Trump’s Chances of Winning: Visit your local Victory Center today

Shhhhhh, don’t tell anybody. There is a very good reason that Democrats are turning to violence and panic during the 2020 election season. They have tried literally everything in their wheelhouse including the outright threat of violence and still President Trump is projected to win around 362 Electoral votes based on a recent Helmut Norpoth model. Now of course the media and the Democrats know this, and so does the deep, deep, Deep State, but the networks live off advertising and they need to call the horse race as if everything will be close so that politicians will continue spending money on ads. But that Helmut Norpoth model is not a one off, it is like very close to how election night will manifest after all is said and done. The evidence of it is in how the DNC had to blame Covid-19 for why they had to “socially distance” and have all their speeches carefully choreographed at their national convention. Because they have no real audience, the polls the media have been talking about showing Biden in the lead are purely for theatrical reasons, to keep ad buys occurring in the horse race, but the reality is that they don’t have any enthusiasm which is why they keep blowing on the fires of Antifa and Black Lives Matters to provoke riots and terror on the streets, because that’s literally all they have left.

But you have to understand that you can’t just sit back and hope everything holds, you do need to fight back not just with a vote on election night, but in the events leading up to it. And for that reason Trump election stations are opening up all over the country where you can get yard signs and other election gear to help make sure that Helmut Norpoth model holds true. And as I visited the opening of the Trump Headquarters in West Chester it was obvious to me that everything was well on track. There was a lot of enthusiasm for Trump in Butler County, Ohio. I would go so far to say there was plenty of unimpeded swagger that saw easily behind all the liberal nonsense that has been presented either through Covid-19 or the racial violence. A lot of Democrats are setting themselves up for a very disappointing November 4th. They’ve gone all in on this election and they simply don’t have the cards and they knew they didn’t when they made their bets. They are purely trying to bluff their way through this election and the people I talked to at the Trump Headquarters knew it and could smell the blood in the water.

You have to understand that an incumbent president has only lost twice to a challenger in America’s young history, once to President Reagan where Jimmy Carter was a one termer because of the terrible economy and the massive debacle in Iran. Then there was George Bush senior who lost to Bill Clinton. I remember both of those times well, especially the Bush election. I was a defector of the Republican Party that time and voted for Ross Perot. Not only that, but I campaigned for Perot and was “heavily” involved in that election even going to Dallas, Texas for a grand fortissimo which I’ll never forget so I know why Bush lost to a split Republican vote. That is how Clinton won with a minority of American support. Bush was a Deep Stator who didn’t get it and was a globalist even back then. The Republican Party like many today thought Ronald Reagan was bad for the brand, so after only one term of Bush, many Republicans like me were looking for a better fiscal representative and we found it in Perot.

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Trump hasn’t done anything to make himself a one term president, which has left Democrats to threaten literal violence to scare away voters, and that is something that should anger everyone, that they respect us all that much to actually think that is a viable method of behaving. I personally think Trump can do better than the 362 he is projected to win; I think California is up for grabs and maybe even New York. The governors of those states have really put the clamps down on their people with Covid-19 purely to try and make Trump look bad and hurt the economy to give Democrats a better chance at winning elections, and there is a lot of anger out there. A LOT. People want to punch back and Democrats have not been able to hang any of it on Trump, leaving them holding the hot potato even though the nightly news has tried to hide it. People see and they understand.

Literally, the only way that Democrats can win anything is by either cheating with mail-in ballots or they scare away Republican voters from even trying to vote. That is their only method which is why they are showing so much desperation, because they are literally aware that if things continue as they are and they lose, they will be knocked on their heels for a very long time—which is where we come in. Times like this require action and the least you can do dear reader is to go to your local Trump headquarters in your town and pick up some yard signs and find out what you can do to help. I was very inspired by the rage I saw at the one in West Chester. I talked to a lot of old friends and made some new ones and believe me, they are ready for a fight if it ever came down to it, which is why I’m publishing these little inside the baseball analytics. The Democrats are kicking their own ass so there is no reason to go hang their hides on a flag poll and dance on their ripped out hearts—not yet anyway. But what they do need to see is how hopeless their situation is and to see Trump signs everywhere, to see people wearing MAGA hats and t-shirts and to get the full brunt of a country who has rejected socialism in everyway that it can be rejected now that Democrats are no longer trying to hide it, to express their opinions.

Don’t be a victim, we all know the various forms of media are liberal. It doesn’t matter that Google, Facebook and YouTube are tied to the mainstream media types who are trying to make Biden look like a giant among politicians. Don’t worry about the stories of Twitter removing conservative voices, or YouTube removing negative comments about Biden or the liberal terrorism of Covid-19 from the internet, it doesn’t matter. Democrats have invested heavily in all these media controls only to find out that people don’t give a shit and don’t listen to them. What they do listen to is what’s in their own pocketbook. Remember, you are in control—not them. They are the ones who should be scared, not you. So don’t be. Go get yourself a Trump sign and stick it in your yard to make sure everyone knows how useless the Democrat’s plight truly is. I filled my yard with them and within days most everyone on my street did the same. Be a leader and ride this wave in the historic way that it is, and show everyone that life will be better on the other side, if only they have the courage to stick with their guts and to support Trump and other Republicans in 2020.

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Government Lied to you About Masks during Covid: The trick to keep coronavirus around longer to help Joe Biden in the election

Most everything about Covid-19, especially the mask mandates, were created as policy by a global oriented political class who in America call themselves socialists/Democrats, to give Joe Biden the contents of his speech at the DNC. I am prepared to say, as I have been asserting, but now have irrefutable evidence that social distancing, shelter in place and the detrimental mandatory mask mandates were completely wrong for containing Covid-19 but were purely political in their implementation. Covid-19 was a viral attack on our political way of life only, and a desperate desire to end the Trump presidency as the last shot they had left after everything else they have tried over the last four years in what many call the Deep State. Skeptics might want to argue that no established power has that kind of power, but history will show that they clearly did and they used it so that Joe Biden could give the speech he did on August 20th 2020. But it does really all come down to the mask mandates, the change agency that they were designed to implement socially, which have nothing at all to do with safety, only the perception of safety

