The Destruction of the Georgia Guidestones: A world war nobody has been talking about between the religions of Christ and the underground cults of nature worship

Since they were erected in Georgia, right in the middle of the Bible Belt, the Georgia Guidestones have been a tourist attraction dedicated to the New World Order, complete with occult references toward planetary religions and an intent to de-populate the earth and turn the world back to nature; they have always been viewed as an attack on American culture. As many in America were told that we couldn’t have the Ten Commandments in our schools and courtrooms, but we were supposed to accept attacks on our culture like the George Guidestones, it’s easy to see why people celebrated when they were destroyed mysteriously just after the 4th of July. America is a kind nation, built on Christianity, complete with a turn-the-other-cheek mindset when satanic challenges seek openly to desecrate the foundation of America and to restore to humanity the same pagan religions that America was born to get away from. There has been an in-your-face arrogance from globalists who have wanted to put up such monuments and dare us to do anything about it. Like the apocalyptic artwork at the Denver airport, the Georgia Guidestones were erected to look like a modern Stonehenge, complete with astrological alignments obviously dedicated to the ancient religion of globalism, nature worship, and the undoing of America. And many visited the Guidestones as a tourist attraction, enchanted by the mystery of who built them and why in 1980, at the start of Ronald Reagan’s presidency. The evidence points to Ted Turner and his crazy communist wife Jane Fonda as the minds behind the madness. These early leftists wanted to take America to a New World Order and were very arrogant about it. But the truth is, the Georgia Guidestones represent an anti-American sentiment that dared us to do something about them. 

When I first heard about the destruction of them, early in the morning just after the 4th of July of 2022, it was evident that it was an inside job, meaning people connected to the club of New World Order advocates, or as they are calling them today, the Liberal World Order. Ted Turner is still alive, although he’s pretty old, and so are a lot of the liberal radicals who are in his club. People celebrated their destruction, and my initial comments were that if people felt they needed to vandalize the monuments to the New World Order, then it shouldn’t be viewed as an act of terrorism but as a “mostly peaceful protest,” based on what we learned from the political left when they sought to burn down our cities, defund the police, promote open borders, advocate for the illegal drug trade and the poisoning of America, vaccine mandates that are killing people, and the destruction of statues and monuments that pay reverence to the heroes of American foundations. It’s only fair to strike back at the New World Order. But not so fast, I thought then and am more convinced now, that it was an inside job and that by blowing them up, the mysterious losers behind the Guidestones were hoping to deflect some of the rage they see coming their way in an ever-growing political movement in America built on a foundation of MAGA. This isn’t the Tea Party anymore, where liberals thought reading books about the real history of America was an act of terrorism. No, there are many in America who are angry; they are angry at the Covid lockdowns, they are angry at the stolen election, especially in Georgia, and the obviously rigged ability behind the Kemp political machine, which serves the globalist uniparty. The electronic voting machines which Kemp put in place and is defending helps the Desecrators of Davos with their global agenda by controlling election results and keeping people from rioting. So Georgia, as indicated by those Georgia Guidestones, just as we see in Denver, was targeted for attack in the middle of traditionally conservative areas, for globalists to impose themselves on the domestic populations and to turn them purple from the inside out through social pressure and stolen elections. 

The silly logic of the whole thing is that it’s easy to know who owns the property on which the Guidestones were built. Its also easy to know who paid for them to be built and who did all the work for the alignments to celestial bodies with drilled holes very precisely placed, that were dedications to an ancient religion centered around nature worship that goes back tens of thousands of years, easily predating any known religion on the face of earth presently. There is a paper trail, and it’s just as much a lie that Covid wasn’t created in a Chinese lab to say that nobody knows. Plenty of people know who built and paid for the Georgia Guidestones. Yet we have been told it’s this mysterious guy under bizarre circumstances, and that’s it. Yet while the destruction of the Guidestones was a criminal act that took place in a residential area and was a crime scene, the construction equipment to destroy them the rest of the way was on site almost before the sun was even up on the same day as the explosion. Nobody moves that fast. Typically there would be investigations for days. Who called them? Someone arranged for the construction crew to arrive within hours to completely destroy the Guidestones, all in the name of “safety.” There were videos there of someone planting a bomb and escaping in a car. But no arrests, nobody even with those cameras has a license plate number. Its as if the authorities in the region wanted to erase the Georgia Guidestones to take away the edge that was forming under a more MAGA America. Globalism is being attacked in the open now. The people who built those antagonizing monuments are likely second-guessing poking the wasp nest of America that they so arrogantly poked and prodded all these years. If authorities wanted to arrest the destroyer of the monuments, they clearly could if they wanted to really know who did it. The most likely explanation is that the people who built the monuments called for their destruction so they could erase the ties to themselves due to the events in the months to come that could expose them as anti-American activists for globalism and the pagan religion of climate change that is essentially the religion of the anti-Christ.

That’s what we are dealing with, the evolution of humanity, and what religions serve best moving into the future. The planet worshiping globalists have an obvious ancient reverence toward nature which was placed clearly upon the Guidestones to align mankind toward nature worship and to reduce the earth’s population to a sustainable level under 500 million, a ridiculously low number. Yet, all of civilization has prospered under the ideas of Christianity, even if we talk about the major destruction by the Catholic Church around the world, killing in the name of Christ all pagan religions that came before. The pagan religions of globalism, of nature worship, went underground only to resurface in the modern age through climate change, the ultimate revenge for mankind’s assertion that nature must serve the minds of man instead of mankind serving nature. They always intended revenge against any Christian nation formed under such ideas, so the Georgia Guidestones were certainly born from this international conflict. And it’s been the Crusades all over again, only instead of fighting over Jerusalem; it’s been over the basic idea of mankind’s place in the history of the cosmos. Yet, most of the innovations that occurred once mankind decided to use the concepts of Christ as the religion that could build nations have been obviously prosperous, and America is the proof. The war against that premise is quite a modern problem. And a reflection of that conflict is the destruction of the Georgia Guidestones, which many celebrated but were built mysteriously and destroyed even more so. However, understanding the nature of the war itself gives a hint into much of what is to come, which won’t be good for the globalists, as they see the writing on the wall and are making plans to go underground once again because the heat is getting hot in the kitchen. And their first priority is their own survival. 

Rich Hoffman

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Christian Values Stand in the Way of the Progressive Death Cult of Abortion: Why there is so much political turmoil over Roe v. Wade

Based on the behavior of the pro-abortion crowd in the wake of Roe v. Wade, there is a lot more going on than just the argument of “my body, my choice.” Without question, abortion for the political left is all about the destruction of the American family by desecrating one of its most sacred unions, sex. When the currency of sex is cheapened and given away freely without consequence, the institution of marriage is destroyed, and the wish-fulfillment of progressives can begin. Sex without consequence and without value so that government can replace the central roles with authority figures is at the core of their strategy. The idea under attack was that if a man managed to get a woman pregnant, that he would be obliged to marry her and raise the child under marital bliss was the core tenant of the progressive attack. The rest of the marriage might progress under sexless circumstances and the couple only being together for the benefit of the child, and lots of resentments would ensue. But, if abortion could wipe away all the responsibility, then government could replace the pressure with a cheapened version of relationship building and then could introduce all kinds of perversions, such as gay relationships, gender-neutral lifestyles, and the eventual destruction of masculinity to make way for a mass collapse of society allowing for it to be rebuilt under new gods and authority figures, all from the radical point of view of the political left.

