The Disgraceful, Dishonest Press: Liberal losers in Hollywood and the media show how bad it really is

I deal with a lot of people and most of them don’t come as close to being the kind of conservative that I am. So the intolerance to other people’s opinions isn’t something that I understand.  Most of the time I am very disappointed in the people I meet, but I figure if they’ve gotten through 30 to 40 years of life and still have liberal leanings toward things—a five-minute conversation with me isn’t going to change much for them—so I don’t waste the time talking.  I deal with things as close to their level as I can allow myself and move on to the next topic without a thought.  If I didn’t do that I couldn’t speak to anybody—but that’s OK, because that type of thing doesn’t do much for me anyway.  But having an intolerance toward other points of view—if I functioned like that, I simply couldn’t live.  That’s why it is so disgusting to me to see how the White House Correspondents media behaved Saturday night as President Trump stiffed them by doing something else in a different city that night.  I don’t blame Trump at all—the media does cover him differently than say, President Obama.  In spite of all their talk about being a relevant part of “democracy” the press clearly didn’t hold Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Eric Holder to the level of scrutiny that they do anybody in the Trump administration—so it is they who created this mess—and only they can clean it up.

I’ve told you dear reader before, the communist insurgents from the 1950s sought openly to take over Hollywood and the American media hoping to advance those collectivist ideas a half a century later and bring down the capitalist republic envied around the world so that a global order could rise from the ashes. Public schools have assisted in this enterprise and that is why on May first 2017 there were communist demonstrations in cities across America that we wouldn’t have seen ten or twenty years ago.  Those communist sympathizers are now in Hollywood and in our media and they have advanced that communist plot line.  Not that long ago there were a sizable number of conservatives in those fields.  There were always liberals in Hollywood and in the media, but they weren’t this obnoxious and insistent on shutting out conservative voices.  But these days conservatives are under attack which is most evident at Fox News where all the old timers are losing their jobs to more progressive liberals.  I felt sorry for Eric Bolling who had his new show debut at 5 PM on “May Day” and it was a disaster.  Why did he have on Mark Cuban?  He’s an idiot—I don’t want to hear from him.  In fact I didn’t want to hear from anybody but Eric on his show—more opinions don’t equate to better thinking.  But all Fox News could think to do in that time slot was another version of The Five.  I listen to liberals all day long—I don’t want to hear them on my news after working hard all day.  I’m open to other view points, but when it comes to my entertainment time—I’m going to choose people who are like-minded.  If Fox News doesn’t give me what I’m looking for I’ll find other alternatives—and that is the real reason for the misery displayed at the Correspondent’s Dinner Saturday

The country is moving back toward conservatism and the Hollywood types along with their partners in the media don’t like it. They are not open to people with other opinions and it shows in the way the covered Obama.  There were so many things they could have nailed him on, but because he was a black Democrat they literally gave him a free pass—but decided to put down the gauntlet for Trump and we all see it.  Who do they think they’re kidding?  They are the cause of all the divisiveness and when we don’t go along with their media plans—and just openly accept their stupid progressivism they think we are the ones who are intolerant.   Check out the riots just this year at Berkeley.  That will tell you everything you need to know.

For instance, I typically enjoy the Star Trek movies when they come out, so I watched the last one, Star Trek: Beyond.  It was horrendously stupid—overly progressive and ridiculously political.  They were more concerned with showing gay sex and multi-cultural civilization than in telling a good story—so the movie bombed.  It was rejected at the box office just like most projects are that are overly sexualized toward a progressive direction—because the United States as a market is not liberal.  When media companies start thinking their task is to make people into a certain thing by using art to take them there—they will likely fail if that art does not represent the demographic targeted by the art.  Star Trek: Beyond might represent the gay people at a Pride parade with all their rainbows and dudes dressed in drag—but it doesn’t register with some mechanic in Wichita, Kansas who is certainly not thinking of sticking any part of himself in the ass of some hairy assed man.  The media both in the press and in entertainment failed to understand their marketplace and thought they actually had the power to move culture instead of giving culture what it wants.

That is the big distinction, the liberals in the news media think they can shape the minds of their viewers and the hard reality tells them that people will leave and seek out other objectives. I seldom watched The Five on Fox because I didn’t want to hear from Jaun Williams or Bob Beckel.   It’s nothing personal, I just don’t want to hear their liberal voices—it’s a waste of my time.  It’s not that I’m intolerant, it’s that I don’t want to hear it—and that is what the media is missing now that we are in the age of Trump.  They are making themselves less relevant day by day and they still don’t know it.  By the way they behaved at the correspondent’s dinner—they really don’t understand America at all.  They only understand the progressive culture of New York, Washington D.C. and a few cities in California—but no place else who actually watch their programming—or not, depending on choices.

Since Fox New canned O’Reilly and really Roger Ailes over the summer, I only watch Lou Dobbs and Brett Baier at 6 pm on the Fox owned networks. I caught the Tucker Carlson segment shown above while I had breakfast because the headline caught my eye.  But I don’t have time to commit to a complete show if the people in it don’t represent what I want to see.  I don’t need a lecture from a bunch of artists and leftists who will take their clothes off for anybody and smoke dope every now and then—to “open” my mind to other points of view.  I know what works and what doesn’t and that’s pretty much it.  Maybe when I was in my twenties I had things to learn.  These days, nobody knows what I do because they don’t work as hard as I do for information—so there isn’t much for them to “teach” me.  I just want the news—not some 26-year-old kid crying about fairness.  I want to see reports on what’s going on in the world and if the press has to spin it at all, I want a conservative view-point.  I don’t want to listen to liberals cry about every little particle floating around the universe.

