John Boehner Misses the Cause of the Capitol Riot: It wasn’t Trump–it was politicians like the former Speaker

John Boehner isn’t a loser because we’re mean, its because he thinks like one

What nobody wants to admit, and this is very clear in the comments John Boehner uttered while promoting his new book on his life and times as Speaker of the House was that the violence at the Capitol was because people did not want to go back to having politicians like him running Washington D.C. again.  The violence at the Capitol was as much a rebuke against John Boehner as it was against election fraud which the establishment types that Boehner loves so much didn’t want to hear because they weren’t and still aren’t prepared to fight that fight.  Those kinds of Republicans, “John Boehner” types of Republicans are not ready to fight that kind of fight, where they stand for something, anything.  What John Boehner gives us is what he shows on the cover of his book, a cigarette chain smoker sipping on a wine glass.  His cover reminds me of James Comey actually who made similar references to wine drinking in his book on his termination from the Trump FBI.  These people like the social parts of the political jobs in Washington, but they don’t like the work.  It wasn’t Trump who egged on rioters, it was people sick of the political system John Boehner represented, and people didn’t want to return to those days, especially with Mitch McConnell coming out at the same time as a major RINO Republican just like John Boehner.  The fault for the riots fell on the shoulders of the many politicians who let down the voting public, and that is where any blame should be distributed. 

As I said in the video above, I know John Boehner through good friends of mine who are also good friends of him.  A review of my hundreds and hundreds of articles from the time when Boehner was Speaker of the House will show that I was very critical of him because he was anti-Tea Party.  And I was very Tea Party.  I remember a meeting with the Boehner people in 2010 where I asked them how we could get out of the United Nations, because at that time there was so much concern about the smart meters that was being put on our homes, and it was all driven by the United Nations looking to bring the world under a one-world government.  The Boehner people sort of laughed at the request as if my thoughts were driven by conspiracy theory.  Then there was another time where Obama had made some appointments that were impeachable offenses, and I had the evidence and the legal position in my hand.  I rode my motorcycle through the January rain to hand-deliver the contents to John Boehner’s office personally, which I did.  They of course thought the idea of impeachment of President Obama was ridiculous.  I tried to work with John Boehner, to bring him into the fold, and he stiff-armed all of us in our local community who were trying to stick to a Constitutional small government.  He was a big government guy who was much more of a Democrat than a Republican and it caused a small civil war in my community which he became so sick of that he retired.  He was a cry baby who embarrassed us with his estrogen-laced diatribes and it was obvious he wasn’t up for the job.  So, we pushed him out and replaced him with the great Warren Davidson—a much better pick who represents us to this day. 

Then to make matters worse, Boehner turned around and became a pot lobbyist for legalized marijuana.  Personally, for me, I am as anti-pot as I am Hell or the poisons of the Devil himself.  I’ve ended entire long-time friendships with people just because they tried pot, so for me, it’s a deal killer.  As much as I thought John Boehner was a big government RINO who was certainly part of the problem in Washington when he started to become a pot lobbyist, that was the end for me.  I pulled back from some of my political activity around town because I didn’t want to deal with him at events.  He made me as sick as a person can become sick.  That’s how I felt about John Boehner before he came out to slam current members of the freedom caucus like Jim Jordan and Ted Cruz and attempted to put a final nail in President Trump so that he could hopefully get good enough press coverage to sell a few books.  It was and is one of the most disgusting things in politics that I can think of, largely because I know a lot about the inside story of the crying loser that is John Boehner.  What he said to the media about Trump and the MAGA movement is a gross distortion from a mind in denial of what caused Boehner and others to be pushed out of public office.  People like Rob Portman, whom I also know.  I don’t know him well now, but I knew him well when he was first getting started.  Who he is today is nothing like what he was when he first got into politics and it always sickens me to see that transformation change, from a hopeful small government freedom fighter to a wine sipping pot advocate that wants to make love, not war, when the war against our very lives is on our doorstep. 