However, based on the reaction of many after the Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme Court to abandon the activism of the court in the first place and to return the issue of abortion back to the states for resolution, there is obviously more going on than just a policy decision. The ability to have an abortion has meaning to progressives that go far beyond the strategic ability to destroy the concept of family and replace it with government. Watching the behavior and anger of many in the wake of the Supreme Court decision, there is only one conclusion that could be made by comparing that behavior to what is known in history. And that is that many in the progressive movement are looking to abortion for further strategies that aren’t being talked about but are at the center of their belief systems and ones that paint them as evil and vile concerning the needs of the human race by allowing for the idea that the progressive left’s belief in abortion as a social norm, that there is an occult element to their desires that extend well beyond political policy. Considering the past of Alister Crowley and the Golden Dawn radicals, who were spinoffs of the Freemasonry movement coming out of Europe, the seeking of blood sacrifices, as was common in most city-dwelling societies throughout history, then suddenly abortion makes much more sense within the view of a massive death cult political in nature. Its always been the belief that sacrificing humans and releasing their life energy, the fuel that makes a human life live, that agents of the spirit world could be conjured up and used for maleficent practices. The belief persists in many cultures and over vast periods and has always been a part of liberal culture. There is no reason to conclude that the practice suddenly went away in the 20th and 21st centuries. Instead, it became stronger and much more widespread. Only now, the sacrifices were being done on a mass scale before a child was physically born from a mother creating the opportunity to kill many more lifeforms to appeal to a massive global desire for a blood cult to be satisfied for mass ritual conduct. 

It doesn’t take long to learn that many of the gods of the progressive movement are not of the Christian kind. Religion centered around the teachings of Jesus Christ has been attacked for many decades by these liberal groups. Now, with the strange obsession with gay sex and the in-your-face insistence on drag queens in public education, we are now seeing desires to incorporate insane perversions into mainstream life; we are witnessing rituals designed to appeal to the pagan cults of yesteryear hiding behind the mask of climate change and coming out of Europe where Celt beliefs and other gods of nature were worshipped and appealed to for cultures over many thousands of years.   So given the antagonism that the political left has for Christianity and their reverence for “mother earth” worship, it’s only logical that abortion to them is a mass sacrifice to the collective nature of humanity as a global civilization that is viewed as secondary to the power of the planet itself. And if those sacrifices can occur before there is an actual, “defined birth” while the child is still in the womb, a more consistent sacrifice can be made to those gods of progressive belief, on a much more vast scale, and that they can get the medical community to commit the deed and give the malevolent spirits of existence energy to feast on and conduct great injustice on the concept of the world created by Judeo-Christian belief, that mankind is dominant over nature. For the progressive, the goal is to return mankind into subservience to nature and ultimately appeal to it with a blood cult of death and destruction on bended knee. 

Given the propensity of weakness in the liberal view of the world that has no answers or desires for them toward a creative world of mankind’s domination over nature, for nature to serve society, it is evident that all roots of progressive politics point toward mass collectivism, where identities are stripped away and lives sacrificed to the demons of the underworld for reverence to ancient characters in worship to the earth. Liberals are enormously insecure creatures, so they perpetually seek to hide themselves in group associations. To best serve that cause, appealing to those long dead or dying energies makes perfect sense. They are not interested in a society that produces answers and build material wealth. They see all that as an assault on their mother earth and the spirits that fuel it all toward the safety net of history where they can hide their timid personalities behind blood sacrifices literally on a massive, global death cult. Abortion, to the progressive, is the essence of their religion and the reason they are so upset over the Roe v. Wade decision. It’s not just a policy decision for them; it’s a religion that defines life and death in eternal aspects. And for the mind of the Christian, which they hate for the standards upon society that were molded from it, they desire evil, and destruction and a return to the world of the pagan primitive, to the gods of nature, and to put all decision making into the reality of the supernatural. They view the minds of humanity to be corrupted by their desire for a material world, and their goal is to return humans and all of history back to nature for it to do what it will. And to prove it, they have a blood cult of abortion to appease the old gods with reckless, pointless sex, and when that sex produces a pregnancy, then another sacrifice can be made to those ancient evils that have always feasted on the flesh of the innocent. And so long as that Christian world is there to judge them for their vile behavior, they will never sit unattended for schemes of malice and destruction.

Rich Hoffman

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J.D. Vance is Right About Women in the Workplace: The corporate job was not worth destroying the American family

I think the J.D. Vance comment about women in the workplace was a very smart thing to say, even though it was apocalyptic to the progressives in politics. Apparently, it’s still a very controversial thing even to question women’s role in the workplace; even now, in 2022, where we are re-thinking just about everything politically in American society. In a Tweet at the end of June, J.D. Vance said, “If your worldview tells you that it’s bad for women to become mothers but liberating for them to work 90 hours a week in a cubicle at the New York Times or Goldman Sachs, you’ve been had.” He said that in reaction to comments made in the wake of Roe v. Wade, which was overturned by the Supreme Court, leaving progressive politicians apocalyptic because it attacks a basic premise of the Democrat Party over the last 100 years. The assumption was that women were equal to men; to prove it, they needed to be in the workplace, paid the same, and expected to be the same in every way possible. However, now we see something I have been saying all my adult life. I’ve never been on board with the progressive premise for women, and the facts have proven the pitfalls more than valid. The question isn’t whether having a career makes a woman equal to a man or socially viable. The real question in society is whether a career is the priority over building a family and who does what task to maintain the social priorities within a marriage.

What is amazing about this specific time is that the MAGA movement, which J.D. Vance represents as an Ohio senate candidate, is about questioning the basic assumptions regarding all progressive positions made over the last century. It’s not enough to be a conservative; the new Trump emergence of MAGA conservatives is to question what we have seen and done as a country and to define what actually makes America Great and how we can do it again. And increasingly, we are asking these kinds of questions, which were off the table in progressive political discussions. Women in the workplace and the death cult of abortion are taboo subjects at the center of their entire political platform. But I have argued for years that women would have gained the right to vote, the right to own property, and many other issues of equality because of the American Constitution, regardless of socialist, progressive politics sticking its noses into micromanaging family life in the United States. Yet, at the core of the progressive movement was something much more sinister, becoming apparent to many more people over the last several years, especially since the Trump presidency challenged progressives in ways they were never prepared for. Progressives were intent on destroying the concept of the American family. The goal was to put a husband and wife into a corporate job and let the state raise the children. And now we see with the push from progressives to assert gay rights, to have drag queens in public schools, and to start teaching sex education under the third grade, there is a sinister reason that they wanted moms away from their children and slaving away at some ridiculous job as J.D. says, 90 hours a week so that women could earn the respect of their peers at the next wine tasting. 