It was very disingenuous to listen to the press complain about Trump because honestly, I’m not sure they know where they live. All they really accomplished was that they confirmed they didn’t understand the average Trump voter who has loaded up government positions with conservatives at all levels.  It’s pretty bad that POLITICO released in its recent survey that no members of the press identify themselves as Republican—when the people they are covering most likely are—and the audience who wants their news.  When a majority of the press are openly Democrats it becomes a larger problem and we saw it during the Obama years and the Clinton election where they lost.  They didn’t understand what happened then, or why it was a problem, and they know even less now.  Yet for them the world will go on without them—because that’s how things work.  It’s just too bad their liberal college professors never taught them that so to save them from this present disgrace.

Rich Hoffman


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To the Democrats Everyone Looks Tough: But the Russians are not even relevant–Obama bites down on the hook

It really is astonishing how far the Democrats have come in just five years with their view of Russians as being a superpower.  Remember when during the 2012 election Barack Obama made fun of Mitt Romany for suggesting that the Russians might be some lingering maniacal menace?  Then also remember when Barack Obama suggested to the Russians that he’d have move flexibility after the election obviously trying to appease Vladimir Putin despite the American people.  Now, in 2017, they seem to think that Russia is a powerhouse of activity able to manipulate the strings of the American government and that Donald Trump is a pawn to the power of the former communist country. And to prove their case they used the power of government to try to stop the forward advancement of Donald Trump winning the election in spite of all their efforts.  So for them the great tragedy of their loss is that someone else much be at fault—that Russia must be much more powerful than anybody ever thought possible—because otherwise Democrats would still be in power.

I knew it when I saw Trump’s Tweets on that early Saturday morning about his explosively angry reaction to discovering that Obama’s White House had wire tapped Trump Tower in the remaining days of the great November 8th election.  The Democrats, particularly Hillary Clinton was being killed by Wikileaks and the FBI probe into the now famous deleted emails, so the Democrats needed something to stop Donald Trump—so they wire tapped him using the power of the Federal government to spy on a political rival—which was a major violation of the law.  After winning, Trump showed great grace in his victory showing no signs that he wished to prosecute either Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama for the obvious transgressions against justice that they displayed during that election cycle.  After all, why rub their nose in it?

But the Democrats couldn’t leave things there—no they had a job to do. And that job was to continue destroying America from the inside out with progressive policies aimed at eliminating American sovereignty.  People like me had always referred to these people as running a “shadow government” and Trump always seemed sympathetic to those thoughts—but the proof was hard to pin down because these criminals also go well out of their way to destroy the evidence.  When caught they always say first, “show us the evidence,” because they know they’ve destroyed it, and thus cannot be caught. But this time was different.  Trump was never supposed to win, but since he had the rules of engagement had changed considerably.  Trump now controlled the Department of Justice and essentially all other branches of investigative government making it much harder for Democrats to operate their “shadow government” except for career bureaucrats that had been in government jobs for decades who could try to bring Trump down from the inside.

Then those same Democrats attempting to make themselves relevant before Jeff Sessions was able to dig into his new AG job and start investigating all the crimes the Democrats have been up to–conjured up a completely false narrative about the Trump campaign’s ties to the suddenly all powerful Russians hoping something might stick. It was for them a hail-marry attempt with no time left on the clock and most of us viewed it that way.  After all, Trump had just delivered a very popular speech and public support was soaring—and the Democrats had to try something.  But what they didn’t expect to happen was what occurred next.

Most people might go on the defensive and attempt to answer a negative being pulled into the typical political trap as Republicans had for decades—but not Trump. He has always been several steps ahead of the rest of the world—that’s why he’s rich.   So when he found out for certain that Obama had attempted to wiretap his sacred residence at Trump Tower—he had enough, and set to go to war with the former presidential administration that had been caught playing dirty. Of course, Trump waited to see who would control the Democratic Party and once Obama’s guy Tom Perez was elected last week, it was clear that Obama wouldn’t be going away and that he intended to maintain control of the party.  So Trump did what any good fisherman does with his bait in the water—he let the Democrats push on the false narrative of the Russian connection nibbling away at the hook, and at the right moment Trump pulled up on the reel and caught Obama hard by the mouth sinking that hook deep into his jaw.  There would be no escaping this time, and the liberal media knew it.  Trump knew it too.  Rather than elaborate he simply held onto the reel and resumed to let the fish tire itself into exhaustion—because the end was inevitable.

Later that night I watched Saturday Night Live—which I had been avoiding, but I had to see how they would handle the situation. Like I predicted, they were lost.  Their show has been accustomed to being the cultural driver of our society and now they looked like a bunch of high school kids who partied all weekend who were supposed to put on a play, but everything went wrong because nobody studied their lines.  Their show was terrible.  Even worse, the strains were showing at the Academy Awards the week before.  The Democrats in entertainment had lost their mojo to the new age of Trump—and they didn’t know how to deal with the strain.  The cracks were showing everywhere.

The Democrats are learning something which for them is too late—but the lesson is obvious and it’s what they fear most about all forms of capitalism. When someone is really good at something and they apply pressure, they can make you look bad just through their existence.  Someone like Trump can make people befuddle themselves with just a look, which is why Arnold Schwarzenegger left The Apprentice earlier this week.  It’s the difference between an actor and the real deal.  Trump is really a successful person, while Schwarzenegger is someone who pretends to be—he does whatever the script says.  Trump writes the script.  Trump is making the Democrats into monkeys by turning their world completely upside down and reaching for moments of desperation like the Russian story.

