him out of office because we have all been taught since early grade school to blindly trust the teachers of our classrooms.  Our government is corrupt and well beyond the need for an ass kicking at every level, especially fiscally, but they act just like every public school in all our neighborhoods, taxing and spending using kids as extortion methods of changing our entire society, or else are the modes of conduct.  We have come to accept that behavior, so we have just been pushing all this deep inside.  We hoped that we could vote for Trump and that would change things, but then they saw how well he was doing in the last election they took him from us and let us know that further actions would not be tolerated.  We have been shown that we either put up with all this, or we will feel the pain.  We will have our jobs taken from us, we will be made fun of in the media—just like a high school locker room ironically.  Our memory of being picked on as kids has flushed out into the present leaving most people to see that there are problems, but they have no intellectual capacity to do anything about it because resistance was taught out of them from a very young age.  This is why the government thinks it can get by with what its getting by with now. 

As I said in the video above, the criticism of Trump supporters was largely that many of them were not college graduates—not what I call “broken horses.”  That doesn’t mean they were literally stupid, but liberals were having a hard time dealing with people who grew into adults and could still think critically, because at a key time in their life whether they just couldn’t afford college, or they picked up a trade and just never went, they survived what many people fell to.  College life wasn’t about learning, it was about conforming.  The bad behavior like the drinking, the sex, and all the parties were about smashing personal standards out of a need for relief in what was being taught.  And anybody who wanted a good job, especially in government felt they had to go through that process to make a decent income in life—because way before woke was woke, companies agreed to play ball with the college system to hire applicants, which is why they think they can get away with it now with vaccine passports, MLB, and even our recreational drinks, which as what we are seeing out of Coke.  As a result, most people these days have no idea what to do about the problems they are seeing because literally their entire lives they have been taught by these people and don’t know any other way to think.  They may understand that something is wrong, but they can’t act against their core programming to fix it.

Years ago when I first published this Blog I did an article on those who were most successful in life who did not go to college.  Statistically speaking it is the college dropout and the person who was taught at home and avoided the public education system altogether who has the best chance at success in life and making new inventions.  College won’t make you a millionaire like many think, it will get you a decent job maybe, if you follow the instructions at every phase of your life.  If you dress the way they want you to, root for the college sports the way the system is designed, if you stay in your lane as they say and don’t question reality too much.  Oh, you can question whose house will host Thanksgiving this year—if the government even lets you have Thanksgiving, but don’t wonder if pot should be legalized or not.  The government wants dumb, compliant people, so they want pot legalized, and taxed.  Don’t question election integrity.  Don’t try to live life outside of your social circles as determined by your level of educational advancement because the system has everything all worked out for you.  And when you see them committing crimes, you just get back to your lane and look away—if you know what’s good for you.  That is what has been taught to all of us and now we see why.  The question left for you dear reader is what are you going to do about it now?  It’s going to be painful to unlearn what you have learned.  Can you take it?

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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The Mysterious Middletown Mound: What the Giants of Ohio have in common with election fraud

Not to just spawn off conspiracy theories, I took a moment to go to a site that honestly pisses me off to no end, the Middletown Mound near my home, literally just a few minutes north above the Great Miami River to show a site where I will bet everything that there are the bones of giants within the contents of the mound shown in the video above.   I say that because it is well known now that it’s twin, the Miamisburg Mound just a few miles upriver from the Middletown Mound has known large skulls found within it and full skeletons of people 8’6” in height.  The people who excavated the mound were so terrified of the contents that they have not returned to excavate the mound since 1869.  Its not as if people didn’t know about the mounds or the giants, but the government came along and built the Monsanto Nuclear site right on top of this ancient complex, which dated to 200 B.C. to 1000 B.C.  All this was chronicled in a little booklet called The Brief Historical Background of Miamisburg Mound that cost $3 and was passed out at the May 1975 Explosive Safety Engineering Conference conducted on site by the Monsanto Research Corporation.  Copies of that little booklet are still floating around among the local residents.  Of course, the Monsanto site of Mound Laboratories is tied to Wright-Patterson Airforce Base and all the Hanger 18 mysteries that involved alien retro engineering and the nuclear war program in general, right there on the site of a city of ancient people who were 7 to 8 feet tall—people who would make Shaquille O’Neal look like a little fellow. 

The point of the matter is that there is still excavations that could be done at Miamisburg that would prove the point that I’m making.  And its twin, the Middletown Mound as you can see in the video is just sitting their untouched for all this time, except for some obvious looting that took place many years ago that likely has giant skulls stuck in some private collection because nobody wants to get busted by the Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act.  Which was the point in my video, modern politics has decided that Native Americans as identified by the traditional Indians of cowboy movies should be exploited as an argument against the creation of America.  That’s why I addressed that issue quickly in my book, because to understand the real story of America and ironically the history of the world, you have to redefine what a Native American is.  Obviously, we aren’t talking about cultures that existed in a vacuum in 1750 A.D. or 500 A.D.  These mounds look to have been built a thousand years before Christ, before even the Greeks were doing anything about considering philosophy as an educational opportunity. 

