Rich Hoffman in American Thinker: a voice from the past

One of the questions I get a lot is…………..What right do you have to say the things you do?  Who do you think you are?  The next is, if you’re such a great writer, why aren’t you writing for organizations like American Thinker, or other conservative publications.  Well, the answer to that question is that I have.  My preference however is to have creative control over my content, and when you present that material without a lot of middlemen involved, then the material has the opportunity to be more authentic. 

But, for those readers here who would like to see a sample of my work from before I started this forum, here is an article from American Thinker, from back when Governor Kasich was just getting ready to run for the office in Ohio.  I was reminded of this article recently, and thought it prophetic given the current battles over Issue 2 that we are all facing.  So for brevity, I provide the link below to that article for your enjoyment.

For the answer to everything as to why labor unions fail, check out this link:

Rich Hoffman!/overmanwarrior

9 thoughts on “Rich Hoffman in American Thinker: a voice from the past

    1. It’s people who just want to keep the dirt under the carpet. They’ll say anything. Atlas won’t help them. It’s too big of a book. In fact the Constitution is too big of a book for them. And like I tell them, if you want to question what I do, let’s see what you are doing. It’s easy to be a critic when that critic just sits in the stands and does nothing on their own but copy someone else and wait to be told what to think and do.


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