Women are second-guessing everything now that we’ve seen a few generations of this behavior, and many women are starting to question whether or not it was all worth it openly. They went out and obtained their degree, worked in the power job, and played the corporate game. But then their kids grew up resenting them because they weren’t there and were always busy. They had a nice house to live in, cars, and food in the refrigerator. But that nurturing family environment that all humans crave was left lacking, and the government could not provide a viable substitute. I’ve watched this trend, I know quite a few power couples, and many of them have turned to the housewife life for their own survival of marriage and family. Those who could best afford it have put their families first, and that often means having someone in the home who runs it like a CEO runs a business. There is a lot to running a family, and the trend emerging now that we’ve seen past mistakes is to put family more as a priority in the future. My mom was a stay-at-home mom in the heart of the 70s when the social pressure to get out into the workplace was incredibly brutal. I watched her be tormented for her decisions all her life. I married a woman who wanted to stay home with our kids, and we’ve now been married for over 30 years, and it was worth it. It was even more challenging for her. But recently, with Melania Trump making the same decisions in a high-profile White House that people could see was running correctly, a lot of younger people like J.D. Vance and his wife, who jumped through all the hoops, went to all the right schools, are asking themselves if the career priority life was worth it. And for many, it just isn’t. It’s a path to an elderly life of misery and lots of regrets. 

This is just another doomsday scenario for progressives, which under the pressure of the MAGA movement, do not have good answers to any of these questions. We’ve watched corporate influence on humanity spiral out of control, especially in the wake of Covid, where the government game became very apparent with the vaccine mandates. If you wanted a job, you had to get the jab, and this opened the door for homeschooling options and to protect the home by having the woman in a family stay home to protect it and the children. The corporate/government alliance was just too much, and people saw the ugly face of it too quickly, which is where we find ourselves today. People are more than validated to start asking questions about all things progressive. Was it all worth it to put career before family so that you could tell your friends and neighbors that you had a powerful job and were equal to men in the world? For many women, it’s not enough. Corporate life has led them to a miserable life, and they are now old enough to cast an opinion about it in the voting booth. And J.D. Vance understands this problem very well. If you want to make America Great Again, do you start with a priority for the American family, or do you stand by the corporations so they can have easy access to labor, who have just sold us all out to the Desecrators of Davos dedicated to the same progressive causes that have destroyed the fossil fuel industry and cost us all many more dollars at the fuel pump for basic necessities? In the hundred-year march of progressive politics, they moved toward our destruction with a steady drumbeat until 2016, when President Trump was elected, and MAGA became a real  political platform, which rattled progressives. And over the last six years, they have accelerated their plans, especially with Covid, and it has instigated a tipping point for many people where they are now prepared to ask the kind of questions that J.D. Vance is asking. And for many women, the answer is no. The cubicle job has not been worth it at the expense of their families. They were promised by progressive politicians, like Hillary Clinton, that they could have it all. But now reality has set in, and they have buyer’s remorse. And they are voting based on the result. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Darkest Days in America are Behind Us: Now the hard work starts, winning and staying hungry to continue to win

The hardest part about winning is staying hungry for the next victory, precisely where I see America presently. Of course, that doesn’t discount all the bad effects we are witnessing today, the results of stacks and stacks of losses where Americans allowed themselves to be suckered by a globe full of losers. The high gas prices, the inflation numbers, the transvestites in our public schools are all signs of a dead culture if you look at face value, the results of terrible liberal management unleashed upon us all. What we see as death, destruction and mayhem are the results of losing to Democrats because we were too kind to smash their faces into the harsh reality of competency. Yet, after the Roe v. Wade ruling by the Supreme Court and many other judgments they have made, the success of the many Trump endorsements in recent primaries and how the midterms are shaping up, how the Constitution has served as the ultimate backstop to global tyranny, the darkest days are behind us in America. It might not feel that way when you go to the grocery in this disastrous Biden economy. But we are in a far better position now than we were in the winter of 2021 when Joe Biden was inaugurated and Trump pushed out of the White House. Rush Limbaugh died; by all appearances, the bad guys were winning in the world and would continue to do so forever. Covid was in full bloom, and mask mandates and authoritarian restrictions were permeating everywhere. I remember at that precise time traveling in New Mexico and staring out into the vast deserts near White Sands and contemplating the end of America. Compared to those days, we have obviously turned the corner as a nation, even though the effects of the bad management over the last two years have now caught up to us.

It’s one thing to get caught off guard by thieves and scum bags who intentionally rob us and destroy our country all along. But as I watch the follies of the January 6th trial and the disaster of the special emergency testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson shows just how thin the Democrat case really always has been.   It was a desperation shot from mid-court by a team losing 90 to 2 in a basketball game that was over before the clock even started. The only reason there is damage to our country now and all the chaos we see playing out is because we were too nice to our opponents and did not have the heart to destroy them when we should have. We fed them and hoped they wouldn’t grab hold and try to kill us. Of course, they are killers and know nothing else but death and destruction. It was our fault that we didn’t guard ourselves against their intentions. But the cat is out of the bag now. Many of the things conservatives have warned about regarding the Democrat Party, that it has its roots in Marxism, that it’s a death cult, that they intend to sell out America to globalism ultimately, are now seen by even moderate voters. They are turning away from Democrats by the millions. From my perspective, who have been warning about these very things for decades, it is good to see that people finally have a reference to draw from. It’s a shame our economy had to be wrecked to do it. But it has been good for people to live and learn through this time because there will be a way to repair it all at the end of the tunnel. Republican politics will be the answer to all the problems we are seeing, and up to this point, getting people to look at those problems has been the biggest challenge. Now that those problems have been up in everyone’s face and they have no choice but to look at them, we are finally starting to have an honest discussion about what to do about it. 

But that’s when things really get hard. Winning is hard. Losing is easy. After a victory, it’s very difficult to maintain the energy to go out and do it again. Yet that is what we must do. We can’t be satisfied with the Constitutional victories against vaccine mandates, which stopped the spread of Covid around the world. Many places around the globe that do not have constitutions like the one we have in America are still on lockdown protocols. If not for America, the tyranny would still be ruling the world. And there are no Supreme Courts in other countries that provide checks on power, as we have seen over gun rights and abortion in America. In most places in the world, power is unleashed through minority oligarchs. They don’t have Supreme Courts that can put checks on out-of-control power, which is ultimately what has saved America from the destruction that had been long-planned. It has been scary to see the ill intentions of our attackers, but the Supreme Court was always there, using the Constitution as a backstop to evil. It’s been tested like never before, and it has held, and we should all be happy about that. But we must now take what we know and fight for what’s right and win the next day and the next. To keep winning and to have the hunger to do it. It’s not enough to say that the unique American system of checks and balances worked when global tyranny was most aggressive on our doorstep for world domination. A single win is not enough; what is needed is a series of victories and embarrassing ones for the enemies of America that will destroy them ultimately. For what they did, compassion is stupidity. 

