Public Schools Should Be Prosecuted: Examples of school board members advocating liberal destruction

Public Schools are Dangerous Places

It is great to see more and more parents speaking out about what happens in their public schools.  Early this past week, I provided some stories about my home district of Lakota who expressed themselves over transgender policies that are part of the teacher union progressive political platform.  Then, the mom from Georgia unleashed on her school board an excellent speech about removing the mask mandates.  The video went viral and brought a lot of attention to the core problem; public schools are not our friends.  They are not places of sanctuary and learning centers of intelligence.  They are progressive re-education centers that intend for your children to be reprogramed. Government schools plan to reprogram our children. Your society has produced a hopeful lifeform growing up in a healthy community. Public schools want to destroy them into a collective goo of liberalism and dangerous thinking that will destroy our nation from within. They should all be prosecuted for their active role in that corruption.  It’s one thing if these school board members didn’t know better and were just well-intentioned malcontents.  But there is too much evidence, and it goes on far too often in virtually every public school in our government education system for it to be an accident.  The destruction is purposeful.  They intend what they do, and that makes it criminal rather than just innocent stupidity. 

The mom from Georgia who unleashed her fury with her school board there had a good point.  School board members may be frustrated that these young moms are grandstanding in their public speaking forums. I’ve known enough school board members from all over the place to know that school board members don’t come into their roles as corrupt activists for liberal causes.  They seek election for those boards to help educate children and play a role in the goodness of their communities as they understand those roles in a “liberal” society.  Most of us have been taught that public education is the first ingredient to a successful life and that children must at least stay in school to have a shot at life.  That leaves a community member seeking importance well-defined criteria for doing something meaningful.  And it’s not easy to be a school board member.  Management is complicated and often not very rewarding. Most of the time, especially in a group setting, you leave at the end of a meeting not getting everything you want.  An elected body expects disputes with other school board members at the meetings.  But it’s hard to disagree with someone you’ve spent a lot of time with, and quickly friendships form. Peer pressure persists. Often, the platform a school board member ran on to get elected gets forgotten and is replaced by state mandates and teacher’s union expectations for progressive causes.  And they end up being consumed by the system.

A couple of school board members from my district of Lakota, Julie Shaffer and Brad Lovell, are excellent examples of this problem.  I know both of them from the beginning and am pretty sure they meant well.  But in the vacancy of intelligence that should come with any leadership position, they have sought to cover their lack of ability with the national trend of radical leftism and masking it with a façade of caring for the district’s children in all the ways that are typical of Democrat politics.  They profess to the voters that they are nonpartisan, that politics does not play a role in their decision-making process.  But clearly, Julie’s role has always been appeasement of the teacher’s union as a radical mad mom seeking to throw resources at children rather than the hard work of leadership.  I debated Julie Shaffer on WLW radio many years ago, and her pro-education views were significantly left-leaning, and she came apart fast while on the air.  Recently she has been the advocating voice that has pushed the transgender agenda at Lakota.  She didn’t have to, but she went out of her way to put her name on the controversial proposal.  Lakota is in a very conservative area, so her actions do not represent the community that elected her.  She argues that politics did not play a role in her decision, but the evidence says otherwise.  So when a school board member knowingly does something harmful to children, such as adopting a liberal agenda that looks to be destructive to the education position of a public school, isn’t that a prosecutable offense?  If you knew about a murder that was planned and you didn’t say anything, isn’t that still a prosecutable occasion?  You bet it is, and she is guilty of these accidents.  Knowing her, she knew what the transgender policy would do, but she did it anyway, to hell with what people thought. When pressed on the matter, she claims a lack of political partisanship and insists that what she is doing is for the good of all children.

Then there is Brad Lovell, a school board member who used to be a school administrator and is married to a current administrator who makes decisions as a couple who profits a great deal off the public education system itself.  The biggest problem with him is that he is tone-deaf to anything that might disrupt the education structure, making it very difficult to have complex opinions about anything.  Supposedly his conflict of interest is legal in being married as a member of the board to an active employee, but his actions show the real problem. He has shown no resistance to budget concerns and is always quick to desire to go to the public for more money.  He would be well at home in the Joe Biden administration of deficit spending, and we can understand why.  As teacher contracts continue to escalate in cost, administrators rise too in cost and make it a very lucrative scam for him as a school board member.  He is clearly in the role for the social status it provides him.  He has no interest in going against the political tide of transgender politics or taking a stand against Critical Race Theory.  And in that neglect, he is responsible for the minds that time will prove to erode under the weight of liberalism.  Rather than put community concerns over these matters first, he instead set his needs for income indirectly through his wife as a priority, which is why many of the parents of Lakota are becoming more and more frustrated.  He doesn’t want to rock the boat because that’s his life through his wife.  But they do; they want someone to care about these issues and to do something about them.

Those are just a few local examples, but every school district could tell the same story, leaving parents frustrated.  Rather than listen to the Georgia mom who pleaded with the school board to remove a mask mandate from her child, the committee instead follows the liberal agenda, blames the CDC for the decision, and claims they have no power to do anything about it. They have done the same thing at Lakota, to limit the number of parents who can come to the board meetings and talk; they have used the excuse of social distancing to restrict attendance, citing that it is Governor DeWine’s orders they are following.  Because school board positions are unpaid and pretty unsatisfactory otherwise, it doesn’t bring much passion for reform is needed to manage the district.  Instead, they follow the liberal plan that comes with all public schools and sign their name without taking any responsibility for what happens.  And in that way, for the many little lies they must tell while doing so, public schools should be prosecuted for the harm they bring community members for knowing lies they commit for political power instead of what’s suitable for children.  And it’s time to get all that to an end, for our own sake.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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What’s Behind the Derek Chauvin Case: We know the façade, yet that is only the beginning

Like a lot of news outlets, I have been asked many hundreds of times over the last few days what I thought of the Derek Chauvin case.  Much to my surprise, very few commentators understood the essence; Tucker Carlson and Candace Owens were pecking around on the surface of understanding, comprehending that it was a fear of the mob behind the verdict. Still, the situation is much more profound and is elusive to the usual analysis.  So, I offer my thoughts on the matter in the video above.  I understood what the judge was doing and can sympathize when he addressed the defense team about Maxine Watters activism that set the stage for an appeal.  She was wrong to fly to Minneapolis to stir up trouble within the black community, attempting to create a mob of extortion to use the crises to establish much broader political power grabs.  And her actions will likely destroy the entire case.  The judge just wanted to get his courtroom off the front page and protect the jurors any way within his power, which was noble.  What else could he do with a mob outside his window?  Without a doubt, the jurors were feeling the same thing.  Not one of them would dare utter a not-guilty verdict for fear of what the mob would do.  But Maxine gave the judge a way out, and he took it with his very unusual speech to the defense, signaling to them what their next steps after a guilty verdict should be. 

What we witnessed this week with the media urging on the mobs of insurrection was truly disgusting.  It was the same unified voice as we saw over election fraud, where there was no evidence, even though nobody wanted to look at it spread out for all to see.  The media refused to acknowledge it and continued to drive a narrative that told the political story they wanted.  An insurrection of President Trump and the America First populist movement to install a progressive dictator operating behind the puppet presidency of Joe Biden and hiding their massive crimes behind vote tampering and media compliance.  After the Chauvin verdict, the media lined up in the same way, sending out pictures of the former police officer in handcuffs, being checked in to the jail—being processed as a criminal.  It was symbolic of what progressives want to do to all police in America.  They want to destroy law enforcement so that they can rebuild our society with a socialist mob and destroy our Constitution in the ashes of that activism.  For them, Chauvin was a victory for them no matter what the innocence might be contemplated.  The mob drove the verdict, and it showed them once again that being a bully works and is how you get power these days.  Republicans won’t stand up to the bullies, and this only confirmed it further for them. 