However, the Russians are not so sinister. They have less of an economy than the entire value of the American company Apple—so who is afraid of whom?  What are the Russians going to do to us, throw bread at Alaska across the Bering Strait?  Please, they are no menace.  If there was ever talk between Russian and Trump it would have been to help spread some wealth there—certainly not to help him get elected because as Trump would say—he’s not going to take advice from people who don’t know how to win.  The Democrats are in real trouble, as I predicted on the Matt Clark radio show right before the election in 2016 where I predicted they’d be extent within a few years.  Well, guess what?  I’m right on target—again.

Rich Hoffman


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State of the Union within Butler County, Ohio: Playing the right chess game

I talk to a lot of people over the course of a week, and if I went to everything I was invited to I’d never have time for everything if I even tried. But because of the festivities of last week, I did make an exception which put me in contact with several people I haven’t spoken to for quite a while so this is a kind of the “state of the union” within the Lakota school district and Butler County politics in general and what comes next as Donald Trump moves into his first week as president of the United States.  My purpose is to keep it general because that’s all that’s necessary—as I don’t want to put people on the spot after they’ve shared some good food and a few drinks with me—because the details are what’s important.

I will say that the current Vice President and the President of the Lakota School Board told me directly that they have no intention of putting a tax increase on the ballot until the 2022 time-frame which sounded good to me. They were very proud of a union contract they just signed where they were able to balance the books somewhat surprisingly–so they deserve some credit—both the union and the school board.  That kind of thing makes me happy with all sides involved.  Just because the union worked with the school board for a change at Lakota—it doesn’t make me like labor unions any more—but it makes me hate them less—which is a good thing.  As long as they aren’t asking for more money and are striving to educate kids properly, I can support Lakota schools in the role they play as a public school—people use the service and get what they get.  It was nice to get along with members of the Lakota School Board for a change—and it was nice to see that they have come a long way over the last decade from what they were.  Hopefully that trend continues and they won’t overpay for the next Superintendent—because they are looking for one now.  (Hint, bring Spurlock back for a fraction of the cost—or someone of that caliber.)

As I listened to all the education talk I couldn’t help but think that Betsy Devos from the Trump administration will have an impact on how education is funded, how strong the unions are in public education, and what the emphasis will be—so by 2022 education will be a very different place in America and I suspect by the current trend line that it will be better—and cheaper. The per pupil cost now is just too expensive for what we are getting and that is likely to change dramatically under Betsy at the federal level.  She’s an education activists with access to deep pockets and a president who supports her—so there isn’t any reason she won’t be somewhat successful, and if she gets just a little of what she wants education will be changed forever—for the better.

The other thing is the Margy Conditt seat that is coming up and I won’t mention the names, but they know who they are. As conservatives and Tea Party people, if everyone were as perfect as one mind playing chess with many enemies who were vanquished over the last 7 years, these same people would do well not to get cocky and think that that coalition will hold up under the strain of competition.  I would move my rook into the governorship by the mid 2020s and I’d keep my queen on the inside for an election term and discover how things change under Trump then I’d move her against the opposition at that time.  Remember—in chess—rooks move in straight lines.  They cannot move diagonally, so use them wisely.  Also remember, queens in chess are most effective when they are in the center of the board.  So put them there so that more moves are available depending on what the enemy does.  But if the chess pieces change sides and work against each other then the entire game changes and that isn’t a predictable outcome.  The best thing to do is for these various chess pieces to continue doing what they have for the last several years and support each other for the obvious checkmate that is inevitable against the radicalized left.

Now to those within Southern Ohio that were nice enough to extend nice offers to the Trump Inauguration. I appreciated it, but my wife and I didn’t go because honestly, unless I could get a seat in the VIP area, I wasn’t about to meander away in the crowd where even Diamond and Silk had to watch from the pit.  They stayed at the Trump International Hotel, but were in the pit with everyone else which looked great for the cameras, but that’s not me.  My wife is kind of a girlie girl and proud of it, and I don’t put her in circumstances where conflict with anarchists might become a problem.  I have no problem dealing with those kind of losers, but I don’t put my wife in those circumstances—so we stayed home for the inauguration.  I enjoyed the festivities of the inauguration from my home county and that was enough for me.  I’m sure I wasn’t the only one, but even so, there were a lot of people at the inauguration and that was impressive.  Since I wasn’t at the balls talking to some of the national people directly I’d say this to them, be cool.  The political left has already lost.  They showed their ass on Saturday and the more they do things like that, the more mainstream Americans will turn away from them.  If Trump continues to show a quality side of himself as an administration keeping the bar high in every regard the political left will wither away like a flower after the first frost of autumn.

Yet even with these obvious victories well in hand, if we change our approach and start getting defensive, or allow ourselves to be divided in any way—the gains we’ve made will swing back in the other direction. So if everyone wants to keep the victories going, keep doing what you’ve been doing.  Work with the people you have and stay on target.  Forget about making politics a career and don’t look to it for personal enhancement in any way.  Let the chess pieces do what they are good at and spend the energy in the proper direction.

This is all just some friendly advice. We are looking at for the first time in American history a new day in politics and the philosophies that follow—and to keep that momentum, we shouldn’t take our foot off the petal in any way.  Good things do happen when the chess game is played properly, even if the people you’re playing against don’t know what game they are playing—is it “tick, tack, toe,” or a crossword puzzle.  Let them think what they want so long as we move the bishops in the right direction while protecting the queen so that the king splits that tactical objective and divides the forces of the other side.  You have to play the game you’re good at so that the right strategy gets implemented—and that is what we should all do going into these next few months and years.  And the first step is in playing the game the way we have.  Why change perfection?