To hear Boehner crying about why he failed as a Speaker because everyone is so angry these days, that social media allows people to voice their opinions too easily making it hard to rally people behind a common cause only displays to me a lazy politician who wants things to be as they were, where you worked 9 to 5 and shook hands with the enemy for a fabulous nightlife of banging wine glasses and talking about golf.  It’s not against the law to be a wimp, and John Boehner is a wimp.  But when you represent a community and then try to force an agenda down their throats advocating for globalism over Constitutional principles, then that problem is on you.  People got sick of politicians like John Boehner.  I met him here and there, but he was always distracted and aloof like he couldn’t wait for his next drink.  By contrast, I’ve been able to get in touch with Warren Davidson many times since his term started, and that’s with many hundreds of thousands of people in that district competing for attention.  Davidson is a good hard worker and an honest politician.  Boehner is lazy, sloppy, and a dredge on the system who wants peace because he’s too stupid and comfortable in life to fight for anything.  And the Democrats knew it.  And Trump was a fighter like Davidson, and these are the kind of people we have been replacing the Boehners in government with.  Just like a kid who was cut from a high school sports team, Boehner can make up all the reasons for his failure that he wants.  But the truth is that he caused the Capitol riots and those like him.  People were so unhappy with the thought of returning to those crooked days of wine glass deals by RINOs that they were ready to fight.  And in that case, instead of just thinking about it, they stormed the Capitol in protest.  The fault wasn’t there’s, it was in people like John Boehner.

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The Mysterious Middletown Mound: What the Giants of Ohio have in common with election fraud

Not to just spawn off conspiracy theories, I took a moment to go to a site that honestly pisses me off to no end, the Middletown Mound near my home, literally just a few minutes north above the Great Miami River to show a site where I will bet everything that there are the bones of giants within the contents of the mound shown in the video above.   I say that because it is well known now that it’s twin, the Miamisburg Mound just a few miles upriver from the Middletown Mound has known large skulls found within it and full skeletons of people 8’6” in height.  The people who excavated the mound were so terrified of the contents that they have not returned to excavate the mound since 1869.  Its not as if people didn’t know about the mounds or the giants, but the government came along and built the Monsanto Nuclear site right on top of this ancient complex, which dated to 200 B.C. to 1000 B.C.  All this was chronicled in a little booklet called The Brief Historical Background of Miamisburg Mound that cost $3 and was passed out at the May 1975 Explosive Safety Engineering Conference conducted on site by the Monsanto Research Corporation.  Copies of that little booklet are still floating around among the local residents.  Of course, the Monsanto site of Mound Laboratories is tied to Wright-Patterson Airforce Base and all the Hanger 18 mysteries that involved alien retro engineering and the nuclear war program in general, right there on the site of a city of ancient people who were 7 to 8 feet tall—people who would make Shaquille O’Neal look like a little fellow. 

The point of the matter is that there is still excavations that could be done at Miamisburg that would prove the point that I’m making.  And its twin, the Middletown Mound as you can see in the video is just sitting their untouched for all this time, except for some obvious looting that took place many years ago that likely has giant skulls stuck in some private collection because nobody wants to get busted by the Native American Graves Protection & Repatriation Act.  Which was the point in my video, modern politics has decided that Native Americans as identified by the traditional Indians of cowboy movies should be exploited as an argument against the creation of America.  That’s why I addressed that issue quickly in my book, because to understand the real story of America and ironically the history of the world, you have to redefine what a Native American is.  Obviously, we aren’t talking about cultures that existed in a vacuum in 1750 A.D. or 500 A.D.  These mounds look to have been built a thousand years before Christ, before even the Greeks were doing anything about considering philosophy as an educational opportunity. 

Because of the politics of Indian exploitation by modern politics, we are avoiding a real truth to our ancient past that likely would be very valuable to understand, which is why it makes me pretty damn angry to think about.  As I pointed out, the evidence is right there in front of our faces, and there has been so much of that evidence already destroyed.  And people in the know understand, which is why there is no desire to do any kind of real excavations and to discover what kind of giant bones are in those mounds in a modern sense so that we can properly study them and move this topic beyond speculation and into the realm of science fact.  I would suggest that we have enough reports to ask the questions and to draw some basic conclusions which is what I do.  But to get into the place where we actually can write new history books and make new laws based on new understanding is something we should be eager to do as a society, but clearly are not.  The goal of modern politics is to exploit races of people based on an assumed history that evidence is showing rapidly was not correct and needs updated interpretations on what a Native American was or should be. 