Because of the politics of Indian exploitation by modern politics, we are avoiding a real truth to our ancient past that likely would be very valuable to understand, which is why it makes me pretty damn angry to think about.  As I pointed out, the evidence is right there in front of our faces, and there has been so much of that evidence already destroyed.  And people in the know understand, which is why there is no desire to do any kind of real excavations and to discover what kind of giant bones are in those mounds in a modern sense so that we can properly study them and move this topic beyond speculation and into the realm of science fact.  I would suggest that we have enough reports to ask the questions and to draw some basic conclusions which is what I do.  But to get into the place where we actually can write new history books and make new laws based on new understanding is something we should be eager to do as a society, but clearly are not.  The goal of modern politics is to exploit races of people based on an assumed history that evidence is showing rapidly was not correct and needs updated interpretations on what a Native American was or should be. 

For instance, there is so much evidence that there was a massive culture of these giants roaming around the Ohio River Valley that we could have that debate now based on the limited information we do have.  Even the very popular Serpent Mound has reports of 7 foot skeltons there, so this isn’t some regional anomaly involving the Great Miami River.  These giant bone findings are everywhere reported.  That leads to the question as to why aren’t they in museums? Well, the answer to that is the same as why nobody will admit to election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.  The cost of that admission is greater than the management of our present society can afford to accept.  To admit that there were advanced cultures in North America well before what we would call Indians is to deal with a larger problem the world has seen since its inception, that of the Vico Cycle, of cultures that rise and fall constantly and the reasons for those failures pointing to the kind of problems we see in modern politics.  Obviously, any culture wants to believe they have the answer that nobody has previously had before, so to maintain that illusion to themselves, they chose to either destroy prior evidence to the contrary, or to ignore it even when its in front of their faces.  Which is the case of the Middletown Mound shown in the video above.  The evidence is being selected to be ignored, because modern politics does not want to surrender their ability to exploit Indians for their progressive causes, in this case to argue that the United States should have never been created, and should be disassembled and rebuilt as some global woke culture under a communist government.  Thus, the Giants of Ohio remain a mystery still, but not because there isn’t evidence, but because of political sentiment desires to pretend that they have all the answers and that they aren’t just another failure on the great wheel of the Vico Cycle and the continued failures of every culture that chooses to ignore those hard lessons of birth and creation. 

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A Lesson from Sports: We will have a reason to celebrate once again

Tampa Bay as I have said many times is a place, I consider to a be a second home.  I love the football team there, it’s been that way for years.  I love the Tampa Bay Buccaneers every year, even when they lose a lot like they did last year where they had a 7 and 9 season.   I think sports are important because it creates a nice little microcosm about life, what works as a culture and what doesn’t for people to see and cheer for.  As I said, most of the results fall far short of any big prize, but its fun to watch and root for something that you can share with other people.  This past season for the Bucs I was more upset because the general manager had pulled off some great contractual miracles in signing Tom Brady and some other big names and it looked to be just the thing the Buccaneers needed, veteran leadership that could finally take them over the top.   But that is if there’d be an NFL season at all.  The NFL got a lot of criticism for going so far woke, in allowing players not to stand for the national anthem, in allowing Black Lives Matters to imprint messages in the endzones, but I was more forgiving not just because I like the product, but that I appreciate the bigger game for what it is.  Roger Goodell managed to keep the NFL viable and the lunatic health people found a way to have the games even if the entire preseason was cancelled.  So the football season started, even though at first it felt as if the whole thing might come crashing down in a moment.  But up to that point, Covid was bigger than everything and I was really worried that if that ever happened to American Football, that we might never recover as a country.

Our nation needed it, the weekly games, the highlights on the news, something else to think about besides Covid lockdowns.  The Bucs did well, but not well enough.  They lost some key games to the Saints, to the Chiefs and Bears that I thought were going to ruin the entire season.  But by December Tom Brady showed why he’s much more than a quarterback by getting the team functioning on all cylinders as they continued to win the rest of the games for the year on into the playoffs.  And it was a thing of beauty to watch, even if you weren’t a Tampa Bay Buc fan.  It was good to see that part of our culture come back to life.  By the time the Bucs went to the Super Bowl in their own stadium, which has been talked about in Tampa for so many years it was so good to watch so many big gambling efforts come together perfectly only to have the Bucs beat the Chiefs so convincingly.  Really it came back as investments of the team owners, the Glazers had made into their own organization which were paying off now in a perfect storm of unlikely circumstances that just felt good.  It reminded me that with all the seasons and hoping that often go into any kind of sports support, that sometimes you do get a payoff and it is worth the effort when it does.