Rich Hoffman


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Thus Spoke Zarathustra at the Trump Inauguration: Protests from Michael Moore and Mark Ruffalo–why China is cutting money from Hollywood

Here is Mark Ruffalo, Michael Moore, and Meryl Streep protesting outside of Trump Tower during the Donald Trump Inauguration.

It is interesting to see the effect Donald Trump has had on all the shadow aspects of our culture which I have to say—I warned you all about many years ago over many millions and millions of written words.  First is this interesting little article from the Hollywood Reporter seen below where the communist country of China is now squeamish about making the kind of investments into the motion picture industry?  Do you really want to know why so many movies have sucked over the last decade—even longer, and why very good filmmakers have went from good to bad in their choice of projects?  (Tell me a film like Always could be green-lit today even with the power Steven Spielberg possesses—it won’t happen because communist China doesn’t understand those types of topics–they are American ideas)  Just follow the money and you’ll see that Beijing has had a very active interest as a communist country in controlling the message of social discourse in America and their mechanism of choice has been Hollywood.  This is why crazy liberals like Mark Ruffalo have jobs in Hollywood—to spread the communist message in favor of the people who write their checks—and is why the entire industry is so incredibly liberal.  It didn’t used to be, but it has now for quite some time as China has sought to leverage the industry under their financing allowing communism to have a voice behind actors sympathetic to their cause.  It has been disgraceful, but finally things are changing.

But that is just a footnote to the story of the Trump impact on just about all affairs.   As Michael Moore and Mark Ruffalo hold a protest rally outside of Trump Tower on Thursday evening just ahead of the inauguration of Trump—we have to look at what has been revealed since the soon to be president was elected on that now famous election of November 8th 2016. I remember how it was most of last year, and I lost a lot of friends over it.  Most people during the primaries thought Trump was a joke, yet I never did.  From day one I was eager for the Trump run because he promised to expose another little secret in our American culture—that is even more pronounced than the efforts of the Chinese to take over our Hollywood industry—our intelligence community was weaponized politically to achieve the same aims.

At the end of their strategic rope just a week prior to this writing, Chuck Schumer—the cousin of that disgusting actor Amy Schumer—let his last progressive hope loose on the Rachel Maddow show on MSNBC when he warned that Trump should not pick fights with the intelligence community—because they knew things about all of us that we should fear.  And thus, just a few days later a dossier was produced which had been in circulation for a long time and it was floated through CNN into the liberal blog site Buzzfeed and dumped into the public with great and embarrassing fanfare.  The embarrassing details of a supposed Donald Trump paying prostitutes to piss on a bed to his delight were meant to invoke the historical recollection of Adolf Hitler doing similar things—thus hoping to control the minds of America into throwing Trump into a similar appraisal.  What’s funny about Trump is that the story wasn’t true allowing him to emphatically deny the rumors and attack the sources with vigor which revealed the true level of corruption which had seeped into our politicized intelligence community.

So who can say now that we shouldn’t have all along been concerned about those smart meters put on our houses against our will, or the NSA capturing all of our data to be used in some maniacal practice in the future to keep us all in line like animals in a farmhouse pen?  What about the allegations of false flags that I have made in quite a lot of detail.  Where not many of the stories produced to stop Donald Trump from winning of that nature?  And wasn’t the intelligence community doing so with the full support of the White House?  There dear reader you have your answer—liberal politicians and some conservatives have sought to use the intelligence community as a weapon of politics—even John McCain jumped into this latest story by personally advancing the Trump story in Russia hoping something would stick so he could maintain his progressive grip within the liberal sectors of power just a bit longer.

Trump because of his lack of fear, his personal wealth, his age, his experience has been able to take away every weapon of the liberal left and it has forced all these hidden elements of our culture to come forward and show themselves and that is why the Chinese money is drying up in Hollywood.  It’s also why these actors are so worried and screaming to maintain their relevancy.  But with the Chinese money going away in the acting profession, the actors will feel the brunt of that sooner than they’d like, so all they can do is stand outside of Trump Tower on Thursday like the apes in 2001 Space Odyssey and scream at the works of mankind—the giant obelisk in front of them made by a man of ingenuity and determination—and scream at their powerless efforts to change any minds now that the truth has been revealed.

Alex Jones and many others chronicled for quite a few years were laughed at for their suggestions that a massive global government was seeking to control us all.  I have provided a lot of evidence going all the way back to the Darryl Parks Saturday broadcasts on WLW radio in Cincinnati where he and I warned most of America of the impact of the NDAA—which would allow for the militarization of our local police against us with the flip of the switch.  Additionally I told you the nature of the attacks on those same police by communist insurgents injected into communities of color within inner cities and the works of the intelligence community to overthrow our America system—the same way the CIA has been caught doing within many foreign governments for years—playing one side against the other for a net result not seen by anybody but those working the plans—and people like me creative enough to connect the dots based on the presented evidence where the only ones who could see it.

As I predicted from the beginning, Trump’s nomination process would unveil much of this, but even to a greater degree his election into the presidency has literally caused all the cockroaches to emerge from the shadows because the light has been switched on and so many were caught out in the open doing their work under the cover of darkness.  So now that everything is out in the open what will happen to China and its control over the Hollywood left?  Well, I’ll tell you dear reader that entertainment will continue and that money will shift around and new actors will replace the old communist ones.  After all it wasn’t that long ago that most of the leading actors in Hollywood were all conservatives, such as Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, Clint Eastwood, Sylvester Stallone, and so one—and most of the top films each year had these guys involved in some way.  Now we have the age of the globalist metro sexual—and that was by choice in Hollywood inspired by the investments made by the Chinese for a greater strategy rooted in communist migration around the world.  It’s not a secret that just a few years ago some motion picture blockbusters were released in foreign markets before America so to tip the scales in the favor of globalist propaganda.  Now when box office projections are expressed, the domestic gross is considered with the global take—for instance, let’s look at Rogue One, the latest Star Wars story.