For instance, there is so much evidence that there was a massive culture of these giants roaming around the Ohio River Valley that we could have that debate now based on the limited information we do have.  Even the very popular Serpent Mound has reports of 7 foot skeltons there, so this isn’t some regional anomaly involving the Great Miami River.  These giant bone findings are everywhere reported.  That leads to the question as to why aren’t they in museums? Well, the answer to that is the same as why nobody will admit to election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.  The cost of that admission is greater than the management of our present society can afford to accept.  To admit that there were advanced cultures in North America well before what we would call Indians is to deal with a larger problem the world has seen since its inception, that of the Vico Cycle, of cultures that rise and fall constantly and the reasons for those failures pointing to the kind of problems we see in modern politics.  Obviously, any culture wants to believe they have the answer that nobody has previously had before, so to maintain that illusion to themselves, they chose to either destroy prior evidence to the contrary, or to ignore it even when its in front of their faces.  Which is the case of the Middletown Mound shown in the video above.  The evidence is being selected to be ignored, because modern politics does not want to surrender their ability to exploit Indians for their progressive causes, in this case to argue that the United States should have never been created, and should be disassembled and rebuilt as some global woke culture under a communist government.  Thus, the Giants of Ohio remain a mystery still, but not because there isn’t evidence, but because of political sentiment desires to pretend that they have all the answers and that they aren’t just another failure on the great wheel of the Vico Cycle and the continued failures of every culture that chooses to ignore those hard lessons of birth and creation. 

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When People No Longer Listen: Biden tripping up the steps

Tripping up the stairs was just an accident, but placed among all the other anxieties that are starting to really pile up, the Biden people are learning quickly how difficult it is to rule over people who don’t want you or like you.  The media is learning that there is a lot more to it than just manipulating election numbers and declaring Biden a winner on election night and setting in motion a media story that supports that view of the world.  People know who they voted for and it wasn’t Joey boy Biden, the Beijing bastard suckling the tit of communism from the mother country invading America.  People are looking for an excuse to defy the Biden administration, its becoming a game.  Since the announcement that if we were all good little boys and girls—ooopps, I used pronouns, then we might get to have our families over for the 4th of July.  Wow, isn’t that nice of the government, to let us do that?  Then there was Rand Paul finally standing up to Dr. Fauci on Capitol Hill this past week over the stupid mask mandates.  More and more people are now sick of Covid and the government and they are ready to lash out at someone somewhere.  And of course, Joe Biden was feeling the pressure when he went up those steps to Air Force One and tripped like a fool in front of the world.  Not only do we have a government of incompetent people running things, by force, because they stole the election over Covid, but the fool can’t even go up the steps of an airplane.  Yeah, things are mounting for the Biden people in ways they have no plan to deal with.

I would say I’m surprised but that would be a lie.  In fact, I am not shocked by any of this.  I could have told everyone what was going to happen the week after November when the election was up in the air and nobody knew what was happening in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Arizona as we watched the vote count slowly go from Trump to Biden.  The Deep Staters thought everyone would just take it and go away accepting this implant of theirs, Joe Biden.  Generally, people were pretty nice about it, but here’s what nobody thought of—the American need to rebel against unjustified force and the passive aggressive methods that people will go to in order to express themselves.  I would argue that these passive aggressive methods are far, far worse than any Capitol riot that the Democrats are now so terrified of.  Once you get people against you, there really isn’t any way of putting the Genie back into the bottle.  Then the danger for the Biden people is that we are really only a few months into this mess and people are already feeling too comfortable thumbing their noses at American authority. 

You would have never seen Trump trip up the stairs.  He might have had an issue, but he would have smoothed it out quickly, he certainly wouldn’t have dug himself deeper by continuing to fall again and again then running up the ramp like a child and saluting before doing that little old man jog into his office on the plane.  It looked weak and it showed a person who is not competent to rule over others.  Then with Trump, he was very respectful of people’s rights to have differing opinions and he held close to the Constitution during his entire presidency.  Biden loves to give rules, but he has no intention like all Democrats do of actually living up to any of them.  They love to rule, and they expect respect whether people believe it or not.  They demand compliance.  That’s why Biden ran up that ramp and hid in his office after falling because he knew the unspoken rules were playing out at that moment.  People are quick to unfollow a fool who can’t walk up the stairs, especially when they have too many rules and regulations and are starting to cost them a lot of money. 