I couldn’t help but think of Donald Trump and the state of Republican politics through all this, because honestly, it’s a very similar game.  As hopeless as things can sometimes appear, a good play here, a good play there, and suddenly you have something to cheer for again.  As exciting as it was to see the Bucs win another Super Bowl I could see it clearly where I would feel even better about future wins in the House and Senate culminating in a new president in 2024.  That the hopeless situation of today is largely a manufactured reality that has a shelf life and our hopes, needs and dreams will outlast them easily.   I approach every season of the Bucs with enthusiasm but by the last week I’m already looking toward the next year.  And its been that way for decades.  They went to the Super Bowl in 2003 before going again this past year and every year in between I went through the same ups and downs that everyone goes through only to end up disappointed with the end result.  However, it is worth it when you invest yourself in these kinds of things to see it all come together in a nice, beautiful package of success.  And in politics, we will smile again, we will have hope again, we will have revenge for what has been done to us.  We will have revenge for the debts, we will have revenge for the wokeness, the censorship, the massive expansion of government overreach.  We will have options again and it will feel great to see those victories.

With all that value, I’m not one who just writes off sports as anything short of a important social value.  If the rest of the world could organize their sports the way we do in America, they certainly would.  But they don’t have the kind of culture that creates the circumstances.  Sports therefor becomes so reflective on the kind of values we truly have as a culture.  And its good to see that winning is still one of the most important attributes that we all still share.  Winning is still important enough to drive the sporting market and push through all the government nonsense just to play a game and see what happens.   In a year where it looked like a fantasy for anything to become bigger than Covid, the NFL managed to stay open long enough to complete a full season and to show us all that life could return to normal, somewhat.  And that people like me who have rooted for the Buccaneers every year for decades could see happiness again even if it came from unlikely places.  The lesson is that the games of life are worth playing.   Victory is just out there often with one good try here and there.   Eventually, when its due to us, we’ll get it, and we’ll love it!

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HR1 is an Attack: Changing voting laws is a military strategy, not an increase in voter representation

Of course, HR1 is unconstitutional, but the attackers of our country don’t care about that.  They seek to destroy the constitution so one more legal challenge to upset the applecart is fine with them.   Its no skin off their back. As I said in the video above, the voting rules changes that were the result of Covid-19 was a military attack.  It was a different way to destroy our country not with armaments, but with procedural discourse.  The goal of HRI is to make permanent all the voter rules changes that were made possible in 2020 under the emergency powers.  Now that Democrats have gained both houses of congress and the presidency under those rules changes, allowing them to cheat massively by counting votes that would have otherwise been illegal, they want to institutionalize that fraud so that they never lose power again.  When you find that there is great reluctance in talking about voter fraud during the 2020 election at the center of it is this premise that nobody really wants to admit to.  Republicans don’t want to believe that its possible, and Democrats are hoping to get away with it before someone stops them.  But the intent is of course to make election fraud the future of voting. 

Truthfully, voting must have an I.D.  Anyone looking for less wants to cheat.  There must be signature verification.  Again, anyone arguing otherwise wants to cheat.  There should be one election day, not months and months of early voting which opens up more opportunities to tamper with the results.  Mail in voting must have a strong chain of custody.  And they can’t be counted for weeks after the election as was the case with the 2020 presidential race where they just kept counting until Joe Biden was the winner.  That the cheaters in that election expect to get away with the most extensive voter fraud case in the history of America should alarm everyone.  That no court wanted to admit that it actually happened reveals a lack of will to protect constitutional needs, which is precisely why HR1 is so dangerous.  But if we can’t agree to these very basic things, we simply can’t have an honest election because there is too much power to be gained in cheating and obviously we have all seen the consequences now.  There is no honor system that will keep everything honest.   We need rigid voting laws and we must stick to them.

Its not just a matter of standing up to HRI but it’s the Democrats in general who want more than anything to empower their base, which has a hard time doing anything on time, to vote.  They started this mess with early voting so that their base might find time to cast early since they can’t be relied on election day to do their job.  Democrats must cheat to win and they like early voting because it gives their people more time to get off the couch and to vote.  Of course, the question is do we have any responsibility to lead a voter to the water to drink.  Should our society be guided by those who really don’t care to follow the rules?  Well, for Democrats, of course that’s how they feel.  Republicans must return to challenging the merits of even early voting because it has cheapened our election system in the wrong direction and opened the door for election fraud as an expectation, not an exception. 