Domestic:  $488,335,734    52.8%
Foreign:  $437,100,000    47.2%
Worldwide:  $925,435,734

Domestic Summary

Opening Weekend:  $155,081,681
(#1 rank, 4,157 theaters, $37,306 average)
% of Total Gross:  31.8%
> View All 4 Weekends
Widest Release:  4,157 theaters
In Release:  29 days / 4.1 weeks

Rogue One will hit a billion dollars soon, which is great but notice how the foreign markets are nearly equal to the domestic take?  The industry has now become very reliant on that number so movies are now made with a noticeable global twist to their stories to help boost that figure.  But, here is the little secret—two of the Disney films to break that billion dollar mark in 2016 had noticeable American themes to them, Rogue One being one—Captain America: Civil War being the other.  Half of the money a movie makes in the global market comes from the relatively small county of America.  The rest of the entire world—all of Europe, all of Russia, all of China—with over a billion people hosting that population make up the rest.  The measly 300 or so million people in the United States still generate half of all box office takes that movie studios depend on.

The United States intelligence agencies working on behalf of progressives like Chuck Schumer and Barack Obama—taking the lead of Hollywood’s infestation of Chinese money which trickles through the donation contributions indirectly to control our politics have attempted to tip these scales in favor of globalism and they have tried every trick in the book literally, and were turned away at the last—most vulnerable moment.  And for that we all have a lot to be thankful for—and the cockroaches caught scampering across the floor as the light was turned on are all exposed, and will be standing outside of Trump Tower on Thursday and Friday screaming up at the creations of a truly great man who still remain a mystery to them—like those apes in 2001 Space Odyssey.  And the famous piece of music Thus Spoke Zarathustra from the great Nietzsche classic book of the same name couldn’t have been more appropriate for the beginning of that famous Stanley Kubric classic.  Mark Ruffalo and Michael Moore like those helpless apes will be yelling up at the Trump Tower to a superior apparatus which has eclipsed the greatest weapon the political left had prior to November 8th 2016—a weaponized intelligence community and a Hollywood industry willing and able to romantize that weapon to the detriment of a capitalist civilization.  And Facebook functioned as a liaison between the two making most of its money as a collector of personal information for which the intelligence community could use on a personal basis, and as a way to deliver the Hollywood message directly to the public consuming entertainment products—as the originator of “fake news.”  Yet with the simple election of Donald Trump and his inauguration this week, all those contributors to our modern menace of liberalism have suddenly lost power and are left only to scream up at their betters as the world moves on and away without them.  And that is a truly great thing.  But never forget what they tried to do and how they tried to do it.  I warned you for years and now you can see it for yourself.  So guard against it in the future because cockroaches are always a threat if you leave trash out in the open when the lights are not on it.

And during the inauguration ceremonies of Donald Trump just think of Thus Spoke Zarathustra—because such a moment has finally arrived after centuries of thinking about it.

Rich Hoffman


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Insults from the Cast of Hamilton: Why liberal thinking is a form of mental illness

It was horrendous that the cast of the Broadway play, Hamilton felt compelled to dress down newly elected Mike Pence while attending on Friday November 18th.  Pence was just looking for a night out and was trying to enjoy a play on Broadway like everyone else, yet because he is now a member of the White House, progressives in New York felt “entitled to lecture the man from Indiana on how he should govern in the years to come.

The Hamilton stage play has become a success story on Broadway and I’ve thought that it was a good thing.  After all, what could be wrong with telling a story about the Founding Fathers told in a modern way with rap songs and a very diverse set of cast members?  I didn’t have a problem with it even though it was easily way too progressive for my taste.  However, when the play comes to Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center at some point, I probably would have gone to see it—because I don’t have a problem hearing from people on the other side of political thought.  I’m not a big fan of Alexander Hamilton as he was a Federalist in a big way, and I am of the mind reflective of the Jeffersonian Anti-Federalists.

I was born in a city named after Hamilton, but I am not fond of him as a Founding Father—so it tells me a lot that progressives in New York used him as a launching point for telling modern Broadway audiences about life after the Revolutionary War and how America was formed.  Notice in the clip below that the emphasis was placed on immigration which evoked claps from the audience which is a revisionist view point—because back then, everyone was an immigrant.  America wasn’t and isn’t a nation of diverse colors and genders—that is a progressive value—it is a nation united by ideas which exceed those terrestrial observations—and the producers of the play Hamilton obviously missed that element.  So now that they’ve chosen to lecture Mike Pence in the way they did, I certainly won’t be seeing that play at any point in the future.  I normally don’t propose boycotts—but in this case not giving those progressives from New York money is a vote against their product and that’s what I’d encourage you to do also dear reader.