But what are we supposed to think about the criminal act itself?  As I said in the video, I see it as an unfortunate circumstance of two pairs of opposites.  Chauvin was an aggressive, power-hungry police officer who collided with the tapestry of progressive below-the-line thinking, the drug addict George Floyd and a well-known criminal past.  Progressives sought to exploit the tragedy in similar ways to bring communism to Russia, China, and Cuba.  South Africa comes to mind too.  People forget that Nelson Mandela was a raving communist, and that is the same effort behind Black Lives Matters and all the mobs protesting police brutality.  They make race the issue when it’s much more complicated than that.  But the death itself was just an unfortunate accident between two people who knew each other from their days of working at a nightclub together and bouncing around with wild women and drugs each night at that establishment.  Chauvin married a woman who would soon be a beauty queen, so his life took a different turn but obviously, the past between these two people played out on the day of that death of Floyd.  Floyd being drugged out, and Chauvin showing off to his peers how to subdue a suspect. 

The marriage of Chauvin is another sad story.  His wife from Laos, who could barely speak English, was late in life when she beat out her rivals for the crown.  Good for her for taking a shot and putting herself out there.  But everyone saw what was going on, here was an aging minority woman in a politically correct world of beauty pageants.  They had to give her the crown, but it was enough for the shallow Chauvin.  It was bragging rights when he asked her on a date while working at a local hospital.  She was happy to have the attention of a person of authority and the two married.  But the moment Chauvin killed George Floyd, the power trip was over, and she filed for divorce.  She did not stand by her man of 10 years of marriage.  I only mention all that because it points to a problem with Derek Chauvin.  He cared too much about what people thought about him.  He didn’t care that his new wife was only into him for his badge.  He only wanted her for the bragging rights of having a beauty queen for a wife as well, so they both were getting what they wanted—until she couldn’t get what she needed out of the marriage once that relationship ended with his arrest. It’s a more subtle footnote to this tragedy built from the ground up on looks rather than reality.  Including the use of mobs to drive the verdict toward communist spread through the black communities using force as power. 

With the analysis of the wife and the competition of nightclub life, even as bouncers and security guards, you can likely understand that perhaps Chauvin put a little more force with his knee on Floyd’s neck due to those memories. I have some experience with these things from my early days.  I was a bouncer for a local nightclub, and women offer lots of things to get an advantage to the VIP sections.  And other men see these advantages that you have, and they try to kill you or hurt you any way they can. No doubt Chauvin was the kind of guy who enjoyed this power.  And it would also hurt him to see a guy like George Floyd getting the real attention from such ladies once the girls got into the club.  Hey, wild girls live and die by the sword.  Chauvin was a little too stuffy and strait-laced for those types of women who love to do crazy things with crazy big men of color.  Of course, we’ll never know for sure because nobody talks about these things, not even the men involved.  Likely Chauvin wasn’t smart enough to even consider what his subconscious motives were with Floyd.  He just knew the man from their shared past, and this was an opportunity to show off for the guys and impress his beauty queen wife when he got home that night.  The stoic cop she was attracted to being a big man on the job.

Much of this is speculation based on known conditions and experience.  But the question is not hard to determine whether or not Derek Chauvin went to work that day intent to kill George Floyd, and the answer is obvious. Derek Chauvin likely didn’t think too deeply about anything, even what he would have for breakfast on that particular day.  So he did not go out into the world intent to kill a black man that day.  Now when an old nightclub rival put himself at the mercy of the law and was intoxicated with drugs while Chauvin was instructing other cops on how to make proper arrests as an officer, well, you can see how things would have gone wrong.  But was it murder?  Or just an accident from two delinquents burdened with the responsibilities of manhood when in fact, neither was ready.  Yea, there was a lot wrong with this case, but murder wasn’t one of them. Instead, it was used to hide all the other intentions that are much more menacing. 

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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We Teach Cops to Panic and Exploit Every Little Danger: No wonder they are left vulnerable to the insurgents of chaos

I don’t talk about it much; much of it was a long time ago.  I wouldn’t say I’m lucky to be alive.  I would say it was mostly skill, so I made it through some wild and deadly years.  I didn’t think it was so unusual, but it was quite clear that it was an extraordinary life as I’ve grown older.  But needless to say, I’ve had lots of guns pointed at me, and I’ve been shot at plenty of times.  And I enjoy those kinds of things, so it disgusts me a lot to hear people being babies about how they fear for their lives when they are shot at.  Police unions spend much of their lives defending dumb things that their members do, and they have cried wolf too much on the danger that police officers engage.  As I said in the above video, I don’t relate to people who panic.  I don’t panic about anything, and I never have, so all these police shootings that are happening on what mobs want to make into riots result from a loss of masculinity in the gunfighter process.  There are lots of causes for it.  But with all that said, we still need the police to protect law and order in our society.  If the police make mistakes, I consider it collateral damage based on lousy training.  I believe in this topic so much that I wrote a book called Tail of the Dragon, published about a decade ago now.  My first book, The Symposium of Justice, published nearly two decades ago, was about this issue to a large extent also.  So, I have some passionate thoughts about police efforts, the need for police and justice, and the kind of cool persona needed when in a firefight or a fistfight that requires a lot of experience. 

I understand mistakes happen.  I don’t understand the female cop who didn’t know she had a gun instead of a taser and accidentally killed the kid they were trying to arrest. I’m sure she feels terrible about it.  Like many of these victims, the kid didn’t respect the police, which is a significant problem.  Police are trained to subdue their arrestees no matter what.  That power goes to the heads of a certain percentage of cops, and that is another problem.  And the kind of training we give cops just doesn’t fit the circumstances. I’ve been to lots of gun classes and been around many gun users, and there is a tendency among them to overplay the danger of the weapons, which makes the gun users into panicky messes by the end of it.  I prefer the stone-cold competence of the old cowboys who spent so much time with guns that they could spin them in their hands and never injure themselves or others while using firearms. I’m used to people who shoot in SASS and Cowboy Fast Draw who have guns as natural extensions of themselves, not some armed villain that might accidentally go off and kill people on a cross draw.  The female cop should have never had a chambered weapon in her gun otherwise would have never mistaken a taser for a real gun ready to shoot.  Yeah, I get it; mistakes happen, but these communist plotters who control these inner cities are looking to exploit every mistake for a change state in law enforcement, which is an even worse problem. 

However, for context, everyone always says that until you know the raised heartbeat of chasing down some dangerous kid down a back alley who may be armed and ready to kill you, you don’t know what you’d do.  Or some guy freaked out on drugs might resist arrest, meaning you need to use deadly force; I can relate.  And it doesn’t bother me in the least.  People then ask, well, why aren’t you a cop?  My answer is that police are too structured for me, and they don’t make enough money.  Doing a job for the thrill of it isn’t enough in a world full of options.  But deadly encounters are not a deterrent, and there are plenty of people in the world who feel the same way.  We need them as cops, not some of this progressive stuff we see today where we can’t discuss the necessity of courage in the workplace or the differences in the sexes.  Instead, to avoid the discussion, we give aggressive police training and turn them loose politically ill-equipped for the political circumstances.  And when corruption is detected, the police unions cover for their members, making the public suspect every deed was done with suspicion, which has, in the long run, worked against the police.