The trick will be to still be hungry for wins after the midterms and Republicans sweep their seats in the House and Senate. When Republicans get control of the out-of-control Biden White House and start to untangle the damage done by it and make that long climb out of the darkness, we have found ourselves in over the last several years. History books will remember this period as worse than the Civil War, worse than The Great Depression, worse than all the World Wars, and worse than any period America has endured over a short period of existence. We don’t think of it in real-time because we have been living it. But time will remember the fear and burden of what happened to us with Covid, election fraud, and the purposeful collapse of the American dollar by foreign attackers coming through the backdoor of finance. So we deserve our share of victory and to celebrate the defeat of our enemies. But on those days of victory, when the danger is averted, that is when the real challenges start. There is much to do, and there will be a period between 2022 and 2024 where things won’t be so tricky because Republicans will be in charge. When those days come, and the Democrats are crying for “fairness,” remember what they did when they thought we were all going to die. And work even harder for victories in those coming days and rub their faces in the smell of defeat. And make them like it, and don’t let up. Make the destruction of the Democrat Party the goal of victory and never stop. Because of what they did, they deserve complete and ultimate destruction. They do not deserve compassion or even polite consideration.

Rich Hoffman

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Joe Biden, the Hapless Loser: A physical manifestation of failure

They didn’t talk about it much when it happened that President Biden fell up the stairs on his way to the Jimmy Kimmel Show while boarding Air Force One for the second time. Then while riding his bicycle in Delaware, he actually fell off his bicycle, as if he were a child just learning to ride and forgot to put his foot down when coming to a stop. It looked terrible and incompetent. But as many were pointing to the obvious physical decline of an inserted president, someone that people didn’t pick for president but an administrative state that has so little respect for individual ability that they thought they could just stick a “yes man” into the office and turn him loose, it reminded me of a constant element to any competitive endeavor, pressure and what it can do to a mind not prepared to meet it.   Over this span of time, Biden has been complaining that the Republican Party of today is not that of our fathers and grandfathers. He has been yearning for the days when Republicans were easy to beat by Democrats when the Saul Alinsky playbook held true, and Republicans could be destroyed just by calling them a bad name. No, those days are over, Joe, and he is feeling the pressure. The people who put him in office led him to believe that if he just stood here, and stood there, he would be propped up and respected. But that’s not how it is in this new Republican age of the MAGA movement. People got a taste from Trump of what a real president could do, and this artificial mess of the Biden presidency is putting pressure on all Democrats that they are not prepared to deal with. Biden is showing that pressure with these constant mistakes he makes in public. He is the physical manifestation of failure, and it is showing itself in his daily actions.

The mainstream news outlets, particularly Fox News, thought the ten loser Republican senators who showed they were willing to compromise on gun legislation were doing what was expected in politics. For them, it looked like they could talk about “bipartisan” activity on the topic of gun legislation. But they really wanted the typical Republican response to reports lately that there has been gun violence and, therefore, a political push to further erode the Second Amendment and, thus, the Constitution itself. By watching ten senators like Mitt Romney and Rob Portman buckle under the constant media pressure, some hoped that this meant the old tricks would work, where Republicans always caved to the name-calling of the Democrats and that “compromise” could be found and that legislation could be bipartisan. But concern erupted when those ten senators were left on an island by the Republican Party, and MAGA supporters condemned their compromise aggressively. No, this was not the Republican Party of our fathers, the one that loses all the time and is always up for a compromise while Democrats stand together and give up nothing. They are the party of take, take, take, and they never bend to compromise. To them, that has been what the Republican Party has been to politics, the party of compromise, and if they resisted, they would be called names until they did compromise. It’s been a one-sided game that conservative people have become sick of, and they have been seeking new types of Republicans for years, creating the MAGA movement in America.

I have been watching and participating in this process for years. First, we could see it in the various central committees at the local level, where the topic of RINOs was brought up in the early Tea Party days. In my area, I knew Rob Portman when he was first getting started, and John Boehner is one of my neighbors, so he always comes up. When he was Speaker of the House, he thought he was one of the most conservative people on planet earth, and his most significant accomplishment was in bringing the Pope to Congress. He was stunned to learn that area people were calling him a RINO starting around 2012, along with Governor Kasich at the time, who was too prone to compromise with Democrats over just about everything. After all, to them, that’s what politics was all about, compromise. Well, people were getting tired of losing, and this was before there was ever a Trump on the national stage in politics. At that time, he only had a television show and wrote best-selling books. People wanted Republicans to fight back, not to compromise with evil. Not to compromise with people who obviously wanted to destroy American life in every way that we know it. Compromising with evil was giving it power. I was with a senator at the time who was called a RINO to his face by people he thought respected him. He was a good guy playing by what he thought were the rules of politics, to be the bigger person and lead by example. The expectation was that if we gave a little, then the other side would give a little, and in that way, progress would get done. But, in truth, Democrats just kept taking, and taking, and taking. They never gave up anything. So that made the RINOs look like fools, and voters were tired of fools who didn’t win. So they voted for President Trump and have stuck with him no matter what because he has been the only politician in their memory who promised them victory. And for a win, they will put up with a lot to get it, and they sure have.

As Biden fell off his bicycle, he was obviously playing way over his head. This was not the job they had promised him. The administrative state has lost control, and Biden is the puppet left on the stage without a hand to guide it. So, he’s making mistakes all over the place. He can’t handle the pressure because he was never meant to. And he’s constantly complaining because he’s craving the “old-fashioned” Republicans who used to let Democrats win all the time. If only they could get back to those days. The fact that he’s complaining about it as much as he is says everything about the public pressure behind the scenes. He’s a hapless old man who has lost his political savvy and often repeats what his 20-something political radicals in his administration say. They don’t know what to do, they are losing to Republicans in every way it can be measured, and their party isn’t built for any of it. Democrats are built to use the Saul Alinsky playbook to harass conservatives into making all the compromise, while the Democrats spread vast evil across the world and call it “bipartisanship.” Voters are sick of that deal and have been for a long time. Trump is the leader of the MAGA movement for now, but slowly these Democrats are starting to learn, people want winners in the Republican Party. And other Republicans like Ron DeSantis are figuring out that formula, and the cat is out of the bag. I’ve been watching the process for a long time, and I can say it’s not going back to those RINO compromises. Instead, destroying the Democrat Party is what voters want, especially after what happened in the events leading up to 2020. And the pressure on Democrats is tremendous, and they are showing that the pressure is getting to them in all kinds of little ways, particularly in crashing bicycles and falling down just going up steps. 