Liberals are a hate group and after the election of 2016 they are out of power yet still feel as if they have a right to lecture the rest of us how we should view the world.  Yet anybody with any intelligence understands that liberalism is a form of mental illness because they put their values on things that don’t matter.  They tell conservatives to be color blind and to not discriminate on the sexes—yet they constantly hide behind color and sexism when the value of their ideas fall apart on the stage of public debate.  For instance, all week as Trump was putting together his cabinet positions the criticisms were loaded with an emphasis that it did not represent the “diversity” of the American people in a way that the play Hamilton does—or even modern Star Wars movies where white men are shown to be a minority and women and people of color are sprinkled about like candy on an ice cream cone.  Trump is clearly picking people who he thinks can do the job best and if women and people of color are in that mix—he’ll hire them.  But if they aren’t the best—he won’t.  For progressives, that is an incredibly difficult concept to understand—a rise through merit—otherwise known as a meritocracy.

Since progressives hate business and the art of making money they associate a “meritocracy” as being connected to a monarchy which most companies are to some extent.  That is why they are so terrified about a Donald Trump presidency because they fear they will be left behind in such a world—because their mode of elevating themselves has been through visual elements such as sex and skin color—not by being the best and brightest in their positions.  In that respect, they have reason to be fearful because in the world with Donald Trump as president, merit will be back in style—as it should be in American culture.  But Trump will not fancy himself as a monarch or a dictator.  As any good CEO of a company knows, it is best to surround yourself with people who are highly competent and you don’t want to put limits on their talents just to show that you are in command.  You want them to prosper and to be successful because they will continue to fight to make things better every day so long as there is a chance through merit to rise higher in their life.  That is why the best of our corporations are positive elements of our culture—not only do they produce wealth, but they elevate the lives of the people who work for them in ways that would have otherwise been unimaginable.

Progressives don’t understand this concept of working hard to get things—they expect to move through life under the premise introduced by Karl Marx, that we are all equal and deserve equal pay and that the goal of our society should be committed to leveling the playing field of everything.  The goal of progressives is additionally to make the “worker” equal to the “CEO,” which is of course preposterous.  Yet those are the foundations that progressives are committed to and those values are reflected in the play Hamilton with its emphasis on diversity and immigration—as opposed to the merit of the Founding Fathers to give rise to the concept of American exceptionalism.   To progressives what made America great is that it gave people of all backgrounds and sexes a safe harbor to reside in.  To conservatives what makes America great is a deeper concept, that people of all sexes and races despite their backgrounds can rise to the top and become whatever they want to be.  Progressives get the first part, but they miss the second because the philosophy they have built their foundations upon are limited to visual references and not the quality of the people who acquire good things in life through merit.

What the cast of Hamilton really fear is that their play won’t be so good if the values placed upon it are based on merit and not the progressive celebration of equality through diverse visual references.  That’s why I’m not going to drop $500 to $1000 for a box seat on Hamilton when it comes to Cincinnati.  It doesn’t represent my values as a conservative.  Those values have transcended visual elements like sex and skin color—I’m at a point in my life where those types of things just don’t contribute to my decision-making.  I care about the quality of people not what they look like.  So for that reason, I’m not going to support the Broadway play of Hamilton.  It might do well in progressive New York, but outside of that market I think they just doomed themselves to a larger market that might have otherwise given them a chance.  I certainly would have before they decided to lecture Mike Pence on a simple night out with his family.  But not anymore.  The premise of Hamilton was weak before this controversy, but now it’s just a piece of stupid progressive art that doesn’t represent the values of America—the kind of America that conservatives are fighting to restore from several generations of immature, purely visual progressives who have never understood the concept of value while they pretentiously felt compelled to lecture the rest of us on that topic.  Mike Pence was nice to sit there and be polite, but honestly, he didn’t need to.  Donald Trump was right to defend his VP.  It was tasteless on behalf of the Hamilton cast to do such a thing and they have what happens next coming because of their irresponsible actions.

Rich Hoffman


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The Trump Brand: Making America Great Again starting at The White House

As I look at the electoral map of the last Presidential election, I see a lot of red. While the blue areas are high population density zones, they certainly don’t constitute a majority of the real estate within the United States, so it makes you wonder who in the world Rachel Maddow thinks her audience is on MSNBC when she had a melt down over the Trump family brand and how it will inevitably carry over into Donald Trump’s new role as President of the United States. America is a capitalist country which has made it the most powerful nation in the world and soon it will quickly outgrow communist China in GDP production because of a friendly pro business president in the White House. The evidence is that the Dow continued to close at record highs each day after the dust settled from the election results of 2016 as investors realized the lasting implication of a Donald Trump presidency. It’s OK and good to make money, and even to be rich. Excess is a wonderful thing and its back in fashion which will turn out to help everyone the world over. Yet progressives committed deeply to the name change philosophy of communism hate wealth, personal enrichment, and self-pride to the extent that they have dangerously stifled growth in America and that has been rejected quite spectacularly with the election of Donald Trump. So who does Maddow think her audience is?

I see the Trump presidency to the be the most positive thing that has ever happened to mankind. Reflecting back on history I think of the optimism that came from the Eisenhower administration which carried over into the early Kennedy years—until his assassination which plunged America suddenly into bitterness by the end of the 60s with communist insurgents dressed up as hippies on college campuses. Kennedy with his sheer optimism made NASA into a force to be reckoned with and took mankind to the moon. Trump is all about the power of positive thinking. In his Trump hotel in Las Vegas it says on the wall of the lobby, “If you’re going to think, it might as well be big,” which is from his bestselling book, The Art of the Deal.

As a bestselling author of at least 10 books on essentially the power of positive thinking it is stunning to consider what influence Trump will have on world markets especially within the United States with his message uttered from the White House. Kennedy had a fraction of that positive thinking ability likely undeveloped because of his youth, but Trump spews it like sweat from a champion athlete. I think that alone is the most exciting prospect of a Trump presidency. The residual effect of a champion of positive thinking speaking to the American people essentially every day.