Gas prices are already going up because of the dumb energy policies of Biden and this congress, and that is cutting into all of our wallets.  I had to fill my car up twice this week instead of just once, and we are all seeing it.  Those contrasts with Trump are going to continue to grow, and the worse it gets, the more rebellious people will grow.  The push backs on Covid and the government mandates on masks are just a sideshow at this point, evidence of people’s discontent aimed at an issue everyone can see.  But the deeper sentiment is one where people don’t like being ruled by an embarrassment of a person.  If people are going to be told what to do, they at least want to think well of the person representing the authority.  Without that buy-in, mass discontent is setting the stage for quite a coup of our own.  You can’t fake it till you make it in the real world, you have to have the goods and Biden can’t even walk up the steps.  That was the message of the week for the Biden people.  They aren’t going to be able to fake leadership. People are looking for every chance to tear away at him and his administration because they don’t like being lied to, they don’t like being manipulated, and they don’t like or did they vote for Joe Beijing Biden—and everyone knows it.  You can’t give people something they don’t want and expect them to just go along with it for the good of the Deep State.  We are about to see why……………….

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When Crimes Happen Faster than the Media can Spin Them: The Truth about the shooting spree in Atlanta

The political left could not afford for the truth to be told on this sex addiction case, because most of what progressive politics is all about is in pushing people into sexual addictions so that the government can expand under their haze and make more dependents out of people.  In truth, the Biden administration is all about sex addiction, it’s about the legalization of drugs, in making dependents out of all people.  People like Robert Long are the creations of progressive politics, people who are addicted to sex and want to take their experience beyond their computer where the stuff is piped into everyone’s home who has a computer, young and old alike, and can partake in their weaknesses for as much as they want.  Robert Aaron Long was a prime candidate for being mentally ill, yet he was able to buy the gun he used to shoot people that day knowing that he had been in treatment for sex addiction.  Now I’m not for deeper background checks, but the point is, people out there knew this kid was a loose cannon.  He practically gave himself up once police caught up with him during his shooting spree.  He left behind plenty of breadcrumbs and as quick as it started, police had their motive and their guy.  And almost as fast as that was Joe Biden saying that the killing was a hate crime against Asian people.

By admitting that these murders were sex crimes it would put as liabilities most of the Democrat platform as potential suspects, so there is no way that could be allowed.  Instead, liberals were trying to blame President Trump’s anti-China rhetoric over Covid-19 for the violence.  Now how about that?  Isn’t that a stretch!  Well, it sure was, unbelievable really that any official government would attempt to create such a picture even as the evidence was fresh from the crime scene with an admission from the guilty party who explicitly stated he was not targeting Asians.   They just happened to be working in that type of sex industry.  Here was an admitted pervert, a sex seeking addict who had been getting treatment admitting to killing off his targets so that he wouldn’t be further tempted to engage in sex with those places being dismissed so that a story of racism could be told instead.  You see, Joe Biden knows more about the elements of this murder than the killer himself.  Even when we have a direct admission the government decided that it would give us another set of facts to ponder, ones that they made up completely. 

This should serve as a valuable lesson for all those other cases where people wonder if that’s what the government is up to but doesn’t quite have the proof.  Here is your proof to what extent they will lie to you or manipulate the facts to serve their interests.  Events happened; people were killed. The killer was caught, there was a confession, yet the government made up their own story about the events anyway, in spite of what the evidence said.  It was atrocious really, the level of lying that the government so quickly had no problem portraying in order to protect their own political base.  If it wasn’t for sexual deviants, how many Democrats would there really be out there.  And if this story were allowed to stand as is with the evidence being so rigid against sexual crimes, then how many more people like Robert Long were out there?  How many potential murders were being covered up as we speak?  Probably hundreds of thousands, and the government would cover them all up if they could.  But for their own problems, often they have to wait for one of them to pop a screw loose and do something stupid, as happened here.  They knew to catch Robert Aaron Long so fast because they had been watching him, as they watch all of us.  They knew he was going to these places, and that illegal sex acts were happening, just as everyone knows.  Just as everyone knows where to get illegal drugs that liberals want people to get.  They ignore the laws they don’t like so that they can create more people like this 21-year-old sex addicted kid.  They want them out there breaking the law, sexually abusing other people, because it spreads turmoil everywhere making more and more dependents onto government.  Its all part of their Democrat game. 