Rich Hoffman

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The Lakota School Board Created the National Circus: They want short meetings, and Darbi Boddy asks too many questions

There is a big difference between making mistakes and purposeful maliciousness. What Darbi Boddy did as a Lakota school board member was make a few mistakes. At the last meeting, I pointed this out to the board by giving a brief history of mistakes the Lakota school board had made, precisely one that resulted in an embarrassing lawsuit last year that cost many thousands of dollars. As a new board member, Darbi has been asking lots of questions. Still, the radical element has been aggressive toward her, primarily since she worked immediately to remove mask mandates at the school. Darbi Boddy was targeted right out of the gate, which wasn’t unexpected. But what was surprising was the level of activism that the school board would take to use whatever mistakes Darbi Boddy made as a new school board member to create a public circus just to get her to resign. Darbi, I think, has been a good school board member, and it was the job of the rest of the board members to reach out and to build a team with her instead of plotting behind the scenes to get rid of her because she didn’t fit a mold they saw as being on their school board membership. The voters picked the board, and the school board, along with Matt Miller, the superintendent, became activists to remove Darbi Boddy with a classic trick of social ostracization and peer pressure to force her to resign for a mistake only six months into the first term. The result was a national spectacle that was grossly unfair to Darbi. It was a level of activism that told many stories, but the worst of all was in its doing and the lack of responsibility that anybody utilized in the aftermath. The school board itself acted as if Darbi brought all this negative attention to Lakota when they tried to use the media and the radical element churned up for blood to destroy Darbi Boddy in every way they could. 

For me, what started years ago to simply fight school levies to keep the costs down of tax burdens in our school district, I have grown to hate Lakota schools over the years. I don’t think Lakota does anything well for the kids. I would argue that even the sports programs are unhealthy for the kids and their future culture once they’ve graduated. The more I have learned about public education, the more I hate it. So after the last election, I felt that Darbi Boddy and Issac Adi, the two newest board members, did care about public education. A lot more than I did, so they might be able to make Lakota the best it can be for the taxpayers who are forced to contribute small fortunes to essentially a progressive institution that works against them politically.   I heard at that last meeting Issac’s statements about not wanting to be on the news, and all his experience as a program manager with Master’s Degrees in college, because he was struggling to understand what a school board member at Lakota was all about. I felt sympathy for him, Issac is a very good person, and he means the best for all lives he touches. I think he and Darbi make the school board better, and maybe they’ll actually help some kids along the way. I was happy with their elections, so I stayed out of Lakota business because I personally find the whole thing sickening. Everything about public schools is political, and they aren’t my kind of politics. So I’m not eager to waste my time at their stupid meetings. All they have is a parade of complaints of below-the-line thinking from a unionized mindset that projects that more money is always needed to solve their problems. And to get that money, kids are always used as hostages to move public sentiment. So if I can put Lakota out of my mind and forget about it as much as possible, I’m a happy guy. If they drag me into their mess, well, then I’m not so happy. 

Politics is a blood sport, which I say all the time. Nobody really likes each other about much of anything. Politics, then, is a game where people use each other to achieve whatever objective they find bounces around in their minds. It is those skills specifically that I think Darbi Boddy has that make her better than most in school board business.   The greatest weakness in any school board culture is the Ohio School Board Association which turns the whole effort more into a country club mindset than anything practical for the business management of a district. What ends up happening is that the OSBA runs cover for the radical elements of progressive public schools, focusing on damage control of public image over the substance of actual management of resources united through political friendships and peer pressure. Darbi went into the school board without needing to have the illusions of friendships and being free of peer pressure. She has a nice family at home, a husband she enjoys, and is a dedicated mom, which is good enough for her. Going into the election, I thought that she had the potential to actually be helpful as a school board member at Lakota because of those traits. But she didn’t feel a need to maintain illusionary friendships aimed at group consensus, and this was a problem for the traditional way of running a school board, so things got off to a rough start from minute number one. Perhaps when Matt Miller gave Darbi and Issac their fruit baskets as a gift at the beginning of the year, they all would have gotten along better if they had given Darbi something she actually wanted. Whatever the case, the board would have done better to make political friends with Darbi than they did. Instead, they looked to destroy her because the value system was featured on cooperation and politics than on actually doing the job for the school.

The result of the school board approach with Matt Miller playing his role of passive-aggressive assassin was to use the media and the mob to push Darbi Boddy off the board with scandal, like a Shakespearean play. They could have used some of Darbi’s rookie mistakes to bond with her and do team building which is how such things are done in the professional world. Everyone would have understood, after all, the board as a body had made more than its fair share of serious mistakes over the years. Nothing that Darbi had done was malicious. There is a hostile political element in Lakota that the board should be fighting as members of management. Not yielding to. That radical element seeks to take away the management ability of the board at every juncture, and the net result of that is always more money.   At that last school board meeting, the seeds were certainly being planted for a future tax increase. The cost of diesel was going up, so busing was getting too expensive.

Teachers weren’t feeling safe in a post-Covid world; what would Lakota do to prevent teachers from leaving for other districts? The subtext of all the conversations was “more money.”  And what always costs more money is a lack of management which the political radicals at Lakota purposely interject always to keep the school board on its heels. And when they can get the board fighting each other, as they were baited into doing against Darbi Boddy, well then, of course, the result is continuously increased costs and unregulated monstrosities. The excuse that while the board was focused on shoving Darbi Boddy off the board, one of the schools needed an extended parking lot for increased busing, which would cost more money and create a need for another tax levy. All the while, to cover up the hard decisions with obvious indecision, Darbi Boddy made a convenient punching bag. The superintendent and other board members who aren’t getting paid want to go home. They don’t like long marathon meetings, and Darbi won’t shut up about her questions.   So they attacked her to push her off the board so that perhaps they could get back to 45-minute meetings again, or even 20 minutes. But from what I heard at that last meeting, the Lakota school board needs the questions that Darbi has been asking even more. When you are managing many millions of dollars, those meetings should be every bit of 4 to 5 hours. And if they take 12 to 15 hours, then that is what should be done if managing all those schools, all those progressive employees, and all the variables in between is required not to have to ask the public for more money. At that May 9th meeting, I heard that the superintendent and the board wanted to be lazy, and they wanted to get rid of the person who wanted to work the hardest so that they wouldn’t have to.   And they created the embarrassing national circus so they wouldn’t have to do the work that the taxpayers expected.

Rich Hoffman

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I Hate Slow People: Speed is the key to a good American life

One of the most painful things in the world for me to deal with is slow people. I’ve always been attracted to fast draw with guns, and I have spent a lot of time practicing Cowboy Fast Draw over the years, working out the details of my book, The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business. But before any of that, I have always driven fast, very fast. I do everything fast because speed is how I have been able to do so many things in my life in such a short period. My attitude certainly clashes with people when I go to Europe. They can be friendly people, but they are sloooooooowwwww at everything. If a psychologist were to peel back my hatred of progressives and Democrats in general, they would discover that my reasoning is that they think too much like slow-minded people worldwide, especially in Europe. In Europe, they will often indicate that there is no reason to be in a hurry to get anywhere, just to relax. Well, that’s not acceptable to me, so when I talk about fast draw with guns, that is a place where I am in my happiest place, in working with time in fractions of a second rather than minutes and hours or even days. I talk about often in my book of the benefit of thinking fast, professionally because it allows you to do many things in a business day that might take others weeks to do, even on the executive side of a business.