Trump himself is like visiting Disney World—he is his own product of positive thinking and the reason the Trump brand has value is that people want to purchase a piece of it hoping to evoke the same fortune to themselves—even if it’s only a token of representation that one can look at on a shelf. When Ivanka or Melania sell jewelry it’s so that women can have a piece of the glamour represented by those two Trump women. From the Oval Office, the products of the Trump family bring people closer to the experience of the euphoria exhumed by President Trump—where anything is possible if only one can dream big enough to have it. That is precisely why Disney World has a special feeling once a visitor enters the property. The brand of Disney represents dreams coming true mixed with old fashioned American optimism. Trump as an organization represents possibility and reward and they have cultivated that image over several decades. Now as president, their Trump brand will escalate into a similar euphoric feeling when people see it even more than it has.

During the campaign at my house we bought some Trump gear from the official website, and I was quite surprised by the quality of them—extra steps had been taken to ensure that normal campaign apparel was certainly better than the typical paraphilia. My MAGA hat is actually a thing of beauty, it’s one of the best hats that I’ve ever had—it’s very well made. Trump over the years has nurtured that sense of quality in everything he does and that is now part of the Trump experience, whether it’s the Trump hotel in Chicago, Las Vegas or his buildings in New York. The Trump brand and everything that goes with them exhibits quality—and possibility. The Trump experience is a reward for hard work done and the euphoria of success. If you can afford a suite at a Trump hotel, you know as a customer that they appreciate you and they treat you as such. They do want your money, but the entire exchange is a mutual transfer of value that I’ve only otherwise seen at Disney World, or other Disney owned properties. Trump and Disney both sell the same type of brand—positive American philosophy rooted in financial reward.

Rachel Maddow and other progressives like her want men and women to assimilate into a blob of human flesh where the sexes no longer matter and primal urges are highly celebrated. They want money to be redistributed to the lazy and wish to halt the progress of mankind behind a new religion of “global warming” as a means to fulfil their destinies toward the age-old hindrance of the Vico Cycle taking us all back to a beginning of rule by theocracy and aristocracy after anarchy slaps down the hopes of human kind toward that progressive reversion to a world the elites know so well since it is a cycle that’s been repeated from the dawn of history. (See the great book Finnegan’s Wake for reference) To progressives human achievement is to be ridiculed and the money they make hated. So the Trump brand is something that melts them like a demon under the influence of Holy Water. The Trump brand alone is enough to rock America into an age of enlightenment unlike anything ever seen in its short history—and progressives know it—that’s why they are freaking out so epically.

Glenn Beck knows it too, I watched a truly pathetic interview with him on Anderson Cooper trying to be a voice of moderation toward the newly labeled “alt right” where progressives are outraged over the political advice of Steve Bannon and his professional access to a President Trump. For a man who once took on George Soros he clearly has yielded to the Soros power of manipulation over not only American politics, but also Europe.

Trump knowing Soros from the New York billionaires’ club is clearly sending a signal to his rivals of which Buffett is a part, that he now will command American policy shielding it with the Trump brand for its own good—and Beck found himself suddenly a diminished soul after the election. In the way that Karl Rove and Dick Morris were knocked out of political punditry for years after the Mitt Romney loss of 2012, Glenn Beck and his dwindling media empire has no choice but to crawl back to CNN, where he started, and reinvent himself as a progressive, hoping to be a voice against Trump the way he was a voice against George W. Bush. Because the “alt right,” otherwise known as John Wayne conservatives, hardly radical, have abandoned him.

And what is this “alt right” of what progressives call racists and xenophobes but people who behold the same type of values seen at Disney World—which Uncle Walt himself sold to America through his movies and television shows. Progressives have attempted to hijack the Disney Company with liberal micromanagement most evident recently in the Angelina Jolie film Maleficent where they re-wrote the story of Sleeping Beauty into a progressive mess of confusion making the villain the victim and the good the villain. It wasn’t the masculine prince of romantic love that awoke Sleeping Beauty, but now the villain herself out of love for her “adopted” daughter. The trend continued it the animated film Frozen where the sisters love transcended the romance of a suitor showing that Disney is attempting to plant the seeds toward less family value and more collective unification with the world of all sexes and races as their primary value system espoused in their motion picture projects. Young college kids growing up under this more progressive Disney Company were baffled when Donald Trump won the presidency because their progressive entertainment culture and progressive educations in public schools and colleges had not prepared them for such an experience. They thought the world was like what Rachel Maddow espoused—and the NBC network as a whole. But what all progressives learned on Election Night 2016 was that their sphere of influence was really only regulated to a few highly populated blue areas where illegal immigration and criminal conduct are most pronounced.

Then there is the debate about the Electoral College where progressive want to walk back the election results taking the presidency away from Donald Trump because Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. What progressive fail to realize is that it was illegal aliens who had not yet pledged their allegiance to America through the immigration process that gave her a lead over Trump. It was also convicted felons in Virginia given that right by her friend Terry McAuliffe to just squeak out a win in that state. Then there is the cheating that was recorded and the dead people who voted as reported by Project Veritas and suddenly Hillary didn’t do nearly as well as Democrats were suggesting. Trump easily beat her even with the Democratic cheating, and that is telling considering she had two American presidents campaigning for her, a current first lady, the entire media culture and most of the entertainment industry. She still lost—handedly. Once the smoke cleared, it wasn’t even close.