Then when they do snap and go too far, as Long did, guilt climbing into his thoughts to push him into some sort of countermeasure, then the Democrats lose control of their society quickly.  But they are not going to admit to that, instead they look for ways to exploit the problem against a political rival, or to make an argument in favor of gun control.  They don’t care who dies, only that someone does so they can use it to grab for more power. If the game has never been clearer, then in the wake of this Atlanta shooting where the police work was so clear, the suspect so cooperative and the chain of events unfolding quicker than the media could distort everything to the liberal narrative, such clarity would not be ever so defined. 

This is what I have been talking about regarding life after Trump.  The political left is so desperate to cover all their crimes and all their bad behavior with the tricks that are now so worn out, and they are so sloppy now that the media has shown themselves to be so complicit that they aren’t even trying to put that extra little bit of pepper on the cheese anymore.  And with Biden being so mentally slow, and just reading the note cards they give him, he’s not even trying to sell it the way these guys in the past have.  It just comes out now as raw nonsense and is openly confirming everything people like me have said about false flags for years.  They try to shove these news stories into being, then when they get them, they try to shape the narrative to their advantage and it usually works.  Except in this case the killer was caught in record time and admitted to the crime before the White House could issue their statement.  And by then, it was too late. 

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A Lesson from Sports: We will have a reason to celebrate once again

Tampa Bay as I have said many times is a place, I consider to a be a second home.  I love the football team there, it’s been that way for years.  I love the Tampa Bay Buccaneers every year, even when they lose a lot like they did last year where they had a 7 and 9 season.   I think sports are important because it creates a nice little microcosm about life, what works as a culture and what doesn’t for people to see and cheer for.  As I said, most of the results fall far short of any big prize, but its fun to watch and root for something that you can share with other people.  This past season for the Bucs I was more upset because the general manager had pulled off some great contractual miracles in signing Tom Brady and some other big names and it looked to be just the thing the Buccaneers needed, veteran leadership that could finally take them over the top.   But that is if there’d be an NFL season at all.  The NFL got a lot of criticism for going so far woke, in allowing players not to stand for the national anthem, in allowing Black Lives Matters to imprint messages in the endzones, but I was more forgiving not just because I like the product, but that I appreciate the bigger game for what it is.  Roger Goodell managed to keep the NFL viable and the lunatic health people found a way to have the games even if the entire preseason was cancelled.  So the football season started, even though at first it felt as if the whole thing might come crashing down in a moment.  But up to that point, Covid was bigger than everything and I was really worried that if that ever happened to American Football, that we might never recover as a country.

Our nation needed it, the weekly games, the highlights on the news, something else to think about besides Covid lockdowns.  The Bucs did well, but not well enough.  They lost some key games to the Saints, to the Chiefs and Bears that I thought were going to ruin the entire season.  But by December Tom Brady showed why he’s much more than a quarterback by getting the team functioning on all cylinders as they continued to win the rest of the games for the year on into the playoffs.  And it was a thing of beauty to watch, even if you weren’t a Tampa Bay Buc fan.  It was good to see that part of our culture come back to life.  By the time the Bucs went to the Super Bowl in their own stadium, which has been talked about in Tampa for so many years it was so good to watch so many big gambling efforts come together perfectly only to have the Bucs beat the Chiefs so convincingly.  Really it came back as investments of the team owners, the Glazers had made into their own organization which were paying off now in a perfect storm of unlikely circumstances that just felt good.  It reminded me that with all the seasons and hoping that often go into any kind of sports support, that sometimes you do get a payoff and it is worth the effort when it does.