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I have found a way to deal with the mask issue, I hate them with a passion. I think it’s the single dumbest thing I’ve ever seen a government do which is to issue a mask mandate for free people living in the world and the general campaign of wearing them to save others, not yourself. If there was ever a disguised socialist plea, it was the mask mandates, to try and train people to think of others before they think of themselves and to then get them thinking that way for everything, which Democrats think will lead to the kind of socialism Joe Biden represents in this new Bernie Sanders takeover of the party. My rebellion of the masks is to wear silk bandanas which cowboys have always worn to protect themselves from the harsh elements on the open plains. If I must wear something to act professionally or to go to a restaurant, then I’m going to dress the way I have always wanted. Why not if the world is going to go mad. My outfits are typically north of $500-$1000 so I’m sure as hell not going to put on some stupid paper mask that is drenched in spit from a day of breathing. My silk bandanas are nice and light and dry out quickly and are comfortable. I may wear them from now on well after this mandated mask nonsense is over politically, because I like the look and feel and it helps cheat facial recognition software which is a nice bonus. But the standard N95 masks and the general surgical masks were never going to be a part of my life and they never will. I’m not dealing with that crap around my ears all day pressing those damn things up against my lips. I do know quite a lot about science, and it is never a good idea to stifle your access to oxygen and to increase the amounts of CO2 that returns back to your mouth on air intake. My silk bandanas keep the material off my face, my mouth is free of any obstruction and the silk is soft on my nose. It’s the most comfortable mask possible which is why cowboys wore them. It might look a little over the top, but in this insane world, who gives a crap? I don’t.

Much of what Judy Mikovits wrote in her third book ‘The Case Against Masks’ I already knew or expected, but hearing from her and her co-author Kent Heckenlively validated my suspicions about masks from the beginning and show without a shadow of a doubt that the desire for mask mandates were always purely political. These two authors are a couple of the most banned people on the internet, but I wouldn’t stop with them. Anybody like them who is questioning the “expert science” offered by Bill Gates, Dr. Fauci, Google, Facebook and the communist loving World Health Organization has been similarly banned, which is precisely why I trust them over the political mechanisms mentioned. This new book is not very long, but it has enough information about masks and why they don’t work to fill the mind of a reader with a proper defense to launch a proper argument. For me the biggest takeaway that I didn’t know about Covid-19 was that the half-life of it in sunlight is 2 minutes, meaning direct sun kills the virus. That means that the masks are the completely wrong tactic for defeating the virus. The more sun people are exposed to, the better way to kill the virus.

There are many facts like that in ‘The Case Against Masks’ but for me, that was the silver bullet. Forget about hydroxychloroquine, the ultraviolent light from the sun is the best defense against Covid-19. By wearing a mask you are only trapping the virus against your face and keeping the sun from getting to it making you more of a contamination risk, not less. But the “science” of the Democrats don’t want people to know that, because they need the virus to be around for the election so that Biden can make his case for mandatory masks and use the torpedoed economy as a way to hopefully remove Trump from office. And the proof of the Mikovits position against masks could be seen in two mass events in South Dakota where direct sunlight without masks impeading ultraviolent light provided examples of virus containment and killed any spreading. The first was the 4th of July fireworks at Mt. Rushmore where Trump gave a speech to a crowd not socially distancing from each other and not wearing masks. The second was the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally where half a million people did the same, yet Covid-19 did not spread. That is because the sunlight killed it.

And that has been the logical conclusion all along, yet scientists and government hid that little fact from the media and people in general so that they could keep the pandemic alive long enough to hopefully get Joe Biden elected. We have all be wearing these stupid masks all this time for absolutely no reason, but only to help Joe Biden with his election attempts. That’s all the masks have meant and what the real reason for mandating them has been. In the way that only government can, they have compelled us against our will by extorting our employment options with penalty in order to help Democrats do better in the upcoming election by prolonging a virus outbreak that they helped plan, and they held back knowledge of the real science for purely political reasons. The masks have been a scam at best, and a political weapon intent for Democrats. Where people have rebelled against masks, Covid conditions have improved. And that should tell you everything you need to know.

There is a panic out there because people are tired of the masks and they are not wearing them, and the case counts are diving quickly. Its still only August so for the Democrats that is too early. In many ways they struggled to keep the story alive until the DNC Convention. But by Election Day, the Covid counts will be virtually gone because as people get sick of the masks and stop wearing them, and sunlight gets to people’s faces once again, there is no way for the virus to live on a host unless it is shielded from the sun by a mask—which was always the point of mandating the masks—not to keep people safe, but to allow the virus to live longer and do the most political damage against Trump that they could. And for many people, they will have a hard time believing that a political party can be that evil. But believe me, they can be, and they are.

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The Danger of Safety: You have to assume that the Government knew what it was doing with Covid-19, which it never did

The attempt at a new normal is nothing short of a political coup, an attack on all of us using the data analytics of a new kind of AI police state to make their move during an election year, when they think things are most favorable to them. Anybody who thinks differently is functioning from dangerous naivete. Covid-19 turned out to not be so dangerous, much less so than most things we do in life, but as we saw this past week when a Cincinnati Reds baseball player was found to have the little virus, the games between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati were canceled and the teams couldn’t play at all, because of that one guy. That is of course ridiculous, and medical professionals with the help of government will attempt the same kind of drama with the NFL. The goal for them is control by using a mask of safety to gain a foothold on economic activity, and they aren’t going to let go soon. President Trump has already taken steps to mitigate the danger within his own administration where all this started by pushing Dr. Fauci off into the background as a liberal activist and promoting a new advisor, Dr. Scott Atlas.

The intention behind the push to make “safety” a new kind of constitutional right, as liberals have tried to implement health care in the same way is all about an actual attack on economic activity and to force change in a very political world that supports long desired leftists fantasies, like having control over sports in America, and all other entertainment enterprises. These power hungry doctors don’t want you to forget about them with a leisure sport, their alliance with the kind of A.I. police powers that are part of the analytics of Facebook and Google have sold them information on most people and they know that people are naturally afraid of danger so they are now using these key words to shake people at a subconscious level into submitting control over to the leftists political strategies. In that way, safety and the expectation of it as the primary driver of all human activity is part of their desired “new normal” and they fully expect us all to forget about the days when markets drove trends based on need, instead of doctor induced fears putting a barrier in front of desire that will then halt economic expansion in ways defying impulse. And they never plan to go away, they insist on this being the new normal forever.

That is why I say all the time, and have always said, it is best to manage fear, not to live under its thumb. My nickname after all of Cliffhanger is about that very need, I don’t live my life with any fears. You can’t call yourself free if you are afraid of things because those things can be used against you to manipulate existence. When you think of an American you should think of a fearless person, not some masked chicken shit. And that is precisely the punishment of opening the schools and forcing students to wear masks all day long through the miserable experience. The only way teacher’s union employees would even consider opening schools would be if they can “feel safe” with students submitting to mask mandates. It doesn’t matter if the masks actually work, it only matters how people feel. Then once that logic is accepted, then all kinds of other government mandates can be introduced.