The assumption that voting should be open in all these different forms to as many people as possible shows a complete lack of respect for the rules, because it’s the results that are only desired.  Voting integrity is not important so long as voting options can get a victory.  Rather than learning to have elections that follow the rules, we have thrown out the rules to get the results that Democrats want and that was only solidified in 2020 when the courts showed no will to challenge the premise.  It was more important that people believe in our elections, not that they would have many reasons to question the results if they admitted that the process was deeply flawed.  This is how a military operation who would want to destroy the objective would want us to think about such things, to have everything so murky that we wouldn’t understand the conditions of victory.  So to win an election do you work to get the votes from voters who follow the rules, or do you find a way to get as many different forms of voters to throw input into the chaos and count everything over extended periods of time. 

A preview of how this type of voting could destroy our country could be seen in the Senate runoffs in January.  The Democrats easily won applying all these new rules, even though the race had been much closer.  Once you started counting from all the different sources, and applying unverified signatures with mail in votes it was easy to beat the Republicans who typically play things straight.  Since Republicans do play by the rules they will always be harmed when the rules aren’t clear, which is what HR1 is all about.  Republicans could cheat the way that Democrats do, but that goes against the way they do business.  Democrats are so audacious about it they dare Republicans to try and cheat knowing that because of their love of rules, Republicans will never feel comfortable cheating.   So, there is nothing in HRI for Republicans.  There is nothing “constitutional” about it either.  There is only a path to victory for those willing to exploit chaos by utilizing all the options to get the result needed to win. 

It was never about fairness, in getting as many people to vote to see what kind of representatives our country really wants in government.  It was and always will be a military strategy to undermine our rules so to topple our republic into chaos for which we could be easily conquered.  Then to sell the voter fraud, Covid from the beginning was designed to allow for this election fraud by causing chaos that could be exploited by all these various voting methods, no signature verification, weak chain of custody on mail ins allowing for tampering.  And of course, changing the nature of the deadlines making it so that the final count was left in limbo allowing the counter to keep counting until they had the results they wanted is the core of the problem, and is what is most at stake.  Democrats remember cannot live within the rules, and if forced to, may never be able to win another election.  But if they can remove the rules, and make it so that anything goes when it comes to election conduct where it’s the amount of votes counted in whatever means they can get them, then they will never lose.  And that’s how you destroy a republic, using chaos and Covid to alter the rules for the benefit of those who intended insurgency.  Was their election fraud in 2020, yes, massive amounts of it.  But because of the way Democrats conducted it, as if the fraud allowed more voters a “voice” Republicans to their own detriment were unable to overcome the objection, so in the wake of that, HRI is a very real problem. 

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A “Coat of Many Colors” at The Big Texan: Perspective in an unusual place

I thought this little video was worth a little more comment than just for personal use.  We were at The Big Texan in Amarillo, Texas which was a place I really wanted to visit while we were in that part of the world.  I would have liked to have said that I enjoyed it more than I did.  In truth, it was a tough day.  We had come into town with our RV just one day after the second major snowstorm had ravaged the area and I had our rig wedged into our campsite in a way that I wasn’t sure I would ever get it out of until the snow melted.  We had picked the RV park next to The Big Texan because they offered free limo rides to the restaurant and they had a nice indoor heated pool.  I was hoping to get really refreshed during our stay there but as it turned out the pool was broken, the limos were all snowed in, and I spent most of the day digging a path for our RV to park in 6 inches of snow.  By the time we arrived at The Big Texan to eat I had just had an important oversea call that went on for nearly 2 hours and with everything else, I was pretty stressed out, worried that we might end up stuck in Amarillo for several days.  The food was great, the atmosphere was wonderful, and these guys came to our table to sing whatever song we wanted.  My wife picked Dolly Parton’s “Coat of Many Colors” and for a moment, we were really touched by these guys.  It was a tough day but during that song, I was reminded of several good things that are worth a mention. 

I’ll never be the one who will say that vacations are meant for relaxing.  For me, they are opportunities to push yourself and to come out of our comfort zone a bit.  And we certainly did that during an RV trip through the American Southwest.  We are new to the RV life so when my wife wanted to go to the desert for this particular trip, we had no idea that it was going to be zero degrees every day we were traveling and that we would only see temperatures above freezing a few times.  But we survived and figured things out as we went along.  Our RV did really well in the snow and extreme cold and I was proud of our trip as we headed north back toward Texas.  But we were also very tired by that point and the snowstorm that had just hit there was a bit too much.  We had no choice but to have a good attitude about it, because we had a long way to get home and letting down our vigilance just wasn’t an option.  But to say the least, I was on pins and needles.  Coming into that campground we were literally driving on a sheet of ice.  Nobody in Amarillo was doing much of anything so leaving our campground for The Big Texan was tough.  It would have been easier to just stay at the RV and cook some dinner, go to bed and get up early hoping to get out of our site.  Getting into the site was tough, getting out would be worse.  But I’m glad we did end up going to The Big Texan.  If for no other reason but to hear that song played at our table. 