That’s where the parasite insurgents have come into the picture.  They are using these political elements of policing, and the overreactions typical of most police encounters to their advantage whenever a mistake does happen.  The people crying over all these black kids dying under police hands don’t care for anything about the black-on-black violence in Chicago every day and night.  They don’t care about the many abortions that happen in black neighborhoods all year long.  They don’t care about the gunning down of drugged-out thugs by police, only what they can exploit it for to gain political power.  And that is the hard truth of the matter. It’s a shame, but that’s what we have before us. It’s not a problem that will solve itself, but one that must be identified, even if the admission is difficult.

Even with all that said, we must stand by our police.  The system is imperfect because we are inspiring the wrong kind of people to work in law enforcement.  The cool cats who have ice water in their veins are not going to the police academy.  There is too much bureaucracy in police work, and people like that don’t have the patience for uniformed work.  Who wants the rigidity of police work for payment under 70K?  Not the kind of people born with ice water in their veins.  But the power-hungry, the overdramatized attention getters, they do. I’ve had excellent friends who went on to become cops, and they made a game of pulling over young girls and making them exchange sexual favors to get out of tickets.  Not something they are talking about in the mainstream news, but it happens in every community, and that is because we fail to distinguish the good from the bad and reward the tough and fearless.  And in the wake, we end up with a mess.  The communists and socialists in these black neighborhoods want to exploit these tragedies to collapse the American way of life.  And the media is there to throw gas on the fire to help make it happen.  They don’t wish to preserve law and order.  They only cheer on the destruction of our nation and the laws that should bring peace but instead usher in an age of terror. It’s a path to hell paved with good intentions, and despite the trouble, we must stand by the cops because it is evident that nobody else will.  They need us more than ever and should not be penalized because of their terrible training in the arts of panic rather than courage. 

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior


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Solo: A Star Wars Story Box office discussion–what it means to everyone–and nobody cares about China

Box office numbers are often a good thermometer into what the world is thinking, and I pay attention to them closely, and sadly the new Star Wars movie Solo: A Star Wars Story is falling well short of the kind of numbers its going to need to make. I found it interesting to see how many news outlets were already writing stories on Friday about how dismal the box office numbers were for the new Star Wars movie, like The Hollywood Reporter for instance. Their story was that Solo was bombing big time in China. Well, since when was China the market decider for films, they are communists, more aligned with the villains in these stories? Solo: A Star Wars Story is all about freedom and I’m sure the “state” wasn’t all that happy with the film, and that whether or not people saw the film or even advertised it so that their billion people had access to it is probably a big factor. Asians especially in China are not big on the Star Wars films, but that’s OK, they haven’t been a big part of the box office numbers all this time—who really needs them now? Solo isn’t any different, yet The Hollywood Reporter was almost as happy as a kid on Christmas Day to learn that China was not supporting the new Star Wars picture. There’s a lot going on with this one which justifies a good long discussion.  (CLICK HERE FOR MY REVIEW OF THE FILM)

First of all, I don’t think the poor box office numbers so far reflect that Solo: A Star Wars Story is a bad movie. If you took the box office numbers of Infinity War and Deadpool 2 and released Solo: A Star Wars Story on a light release month, such as April I think this Star Wars movie would be on track easily to achieve a billion dollars at the box office, but with some competition out there, it would appear there is only so much money on the table to divide up between all the movies, and that’s not a bad thing for theater owners. I often say that Hollywood has let down all the personal investments that theater owners have to shoulder with less than stout productions that drive their concessions. That certainly isn’t the problem currently, there are a lot of movies released right now, and coming up as the summer unfolds which should help theater owners sell lots of popcorn. Hollywood owes them for always being available to display the Hollywood product to the public. That same public has a lot to do on Memorial Day weekend, that’s when the pools open in the states and people typically have things to do outside. In America Memorial Day weekend was pretty nice except for some flash flooding in the eastern part of the country. Everywhere else it was sunny and hot—and people spent time outside. May 25th may have been a traditional release date for Star Wars, but it’s no longer a great weekend for opening a movie because it’s the gateway to summer and people are often doing a lot of things that involve going outside.

Additionally, there are problems for Star Wars to overcome, the entertainment media is trying to do with Lucasfilm and Disney what the general media is trying to do with President Trump, and that is torpedo anything that they do that’s good, because everyone else is struggling to compete. Disney is going to make a lot of money this summer between the Marvel films and Pixar’s Incredibles 2—many in the entertainment business are very happy to see a Star Wars movie get bad press, because it’s a shot at Disney as a media company they are competing with. It’s like how the rest of the NFL teams around the country enjoy it when the New England Patriots lose a game, or Tom Brady throws an occasional interception. The trade media rushes out to talk about how Tom Brady is too old and is losing it. But the very next week Brady will throw for 400 yards and have a quarterback rating over 100 and the Patriots will win by 24 points over whoever they are playing. Disney and its tent pole of Star Wars is a big presence in the marketplace and the second handers love to see trouble happening in the Star Wars universe.

But then there is the very legitimate problem that I have talked about before and that is the mistake that Kathleen Kennedy and her story group at Lucasfilm has made in throwing out the extended universe of Star Wars and pushing very progressive themes in these new Star Wars movies cramming PC culture down the throats of the fans who clearly don’t want those elements in these movies. To me the Lucasfilm efforts with Solo: A Star Wars Story went a long way to fixing those problems with the fan base where some still want to enjoy new instalments, while others want to boycott the films in hopes that Disney will fire Kathleen Kennedy for messing with the elements that made Star Wars great to begin with. Nobody cared that Princess Leia was a bit of a feminist in the original A New Hope. George Lucas tried to make people happy by putting a black guy in the stories with the character of Lando. But in general, the heroes were white people, especially men and Kennedy has been very active to change that. But while doing so she literally destroyed two of the most popular female characters that fans loved, Jaina Solo, Han’s very strong daughter, and the wife of Luke Skywalker, Mara Jade. Fans who read the books went on a lot of journeys with those characters over two decades and suddenly fans were told that those people didn’t exist in Star Wars anymore, and that has caused a lot of consternation. When The Last Jedi failed to reveal who the parents of Rey were—many people were hoping that she was actually Jaina which would at least explain why she is flying around in Han Solo’s precious Millennium Falcon—a lot of fans stepped away from Star Wars at that point and now this second film in only a year has hit theaters and people are ambivalent about it. The Last Jedi was a very progressive movie that really split the fanbase, from not revealing the parentage of Rey, to the killing of Luke and the obvious progressive messages of feminism and sacrifice where everyone was blowing themselves up instead of taking the fight to the enemy, it’s that which made it so the fans stepped away from Solo: A Star Wars Story.

I have been enjoying the new Star Wars stuff the best I could. I have not been a fan of what Lucasfilm has done. I was a big fan of the Star Wars EU and I think Lucasfilm could have easily have just picked up these stories where the books left off and would have done something really special. However, I think the value of the movies and all the merchandise that is coming from the franchise does far more good than bad. I think Lucasfilm and Disney made a major mistake with Star Wars and that they are trying to remedy that now. For me Solo: A Star Wars Story was a huge step in that direction—of making things right with the fans. But its obvious that the fans are going to make Disney and ultimately Lucasfilm earn back that respect which is where things are today. There was a boycott of this latest Han Solo movie and it had an impact on the final ticket sales. As the word is getting out, because Solo: A Star Wars Story is pretty good—I think its one of the best and is certainly on par with the original films somewhere in quality of story telling between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. But the film is more fun like A New Hope was. I like the prequel films but can admit that Solo: A Star Wars Story is better than those films and it is certainly better than The Force Awakens. But these new young actors are making a name for themselves, the young Alden Ehrenreich is earning his respect from the fans little by little. Many fans have been sitting on the fence with Solo: A Star Wars Story because they weren’t sure how to feel about a new actor taking over for the legendary Harrison Ford. If this latest Star Wars film does anything it shows fans that its possible to have a younger actor playing an old favorite, and because of that I think Solo: A Star Wars Story will have good legs into the future of the franchise, and people will come back to the films and forgive Lucasfilm and Disney for their mistakes with the first three films made since the acquisition in 2012.