Behind the attempts at making safety the primary political expectation is to accept that the government knows what its doing. The proposal is that if people accept that “feeling safe” is more important than the facts of a matter, then a ruse of control can then be implemented to change the nature of our society—whether its true or not. Feeling something is more important than the facts which opens up all sorts of violations against logical thinking which is what government needs to expand their control over individual lives using the Covid-19 virus as a gateway to other things they intend to try toward that objective. Yet for any of it to work, any mind must accept that the government knows what to do against Covid-19, that the masks and social distancing are actually good and wise measures to fight the virus, or whether avoiding the virus all together is something we should even try to do. Nobody has really asked until very recently if any of the counter measures are things we should have been doing from day one, or if in doing them we have exacerbated the spread of the virus in negative ways. Then we are supposed to accept that half of all our restaurants are going to close by the end of 2020 as a culture, and that education must be delayed, and that college sports should be cancelled, that we should accept mask mandates as the new normal even though there is absolutely no science that says any of it actually works and is good for us, we are supposed to accept it all because it makes us “feel safe.”

The danger is that if we are measuring things in just “feelings” then it suddenly makes the governments lazy employees suddenly relieved to know that their job performance won’t be measured in actual facts, but in how people “feel” about the job they do which is the point of their embrace. When you demonstrate that you can make people “feel” anything you have shown that you have control over their minds, and those people are no longer free to think for themselves. When an entire society out of trust in their government allows themselves to feel a fear, they are then surrendering logic over to terrorists who are using fear to control the political currents of our times. Whereas the good and noble leaders of any culture would seek to alleviate fear so that people could embrace happiness, here the goal is control based on no facts of the Covid-19 virus, but purely the feeling of avoiding the impact of a completely made-up viral strategy.

I would offer what I do for myself, to embrace danger wherever you can, and to accept that growth opportunities in any fashion come from risk. We should know that even education is a risky endeavor and that too much safety ruins people with a lack of activity that humans just aren’t meant to avoid. Risk and danger are important to human growth, and the government attempts at safety only serve their lazy approach to leadership. Its risky to ask someone out for a date, it’s risky to drive a car, its risky to play baseball, its risky to eat food in a restaurant cooked by perfect strangers, risk is everywhere and in most things that we do. What government has worked hard to do with Covid-19 in conjunction with other world powers and a mass network of corporate pin-heads running these new A.I. surveys of our lives and using that information to make policy decisions is just lazy.  And they expect this new normal to stick, even as more and more people are realizing that everything that was done to avoid Covid-19 was complete bullshit, and clearly not worth the problems they created in doing it.

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Mike DeWine has Created in Ohio a Dangerious Situation: Why Stand your Ground legislation led by George Lang is the only way out

George Lang is one of the biggest advocates of gun rights in Ohio, without question. But he’s not stupid, he knows that the first thing Ohio needs for a good economy is jobs, so he has a really monumental focus as a legislator on his Business First, Small Business Caucus in Columbus, which is gaining momentum even as Covid-19 under the guidance of Governor Mike DeWine has destroyed much of the economic gains made recently. George understands that people need jobs and the best way to get those jobs is through small business, so its his plan to make business investment into Ohio conducive to investors—because that’s where everything starts. From a good, successful life, people then can acquire property and it is there that the needs for “stand your ground” laws need to be strengthened as a natural extension of the business first process. Recently, Stand Your Ground legislation was re-introduced in the Ohio House where George Lang was the chairman of the bill’s committee where several opponents came forward to speak against it within a 24-hour notification period. For the news, that was a big story because outside the Statehouse were protests guided by Black Lives Matter, and Antifa who truly want to destabilize the natural order of things. And still daily are the antics of Mike DeWine who has made Ohio a much more dangerous place by the day by bending the knee to lawlessness and the fearful antics of Covid-19.

There was a lot of controversy about George Lang stating during the primary that he didn’t want to do the heavy lifting on a gun bill supporting Stand Your Ground, because for him that is putting the cart before the horse. There needs to be a vibrant economy and that is the first need we have in Ohio for pro-growth in the future. His rival in the primary, Candice Keller sponsored a strong Stand Your Ground effort that saw a lot of support from the gun rights community, but it was introduced on the same day that Governor DeWine put out his own legislative suggestions to go the exact other way, to support the gun grabbers using the Dayton shooting last year as a platform to create more restrictive gun laws. So the Keller bill had no chance in that emotional climate. And that was the excuse given when George did act as chairman of this new Stand Your Ground effort, that the climate was wrong, people were still scared over Covid-19, which was the direct fault of Governor DeWine, and now there were riots in Columbus defacing the Statehouse nearly every night, which again was the fault of the Republican Governor Mike DeWine. The problem is that we thought of DeWine as a Republican, but he is anti-gun, he is pro-abortion because he picked Amy Acton as his Director of Health who was an Obama activist, and he has behaved like a typical Blue State legislator on a wide range of topics from taxation, to health care. The result of all these failures has made Ohio a much more destabilized place to live and empowered the rioters making gun legislation like Stand Your Ground much more needed to attract business investment back to Ohio. So that is the story of how George came to be the chairman of that committee. He’d like to think about other things, but really, there isn’t anybody else who will stand up for individual rights who have the political horsepower of Lang in Columbus. There are the usual legislators who punch first and talk second, but something like this needs the touch of George Lang to build up support, so he has stepped up to provide that leadership.

The trouble is there is never a good time to deal with Stand Your Ground. Somebody is always going to be angry at something. It is part of the strategy of chaos to keep us all on our heels so that we can never talk about the real things we need to discuss. The victimization groups always want to think of everything as below the line, so there will never be a good time to defend bills strengthening Stand Your Ground. The activists against gun rights are the same people who want to steal from our businesses and have chaos in the streets which we can all now say we are seeing in live time. We have seen what happens when we get a governor who is weak on law and order, and is willing to bend the knee to the mob, and now we see when there are efforts to defund the police, that there may not be anybody to answer a 911 call. So what are we supposed to do? The day is coming where it will only be the personal use of guns that will keep any semblance of order on our streets.