My wife has always liked that Dolly Parton song, but given all that has been going on, it had more meaning this time for me.  It was cool to see so many cowboy hats moving around in the background.  It was such a great American atmosphere and the content of the song reminded me how resilient Americans are.  With all the victimhood that is behind progressive politics, the real solution to our future was in the contents of that song, where if you have a good family and some love in the people around you, then you are one of the richest people in the world.  With progressives being so anti-family this song was a reminder that no matter what they tried to do in order to change the nature of America, people would always be people.  People would always love a coat of many colors just because their mamma made it.  Hearing that song in such a cool place after such a terribly hard day, it just rang home.  It reminded me that was precisely why were traveled so far, was to change our perspective in such a way that a treasured old song like that would take on new meaning.  Over the years, some of my best ideas have come from such pressure extremes, which is why I’m always so eager to do things out of the box so often.  But they don’t often come out so positively.  

We went home from The Big Texan that night feeling pretty good about things.  We went to bed at a reasonable hour, even though it was -2 below outside we had the temp inside the RV at 80 degrees.  We had our TV running to help us sleep and once 5 AM came around I watched The Weather Channel to see how our day’s drive would be and started working to hook up the rig to leave.  It took quite a lot of work to get out of that spot, but after a while, we eventually made it out to the sheet of ice and were able to spin our wheels enough to inch our way to some decent traction.  We checked out before daybreak and were headed back down the highway within a few minutes, never to look back.  For the next 500 miles travel was rough, the water lines were burst everywhere, especially around Oklahoma City.  There was nowhere to use the restroom.  We were at least able to get fuel, but our trip all the way to Springfield Missouri as I have said in a previous post was pretty rough.  That was the second day in a row where we had white knuckled the driving and we needed a decent night’s sleep.  That is why our trip to Bass Pro Shops in Missouri was so wonderful. 

However, the difficulty under which we heard that song at The Big Texan is an evening I will never forget.  It was far from the best night of my life, but under the tenuous conditions, that song sounded like a little bit of heaven with some fresh perspective that I found very useful.   My wife of course loved hearing the song, but even beyond that, it had an otherworldly kind of feel to it, as if everything we had done during the trip culminated into that little message.  It wouldn’t have felt that way if we just heard the song on the radio.  I think we needed all the trouble to go with it.  And I’m glad we did.  Days later after we were home and back to our normal comforts, I think we both reflected on that night with some reverence that we otherwise wouldn’t have had.  Certainly, we were much richer from the experience, just like that Coat of Many Colors. 

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John Weaver is What’s Wrong with Politics: The Lincoln Project was always a smokescreen for sexual perversion and a Washington culture wanting to abuse power

Of course, we all remember The Lincoln Project ads meant to harm President Trump by claiming there is some immoral aspect to the White House approach to politics.  Yet now we know as is usually the case that all the goodness that politicians and political action organizations truly intended which is to lay cover for their sexually perverted desires.  That was certainly the case with The Lincoln Project co-founder John Weaver who now proclaims that he is a homosexual and that is why he was manipulating toward sex at least 20 young men abusing his relationship with them under the premise of employment.  Weaver on the outside was preaching morality under the Republican Party, but on the inside, he was cheating on his wife and kids with gay relationships with young male staffers which dictates that we address this issue for what it is.  Whether its John Weaver, Andrew Cuomo, or the secret list of participants on Jeffrey Epstein‘s orgy island, it is obvious that many if not most of the politicians in Washington D.C. are addicted to power which they can only get from political appointments and the abuse of that power for sexual addictions that are on the top of their minds at all times.  And the more an organization like The Lincoln Project preaches morality, the more they are actually trying to hide as deviants and sadistic sexual abusers. 

What is most disgusting about all this behavior is that the perpetrators have a belief that they are of a higher order than the rest of us, that what they do is on a different set of rules.  Such as the Epstein situation where he supposedly committed suicide and just sort of disappeared from the criminal scene after he was caught having sexual relationships with underaged girls.  Epstein was facilitating sex with very high-level people and because of it, the justice he should have had coming just disappeared from the news, just like the election fraud of President Trump.  Regarding The Lincoln Project, many people knew what John Weaver was doing, but they didn’t say anything about it.  Even during the 2020 campaign as people were aware that Weaver was abusing young boys who were working for him, nobody said anything.  It was behavior that people accepted.  Yet we were supposed to accept that President Trump’s behavior was reprehensible and that he should be removed from office. 