Alden Ehrenreich is a smart young actor with a good head on his shoulders, and he likes playing Han Solo in Star Wars. He’s good for the franchise and understands that taking less money for the opportunity to do more films like this makes good business sense because it could place him in Hollywood as the next big demand actor—like Harrison Ford was. With all that under consideration I think Disney certainly put the cards down on the table with this one holding nothing back promotionally. I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that they spent $500 million on the movie and are worried at this point of making that money back, which I think they will. But they spent the money expecting a billion in return and that could cool them on launching the other projects that are in the pipeline. Hopefully they let Lucasfilm go forward with the budgets on those new films, the Kenobi film, the Boba Fett film, the Rian series, and of course at least two more movies about the young Han Solo—as well as a whole bunch of other films not yet released. It’s not too late to make these films into the kind of successes that were experienced with Marvel—but getting the fan base back on board is the key.

To win back the audience, and this is just my advice, do with it whatever you want Lucasfilm, you have to get Mara Jade and Jaina Solo into Episode Nine as its being directed now with J.J. Abrams. Everyone gets what they want if that happens, Kennedy gets her strong female leads, Luke has a reason for being so distressed in The Last Jedi, and Rey gets a name and a reason for having the Falcon with Chewie as her co-pilot. A new trilogy featuring Jaina could even take things further 30 years after Episode Nine—the possibilities are endless. It took Marvel ten films to build up the kind of anticipation that was seen in Infinity War, Star Wars could do something very similar, but they’ll have to earn back the fans, and Solo: A Star Wars Story was a big first step. Hopefully Disney doesn’t get cold feet after they study these box office results and consider whether fans will support two Star Wars movies in the same year. They will, and they will support three or four a year if Disney will make them and be very profitable with $200 million budgets. But it will take more movies like Solo: A Star Wars Story to earn back that fan trust, not more movies like The Last Jedi or even The Force Awakens. The nostalgia wore off and now reality is there for Star Wars films, going forward, people want to see new ground that pays respect to what they know from the original EU—and fans don’t want to be preached to with gay characters, or black characters, or women. They just want to see a story set in a galaxy far, far away that will endure for centuries—and not fall out of favor with whatever new political movements come in the next few decades. Star Wars fans want their traditions, and they want the long view—and its their money that Disney wants, so it’s up to the giant entertainment company to give it to them.

I think I’ve listened to the new Han Solo theme from the John Powell soundtrack back to back for a solid four days now and I love it, it’s so full of optimism. It reminds me of how it was when Christopher Nolan’s Dark Night series started back in 2008, with a movie that many people didn’t think was needed because at that point Batman had been done so many times. The Nolan trilogy built up a nice audience and earned a reputation by the fans that they trusted and supported. Those films each went on to make over a billion dollars each. Iron Man the first Avenger film also came out that year with a fantastic performance by Robert Downey Jr. The film only grossed around $500 million globally much like I think this new Han Solo movie will make, but it became the glue that built up those next nine Marvel films. Disney purchased Marvel shortly after that film’s release and the rest is now history, and has been very successful. It has allowed Disney to make obscure films like The Black Panther, which I thought was pretty good—which would have never been made unless there was a need for the ever-expanding universe. Star Wars could do better, but the fan base will have to be built and listening to that soundtrack of Solo: A Star Wars Story that new Han Solo theme could serve as a nice light in the darkness for all the Disney executives timid about the next stage of the adventure. The best thing to do would be to support the effort and not panic, there is a lot of good that came out of Solo, and it hints at how things truly could be now that it looks like Lucasfilm is starting to figure out how to make these Star Wars movies without the guidance of George Lucas. The John Williams contribution is absolutely brilliant and I hope that everyone involved can use it to launch something really special, because the opportunity is certainly there.

Rich Hoffman
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The Grinding Hurt of Betrayal: John Aglialor’s ‘Atlas III’ interview with Nick Gillespie

The third and final installment, Who is John Galt? hits theaters on Friday, Sept. 12, 2014 and John Aglialoro sat down with Reason TV’s Nick Gillespie to discuss the completion of the Atlas Shrugged films, their negative critical reception, and the enduring influence of Ayn Rand’s thought. As usual when it comes to Gillespie, it was a good interview and covered a lot of ground. It is a tough task to adopt a film from a novel that means so much to so many people, yet a movie is the perfect gateway to bringing more people into the Objectivist philosophy. Many hard-core Rand fans from the novel want the salacious sex that Ayn Rand wrote about—which was greatly removed from John Aglialoro’s renditions. Personally, I’m grateful as the sex could easily overpower the story in such a movie and I appreciated the tastefulness that it was handled by the Atlas Shrugged trilogy.

http://reason.com/reasontv/2014/09/08/producer-john-aglialoro-on-ayn-rands-imp

Every time I watch Aglialoro in an interview it is easy to see the hurt behind his eyes. Like Rand, who thought that the unspoken and neglected businessmen would flock to her support of them after the release of her 1957 novel, most cowered in the darkness like idiots paralyzed by the political left into silence. Aglialoro during the second film premiered Atlas II in Washington D.C. right before the 2012 election. Not a single politician, not Ted Cruz, not Rand Paul and certainly not Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan showed up for the movie as they tried to maintain their political distance—so not to have people from the left call them names. Ryan had been an open Ayn Rand supporter before being put on the national ticket with Mitt Romney. Nobody from the political class showed up in Washington D.C. to show their support of a conservative leaning movie featuring ideals that the political right should have openly embraced with great enthusiasm. Republicans played it safe and guess what………….they lost in the 2012 elections all across the nation.

I have felt the bite of that kind of pain a time or two, most recently when I was on 700 WLW radio dealing with a controversy—a sexist accusation by my political enemies who were trying to the same smear tactic used against Rush Limbaugh and Mitt Romney at the time. Unlike those guys, I defended my position proudly. In 2012 I was a spokesman for a group standing against higher school taxes, which was a very unpopular position. I had in my circle a number of high-profile movers and shakers and was proud of them for supporting such a controversial topic. My plan with the pro tax people was in full swing, they were attacking our side by calling us greedy businessmen, so I attacked back with the truth—that a majority of the pro tax advocates were fat assed, out-of-touched parents. Of course they didn’t like it—because the truth hurt. I meant for it to. So I was on the air ready to defend our position and those prominent local businessmen and politicians sent a press release to the station while I was on the air distancing themselves from me. The controversy I didn’t mind at all. The betrayal did bother me. I shut off interviews for the rest of the day as I recalibrated my position. It hurt terribly to trust people then watch them fall for the old liberal tricks of guilt abasement. I couldn’t let that hurt come out in my public statements—which is a really tough thing to do when an entire city is ready to pounce on your every word.