Stand Your Ground is important as a basic legal philosophy, which would put gun rights in proper alignment with the Ohio Constitution #4 of Article I: The Bill of Rights written in 1851. Its not an outdated notion, no more than any passage of the Bible is outdated in respect to the Ten Commandments. The wording in the Ohio Constitution is as such, Bearing Arms; Standing Armies; Military Power—“The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security; but standing armies, in times of peace, are dangerous to liberty, and shall not be kept up; and the military shall be in strict subordination to the civil power.” Its pretty clear and no activist Supreme Court Judge can make case law otherwise, even though they have tried. As it stands now, case law says that there is a duty to retreat in an engagement. That is how Mike DeWine has approached Covid-19 and the radical protestors, and the Ohio Statehouse is the evidence of that failure. And our economy is evidence of DeWine’s subjugation to Marxist health “experts” by hiding in our homes until the virus goes away, which has destroyed our economy. In both cases, DeWine’s approach to trouble has led to failure, so that is why Stand Your Ground is being discussed once again, and it needs to be, and needs to be passed. Because in the world of George Lang, and every other state rep in Columbus who cares about business investment in Ohio, guns create a platform of law and order when government fails to create that stabilized consistency.

Mike DeWine’s idea of gun control is the same as his position on riots and Covid-19, to retreat, to bend the knee, and to beg for the bad guys to yield. And we see where that has taken us as a state. Under that climate a business investor would be crazy to look at Ohio and all its government interference, and placating of mobs as a place to bring their jobs and efforts. So that is the reason that Stand Your Ground is important. It brings the Ohio Constitution back to the condition it should be, which gives investors the reassurance they need to re-invest in Ohio after Mike DeWine destroyed the efforts of decades to build trust with the business community within a few short months of failure over Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter protests. To appease any mob of people with the promise to bend the knee to the aggressors, DeWine has made Ohio a much more dangerous place and people will have to defend themselves as a result. And that failure has really harmed the efforts of George Lang to create a business-friendly climate in Ohio, so its no wonder he chaired that Stand Your Ground effort. But it will take more than him to defend the Ohio Constitution especially as it relates to gun rights. And for that, we have a tough fight ahead, but one that will make or break us as a state, and that’s no light matter.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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Tom Brady is going to Tampa Bay: Lessons in leadership that our government could stand to learn

In spite of the entire country being shut down due to stupid politicians overreacting to an obvious power play by the CDC and World Health Organization to get funding for their mythical universal vaccine that they want to implement by 2025—more on that later—I’ve been having a fantastic week. With everything closed it has given more time to read with less distractions and honestly, I wouldn’t mind if it went on this way forever. If I have a reading light and we lost everything of modern convenience, I wouldn’t notice much. But I do not like having the culture we have built as Americans robbed from us. It’s a punch in the face and it deserves us hitting back. So, it has been fun to learn that Tom Brady has signed with my favorite football team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which I haven’t talked about in a while because there hasn’t been much to talk about. However, in the realm of leadership the Glazer Family in Tampa continues to show truly what is at the heart of American innovation and optimism. The Buccaneers have not been to a playoff game for a number of years, but its not because the ownership hasn’t been trying. They have went through a number of coaches and players looking for just the right combination to find a winning team and now that they have signed Tom Brady after his two decades with the Patriots and his six Super Bowls with them, the Buccaneers have nearly guaranteed themselves a shot at that final elusive game at their home stadium since the next one will be at Raymond James Stadium. And the way the deal went down and why is something about leadership worth talking about.

The problem with government is that they don’t understand people and human innovation. Even well intended governors in top tier states like Mike DeWine through limited intellectual bandwidth thinks that his top priority as a governor is to save lives. But through his leadership if he mismanages those priorities he could scare everyone to death trying to save them and that is not uncommon in any top political office where they are put there by popular majority opinion rather than the true nature of a skill set. If you can scare people enough and get them to vote for you, then in politics that is a measure of success, but when real leadership is needed, nobody is there to do it because the job doesn’t flush out those traits in people and you end up with a bunch of losers trying to put a cap on life to measure success within those limits—then we end up with a society of losers. I know Trump understands this trait and he is personal friends with Tom Brady and all those guys get what real leadership is, especially in the context of games. Trump didn’t have much of a choice but to go along with this massive CDC, WHO scheme to get funding for their projects. Panic driven politicians will pay them anything they want now, so the mission has been accomplished for those organizations and if Trump resisted during an election year they would have massacred him in the press. So he is using the virus to unite people from both parties which will pretty much guarantee his re-election. It’s going to cost us trillions of dollars, but who’s counting anyway? We must save lives. (LOL) Trump, like Tom Brady has such great leadership that they think there is no surrender so long as there is time on the clock. If Trump gets re-elected, he figures he can fix everything, which is why he’s a winner. And that is likely what attracted Tom Brady to the Buccaneers, a chance to do the same and punch his own ticket as an individual for a return to a Super Bowl with a loaded team looking for that much needed leadership.

The Glazer Family is unlike other NFL team owners in that they don’t stick with a losing formula long. They will make quick and drastic adjustments to get a winning team, which works in every field—not just sports. So, I have been a Tampa Bay fan since the days that Sam Wyche was with the team after he was fired from the Cincinnati Bengals. I have not been a Bengal fan since. I cheer them on because the Bengals are my home town team, but the Mike Brown ownership of the Bengals and that family in general has a loser mindset that has sealed their fate as long as they own the team, so my decision was to put my sentiment in central Florida, a place I consider my second home anyway. The Buccaneers are loaded with talent trying to make a mediocre quarterback that they had there a champion, but the kid just couldn’t do it. Tom Brady can see it, so he has signed to lead the team to one of the most spectacular seasons that the NFL will ever see. The passing attack will be unstoppable with a quarterback as good as Brady. But those conditions weren’t created by Brady, they were created by an ownership trying every day to win. They had all the pieces in place with the payroll to show for it, but a quarterback. Now they have the best that there has ever been and anybody would have to admire that effort.

As we look around at a world closing itself off from a hidden virus, afraid of their own shadows, it was refreshing to hear from the real world and culture of America when there wasn’t any other positive news. And as bad as things have been, I enjoyed tremendously getting this news. It has been such a let down to see that the mighty American economy could be switched off so easily over a fear provoked by health officials who are always looking for money and attention that it has ground our culture to a stop and given our enemies the benefit of a laugh. I have watched the Buccaneers struggle through many seasons where they entered it with optimism and ended in failure but what I always love about them, and why I have stuck with them for so long is that they always keep trying and are perpetually on the hunt for great leadership. And that’s why they were willing to do whatever they had to do to acquire Tom Brady. In politics we have elections that allow us to look for great leadership and when we have had it, the established order of losers have attacked it with everything they have. And what’s depressing about this China Virus scare is that we have allowed it to even ruin our elections. That’s why this news about Tom Brady going to my favorite team was so optimistic. Its good to see out there that some people still get it, Brady gets it, the team gets it, and the ownership in Tampa gets it. And maybe when other people see all these elements coming together they might learn something about having a winning attitude, even when failure and loss is the only thing they experience. There is a lot of merit in continuing to try until you do get it right and after America comes out of this fake virus scare, they’ll learn a few things by watching Tom Brady pick a franchise up on his back and carry it to a victorious season. The same kind of sentiment can be done in politics if only people had the courage to do it.