The truth of the matter is that most of these people get into political positions not so they can help manage the country, but because they want to control the law so that they can fulfill their sexual fantasies.  Its not like John Weaver is alone in his actions.  Likely there are many more people just like him than not, and that most of the young people serving in these political apprentice positions are finding themselves abused frequently.  Its not a remote occurrence, and the politicians get away with it because they are the law.  They get into those positions so they can be abusive, and their stations give them a cover story toward their aims at sex abuse.  Even if you take John Weaver’s poor excuse for his behavior by saying that he loves his wife and kids but that he’s a homosexual, nobody who is that confused about what they are should be telling anybody how to live or advise them on political matters.  The Anti-Trump Lincoln Project was never about making the Republican party better, it was always about preserving a system of abuse that the political class enjoyed, and Trump was unraveling that in front of their faces, and they hated him for it. 

As a former Playboy, I have always trusted Trump because much of that behavior is a phase in people’s lives, and obviously being married to Melania was good for Donald Trump.  It was the focus he needed to do bigger and better things in his life.  And with him, he never ran from his past.  But when it comes to these do-gooder John Weaver types, I always worry about them.  I would like to believe they are what they say they are, but often their activism for goodness is a smokescreen for perversions that they are trying to hide from even themselves.  And the ease for which other people knowingly accepted the behavior says that they too have the same problems.  Nobody who enters their adulthoods still thinking about stupid sex issues should be in a position to legislate or shape public policy about anything.  Anybody who is a homosexual trying to still maintain a fake marriage and being a fake father to fake kids is doing far more damage to our societal network than President Trump ever could have under any malicious circumstances.  People like John Weaver are what’s wrong with the world, or the Prince Andrews of the world looking for underaged sex under the tutelage of Jeffery Epstein. 

I would go as far to say that if a legislator is thinking about sexual fantasies at all, they are not qualified to be in any kind of power and should be removed.  If someone is in their middle ages and they are still looking for sex with boys and girls, they should not be in politics.  The art of politics should involve people who no longer care about those kinds of things.  Sex is a small part of our overall lives, its safe to say that if anybody is spending more than 1% of their week thinking about any kind of sex, they are facilitating a mental deficiency.  They certainly shouldn’t be running a political group like The Lincoln Project.  Instead, we have learned that John Weaver isn’t the exception, he’s the norm. 

We should all be insulted that all the action against Trump was intent to provide cover for these sexual escapades while trying to transfer psychologically the crime to the President when in all actuality, he was totally innocent.  It’s a sign of our troubling times where the people who are most guilty of the crimes of our nation are in fact the policy makers and legal minds shaping our culture.  And that they aren’t making policy for the good of mankind, but for the ability to have sex with an underaged kid and to hide the vile behavior behind morality.  By criticizing Trump for his approach to management, it provides an illusion that the critics are on the up and up, hiding from the public that they are really much more evil than what they accuse others of being.  And we get a full understanding from the John Weaver case within The Lincoln Project, that these sexual abuse stories are just the tip of the iceberg, that there is much more to these stories than what we are told, because nobody has the courage to address them in public.  Because in all honesty, there are more people functioning from sexual disfunction than there are out of truth, justice, and the American way.  President Trump tried hard to be honorable and respectful to the office of the president, but what The Lincoln Project losers really wanted is a JFK, an imperfect person who had sexual problems too and functioned from those types of weaknesses.  Knowing that, should concern us all about everything political. 

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The Windmills of Texas was a Terrible, Liberal Idea: When Democrats want to kill people to save their idea of the earth worship

I’ve seen them before, the windmills that are now part of so many power grids all across the nation.  Recently on a long drive through the American West I was able to see them up close as many truckers who supply our many businesses do, driving down from Kansas into Oklahoma and on into Texas and New Mexico you can’t miss them.  There are vast expanses of those windmills for as far as you can see.  It was a major investment that was impressive.  The size of them was impressive.  But after a while they lose their mystique and they just become eye pollution.  Now, if they worked wonderfully, perhaps all that eye noise on the vast landscape would be worth it.  But as we learned especially in Texas as they were hit with a century unique snowstorm, which I was right in the middle of, that the windmills froze up and became useless making many people in Texas completely vulnerable to the zero-degree temperatures.  It was a complete disaster to allow wind power to become such a part of the Texan power grid, its no wonder that the governor Greg Abbott was the first state in the country this week in removing the statewide mask mandate.  After that mess, he owed the people of Texas some relief, which he’s a good governor and was smart enough to realize.  The lesson here was that if you follow liberal policies, even a little bit, that doom is soon to follow and that is precisely what happened to Texas with its over commitment to wind power. 