The motivations of those fearful dissidents are the same at every spectrum, from Ayn Rand, to John Aglialoro, to me—we have all been left at the alter by those we were trying to help. It feels like being cheated on by a spouse—just as you are declaring your love for that significant other, you learn that they have been doing the horizontal shuffle with the very people you are fighting—and it hurts. It hurts whether it is sex or politics—in both cases you end up screwed. It is that screwed look that Aglialoro has on his face with each interview he does. He was much more hopeful after Atlas I did respectable opening night numbers, but by the time Atlas III hit theaters he had a hurt look on his face from all the betrayals he had experienced over the last couple of years, while making the movie. For him he continued to make the movies even though very few supported the endeavor. The enemies of the movie were perplexed as to why he continued even though the films were box office failures and did not have majority support from the public. What those same people did not understand was that John Aglialoro made the movies for himself, not for the public. He did it to accomplish a task, not to win approval as a second-hander. Since most of society functions as second-handers, they don’t understand Aglialoro, or his movie. So there is sadness when he talks about the films. He knows as the words leave his mouth that nobody really is going to understand why he made the films—yet he does it anyway in a hope that something will change—someday.

Atlas III won’t be any different. People who understand it will love it, various others who have skin in some type of political game, even within Ayn Rand circles, will hate it. They’ll hate it for Aglialoro’s point of view in making the movie—they’ll complain about the lack of sex, the lack of depth, the lack of good actors, the lack of budget, the lack of public support, the lack of technical aptitude, and every lack of anything else they can think of. But what they can’t accuse John Aglialoro of is a lack of heart and determination. What he did was hard and deserves admiration in the face of much hurt which only those who have been betrayed in a similar fashion can understand.

Rich Hoffman

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Why So Angry: The Jeff Spicoli America

The entire world minus a few exceptions seems directly inspired to become the Spicoli character from the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High.  Those who are the exception are categorized as “angry” and treated much the same way the teacher who took away the pizza from Spicoli’s character in that movie was.  As a continuation of my article yesterday on leadership this one addresses the impact of what happens when leaders are removed from families, business, communities, and politics being replaced by a mindless push into oblivion precluding any judgment what-so-ever about anything (CLICK TO REVIEW).  The modern push by virtually every sector of society is to be “cool” and be a complete douche bag like Spicoli–have fun, live life, make no judgment assessments, and have pizza.  Those who are angry about the destruction of the American family, the failed education system, the corrupt politics, the leeching effect of lawyers in our society, the failed fiscal policies of nations, the attempt at religions to reignite the “crusades,” the mask of the civil rights movement to hide bad behavior behind racism and further encourage the disintegration of entire races of people, the merged sexual relationships of people and a loosening of the boundaries between right and wrong—are termed in a negative connotation as though they were somehow diseased and sick.  Even the national media has bought into this notion—anyone who has strong opinions is to be feared, ridiculed, and treated as a menace.  After all, what they learned in their colleges was not journalism—but how to party—and live the life of Spicoli.  Visit any college in America right now—and what you will find is a swarm of Spicoli’s that number the drops of water in the Atlantic Ocean—and those are tomorrow’s “leaders,” as termed by Liberty Township’s Leadership 21 classes.

Anybody who casts an opinion contrary to the flow of progressive society has been deemed as “unhealthily angry” and treated as an old fogie stuck in the past.  It is as if those who are being robbed of values that they desperately wish to see implemented in the world around them are supposed to enjoy being looted of everything they enjoy and not to be angry about it.  The classic confrontation between Jeff Specoli and the teacher Mr. Hand has become the battle cry of our day—who owns your time, your opinions, and your life—is it you—or the collective will of society?  Is it best to know things like the fogie Mr. Hand or to fall out of a van stoned like Jeff Specoli taking life as it comes without any sense of responsibility or direction?  The world has made its decision—and it has chosen Jeff Specoli.

This is why it is important to understand that if you crave values dear reader—then you must be willing to stand alone—society will not back you.  You will be alone in virtually every sector of society—and if you chose to stand for something these days—you will be considered a diabolical menace to the “surfer life” of the modern partier fresh from their campus adventures mired in marijuana smoke and valueless endeavor.  If you want values, you will have to step away from those people to have them.  You will have to stand against the current of the entire world who desires desperately to live the life of Jeff Spicoli and it will be a painful experience.  Anger will be a dominate emotion.

Spicoli is part of a surfer culture that was brought to America in a time when communism was being marketed to a conservative public.  The surfer life is a very socialist existence and in Fast Times at Ridgemont High, it was shown to have merit compared to all the capitalist failures that the coming of age kids were experiencing.  The parents were all goofs, the teachers stuffy caricatures of human bodies, and the main characters had to learn to let go and loosen up to fulfill their journeys through the plot.  Jeff Spicoli was the creation of that pre-hippie lifestyle introduced to America through communist infiltration and KGB influence at a time where the actions were denied, but later proven factual. Our nation was invaded—our youth converted into Jeff Spicoli’s, and yet we are told that we aren’t supposed to be angry about it—that we should buy some weed–party—and loosen up.

But the real reason for the accusation toward anger is that those like Spicoli want to live off the efforts of collective society and to keep the interaction civil—they prefer that society gives them no resistance.  They want to loot value from your back pocket dear reader and consume it from moment to moment without an eye to the future where all value runs out.  A bank robber simply wants you to put your hands up and they wish to rob you without any fight.  They simply want your money.  They don’t want you to fight to keep it.  And so it goes with the modern thief of social value, they don’t want to fight—they just want what you have—and if it is value—they want to consume it then “party” with you so that they can pass by you in the street without guilt.

For those who need social assimilation—they are at a disadvantage when it comes to a world run by Spicoli wanna-bes.  They will always have the upper hand when it comes to a public setting because what they stand for is comfort.  Today’s real leaders who stand alone for social value must be willing to sit alone in the rain—to distance themselves from the social pressure to be Spicoli and to defend values when the current of ancient communism wishes to wash them out to sea forever hidden by the ocean depths.

The problem is so grand that we now have Spicoli types in the White House and IRS.  When the explanation is provided as to why all the IRS emails were destroyed, it sounds like Jeff Spicoli telling Mr. Hand why he was late to class.  When the White House gives a press conference, it sounds like the dream Jeff Spicoli had about being a top-tier surfer partying with the Stones in London.  And for those who find those explanations repulsive, we are just supposed to accept that Jeff Spicoli will be late to class, doesn’t care about any personal ambition for anything, and is a model citizen who just wants to smoke a joint and eat pizza.  To such people of course anyone who finds that lifestyle repulsive will seem angry—because it is disgusting to see such people leech off the public with no ambition or curiosity about life outside of getting high and filling their bellies.

Jeff Spicoli will always be the role that the actor Sean Penn will be known for.  Penn is an unapologetic communist and that personality came out so flamboyantly in the Fast Times of Ridgemont High role. The KGB may have created the hippie and surfer culture in California—but they could never have dreamed of what impact the Jeff Spicoli character would have on American youth and that virtually every young person who has seen that movie has in some way adopted the stoned beach bum into their lifestyle.  Sean Penn did more to spread the valueless utterances of communism than most of the Russian efforts during the Cold War.  And to those who see this erosion of value—they are not supposed to be angry—but accepting and ready to party.

That is why the road to a life of value will be a lonely one—and will be shouldered alone for quite a long time.   It is more important than ever that those who are leaders—naturally—will separate themselves from these Jeff Spicoli types and remake the world.  Of course we will be called “angry” but consider the sources—and be ready to shrug their opinions away for the value they really have.  And it is also important to understand that our local Chambers of Commerce and the political machines of doom are now filled with Jeff Spicoli admirers and that their ideal of leadership is equivalent to ordering a pizza during Mr. Hand’s class.