Rich Hoffman

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Mike DeWine Caving into the Real Life Jokers: When evil gets their way on gun control and the good cower with appeasment

One of the reasons I continue to be angry at the Joker film is precisely due to the way the media and even Governor DeWine has attempted to advance gun control in the state of Ohio. For all the artistic sentiments of the Joker, and why I have been talking about it so much is because it clearly tells the story of how liberals view the world. In it, Arthur Fleck is given a gun by a co-worker for free, because this friend supposedly wants to keep the professional clown from getting beat up so much. The gun then ends of getting Fleck fired from his job when it accidently falls out of his outfit while performing for cancer kids. Then while being beat up on the subway by rich, Wall Street types, Fleck uses the gun, because he has it, to kill the three attackers which puts him on a path of psychopathic violence and murder. The short story is that it was access to the gun that made the Joker, and very little else. Then of course when such things happen in real life we expect pink Republicans like Mike DeWine to side with liberal mayors like the gun control advocate that claimed fame after the recent mass shooting there to push for more gun control—and the media applauds as all that activism takes place right under our noses and is sold to the stupid with films like the Joker.

I expect the Ohio House to destroy Mike DeWine’s “Strong Ohio” gun control measures which go way to far in expanding background checks and trying to create a path to removing guns from people who may be harmful to themselves or others as defined by friends and neighbors. With the amount of gun shots and bullwhip cracks that come from my house on a daily basis, DeWine’s gun control bill could mean trouble for me from nosy neighbors and family members who may be “concerned” about my sanity—because I believe strongly in the Second Amendment and like to shoot guns a lot. The spirit of the law does nothing to cause mass shootings because the real issues that inspire such terrible conditions were actually displayed quite brilliantly within the story of the Joker—an activist Hollywood culture that takes no responsibility for the violence of their films and hides their political activism behind “art.”

There was a scene in the Joker at the end where a murderous Arthur Fleck told Robert De Niro’s late-night comedy commentator that his murders weren’t political, that he was just doing them for the enjoyment of it. Yet moments later the Joker was being placed on the hood of a police car after he shot De Niro point blank in the face on live television making him a hero of the downtrodden. A riot broke out and it was the Joker who was its leader through his murderous actions, and it was clear that the message of the film to all the troubled souls out there like the real life Arthur Fleck might follow in his footsteps stepping from fiction to reality. Such a story could certainly be told of the extreme gun hating mass shooter in Dayton Connor Betts.

I certainly let everyone I know close to the Governor, which is quite a few people by the way, know how I felt about the intentions of his red flag law proposal and to his credit he did back off. Not just because what I said on Monday October 8, 2019, but thousands of people like me who enjoy shooting and make guns a fundamental part of our American lifestyle based on good legal necessity. But it wasn’t enough for USA Today, The Dayton Daily news or The very liberal Cincinnati Enquirer, the headlines against the governor was that he wimped out and didn’t go full “red flag” but instead proposed a “pink slip” system which places mentally ill Ohioans in hospitals for up to 72 hours. Well, why would we do that, especially if we’ve seen the Joker.

The core of the problem is in how we define mental illness, which I would seriously indicate could involve every single person who calls themselves a Democrat. Then of course if Democrats were in power, they would call every single Republican insane. The definition of such a thing largely then becomes defined by perception and it is a means to taking guns from citizens, then it becomes very dangerous. The trouble with everything that Mike DeWine proposed is that it is anti-Republican and it hurts me to say it, but he should have never even put his name next to a proposal of Democrat radicalism. Any gun control measure is a suggestion for more government expansion, more money for mental illness, more hospital care, more cops, more monitoring agents when the ones we have now don’t do enough as it is. It doesn’t deal with the real problem which is liberalization as defined in the movie Joker.

When liberals empower others to blame their issues on society, or “fairness” in general, the are creating a path to action for the next mass shooter. By studying all the recent mass shooters, we can see that most of them were outright Democrats, or just plain anarchists. Most of them abused drugs and came from homes without a father. Clearly those are the kinds of things that we should be thinking about, but we aren’t instead the violence is provoked by the left, especially in movies and political positions shown in the Joker, and it is they who advocate for the gun control to fulfill their aims of eradicating the American Constitution into a more United Nations friendly document. The political left is completely invested in this topic and it shows in their products. To see the level of hatred that Hollywood and the mainstream media in general has for gun ownership in America just go see the Joker. People might say that the messages are subtle, but to me they are as obvious as Chevy Chase’s Christmas lights on his house in National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. The Joker movie was an outlandish example of liberal viewpoints against guns and how to manage mental health and was an open call to send other psychotic dissidents into the streets to do as Connor Betts did, and that is to kill people with guns so that governors like DeWine would cave in against their base and create laws liberals want.

Honestly, I’m tired of all those losers trying to step into my life and to change it with feelings of guilt, shame and the subtle threat of violence. Movies like the Joker and the countless hours of victimization programing we see on CNN, NBC, ABC and many others cause these problems. While seeing the Joker I noticed another Harley Quinn movie was coming out, which is the Joker’s girlfriend, and Disney is doing Maleficent 2. Hollywood continues to try to make the bad guys good and with it they give truly disturbed people an excuse to snap and go on mass killing sprees, then when it happens, they don’t apologize and ask for forgiveness. Instead, they take their money to some tropical island and demand for more gun control where losers like Mike DeWine get suckered into trying it. I guess I’m grateful that in Ohio we have a strong Republican House and Senate. Because if not for them, Mike DeWine would be a runaway train of liberalism and big government expansion.

Rich Hoffman
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The 1977 Act of Emergency Economic Powers: Ending communism once and for all

Not that its any kind of surprise, but it is important to note, Democrats do wish harm on you and me so they can have a hope of beating Donald Trump in the next election coming in 2020. They’ve tried everything, the Russian hoax, the constant name calling and belittling of his entire family, and openly mocking everything he has done over the last three years as President of the United States. Now their last and only hope is to harm the economy because its all they have left. Everyone knows that Trump is going to run on his great economy so its logical that they would try to harm it, and in so doing, would wish harm on every single American just so they can gain power. Make sure to remember that. They don’t care how many lives might be wrecked in the process, all they care about is gaining and keeping power. So the economy is their target and I am very pleased to learn that President Trump is perfectly willing to protect the economy with the 1977 Act of Emergency Economic Powers.