I find that in my life, I often do in a day what many who are in leadership might consider reasonable in a week. And when I say all that, I don’t mean it as a reckless endeavor.   Accuracy, to me, is just as important. The lazy people of the world have created a falsehood: speed happens as a compromise to accuracy, and that just isn’t the case. Instead, it displays good people against bad people, and speed has a value that brings to light a person’s quality. It is most often the case that lazy, stupid people are also deliberately slow, and they are the first to say that if they go too fast, they will make a mistake. All that says to me is that the person using speed as an excuse is simply trying to use the fear of a low-quality experience to cover for their lack of skill.

For whatever reason, over these last several months, I have dealt with more government pinheads than usual. Maybe with Covid gone and just realizing it, they have finally come out of their homes and back into the workplace. But they are back, and when you deal with them, they are talking the same nonsense as before, only now it is worse. Covid protocols by the slow-minded CDC losers have given the lazy of the world an excuse now. It’s acceptable more than ever to these government types to take the European mindset of slower is better, and we’ll get there eventually. Just this last week, I had to sit through a meeting with one of these guys, who I’m sure is a nice fellow. He probably has kids that love him. Maybe even a wife. But, wow, was he a slow-minded fool. He kept repeatedly saying, “we have to slow down so as not to make a mistake.” I tried to be as polite as I could, but the guy was taking a 15-minute conversation and turning it into 50, and asking for more time, which I never have to give to anybody. At least not some government bureaucrat. I hate government as much as I do because government is slow. The people in it are slow. And I just don’t like slow people. I understand our constitution is meant to slow down the speed of government. I certainly would never stand for the kind of authoritarian government that China has. They argue that they can move fast because they don’t have to get votes. It’s just one person who decides then everyone else follows. They made it look like it works in China by killing off all the types of people who might stand in their way, so in that way, they have made a very compliant society. But, they are still slow; they just don’t transfer that slowness through a bureaucracy. What they do is considerably worse, but it’s all bad in my mind. They measure actions in minutes, which I do in fractions of a second. 

Learning to think as fast as you must in Cowboy Fast Draw is unique to American culture, and it’s something we should be proud of. Thinking fast is hard-working and innovative. Thinking slow is lazy and accepting of the conditions of the world. By practicing a sport that requires a shooter to think in fractions of a second, it also impacts everything else in your life. It won’t take long to become frustrated with the slowness of everyone, the mask-wearing liberal who pulls out in traffic and is too slow to get up to speed, or the slow person fumbling with their groceries at the self-checkout. It takes them too long to bag their food and fumble with the payment display. Or, god forbid, going to the license bureau, participating in the medical industry, or visiting the post office—slow, slow, mind-numbing slow. It is my point of view, based on experience, that the key to American life is speed, not relaxing and waiting for things to happen. Americans make things happen, and they don’t take all day to do them. Part of Making America Great Again is in the speed in doing it. In not hiding laziness behind an illusion of quality. If a person doesn’t slow down, that bad quality will follow. Americans understand that bad quality happens when speed is pressing because the person doing the task is unskilled, and they haven’t spent their lives making themselves faster with practice. They have accepted the low expectations of government and slow-minded cultures as a way to disguise their own mundane outlook on the world. 

I’ve heard the excuse, especially from machining where tolerances are stoned into thousands of inches over a 10′ span, that they could screw up the whole project if they go fast. I say to those people, not if you are good at what you are doing. If you are good, you will be as fast as you can possibly be, even on delicate jobs. Learning to think fast helps a mind process more information, which makes for a better life lived. If speed causes stress, well, it’s because the mind isn’t equipped for it, and it should be. Americans should never accept slowness on anything. Yet that is the new expectation coming out of Covid: we should all slow down, like the Europeans, take our time. Maybe sit back and have some tea and crackers if we get too stressed out. That government pinhead I am referring to is the worst kind of human being, a lazy person who uses slowness as a moral assumption, then projects it to others to explain the lack of effort. And when dealing with such slow people, it is infuriating! 

Rich Hoffman

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Ohio is Now a Blue State: Thanks to Joe Blystone, Republicans have lost the executive branch

First of all, regarding the Ohio governor’s race, the primary, Joe Blystone should feel ashamed of himself for staying in the race and splitting the vote the way he did. I may like the platform of Blystone; he might be my kind of guy. But he never had a chance to win in the primary, and he knew it going into election day. Only Jim Renacci had an opportunity to beat DeWine, and everyone knew it. Even Ron Hood should have stepped out of the race and supported Renacci. Mike DeWine, a sitting governor running for his second term, only had 48% of roughly a million Republican primary voters supporting him in this 2022 election. Renacci pulled in around 28%, while Blystone had 21%. A Trump endorsement would have put Renacci over the top, but I can hear Trump saying right now, “Renacci isn’t a closer. Nice guy, but he can’t close.” What should have happened was Renacci’s task, which they tried several times, was to pull the other candidates under the Renacci ticket. Only on a united front were they going to beat Mike DeWine’s establishment machine. And because everyone didn’t unite, now Republicans have a real problem holding the governor’s seat. Nan Whaley, the former gun-grabbing mayor of Dayton, won her race easily and will now go up against DeWine. So we end up with a Democrat and a Democrat, even though DeWine calls himself a Republican. We have seen enough of him to know he’s no Republican, and to all those conservatives who voted for him, you might as well have voted for Nan Whaley.   DeWine is a criminal, and he must be punished for what he did to Ohio over Covid. He did not win with any kind of mandate; he had less than half the total vote count for an incumbent, which is horrendous. Like me, many conservatives will never punch a ticket for DeWine. I will leave his space blank when it comes time to vote because I will never vote for the criminal Mike DeWine. And there will be many people like me who will do the same thing, which will only help the treacherous liberal Nan Whaley. If she wins, it’s on all those people who voted for Mike DeWine. 

I talked to many people on election day, and I was amazed at how many people were going to the polls uncertain who they were going to vote for in the senate race. Even with Trump’s endorsement of J.D. Vance, I still voted for Josh Mandel. I endorsed him early, and I liked some of the fights he got into. That’s what I think the senate needs, so I stuck with Josh Mandel. I liked J.D. Vance more and more as the race went on. I will have no problem voting for him in the senate race in November, and I’ll enjoy doing it. My wife liked so many of them and personally met the candidates that she struggled with the final decision. I spoke to people that election day who I would say are “extreme” political insiders, who should know their stuff, even if they were last-minute decisions on that race. The critical reason is that come in November, when these same people will have to choose between Mike DeWine, even with a Trump endorsement, they will likely struggle whether or not to actually put a check next to his name or to leave it blank. And I think as high as 20% of the 51% who voted for other people besides DeWine will not cast a decision for governor one way or another. The general convention in politics is that the Republican party will unite behind one candidate. But that is not possible with DeWine. Many of us held our noses and voted for him the first time. But he let us down, and we won’t be suckers again. So, where does that leave the party for that position? In big trouble. 