Rich Hoffman www.OVERMANWARRIOR.com

 

The “War on Women”: A complete fiction designed to keep progressives in power

I just received an email from The White House that is rather disgusting and is even further proof that the so-called “war on women” is a simply a collectivists push to unite all women into a voting group dedicated to progressive politics. The strategy being used currently against Tea Party Republicans and other conservatives regarding the upcoming election is the same used against me over the Lakota Levy fight where I called my political enemies Latté sipping prostitutes because they so easily sold themselves to their public school for such a cheap price. The levy supporting women in my community were so enraged that they tried to paint me as though I meant all women with my comments. They did what Obama and his White House are doing now, attempting to pull all women into a thoughtless voting bloc of collectivists who can’t think for themselves. Read the email below as I received it from that same White House.

Monday, June 4, 2012

Do you support equal pay for women?

It’s been nearly 50 years since Congress passed the Equal Pay Act, but today a woman who works full-time still earns just 77 cents for every dollar earned by a man.

That’s not just unfair. When women, who make up nearly half the workforce, bring home less money each day, it means they have less for the everyday needs of their families. That’s bad for kids, it’s bad for communities, and it’s bad for the entire country.

So President Obama is supporting the Paycheck Fairness Act, which is designed to update the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and help close the pay gap. Congress is scheduled to vote on the legislation this week.


To help raise awareness of pay discrimination and make it clear that it is a problem with serious consequences, we’ve put together a series of e-cards to highlight the issue.

Pick your favorite, then email it to your friends or share it online:

http://www.whitehouse.gov/equal-pay

 

I could argue those facts in great detail. There are a lot of factors that go into any discrepancies in pay seen. I would say from experience that in today’s world, if a man and a woman are going after the same job and both are equally qualified; the woman will get the job. The world that the White House is talking about where there is a war against women simply does not exist in reality. Only in the minds of old hippies and progressive advocates is there a “war on women.”

The “war on women” is a complete fabrication with no merit. It’s made up to advance socialist political philosophies. It’s that simple. It’s a social desire that belongs on the muddy grass at Woodstock in the 60’s with all the left over drug paraphernalia.

Matt Clark at WAAM covered this “war on women” recently on his radio broadcast in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His broadcast digs deeper into this rather sad political stunt that is simply a distraction designed to stuff ballots at the voting booth.

This kind of garbage will continue until women begin to be honest with themselves, and start to act as individuals instead of a voting bloc. The “war on women” is a complete fiction and is in the same category as the “global warming” movement. Both are progressive platforms designed to distract voters into emotional decisions, and are predatory upon the sanctity of women everywhere. To cast all women into a collective pool is an insult they should be angry with, and to allow The White House to use them for yet another power grab is disgusting. Yet it continues, and will until voters stop it at the ballot box. Because until then, predatory politicians like Barack Obama and his minions of evil will continue to use emotional ploys and reactionary rhetoric to steer a voting bloc they have little respect for, but for a mark in their corner during elections.

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S.E. Cupp versus Larry Flynt: The real story behind Hustler Magazine

If a professional athlete wears an Under Armor muscle shirt in the world of progressive politics they are considered heroes. If I wear the same exact shirt during my whip video titled A Whip Trick to Save America I am called a “wife beater” because the shirt is offensive and reminiscent of the strong types of men who are against feminism and therefore an enemy to the progressive feminists. The term “wife beater” and “woman hater,” are thrown in my direction because I stand in the way of the feminist agenda. When it became known to me that progressive advocates were at my local grocery store surveying people, “what do you think of Rich Hoffman,” in an attempt to harm my reputation I responded by calling them “latté sipping prostitutes.” They responded by pushing the buttons of every media source in the city of Cincinnati to their cause in an attempt to derail me by turning all the women of West Chester against me in one collective blob of bloc voting, in a campaign to paint me as a “woman hater.”

It was the first time I’ve seen the scam of the so-called “war on women” up close, where progressive politicians like President Obama and school board superintendents like Lakota’s Karen Mantia use women as a bloc voting group playing on their emotions to advance private progressive policies. Unlike most conservative commentators, I do not fear the “wrath of the women” as my counterparts do, because I have admitted to myself that the entire movement is a scam, and deserves an eye for an eye. I’m tired of seeing conservatives apologize for being right and being ridiculed as insensitive or called other derogatory names to force them out of the public light leaving the progressive blob unopposed on the battlefield of ideas.

Once again, and quite audaciously the progressive mob has struck again, most notably against the GBTV commentator and conservative author S.E. Cupp. Cupp is a very talented young lady who is extremely strong in her political ideas and personal beliefs. If all women thought as she did, The United States of America would be so much better off as a society. She reminds me of the types of female characters that were popularized by the great novels of Ayn Rand who is another enemy of the feminist movement. Ayn Rand was a strong female author whose philosophy offers a real fix to American ideology. If the feminist movement was truly about strengthening the power of women in the world, women like Ayn Rand and S.E. Cupp would be placed on a pedestal and not attacked as profusely as they are. That is because feminism is not about strengthening women; it’s about weakening them and making them collectively dependent on government services therefore carrying out the desires for socialism in progressive politics.

Cupp was attacked most recently by one of Obama’s biggest supporters Hustler publisher Larry Flynt in a recent fantasy edition where they took images of S.E. Cupp and PhotoShopped in a sexual act to plant in the mind of their readers a deflowered, diminished woman fallen from grace. This isn’t the first time Flynt has done this. He often offers rewards to mistresses of conservative politicians to accomplish the same effect, so Flynt’s role in politics is as an attack dog for the movement. You will not see feminist groups protesting Flynt over the attack on Cupp, because they are on Flynt’s team, even though the most ardent progressives of our day think the attack against Cupp went too far.

I waited to cover this story because I wanted to see if Obama would offer any comment as he did for the woman called a prostitute by Rush Limbaugh. It was that incident that gave the progressive women who push excessive school levies in my community the idea to come after me. They figured it worked against Rush Limbaugh so it would work against Rich Hoffman. Nobody ever asks why these progressive goof balls can’t argue any facts. They can only call people names because their ideas are fundamentally flawed and emotionally based. In Cupp’s case, she’s young, strong, attractive, smart and is virtually unstoppable in a one on one debate. She doesn’t have the easy flaws to attack as progressives did against Sarah Palin when they went against her accent on Saturday Night Live with a vigor. Bill Maher painted Palin as a street walking parasite and just about every publication went after every aspect of her family attacking her children with a fury. The vicious nature of these attacks was covered by Ayn Rand in her novel The Fountainhead. Rand spelled it out in great detail what the progressives were up to in that book written way back in 1943. Cupp is simply the most recent target, and the intention is to frighten her into hiding in the masses, to strip her down and beat her into submission. All these attacks are aspects of mob rule against the mind of the individual and the hypocrisy is more evident when the attacks are against other women by so-called women supporters than when the attacks come at me, or someone like Rush Limbaugh.

S.E. Cupp is a danger to progressive politics because she can punch holes in their ridiculous collectivists’ arguments; she is young and can fill the minds of that demographic group in ways that terrify progressives, because they want empty minds that they can fill with their pornography, just as they don’t won’t women strong and independent, but pregnant and on welfare—dependent on “daddy” government. Progressives don’t want S.E. Cupp, or Ayn Rand–strong women who actually think for themselves and can stand on their own against the world. The progressive’s biggest fear is that these women from the past and present will undo the fear they are attempting to unleash upon the world, a sickness of collectivism driven by the insecurities of the masses.