The economy is largely driven by sentiment. A happy society generally has a happy economy, so all the psychological mechanisms that make human beings do the things that they tend to do are what drive up economic numbers. The Trump presidency has only created good sentiment for the economy by reducing taxes, putting money back in the pockets of the people who create good sentiment, and deregulating the industry so that more people can participate at a faster rate. The low unemployment that we have had and several consecutive quarters of positive GDP growth are only scary to Democrats because its proof that the President’s policies have been working and show no signs of abating by the next election, so its now or never for them and they are trying to throw the kitchen sink at him in an all out effort to defeat him in the election. Its as simple as that.

China as a communist power has been leveraging against the United States for decades and there are plenty of Americans on the liberal side of politics who helped make that happen and wanted to drive our economy into the waiting hands of China. As a result, much more of our modern media is owned or is directly influenced by China making them pawns for Trump’s trade war which had to happen. China couldn’t be allowed to continue to mooch off the American economy the way they were. Any of my readers here know that I have been reporting for decades that China’s economy is directly tethered to America. Without America they have nothing. So in any negotiation with them, this must be revealed. Once China put $75 billion worth of tariffs on American imports Friday, it was the best move possible for Trump to order all American companies out of China and into some other market, preferably America. This of course shocked the world, but its nothing short of the best strategy. We aren’t talking about simple and free open markets here, we are talking about defeating at the very least communism once and for all. And for that, the sympathizers are furious, especially those domestic enemies in North America who have been trying to get communism put in place for most of the last century.

I don’t talk about it much because it was so long ago but my sentiments about communism and the political left was solidified a long time ago. As I have reported, I have had a colorful life and spoken often with people from all kinds of backgrounds. I’ve always been a conservative, but I have a personality that gets along with anybody anywhere about anything. I can speak to people from the other side without losing myself and that has given me the opportunity to socialize with many kinds of people over the years. And so it was that for a period in my life I was invited to all the big parties in Cincinnati that sort of hung off the University of Cincinnati who lived along the rim of Clifton overlooking the city in their very nice homes and I got to know their minds well. I spoke to them as I would anybody, with honor and respect, but any compassion I had for the other side’s way of thinking evaporated in those gatherings. Essentially, they were communists, they wanted communism in America and they were set to do anything to get it. And when I talk about these people, I’m talking about the Dwight Tillery crowd when he was mayor, and Roxanne Qualls and the type of people who hung on their every word. There were the top architects of the city at these events and producers of television and stage plays, owners of the media, all the big wigs of our “culture.” So I learned first hand what they were all about and it was quite clear that the left wing of politics wanted China’s communism.

Clinton was president during those years and those types of people were very ostentatious about their sentiments. They figured that it wouldn’t be long when China would simply absorb America’s economy and we’d all be working for the communist, so they were happy. When Clinton came to town they all rushed out to lick his boots and they were elated to do it. They put up with me and my views because they liked my charisma and they figured I wasn’t a threat. My America was dying and being compassionate liberals, they didn’t mind my acquaintance because deep down inside, someone has to do the work of living, and being natural mooches, they knew to stay close to a guy like me. So, I learned a lot from them, and those types of people haven’t changed no matter what city we are talking about. Only now their theories have failed, and they are desperately trying to cover their tracks whereas then they were just getting a few presidents, in Clinton, Bush and Obama who would prop up communist China and help bring that socialist philosophy to America.

In that regard it doesn’t hurt my feelings at all that companies in China are struggling to figure out to do with President Trump in the White House. But the bottom line is that this fight had to happen and its important that Trump do what he’s doing. The anger about it is obvious because the liberal political party has completely tethered themselves to China over the years and now with the Hong Kong protests and the squeeze from United States tariffs, the Chinese economy is in real danger. And this is all happening at exactly the right time, year three of President Trump’s term with an election year coming up and the potential of four more years of the guy. Liberals know they have no other window if ever to try to topple Trump, so the economy is their target, and they hope it tanks so they can save China and reverse the trend of restoring economic power in the capitalism of the west once and for all to end a debate that was subtly started with the publication of Karl Marx’s works and to restore to the world an economy that does not have communism in it, for the benefit of all.

Rich Hoffman

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Gurpreet Singh is in the Butler County Jail for Murders in West Chester

So what makes a man want to kill his wife and her family, or even think about doing it? Well, only a lowlife functioning from sheer evil would even consider such a thing, and a generally stupid person who didn’t know how to navigate the difficulties that can take place in family politics. But that is precisely what people are wondering after the indictment of Gurpreet Singh that West Chester police say shot and killed his wife, Shalinderjit Kaur and her parents Parmiit Kaur and Hakiakat Singh and his wife’s sister Amarjit Kaur. At the time of the murders in my community of West Chester which is one of the best places to live in the world the behavior was mystifying, and nobody really knew what to think about it. The way normal people deal with family problems in an affluent community is that they go play golf or partake in any of the other wonderful things that there is to do in West Chester that can ease off the steam. But for dumb people encumbered by cultural standards that are not conducive to intelligent discourse, it appears that Singh wanted out of his marriage contract with his wife and her family, so he killed them with 18 bullet holes dispatched in their little apartment not far off RT 747 in the valley beneath Beckett Ridge.

Cold blooded killers are often good liars and con artists who can lie to your face and sound very convincing. In fact, it was Singh who called the police on that dreadful night in April 28th of 2019. When they arrived, they detained him for questioning but did not arrest him as a suspect because he was able to sell himself off as a credible victim who had found the bodies and went into a panic. But Singh seemed fishy from the start, I certainly thought it was him who had committed the murders. Of course the thing to do was to withhold judgment until the investigation fleshed out the details and those details did emerge. Many of us who live and work in West Chester took the murders as a personal offense because those kinds of things should not happen in such a nice community with nice people. But the situation appears to be an assimilation issue where he forgot that in America there are many other ways of solving disputes rather than killing your wife’s family.

But Singh was crafty and sold himself off as innocent which police considered safe the night of the murders. Then when there was a vigil for the slain family Singh was there to essentially continue selling off his innocence by participating. But he moved to Connecticut where he was arrested a month ago once all the arrows of the investigation pointed at him. On Friday of this past week he was extradited back to Ohio and booked into the Butler County Jail on charges of four accounts of murder.