Fortunately, I was there to be able to see that disaster up close, the windmill failures.  I felt sorry for everyone, but luckily, Texas was able to get back to warmer weather much faster than other parts of the country would have been, if not the deaths would have been much higher.  This was just another example of how stupid liberal energy policies are, or just mitigations for what they perceive as climate change.  Every year California goes through their wildfire season which is essentially a massive case of mismanagement of forest undergrowth because they put perceived environmental concerns over the logic of real science that is beneficial to human beings.  The desire to eliminate human energy footprints in the world due to superstitious concerns has proved to be the most treacherous aspect of their energy policies, which can be seen obviously in the loss of power in Texas during the 2021 unique snowstorm.  Its exactly the same kind of lunacy as we have experienced under Covid-19.  Bad liberal management of resources and future forecasts of crises management.  The amount of failures that we are seeing that come from liberal policies should terrify anybody downstream of their mistakes and the evidence is now impossible to ignore. 

In Ohio, there was much scandal made of the Ohio Republicans in conjunction with the bailouts of two nuclear power plants.  In spite of the FBI assisting efforts of liberals to torpedo the deal that would preserve nuclear energy in Ohio it should be obvious to everyone what was really going on.  The same greenie weenie policies from environmentalists who want to cover Ohio with windmills and solar power, without really understanding the long-term consequences should be obvious to everyone by now.  They want more than anything to control the people of Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma—everywhere by controlling how much power people can get, so that they can forcibly remove human beings carbon footprint as the end result of their activism.  Its not about providing successful energy needs in a next generation state, its about limiting the power consumption of the human race by weening them off the needs for power.  But while all that activism is applied, nobody thinks about not having power for weeks on end when the temperature outside a home is below zero, and there is a very real chance of people dying.  The dysfunctional desire to preserve the earth while killing off human beings is something every legislator should be concerned about.  We continue to see time and time again that liberals do not care about the results of their decisions as they may inconvenience human beings.   They see humans as an impediment to their case of earth worship and their politics and science is bent to reflect their intellectual deficiencies.

Based on what we know now, we should understand that nothing liberals propose in regard to energy source maintenance is for anybody’s good.  We should see every proposal made by liberals as antagonistic toward human endeavor.  The wind power energy generation is a horrendous expense and a technical blemish on reality.  If liberals really cared about the environment, they wouldn’t consider building that many windmills dotting the entire countryside for miles and miles in all directions just to avoid a few nuclear power plants that most people would never see, and would be a lot more reliable in power maintenance.  Just as if they didn’t want to see forest fires every year in the West, they would do grounds maintenance to clear up all the undergrowth and protect people’s homes.  Instead, they secretly want people’s homes destroyed because liberals don’t think the homes should have been built at all in the first place.  The less that humans populate the earth, the better the policy as far as liberals are concerned, and the evidence of their actions comes out every time there is one of these natural disasters, crazy snowstorms, forest fires, hurricanes, etc.  Then when they are caught, the argue that snowstorms are caused by global warming, they say that forest fires are caused by global warming, they say that hurricanes are caused by global warming and that there are only 10 years to correct the situation without a shred of evidence that they can point to for testimony of truth.  There is a whole lot more evidence of election fraud in the 2020 elections than there is that climate change is even a remote concern for our present day.  Yet we are making decisions based on liberal views on climate change while we ignore the other issues that are far more certain.  Meanwhile, people are suffering every time a liberal policy fails, as it did in Texas.

Its one thing to be politically critical of the other side for all kinds of reasons, but its another to be up close and personal when everything fails.  Usually, I only see the liberal stupidity from a television or radio broadcast, from the safety of my home.  But for the windmills freezing up in Texas, I was right there in the middle of it watching it in live time.  And the mass stupidity was obvious.  Without question, the Republicans of Texas got suckered into accepting these greenie weenie proposals from liberals in order to shut them up over some other issue by giving a little here to protect something over there.  But the totality of the failure is that windmills should have never been a part of any deal.  Its easier to say that in hindsight now that the tragedy has occurred.  Nobody knew what would happen to the windmills should a zero-degree snowstorm ever hit Texas.  But now that it happened, the lessons can’t be ignored.  And what we do going forward should be understood for the day after tomorrow.