Progressives like Larry Flynt, and Barack Obama wish to see personalities broken down and crying in a gutter, that is why people like Cupp are made to suffer, to destroy their confidence so they will admit they need the collective body of society. They would place higher in their minds the sluts of Hustler who will undress for money and allow their sanctity tarnished forever because the women yield their honor as deflowered beings who will never challenge the established order, because they sold themselves short. When a personality like S.E. Cupp does not take off her cloths for some scandalous photo shoot, or gets caught drunk and passed out behind a college fraternity house gang rapped by a bunch of drunken fools tarnishing forever a young women, or taking off her top on spring break cheapening herself to thousands of gawking eyes, there is not much one can do to tear down such a person emotionally. The progressive seeks stories of weakness, and doing such things are signs of human weakness, which the progressive seeks out like a plant strives for sunlight. The progressive needs corruption and foolishness to grow and survive. In the case of Larry Flynt, if he can’t get it legitimately, he’ll make it up, as he did with S.E. Cupp. President Obama will not come to the defense of S.E. Cupp as he did the target of Rush Limbaugh’s comments because the standard is assuredly a double one.

The same people who call me a “wife beater” because of a muscle shirt I wore, or Rush Limbaugh as a “woman hater” because of his comments attempt to paint Sarah Palin as “unsophisticated” and Ayn Rand as a “right winged-radical.” These same minds would rather tear down a fantastic young mind like S.E. Cupp into a diminished porn queen because only then can they relate to a woman so virtuous. Now my critics know why I called them “latté sipping prostitutes” because they are all too willing to sell their souls away to public schools to disguise their horrible parenting skills, or their value of money is non-existent because they do not value themselves. True, I could have been gentler with my wording than I was, but I didn’t want to, because I choose not to turn the other cheek from this treacherous behavior. As Hustler explained in their article of Cupp and the pornographic images they created of her:

“S.E. Cupp is a lovely young lady who read too much Ayn Rand in high school and ended up going the dark side. Cupp, an author and media commentator, who often shows up on Fox News programs, is undeniably cute. But her hotness is diminished when she espouses dumb ideas like defunding Planned Parenthood. Perhaps the method pictured here is Ms. Cupp’s suggestion for avoiding an unwanted pregnancy.”

S.E. Cupp is the kind of young woman I raised my daughters to be, self-reliant, strong, and vastly independent. These are the kind of women who should be held up in society as the goals of all women. But Hustler feels it must defame them in a way to lower the bar for the masses so the collective does not feel bad about themselves and the terrible decisions they’ve made in their lives. So far, Cupp has made excellent decisions and she deserves the merit of those decisions. She does not deserve the implication of collective salvation attempted against her sanctity. But the intention of all involved is clear, Hustler, a pornographic magazine headed by a so-called champion of the 1st Amendment Larry Flynt highlighted in the movie The People vs. Larry Flynt starring Lebanon, Ohio’s own Woody Harrelson is on a political torpedo mission against the American way of life.

Larry Flynt himself started right here in Cincinnati, Ohio where he ran a dirty go-go club downtown. To get more customers to come to his club, he published a newsletter that became Hustler Magazine. His magazine took off when he published pictures of Jackie Kennedy in the nude—the former first lady of The United States. Larry Flynt lost his smut peddling case in Cincinnati and narrowly escaped jail time but became a national celebrity in the process. Many years later in Monroe, Ohio right down the road from Woody Harrelson’s boyhood home, Larry opened a Hustler of Hollywood store to rub his “free speech” in the face of the same type of conservatives who attempted to jail him so many years ago. He has made his living tearing down others and is the ultimate political looter. He exploits the weak nature of his audience by peddling sex on the cheapest scale making it easy for all to indulge in their most explicit fantasies. Hustler of Hollywood, which is right down the road from my house is busy at all hours of the day all days of the week, and is filled with pro-government school levy supporters and social degenerates. The average political knowledge of the typical customer is approximately equivalent to a gold-fish. It is these customers who will enjoy the images of S.E. Cupp with erotic joy even though the images are completely made up and falsified by the owner of Hustler Magazine who seeks to smear goodness under the banner of free speech granted to him by his victory with the Supreme Court. The merit of S.E. Cupp’s Hustler picture is the same of progressive politics in general—it’s a complete fantasy of the mind and has nothing to do with reality.

In that fashion, Flynt has become a hero to the progressive community who use his strategies to this very day to eradicate goodness from the face of the planet. And when a person dares to stick their head above the collective masses, they use Larry Flynt’s court battles and naked women as the battle cry to deflower the entire human race so everyone in society is just as disgusting as they are—so the image they see in the mirror does not make the progressive feel guilty in comparison.

S.E. Cupp deserves an apology from President Obama, from Larry Flynt, from every porn lover who reads the Hustler Magazine and visits his Hollywood Hustler store—my friends and neighbors. It was the kind of evil being seen now that people like Sherriff Simon Leis tried to fight back in the 70’s because they could see what was happening even if everyone else chose to turn a blind eye. Progressives like Flynt and Harrelson who came from broken deranged families and were jealous of those who were morally intact and valued themselves went to war against everything that is good in the world.

Cupp will never get an apology because the intention was to destroy her. Progressives do not want to look at her, they don’t want to hear her, and they just want her to go away. They are so vitriolic about their hatred of goodness that they will do anything to remove it from their eyes. But lucky for all of us, S.E. Cupp is not afraid; in fact it looks like she is feeding off it. Because of this episode of Hustler Magazine against S.E. Cupp it is likely that we are seeing the modern version of Howard Roark about to crush all his enemies with his simple will and goodness that occurred in the Ayn Rand classic The Fountainhead. Because the playbook of the progressive is open for all of us to see and it’s full of hypocrites. Not a one of them in progressive politics be it your local teacher, superintendent, politician, actor, porn peddler, president, union leader, or feminist, want individuals like S.E. Cupp to be all they can be. They don’t want freedom for all women at all. They want enslavement and the evidence is in the silence from Obama and his legions of goons, his backers at Hustler Magazine, the latté sipping prostitutes, his “educrats” who are teaching children to have sex in the fourth grade so they are future customers of Larry Flynt’s store and on their third marriages before they are aged 30. Progressives want the complete destruction of individualism and goodness in the world, and they will attempt to destroy anyone to have it, even if it’s a nice, young, attractive lady like S.E. Cupp who is wholesome and full of virtue.

As for Larry Flynt I was watching the below footage and I can’t tell the difference between him and Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars.

To me they look just the same.

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The Life of Julia: How free are women after progressive policies?

Oh, how wonderful the Obama administration is, the ultimate parent mother government. The disgusting slide show shown as the campaign rhetoric of the new Obama presidential platform is a summary of why public education is a complete failure and why the women’s movement of progressive Victorian escape velocity from traditional values has very nearly destroyed our civilization after just 100 short years of nonsense.

Thankfully for voters all over the United States the true nature of the socialist Obama presidency is revealed for all to see with tremendous arrogance, and a lack of respect for American intelligence in the slide show presentation known as, “The Life of Julia.” Look for yourself:

http://www.barackobama.com/life-of-julia

 

The slide show featured on the Obama website features a young girl aged three getting a start in her life with the Head Start government program then traveling through her life as she gets Pell grants, free health insurance coverage, government loans, Medicare, then Social Security. In the Obama plan Julia dies sometime after age 65 and the whole process starts for the next generation. The premise is that Julia requires government help during her entire life, from the cradle to the grave.

The vision—or should I say lack of it—is disgustingly narrow and pathetically reminiscent of all the European socialist countries that have been licking the heels of America since the Industrial Revolution, and I am thankful that the Obama Administration showed openly this time that they are socialists with this disgusting assault against the American Woman.

Here is the real life of Julia as seen through the eyes of reality.

Obviously Obama and his band of looters are attempting to appeal to the women vote in the upcoming election. After all, this is not the Life of “John,” but of “Julia.” Men typically don’t look to daddy government to care for them, at least this is the implication of what the Obama administration states in this slide show. Watching this presentation by a sitting American president has really brought to question how far women have really come as independent suffragettes at the start of progressive politics.  What have women really accomplished in their so-called independence?