That certainly isn’t the typical case of other members of the Sikh community in Cincinnati. They don’t typically kill each other when there are family disputes, but Singh obviously played this trend to his advantage by being very cooperative with police. However, in many places in the world where marriage means different things to different people, a simple divorce is not always a path out for irreparable disputes so apparently murder is the only way for their small-minded view of the world to deal with the matter. It’s a situation many of us face, even if we’d like things to be different. When you marry a person, you marry their family, otherwise the relationship would just be considered an extended date, or a roommate with benefits. Marriage is the unification of families with all different value systems with their own histories, so it can be very difficult to navigate through troubled parts of a marriage especially when the extended family is involved which in Singh’s case, they were all in his apartment. It is hard to imagine a case where a family argument would ensue that would inspire someone like Singh to grab a gun and kill them all not thinking through the implications. Then throwing that gun in the lake outside of their apartment hoping that nobody would find it. Then call the police and try to sell off his innocence. Really, only an idiot would do something like that. It’s a sad story in every case, and a real insult that the killer has hung that stupidity on our community that really doesn’t deserve it.

Of course, what’s worse is to have the job of the attorney, in this case Charlie Rittgers who had to go out yesterday and declare Singh’s innocence. What a low life job to do, to offer yourself as a voice to such an evil person. If Singh didn’t do the killings, then who did? He left motive and evidence all over the place and his body language was terrible. But in our legal system, we are supposed to give the benefit of doubt and force evidence that proves guilt, well I’m fine with what I’ve heard so far. I thought Singh was guilty that first night, probably the police did too, but needed to gather all the evidence. Now that there is enough evidence for an indictment, what a terrible job to offer yourself as an attorney to try to explain away such an evil. It really is a disgusting endeavor under even the best of circumstances.

When families don’t get along you just can’t kill them or try to hurt them. You must have at least enough mental facilities to work with them otherwise you should never get married to whomever the family is connected to. Most of us have those skills, obviously, Gurpreet Singh didn’t. Instead he used his limited intellect to attempt to pass himself off as an innocent member of the Sikh community. But that is where the real sense of justice is quite evident, because it was other members of the Sikh community who were quite convinced that the killer was Singh because there is still enough honor left in their culture, as opposed to mainstream American culture, to make judgment calls when bad behavior becomes obvious. Singh insulted us all when he tried to pass himself off as an innocent hoping that his broken English would sell him as a husband in mourning over his slain family. But his family and friends knew better and helped the police get to the real story which turns out to be just another sad domestic violence case where resolutions to the problems were out of reach of Singh’s mind.

It wouldn’t be any of our business if the killer didn’t put it in our laps with a murder that should have never occurred. I’m sure it will come out in court, but likely the people Singh killed knew he was a phony which is why he wanted to get rid of them. He came across as a phony in all his public appearances almost shining like a light bulb for a guilty plea. A tough job for Rittgers but if that’s how you decide to make a buck covering for killers, then have fun. For the rest of us, we want to see justice brought to fruition because this idiot put a stain on our community that it clearly didn’t deserve. Singh’s lack of skill and understanding in how to deal with his family should not have given our community the black eye that it did and for that, we all deserve to be more than angry about it.

Rich Hoffman

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Why Marijuana is so Devastating to Any Human Culture

Regarding this marijuana dispensary that is opening in Lebanon, Ohio and the sentiment in the city of Cincinnati to decriminalize pot, that is not a victory. It is simply yielding to the pull of below the line thinking and the lazy desires of the masses to erode away expectations so that they don’t feel so bad about themselves. That is the overall trend of the average pot user, to hide in the shadows and to escape the pressure of expectation which drives all of civilization forward. To answer Chris Smitherman’s comment about the sensibility of continued criminalization of marijuana, the value system that is against pot use is the same one that advances our society in every way, it’s a standard that the human race requires to develop. Saying no to pot and all drugs really is saying yes to civilization and its growth. But you can’t have both. Pot advocates will point to history and say the Egyptians used drugs, that Shakespeare used even marijuana to evoke his literary classics, but I say, where are they now? If you want a society that works and advances, you can’t have a society that endorses drug use. The two just don’t go together and it forces us to make a choice. In a nutshell, that is why I’m against drug use and advocate for their continued criminalization.

Over the last couple of years, I have really developed a respect for the game of golf and baseball. Its not that I have time for it now, but golf is a game that takes time to play and I like the above the line nature of it. Often at courses there are rules that players must have collars on their shirts and even that their shirts must be tucked in. What you don’t see typically on a golf course are a bunch of losers smoking pot. The same in baseball to a large extent. People aren’t going to be smoking a lot of pot and expect to hit a 95-mph baseball. And in golf, drugs and accuracy just aren’t conducive to one another. I like those sports because they force people to rise up to their natures rather than to bow down to their below the line animal sentiments.

When I was younger and the concept of even being able to play golf was a far-off objective, because I couldn’t afford to spend the money to play the game, and I certainly didn’t have the free time to play. For the first thirty years of my adult life I literally worked 7 days a week, so I didn’t have any four hour windows to play such a game. But in the back of my mind I always enjoyed the above the line nature of the game, the well-tended landscaping. The good dress of the players and participants. I did marry a country club girl in the heyday of the Beckett Ridge Country Club. In fact our wedding reception was held at the club as her parents were members of good standing back then. But I was always a bit of a rebel and always wanted to do my own thing. Rules weren’t then and still aren’t attractive, but I do appreciate as a baseline a standard of behavior that sets goals high and forces others to live up to them.

In that regard as society has shown less respect for a value system, to me golf courses and country clubs are much more appealing than they used to be for me. And probably because I’m in a period of my life where I can actually participate, that likely is the biggest reason. And I would argue that the same trend trajectory is present in pot advocate supporters, only in reverse. They look at their lives and see where they have made all these mistakes along the way and they know, or at least feel, that they will never be able to get into a country club, or be able to play golf with some friends and they instead advocate for the removal of standards so that they don’t have to feel so bad about themselves. That pot facility in Lebanon is supposed to be a medical marijuana dispensary that requires a doctor’s prescription. But drug users know they can get a glaucoma diagnosis from any second-rate doctor and they are all set to buy. But to even get the drugs it encourages people to yield to their weaknesses rather than overcoming them and that is the source of the whole marijuana debate. Even if we take away the pot smoke and just look at the consumption of mariuman in any way for pain relief, what we are doing is yielding to our weaknesses and seeking a below the line judgment to hide behind, rather than forcing ourselves to do better and work harder at life. That is the ultimate price of any society that embraces drugs to cut away the tensions of their lives. Tensions are created by expectation. Not having the ability to manage those expectations is the larger social problem that is worsened by the use of pot.