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A Speakeasy in New Mexico: When living a normal life is against the law

One of the reasons I wanted to go so far away for vacation this year was because I was sick and tired of the government mismanagement of Covid.  I wanted to be around as few people as possible, so my wife and I headed to the deserts of New Mexico in our RV to get away from the world and its stupidity to read books and relax.  The election year of 2020 was rough, I was involved at too many levels over such a long period of time and after I needed to recalibrate.  So, it was a good time to travel out into the far reaches of the country and get a sense of things, which we did.  But I didn’t know that New Mexico was still on lockdowns much the way New York and Michigan had been.  Their governor there was an idiot Michelle Lynn Lujan Grisham, who like most of the Democrats during Covid showed exactly why governors can’t be trusted with emergency powers for long periods of time.  They couldn’t handle the pressure and the roots of their political party, always pointed toward personal tyranny revealed itself in policies that were destroying industry.  It was a good thing we were traveling by RV because we had our own kitchen and could eat all of our meals there, because still after all this time Governor Grisham had all the lockdowns in place and there was literally no place to eat.  Struggling restaurants could sell takeout, but there was no seating in a dining room, and the people I talked to were furious about it. 

We traveled all over the state going to see things that I had always wanted to see, but in all those places, dining rooms were closed forcing restaurants to get creative in how they served food just to stay open. In one such instance we stopped by a really small-town way out in the desert.  I won’t say where because one thing all these restaurants are terrified of are narks on Yelp giving them reviews that tip off health terrorists who then come to their places and shut them down for not adhering to the unconstitutional rules of these mindless governors.  Its easy to say to people to fight their challenges out in court, but most of them are operating their businesses day to day, they don’t have the money for a court fight which has only made the blue state governors that much more abusive in their rule making.  Anyway, in this town there was literally only one restaurant and it looked like it had been closed for a very long time.  However, we were 100 miles from anywhere else so we parked the car and walked around it looking for any signs of life within.  My wife was ready to walk away and look for an alternative even though as I said, the next place was literally many miles away so before giving up I pulled on the door, and it came open.

Inside were a surprising number of people, the restaurant was open and there were signs of life.  Now we knew where everyone was in the town, because until that point we saw nobody out walking around.  But with the windows blackened out to the outside world, the owners of this restaurant were openly defying the governor.  And they weren’t even wearing masks.  They were being so defiant.  They were weary to see us at first, but we made fast friends as I let them know how grateful I was to see them open and not mandating masks.  Once we understood each other I was able to get a couple of really delicious hamburgers for $5 each.  Sure, my wife and I were hungry, we had been hiking around in the mountains all day and had very little food up to that point, but that hamburger was as good as any gourmet hamburger I had ever had.  As we ate there were families with their kids coming and going, everything was very festive.  The sheriff came in and made a purchase, so it was good to see the town supporting this little place, and the law defying the tyranny of the incompetent governor.  It was a very happy day and exactly what I had gone on vacation to see.  People behaving as normal, defying the stupid Covid restrictions that our out-of-control government had been using to provide cover for their election fraud intentions of 2020.  It was a step back to the way the world was, and how it should be again. 

Everyone knows my opinion on Covid-19.  Its always been a scam, a method of putting a muzzle on humanity by changing the rules of the game.  In 2019 people would have called Covid a cold and people would have fought through it only to get better again.  In 2020 to pave the way for election fraud later that year the government changed the rules of how we measure a cold and tried an experiment which has impacted most everyone in North America and cost them many billions of dollars in value.  Especially restaurants who like this little place in New Mexico were unfairly targeted barely hanging on to their livelihoods.  And the government will never admit to their complicity in the matter, into the many lives they have destroyed just so they could control the election results with mail-in ballots.  Democrats were hoping to cancel all in person voting in 2020, but Trump was already showing the hypocrisy of the mask mandates and the social distancing by hosting full on maskless rallies where people were packed together concert style.  My opinion about Covid isn’t popular because people don’t want to admit to themselves just how evil government can be and was during 2020 just to gain more political power, but history will remember it all well, and my opinion will become more popular as time progresses.  That’s how we arrived here, but even now, over a year later, with a vaccine out and an obvious end to Covid well on the horizon, case counts are dropping, but the liberal governors are still clamoring to their emergency powers because they love the authority, and have abused their power terribly, to much cost of the people they are supposed to represent.  As long as people believe there is danger, they can get away with their abuse of power.  But the moment people realize its all been a scam, well then that’s where the problems start. 

It was good for me to see so many people calling bullshit on the Covid virus.  They were open, the whole town was supportive of the decision, and they weren’t even wearing masks because they had figured out the obvious.  It helped them that they were in the middle of nowhere, far away from Albuquerque and the Marxist college towns that made New Mexico a blue state.  But given that remoteness, they were also the first to see the truth of the scam, and to defy unconstitutional rules that cost them but cost the government nothing to issue.  It may have been one of the best hamburgers I had ever had, and we did give them a very big tip.  I didn’t mind, I felt compelled to support them for their bold decision, a decision that the rest of the world will eventually have to arrive to.  For me, in the middle of the desert far away from everything, I had found what I was looking for and it gave me hope, which was very much needed.

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