I couldn’t help but think of Donald Trump and the state of Republican politics through all this, because honestly, it’s a very similar game.  As hopeless as things can sometimes appear, a good play here, a good play there, and suddenly you have something to cheer for again.  As exciting as it was to see the Bucs win another Super Bowl I could see it clearly where I would feel even better about future wins in the House and Senate culminating in a new president in 2024.  That the hopeless situation of today is largely a manufactured reality that has a shelf life and our hopes, needs and dreams will outlast them easily.   I approach every season of the Bucs with enthusiasm but by the last week I’m already looking toward the next year.  And its been that way for decades.  They went to the Super Bowl in 2003 before going again this past year and every year in between I went through the same ups and downs that everyone goes through only to end up disappointed with the end result.  However, it is worth it when you invest yourself in these kinds of things to see it all come together in a nice, beautiful package of success.  And in politics, we will smile again, we will have hope again, we will have revenge for what has been done to us.  We will have revenge for the debts, we will have revenge for the wokeness, the censorship, the massive expansion of government overreach.  We will have options again and it will feel great to see those victories.

With all that value, I’m not one who just writes off sports as anything short of a important social value.  If the rest of the world could organize their sports the way we do in America, they certainly would.  But they don’t have the kind of culture that creates the circumstances.  Sports therefor becomes so reflective on the kind of values we truly have as a culture.  And its good to see that winning is still one of the most important attributes that we all still share.  Winning is still important enough to drive the sporting market and push through all the government nonsense just to play a game and see what happens.   In a year where it looked like a fantasy for anything to become bigger than Covid, the NFL managed to stay open long enough to complete a full season and to show us all that life could return to normal, somewhat.  And that people like me who have rooted for the Buccaneers every year for decades could see happiness again even if it came from unlikely places.  The lesson is that the games of life are worth playing.   Victory is just out there often with one good try here and there.   Eventually, when its due to us, we’ll get it, and we’ll love it!

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Wokeness Will Soon Be Out of Fashion: And not a moment too soon

People will do a great many things to survive, if they think there is a real danger to themselves and the people they care about, they’ll follow the rules of a loser government up to a point.  During the last year of Covid we have watched most people take a wait and see approach to the perceived danger.  If that culture says to watch what you say about some woke aspect of a culture, they’ll play along as long as it doesn’t cost them anything.  But the minute that the government can no longer prove that there is a danger, or that the danger is noticeably overblown, people will quickly move to their own values.  That means this massive investment in social construct, into accepting transgender politics, equalization among the sexes, in open border advocacy, are false constructs that do not represent the values of normal people.  They will only listen to such arguments out of self-preservation from an overreaching set of government bureaucrats.  When the values of a society are not aligned with the needs of that society, rule breaking will then become the respectable norm.  But blind adherence to a social norm that is created by a tyrannical government is not natural and will be abandoned by a population at the first opportunity. 

Just as the belief from the government was that Covid would bring us all a new normal, where the rules of Covid protocols would dictate a change in social norms.  As if people would accept for the rest of their lives that we would have to wear masks, that we would have to socially distance.  That all the ridiculousness in avoiding Covid would become the standard government procedure.  I have been enjoying lately watching people come back to life, one year after Covid was shoved into our lives we can see the signs of a world post Covid returning to normal.  Its little things here and there, like the Tampa Bay Bucs parade for winning the Super Bowl where people enjoyed life without socially distancing or wearing the dumb masks and the media had very little to say about it. I was at a few restaurants this past week while the NCAA tournaments were on and they were packed.  People were ready to spend money.  The idea of going to baseball games and actually filling up stadiums again are very much on people’s minds.  This was not the intention of the government doomsayers who were intent to change our society to a new normal.  People want normal again, and nothing else.  And that will be the same type of situation with wokeness.  People must want the market trends; they can’t be imposed on everyone just to stick out of regulation.  Without people believing in why we do things, any trend that is put forth will lack its own energy to maintain itself for any kind of duration. 