The more that our society rejects standards of good conduct, the more my rebellious side wants to embrace those standards so these days the uppity trends of golf are very appealing as opposed to the grungy, dirty freaks of below the line counterculture. When people make fun of the standards that are quite common in golf, what they are really saying is that they are too lazy to live up to them so they’d rather hide behind excuses to not participate because they fear they will never measure up to the standard. And pot helps them hide that fear through intoxication and social stigma. So to get back to the question, what does it hurt if people in Cincinnati are carrying around bags of pot? Well, it accepts a lower standard in our culture which will ultimately destroy it. Its one thing to have laws on the books and to not enforce them because there is no jail space and the cops don’t really have the heart to do so. But decriminalizing it means that the standard is ripped away and that society can then accept the below the line behavioral target. And that is where things literally fall apart.

I was listening to 96 Rock this morning and they were very excited about the opening of the Lebanon medical marijuana dispensary. Their reaction to it was relief because they will admit that they aren’t the brightest tacks in the box. And as musical rock advocates they have no ambition in life to be anything great, they don’t want to invent the next boon that saves mankind from its perpetual quest to always regress along the Vico Cycle. In a world of standards, they are OK with saying to it, we are the losers, get used to it. But with the legalization of pot, suddenly that stigma is removed for them and they are now in the mainstream. And they find they are enjoying that, because the standard of behavior has been removed and now anybody can join. That is what happens to failing country clubs when they relax their dress codes and suddenly let anybody play under any conditions. The club will go out of business quickly thereafter. Standards are what bring value to society. Without those standards, everything is in retreat and that is why marijuana or even medical marijuana is a sign of a society on the decline. That that is all the argument that is needed about why decriminalization is such a travesty.

Rich Hoffman

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Why the American Border Has Value and Why We Should Judge Others

Of course, what nobody will say is that the border of the United States has a value that has been lost in the countries where immigrants are coming from and they desire that value intensely. But of course, that value must be protected otherwise it won’t be there for anybody else in the future. What the open border advocates won’t say is that their plan is precisely that. In order to see their goals of global fruition come to light they must remove value from the politics of immigration so that everyone is equally lost to bad philosophic values. In that way the Republic that is the United States represented by capitalism economically would have millions of socialists within it from other failed countries that could vote an insurrection into place giving rise to those global goals. The problem is why those other countries produced such bad results to inspire people to flood the American border. The reality is that all that pain and suffering was done on purpose to invoke the insurrection, and that is the real problem.

A few years ago I had a niece, (I supposed I still do) who started running around with a bunch of bad people. She started smoking, doing drugs and getting all tattooed up like a lot of dumb kids do these days. I tried to pull her aside and tell her what a mistake she was making. At the time she was still around 15 so there was time to save her. But her parents were idiots and had programmed all the wrong kind of things into her mind for which she couldn’t possibly escape. We had a big family fight, for which she was the cause and we haven’t spoken since. Her parting words to the rest of us were that we weren’t supposed to “judge” her.

I thought her plea not to judge was mystifying. Where did she get the idea that society wouldn’t judge her if she made a complete idiot of herself and essentially ruined herself for life? Here was this little baby who 15 years prior we welcomed to the world with open arms and love. And what she did with all that love was toss it out the window on a self-abuse tour that was absolutely destructive and disrespectful to all that we had given her up to that point in her life. Of course, we were going to judge. Every right-minded person does who values what they do. Judgment is an essential navigation tool through life, and without it you end up with a mistake prone idiot, like what she had become.

She learned it from her parents who never took responsibility for anything they did. Everything in their life is the fault of someone else. I refer to those types of people as below the line people, because they are perpetual victimizers of their own fate. Somehow along the many years liberals had embedded this idea of victimization into their political platform and it ended up as part of our public school curriculum which people like my niece learned growing up. So as they entered those tough adolescent years where escape velocity from their parent’s arms seem like the most immediate need any of them ever have their belief was that no matter what they did, nobody would judge them for it. Well, she and all the rest of them were wrong. I judge everyone, and for good reason.

When I first could smell smoke on her at a family gathering, I took the opportunity to let her know I was concerned for her. She told me all the things I wanted to hear then climbed into the back seat of some loser’s car that very night to roll in the debaucheries of low lifes. Before we could blink she was getting tattoos and her mom was playing along with it because she didn’t want to be judged as a failed mom. So to be cool she failed to pass judgment. Before anyone knew it, a solid middle-class family who had just a few years before been considered economically to be a successful family unit were not barely qualified to be trailer trash. Their family went from good people to bad in a matter of a few years leaving them to this very day to be the example of all the things you shouldn’t do in life.

This whole story isn’t about my family, or a little branch of it that failed. It’s about how bad ideas and a lack of judgment can destroy what’s good easily and with great finality. Even if she wanted to, my niece could never restore her good name within the family and return to the days she enjoyed prior to her fifteen years on earth. And that is very sad, for everyone. But actions have consequences and love can be lost if it is abused. Love for all matter of definitions is a value judgement. Once the value has been robbed then the statement has no meaning. We can say we love our country, but if the value of that country is robbed, then what do we love? Nothing. And in the manner of families the possessive tendency of saying its “my family” indicates a value for what you love. But if the love is abused or even removed, then there is nothing to hold the family together and everything falls apart into debauchery and bad behavior—especially among young people trying to escape making the same mistakes as their parents, but are guaranteeing that they will become just as big of a loser as they were through the child’s bad actions.

The same is true of nations. All these countries outside of the United States have been told by their governments and culture that they could have socialism, that they could have kids by the dozen with no job or income to support them, and that they could live in dirt huts and have a good life living under authoritarian rule. Then when it doesn’t work out who could blame them for wanting to flee to the American border where at least they might have a shot at a good life? The question is, why was their home country so bad to begin with? Well, it’s because their countries were led by all the wrong decision-making parameters and they produced a bad society destined to fail, much like my niece. Judging bad decisions from good ones is the key to understanding. But you simply can’t talk about immigration without first discussing values, why people want to flee from one country and go to another. I would declare that the philosophy of the failed country was on purpose, to inspire desperate people to flee to the American border and to flood it with socialist voters who would collapse the capitalist system for the sake of global socialism. But in that transaction, Americans have every right in the world to declare a value judgment which could result in their own ending. It’s not out of compassion that we are obligated to drop values and judgments to those who are living failed lives. It is out of an obligation that we do pass judgment and force value back into the discussion, because that is the only way other countries, or other people will learn the error of their ways, and correct the behavior.

Rich Hoffman

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