Of course, liberals are happy about this. They now have a real shot at putting a Democrat into an executive seat in an intensely red Trump state. It’s a lot like playing Fortnite’s Battle Royale and waiting in a bush until the end letting everyone else kill each other off. That is how DeWine won in the primary by hiding in a bush while Blystone attacked Renacci. Then Nan Whaley will do the same to DeWine. All she must do is show up; while in the Republican party, there is an obvious civil war, the squishy establishment types up against the MAGA movement. MAGA rallied behind DeWine the first time, but the Club For Growth types assumes that the same will happen again. Well, no, it won’t. The hatred of DeWine is deep. I think his wife makes good cookies; I’ve had a few. I think Mike DeWine is a nice guy. But he’s a criminal, and he must be punished for breaking our constitutional laws and hurting so many people with bad government policy. Nobody of a reasonable mind could vote for Mike DeWine, meaning many will just not vote this November due to their uncertainty about how to behave. If people struggled on who to vote for in the Senate primary, they would undoubtedly struggle over DeWine.

In my mind, Republicans surrendered the governor’s seat in 2022. I don’t think DeWine can win re-election. Not because Nan Whaley is a good candidate, but she will get her 45% by nature. Republicans could have 10% to 20% of their 55% who just leave DeWine blank on the ballot, as many did in this year’s senate race because they couldn’t make up their minds. But even if DeWine did manage to get re-elected, he still governs like a Democrat. So, Republicans lose either way. And if Joe Blystone were such a cowboy hat-wearing patriot, like he says he is, he would have seen what his name on the ballot was going to do to Ohio. By presenting a “rebel” vote, he just managed to get Democrats into a position to run the state. Hey, I’ve been through this before with Ross Perot. I worked on that campaign back in 1992, and I remember how it felt. It was a gut punch I will never forget; that is how the Clinton dynasty started, with less than 50% of the vote electing the president.  Joe Blystone knew where his polling was a week before the election. If he wanted to defeat DeWine, he should have joined Renacci.

Renacci should have been able to make that happen with a deal of some kind also. But their failure to unite and beat DeWine essentially just ruined the chance of Republicans running the governor’s seat and the media is loving it. Like the campers in Fortnite, they have just lurked in the bushes waiting for everyone else to kill each other off. And just like that, to the national media, Ohio is a very blue state, when in reality, it’s far from it. That is what happens when a political party is in a civil war and assumes that everyone will unite behind the eventual winner. These are not conventional times. And when there is a MAGA rebellion, failure to join the efforts will elect the establishment every single time. 

Rich Hoffman

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Brian Williams Signs Off: The smoke on the horizon that all progressives see coming

The Smoke on the Horizon

I had some very interesting thoughts about Brian Williams signing off his show on MSNBC, The 11th Hour, for the last time.  About the same time on Fox, the long-time news guy Chris Wallace was leaving for CNN, and Steven Spielberg, along with Disney, was reeling from the rejection of West Side Story that had just been released to theaters.  All kinds of mystification were transpiring at many levels of our society. Still, it all pointed back to one essential thing, something that had been brewing since the creation of America really.  Brian Williams could see, as they all could, that with Trump gone from the White House for a year, Democrats controlling all the levers of power couldn’t duplicate the success of the previous administration, and now they were folding under the pressures of their party.  The cracks were just too big.  Dr. Fauci had just been caught representing our government in creating a bioweapon, Covid-19, in a lab in partnership with China to cause a great reset in the world, and he had been caught.  IN CASE NOBODY WAS PAYING ATTENTION, Robert F. Kennedy’s book, The Real Dr. Fauci, was still the best seller on Amazon for several consecutive weeks.  That meant that millions and millions of people were getting their hands on the content to learn just what role Bill Gates and Dr. Fauci had played in a global insurrection using Covid-19 as the cover story.  And to pave the way for that plan, many Democrat types had got themselves involved in some form or another in election fraud, to steal the election from Trump and give it to their hand-picked guy, Joe Biden.  And that wasn’t working out too well.  People weren’t buying it, and institutionalists like Brian Williams have been some of the first to see the direction the world is moving in. 

To see the story clearly, I think you need to look at the history of the United States as a whole, at the time when the Whig Party broke up and split into two factions, the Republicans who would go on to become the party of Abraham Lincoln and the “Know-Nothings” which was advocated by America’s most famous novelist and sensationalists, Edward Z. C. Judson.  Why were they called the “Know-Nothings” you might ask?  Well, when people asked them about their existence, members would say, “I know nothing.” They were a secret society of the Native American Party who were very skeptical of global powers moving to America as immigrants and bringing dumb, European ideas with them.  Democrats at that time were pushing to split the country in two because they were all about slavery and wanted to preserve it.  Those forces were at work against each other for most of the 19th century. Of course, after the Civil War, many factions were guilty of serious crimes, and progressivism from Europe came in as the Know-Nothings feared always they would and steered our country into a different direction using institutions to help the pill go down.

This went on for over the next hundred years, the rise of institutionalism and the class structure that European immigrants had brought with them to America to turn a free country into just another European territory essentially.  Sigmond Freud came along as a seller of institutionalism to discuss the practices of sex.  Albert Einstein sold physics, Carl Jung sold dream analysis.  Many fields of science arrived from universities copying Europe to create archaeology, paleontology, geology, astronomy, and many other “ologies.” The European answer to the problem in America was more education that was controlled by Edward Bellamy’s fans and the book about socialism Looking Backward.  Institutions were formed to give a tapestry to society that showed sophistication and innovation, just as the novel Looking Backward did projecting society into the future of the year 2000, all in an attempt to sell the work of Karl Marx to a gullible public on their heels after the Civil War.  The political left from Europe, the come lately that the Know-Nothing Party had warned everyone about, led to the Astor House riot and several others across the country that were very violent over essentially immigration issues.  The Know-Nothings believed the Come Lately’s did not have the country’s best interests in mind, and history showed their suspicions to be correct.  Yeah, compared to those riots, the little thing that Democrats saw on January 6th, 2020 was nothing; it was kiddie pool stuff. 