Julia as a young woman in the world of Obama is not raised by her parents. There is no reference to a mother, or a father. There is the implication that it is government who cares for the young Julia, and her parents are simply caretakers for her life. Yet all through Julia’s years she is always holding out her hand to government to get her through to the next phase.

I thought the women’s movement was all about breaking free of the grips of those “stinky,” “filthy,” “womanizing,” men who couldn’t keep their pants on, trapping thousands of women in a kind of prison while they slaved over a hot stove cooking for their monstrous husbands? At least that’s what the short-haired, bell-bottomed women of feminism have always said—that women deserved equal pay, equal treatment, so that they could be free of being slaves to men.

But what has that given to women? Weak minded men—loveless lives of loneliness, broken families with so many step parents that nobody even knows whose kids belong to whom. Those are the gifts of feminism, and of progressive politics. Women today are free of a man to run their lives, to oppress them into slavery as the head of their families. Instead, progressives like Obama have freed women of the chains of their families and traded in those for the shackles of a bigger, meaner force in her life–that of Big Daddy Government.

If women were truly free, would they need government to stand over them for protection, to enforce the rule of law destroying families in the process? Is a woman free who must look to Big Daddy Obama to care for them—because that’s what Obama is selling on his slide show—he’s literally saying that he will care for American women from cradle to grave with his governmental policies? All a woman has to do is elect him so he can steal from the tax payers and give to all those poor, helpless Julia’s in the world who can’t do a thing unless Big Daddy Government sweeps in to care for Julia’s life.

Yes Julia—who’s your daddy? Who’s the big man in your life? Are you free all you Julia’s reading this now? Can you care for yourselves or do you need Big Daddy Obama to equalize the world for your fragile sensibilities? Is this the freedom the feminists fought for, to break free of the chains of their alcoholic, abusive husbands and to attach themselves to the fingers of many such monsters as are typical in modern government?

And before anyone says that my comments here are “women hating” it wouldn’t be the first time, and it certainly won’t be the last.  (Click Here). But I did raise two daughters and I’ll tell you dear reader what I taught them, that if you look to anyone in your life to care for you, then you are a slave. That includes your parents, and it certainly means other family members, friends, neighbors but especially government. If you take money from those thieving losers, then you have signed away parts of your own soul to a life of servitude. To me, “The Life of Julia,” as proposed by President Obama’s vision of the future is slavery of a different kind—it is socialism put kindly and is a sharp march toward “RED” communism. It is the worst kind of social engineering experiment indulged in by any mass society, and it is destructive to the human soul. The life of Julia is one I would never recommend for my daughters, or my wife, mother, or anybody else. The life of Julia is a tyranny that is scandalous to the personal sovereignty of every human being that breathes, and should be rejected by all Americans, no matter what their sex or race.

But the Obama administration knows what magic tricks work behind the progressive push for feminism, a blind collectivism that unifies women everywhere to a feeling of inequality which is simply a hoax designed to get all women to jump away from the tyranny of their families into the tyranny of Big Daddy Government. In the end, the women are not free, just used for political purposes and tossed away to the careless indulgence of bureaucrats and their parental rolls of a New World Order where parents will become obsolete, and all citizens are but brothers and sisters to their guardians in government—those obese, comb-over politicians of corruption and name plates. That is the life of Julia. 

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The ACLU: Black Knights disguised as galliant freedom fighters

The ACLU advertises itself as being an organization that fights for the rights of the people and protects free speech. But the true nature of the ACLU agenda has roots that run deep into the gardens of society. And those gardens as they exist now are full of weeds pushed up by the ACLU.

A representative of the ACLU, an earnest man from the Ohio chapter, not too long ago spoke at a Tea Party event in southern Ohio, for the Liberty Township group, a satellite of the Cincinnati Tea Party. In his talk he was questioned about why the ACLU was suing Arizona for its new immigration law. The man then danced vigorously on the stage, even though there wasn’t any music.

He was of course not literally dancing, but was dancing with words which infuriated the Tea Party group, because it had become obvious he couldn’t give a straight answer. The audience wondered why a group named, the American Civil Liberties Union, didn’t represent the Americans terrorized by illegal immigrants and border violence, but chose to take a position in favor of people who weren’t even American citizens.

The credibility of the ACLU will always be in question. This is a group that gives legitimacy to groups like NAMBLA, the North American Man/Boy Love Association, but is shy to take up positions which favor the Second Amendment, hiding behind the Supreme Court case of United States v. Miller in 1939. In that case, the right to own a gun transported across state lines was attacked because it wasn’t a gun that could be used in a militia and the gun fell under commerce because it was transported from Oklahoma to Arkansas. Such legal dancing is routine, and is the embodiment of how our current case-law has drifted far from the original constitutional intentions. If the ACLU put the same energy into defending Second Amendment rights, or 10th Amendment rights instead of groups like NAMBLA, we might have a much different country that more accurately represents what the founders envisioned.

But the ACLU has chosen to walk down the road that has had more influence on our constitution than most any organization, and they’ve done it by forming case-law around issues like homosexual rights in the military, or the right of a man to lust after a young boy. As a group of only 500,000 members it generates over $85 million in revenue. This makes it a cleverly disguised lobby group for some of the more radical members of our society that have indirectly attacked the principles of our constitution. And this lobby group is attacking elements of our country like cancer cells do to the human body.

The ACLU has been routinely affiliated with communists. In 1940, they formally banned communists from the organization, even though the founder, Roger Baldwin was a former supporter of communism, in order to give an appearance of neutrality in legal cases. Bernadine Dohrn, leader of the Weather Underground and wife of Bill Ayers was a legal researcher in 1990 and 1991. She is one that took a stand of support for the violence of Charlie Manson during the Helter Skelter issue. With such people in the ACLU, is it any surprise that the ACLU opposes capital punishment because of its ultimate denial of civil liberties? Charles Manson’s trial expenditure came to over $770,000 and his cost of imprisonment has cost tax payers more than $644,000. In such a clear-cut case, such as the Manson issue, why has he been allowed to burden our tax system, along with thousands like him? The ACLU is proud that it takes on any client without judgment. But what the ACLU leaves in its wake is a path of destructive case law that cripples our legal system.

Was it such a great victory for free speech to have the Ten Commandments removed from the courthouses of Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky, when so much of our country was founded on principles of divine trust and guidance? The ACLU successfully attacked The Ten Commandments, but is silent on the violation of the 10th Amendment over the Health Care Bill. Our Constitution is a uniquely profound document. It has produced the greatest country on the face of the earth in known history. However, it allows groups like the ACLU to exist because of the Constitution, even if the intent of the ACLU is to subtly attack the founding document and reshape it into something more akin to The Communist Manifesto.

Beware of those white knights that proclaim to help, such as how the ACLU portrays itself. They may actually use the guise of goodness as a way to get behind our defenses and destroy everything from within. And the well-intentioned speaker from the Ohio Chapter, bright-eyed and believing that he is the champion for the weak, and defender of the Constitution…..that is why we have the Second Amendment. We don’t need the ACLU. It’s time to tend to our garden and start pulling the weeds, so the flowers can bloom. And it’s time to spread some mulch so the weeds can be choked off from the sunlight, and stop growing. Once all the weeds are gone, and we can see our garden again, we’ll be surprised at how robust that garden flourishes.

In the garden of America it is groups like the ACLU, NAMBLA, Teacher’s unions, lawyers in general, multi-term politicians and presidents who want to be remembered as kings who are our weeds, and it’s time now to remove them from our landscape.

 

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