Whenever I watch one of these academic approaches to social mind control, I find it bewildering that the participants are so stupid.  I mean we all have access to the same books, the same history of human behavior.  Much of this stuff is well studied, yet time and time again they think that they have mastered the efforts for change and that people will drop their need for personal rebellion and suddenly seek instructions for their basic existence.  And that is always at the heart of most progressive governments where they believe that at the heart of all management problems among a society is a large central government to manage the affairs of everyone.  They have no evidence that states that such a large central government was ever successful, yet they plan as if it’s always been the case ignoring the obvious warning signs of social discontent.  China for their own problems has clearly bitten off too much for themselves.  They now have the world captivated to their cause, but they do not have a history of success to display they actually know what they are doing.  China has problems managing their society everywhere.  Particularly among their men.  They have feminized their males; they have too tightly controlled their females.  They are not inventive and are showing massive problems on the horizon that a large government will never be able to inspire growth out of.  Yet they are the ones setting policy controls through the media to steer society from one woke policy to another. 

It will be with the same lack of fanfare that the woke trends of our times now will fall away into ridiculousness as the social controls of today are scrutinized beyond defense.  People will accept the opposite of what we call wokeness now, the default mode will be the opposite—everything but wokeness.  It just takes too much work to think about all these pronoun problems, and all the overly sensitive modes of engagement meant to make lazy people feel less bad about themselves.  There will be a day not so far away where people will make fun of woke terms the way people now make fun of bell bottoms and other outdated social trends that in hindsight make us wonder what we were thinking when we came up with them.  History will remember the criticism, it won’t remember the act itself or what caused it, because neither was created out of necessity, but in an arrogant attempt at social engineering by inferior academic pin heads.  And when it does, we will all have a good, needed laugh.  We will make fun of the losers who created so much trouble for us because they’ll deserve the ridicule.  They’ll deserve our criticism spectacularly.  And the more we do it, the more healthy our society will be as a warning to those future micromanagers, to keep their dumb ideas to themselves and not to transfer to the rest of us all their neurosis.  For as thick as it feels today, we will surely enjoy the snap back into reality for which we are all owed.  It will be a good day when that happens, and we all certainly deserve to see woke culture ridiculed to the ends of the earth with great fanfare.

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The Puppet President: Proof of a shadow government every time Biden talks

I would direct your attention to the South Carolina primary where Biden was on the ropes and had to win.  If you’ll remember about that time all the other candidates decided to rally behind Biden and he ended up winning that primary and suddenly from there on he was the front runner.  Clearly the entire event was orchestrated by invisible handlers who were not part of the presidential story.  Then it got worse from there as the Biden campaign refused to let him hit the road, kept him locked in his house while they used Covid-19 as an excuse not to campaign traditionally.  Then we saw Trump work his ass off to win 75 million votes only to have the election stolen away with an impossible number of voters being counted days after the election to eventually give Biden the presidency.  The message to all of us was that the handlers were never going to allow us to have President Trump.  They were clear in letting us all know that the presidency was not controlled by the people of America.  Even though its supposed to be, the message was clear to us, they were going to give us Biden, even as dumb and slow as he was, and we were going to live with it.  They were almost rubbing our faces in it. 

Of course, this isn’t a sustainable position.  We have all assumed for centuries that we elect our presidents through elections, and people are going to resent not having control of their government.  They won’t put up with this caricature set-up that we see now.  In the short run people will go along because they are civil, but as things go, the expectation will be that a shadow government unelected is not going to be acceptable.  I have no fear that this caricature style president that we have with Joe Biden will last long.  But that it is so obvious is an excellent learning opportunity to take what we are seeing and apply it to the theory of conspiracy theories going back decades.  When people have said that all American presidents, except for President Trump have been owned and operated by a shadow government since the beginning, there is now proof of that behavior.  Its no longer a theory.  What is new though is the lack of hiding it from the public any longer.

It will be interesting to see how long this Biden caricature can continue, how much or how long people will put up with it.  Typically, people don’t care about government positions unless they get in the way of people’s lives.  But even the ceremonial stuff like Biden addressing the nation on the 1-year anniversary of Covid is flat and eventless.  People get that the silly Covid speech was only constructed to help sell that the government needed to do what it did to alleviate the crises—for which they created—but Biden could barely even deliver the lines.  He can’t even play the puppet well without all the stuffing coming out during the performance.  And people won’t put up with that.  If they are going to be lied to, they expect the politicians to at least put on a show about it so not to make people look like such suckers following such an oaf.  Joe Biden is no Bill Clinton or Ronald Reagan, people who could at least read the script and make people feel like the president was in charge instead of an army of unelected bureaucrats hiding in the shadows. 