Progressives from the Democrat and Republican Party hoped to mask all these issues with institutionalism which worked for a while thanks to a few World Wars and several other regional wars like Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan.  But essentially, the worry of mid 19th century Republicans and Know-Nothings who had formed out of the former Whig Party was still very much alive.  The concerns had not abated generationally because they were human in scope.  People who came to America came for freedom, but different people had different ideas of what freedom was.  And Europe, then later, the rest of the world was all too jealous to allow such a thing to occur, and people, real people who have to make a living every day, saw that as the case.  Now being someone who reads a lot of history, I knew a lot of this, but after Joe Biden was sworn in under the most scandalous circumstances, I hit the road with my wife to see what America was really about.  I learned that much of the country is still as it was initially.  They didn’t like institutionalism and wanted to be free of it.  It had nothing to do with President Trump.  He was just the latest vehicle that they thought might give them insulation from global nosiness.  They were still very much rebels in their hearts and minds, which the institutionalists know.  They know how many people really voted for Trump, and they know how much they had to cheat to make it happen.  They know what they did with Covid, and they expected to hide it from the public.  But, the public isn’t buying it because institutionalism is not providing the cover that Democrats and other liberals expected it would, as it had in the past. 

The failure of institutionalism has been evident for a long time, but you can really see it when films like West Side Story come out, and the early reports from Disney about their Star Wars Hotel, which is falling flat on its face with woke politics.  People don’t want that garbage; they never did.  People don’t care what college celebrities like Carl Jung say about dreams or scientists say about global warming manipulating data as they have with Covid to create a political platform.  People see through this stuff, as they always have.  And they want options.  And now that progressives went all-in after over a century of planning and manipulation, they are suddenly like the teenage daughter who was full of rebellion, wanting to run off with her boyfriend, smoking, and getting tattoos to declare her independence.   Once she had her freedom, she realized that smoking ruined her skin.  The tattoos stretched out as she got fat sitting around on her third husband in 10 years while she waited for a government check to arrive in the mail so she could get groceries.  The rebellion of instituting institutionalism was long over, and now people like Brian Williams could see the smoke on the horizon headed their way.  It was the same angry Americans who had been abused and treated terribly by these classes of people looking for social insurrection.  And now the table has turned on them, and it’s only going to get worse.  I should know, I’ve seen these people up close, and they are not happy.  

Rich Hoffman

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Liberals Only Want to Boss People Around: The mental illness of the Democrat Party

People Who are Obsessed with Bossing You Around Tend to be Democrats

Without question, especially after Thanksgiving dinner with family members, some that you may only see a few times a year, politics is always that unsatisfied topic that burns in the back of all our minds.  We have been taught that we shouldn’t talk about politics or religion even though both dominate our lives and thoughts almost exclusively.  And the losers who spread that bad advice to us were liberals who encouraged us to avoid a conflict at the dinner table or living rooms of our homes from people who may be liberal in our lives.  So in the same fashion that we see prosecutorial misconduct among liberal prosecutors or religious ideologies, like “climate change” coming at us with blinding speed, we are not supposed to engage it or talk about it. Instead, we are supposed to talk about Blue Pill stuff like sports or Black Friday sales and hope to avoid talking about supply chain problems caused by an illegal president Biden with a big-government approach that has crippled our economy and put China on a pedestal for world domination.  So in that way, we never talk about the solution to the world’s real problems; we just learn to put up with it, which has empowered them into all sorts of destructive behavior.  Yet, there is a reason we are uncomfortable with these political rules of our day because the rules themselves mask something we all know and feel about the matter, which demands a resolution.  And it all points back to what I always say about liberalism; it’s a mental illness that needs a psychological fix, not an understanding of fairness on the battlefield of ideas.  Liberalism, because of its severe disfunction in nature, shouldn’t even be on the battlefield. 

One thing that all liberals have in common is that they like to boss people around.  We obviously have seen this with Covid and the government’s reaction to it.  Blue state governors have been the worst, and those who want to tell people what to do have heard the dog whistle.  They have acted like that big brother who is babysitting all of us and wants to essentially be the parent out of control with power telling us where to go, when to wash our hands, when to go to bed, when to eat, change clothes, even what to watch on television.  They are obsessed with telling us what to do about everything.  And now that they have captured through all types of political theater, they have the congress, the senate, and the White House at the federal level; they are out of control.  It’s not that the power went to their heads; it’s that they needed power so much that they were willing to do anything to get it.

Another thing I say all the time is that the number one thing that people are most concerned with in life is their status on the pecking order with their peers.  Adults, more than anything, want to climb the social ladder of power and prestige among their peers more to satisfy their insecurities about their meaning of life-based on how it was taught to them as children. You’re born, you do what your parents tell you, what society tells you, and you gain power so that you can acquire the ability to do that eventually to other members of society.  If you work hard, you might become a powerful politician or CEO of some company, and people will respect you and do what you tell them.  Really, when it comes down to it, liberalism, in varying degrees, is one of the most destructive elements of any society, and it can be measured based on how much people want to boss you around.  The more conservative a person truly is, the less they like to tell other people what to do.  The more liberal, the more they want to boss people around. 

But it doesn’t stop in politics such as “elected office.” Still, it extends into every aspect of our lives, such as the nosy neighbor who is always calling the neighborhood association about some flag you might be flying that might bring down property values.  Or the slow person in the fast lane on the highway who travels under the speed limit because they intend to slow you down for what they perceive as safe conduct.  We see it with the mask police now in stores.  We see it in the places we work where some ladder climber boss is always there to tell us when to use the restroom or take a break.   It’s not enough to call someone who thinks they are conservative a RINO if they claim to be Republicans but have the psychological problem of always wanting to tell people what to do all the time.  We have to identify the mental illness for what it is, some form of liberalism that has migrated in name to the current state of severe mental dysfunction. 

The real quandary for many of these people and why their psychological disorder is so destructive to the world around them is that the essence of their behavior is that they must live off the efforts of others.  That is why they want to boss people around because they actually need the efforts of others to survive. After all, deep inside, they lack the courage to do things on their own.  So they make themselves part of the world around them as a figure of authority to mask their own timidity.  And if they appear to be in charge of the pecking orders of our existence, they can hide their most profound insecurities.  So when we find ourselves at some social gathering and there are always these micromanagement types who start telling us we have to take our shoes off to enter a room, or to tell us where to sit, what to eat, how to dress, and so on, avoiding talking about politics only makes the problem worse.  It allows these loser people to live free of judgment while abusing the world with their psychological disorders.  By avoiding discussion about their ailment, it never gets fixed, which isn’t good for anybody.  One of the reasons I wrote The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business was to help people deal with the tyrants in their lives.  It may not be Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi who are the worst; it might be some nosy aunt or peeping neighbor going through your trash.  It might be a boss who goes out of their way to harass you so they can remind you that they are your means to a living, and you have to do what they say.  It might be the little Cartman mall cop or the latest local health department newly empowered by the CDC to ruin our lives in their effort to tell more people what to do.  But what it all amounts to is that the desire to boss people around is an illness of the mind, not something that should be respected or even dealt with as a legitimate manner of public conduct.  We don’t need to treat liberals with equality and understanding.  We need to get them help in insane asylums because that’s where they belong.  Not believing they are equal or above us on some invisible pecking order.  They are not our “betters.” They are malcontents and damaged people who need treatment, not a pass of the gravy and a tight lip uttered under sports scores. 

Rich Hoffman

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