The Trump brand already represented a winning attitude before the Election of 2016. But now it will go down in history as one of the best brands in the world and people will want a piece of it. It’s only natural. Likely it will become bigger than the Disney brand and will last for hundreds of years and Donald Trump’s personal wealth will grow proportionally. But that’s not bad—it’s a very good thing—because that Trump brand will all by itself take America to a place it’s never been before through the sheer power of positive thinking.   And Trump hasn’t even done any of his policy work yet. People like Rachel Maddow and all those progressives like her are now a dying breed—thankfully, and they know it. People will flock to the jewelry of Ivanka and Melania Trump, they will spend fortunes in Trump hotels and golf courses, and they’ll buy Trump ties and anything they can get their hands on because they’ll want a piece of the American dream that Donald Trump has helped resurrect.

What progressives know is that their grip into American politics just came to an end—the Trump brand is enough to kill their manipulation of American culture. Branding allows people to invest in an idea created by something, whether it be the NFL, Disney or The Trump Organization. With Trump’s branding in place well before he was ever elected President he gives voters for the first time ever an opportunity to “invest” of themselves into what is going on at the White House making it the people’s house more than it has ever been. A few years from now there will be a lot to feel good about and people will be able to own a piece of that through Trump branding whether it is a hotel room in Chicago or a piece of jewelry from Ivana Trump. Or perhaps the same dress that Melania wore at a large event.   For the first time people will be able to invest into the culture of the White House and feel a part of it and that is the first step in making America feel good about itself once again. Branding is something that Donald Trump uniquely brings to politics which will have a uniting effect taking us all into positive, yet uncharted waters. Rachael Maddow realizes it.

All progressives do. Their branding through the media and Hollywood has been rejected by those vast red spaces on the American map, and they don’t have anything that can compete with Trump. Soros has had his day, Mark Cuban and the Silicon Valley billionaires are behind on branding and they can’t help the Democrats out now—so they are out of luck. Republicans now have Trump leading the party and through the branding that was in place for decades, people can join the Republican Party and feel good about participating in its successes, just like they do with their favorite football teams in the NFL. This is truly a new thing that will have a dramatic impact on the future of electoral maps. As Trump says the future belongs to the dreamers not the cynics and what his brand sells are dreams—a piece of inspiration that might carry one through to something greater. And those cynics—like Rachael Maddow and many others are part of a world that will be left behind.

Rich Hoffman


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Hillary Clinton and Child Pedophilia: Remember, Remember the Fifth of November

On this fifth of November 5, 2016 it is a national holiday for the people of the hacking group Anonymous—which is a kind of millennial rebellion.  I don’t agree with them on everything, or some of their methods, but they did some good work with the Steubenville rape case so I give them credit when they put an emphasis on a story.   As I was on the air at 1600 WAAM covering Matt Clark for his 1 PM radio show members of Anonymous were protesting in major cities all over the world.  They had a pretty crazy protest march in Washington D.C. which I noticed wasn’t getting any press

They also uploaded a file of collected evidence on the Hillary Clinton child pedophilia case that is building in the wake of the FBI and NYPD confiscation of Anthony Weiner’s computer which apparently contains links to sex with underage kids involving the Clintons.  The problem with covering such a thing is that the law is controlled by Washington politics in the Beltway and there are just too many high-level officials involved to get a fair shake in the media.  But NYPD officers who have seen the evidence are very unhappy and are looking to break the case loose so arrests can be made.  That prompted them to release the collection of evidence connecting Hillary Clinton to child pedophilia in the following data report.

The Clinton investigation is now connected to a massive child trafficking and pedophile sex ring operating within Washington, D.C. Over the next few days, and this November 5th, we will be referencing evidence and exposing the Clinton foundations for multiple incidences of child trafficking and sex scandals.


Hillary Clinton is being investigated by the FBI for involvement in an elite Washington pedophile ring, according to veteran State Department official Steve Pieczenik.

Billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, his relationship with Bill Clinton, Alan Dershowitz, Prince Andrew and other famous names, and their connection to a high-level sex scandal is exposed by Conchita and Cristina Sarnoff.

Anthony Weiner Talking to FBI about underage Sex Island (Lolita)

The FBI wants to know everything about the Lolita Island that Jeffrey Epstein owns. Lucky for them Anthony Weiner knows a lot about the Underage sex Island that Bill Clinton would visit and Weiner is ready to Talk.

Hillary has a LONG history of interest in Ms. Silsby. Wikileak emails dating back till at least 2001 have been found in her archives discussing Laura’s NGO. Laura had claimed she planned to build an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, but authorities in the country said she never submitted an application for this purpose. They instead located to Haiti.


The reason I give credence to this bizarre report is because of what I witnessed in the documentary film on Anthony Weiner called, Weiner.  It’s currently playing on Showtime if you’d like to see it.  In that film Huma Abedin’s reaction to her husband sexting other women on Twitter was strangely remote.  She seemed to care more about the run for mayor of New York than the fact that her husband had an obvious sex addiction problem.  The information didn’t seem unusual to her in the least as the documentary covered their life behind the scenes from their New York apartment.

Even when Weiner was recently caught sexting a 15-year-old girl Huma and Hillary Clinton were strangely silent on the behavior considering the close proximity that the sex pervert was for a person running for president of the United States. There does seem to be a secret veil that this Clinton group of people are hiding from us all in broad daylight and the only reason we don’t see it is because we think it’s too outrageous to be real.  But given the collection of information collected by Anonymous, perhaps it’s not.

This election isn’t just about the management of our country.  It’s about the fight between good and evil and as it seems quite evident—evil is deeply entrenched in Beltway culture.  At this point, before the election—it’s not too late to act.  But soon, it will be.   These are really bad people and none of them should be in any elected office.

Rich Hoffman


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