We also know now why Trump was so successful and was able to achieve so much in a short period of time.  Because as an executive, he was able to actually solve problems.  In the past, the shadow government people proved to be incompetent and presidents didn’t know to question things.  They just read the speeches that were provided to them.  But Trump didn’t need any of them and was able to actually fix things the way normal people would.  Yet that was never the way it was supposed to be, presidents were not supposed to be in charge.  We were only supposed to believe they were.  In reality, they were to remain controlled by the shadow government.  What’s good is that at least now, we are talking about the actual shadow government instead of speculating about its existence.  Everyone can see it; they are just off stage from where Joe Biden is, and they now have to spend all their time trying to hold him up.  And when he drifts off message, they are the ones who put up the color bars and cut the transmission.  We are seeing the shadow government more than we ever have before.  So, if there is anything good to come out of all this it’s that we no longer think of such things as a conspiracy. 

I often measuring things by pressure, you can learn about the truth of something as pressure will reveal behavior based on the forces acting on it.  As a response to President Trump being elected in 2016, which nobody thought would happen apparently, the shadow government got caught flat footed.  This forced them to double and triple down during this election season of 2020.  They didn’t even care if they got caught tip toeing through the paint in the corner.  They just wanted control back, which is what we are seeing.  They picked Joe Biden way back at the South Carolina primary because he wasn’t very smart, wasn’t going to cause them trouble, and wouldn’t be a challenge to them in the least.  And we are seeing the cost of that decision.  The cost to them is in the lack of credibility.  It costs them everyday to send Joe Biden out to talk nonsense only to stumble through the lines aimlessly.  It hurts the brand of the shadow government to have such a knuckle dragger representing them.  But to have a nice compliant puppet they had to pick Joe Biden.  Their need for control exceeds their need for credibility.  Obviously, they have realized that when it comes to presidents, they can’t have both. 

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Hemingway’s at Bass Pro Shops Springfield: An escape from political incompetency

By now surely, you’ve seen my article on how the Bass Pro Shop in Springfield Missouri was my idea of Heaven on earth.  The experience was so good that I am following it up with a second part to talk about the great restaurant they have there, Hemingway’s.  It was such a good experience that it deserves its own commitment to sentiment.  But context is needed of course. Hemingway’s was a great restaurant in its own right, and anybody who wants to go out on a Friday night to have a nice dinner would want to just go straight to Bass Pro Shops there in Springfield and eat at Hemingway’s which is a classy sea food place that has all you can eat fish and chips on Friday evenings.  In the world of Covid protocols and having to travel through several blue states that were out of control on mask mandates and much of the south in Texas and Oklahoma that were shut down due to power problems and burst water lines, our visit to Hemingway’s was extraordinarily good, because after many thousands of miles of travel through harsh conditions, it was the first restaurant we were able to stop at where we could sit down and eat and have something of a normal night out together, as we are accustom to as Americans.  After all, we traveled all over New Mexico and only found one restaurant that we were able to sit down and eat at as tourists.  Every other place we had to grab take out and take it back to our RV or eat in the car, which was stupid. Then for the vast sums of miles over a huge portion of the country there just wasn’t power or water.  So, in many ways our stop at Springfield Missouri was a dream come true because I was getting tired of dealing with the effects of stupid liberalism.  It was liberalism that caused much of the trouble in Texas and Oklahoma and it was certainly liberalism that shut down all the restaurants in New Mexico.  Hemingway’s at the Bass Pro Shops in Springfield Missouri was a wonderful oasis that couldn’t have come soon enough, and to say I appreciated it was a vast understatement.

We have come to not appreciate how easy it is to get food these days.  If we want to go out to eat, we do it and can find fulfilment quickly.  But since the government has used Covid-19 to grab power and destroy logic micromanaging all our lives we’ve seen restaurants going down left and right barely staying open as the stupidity of liberal governors has destroyed the markets in their overcontrolling states.  In our case this wasn’t a regional problem, it was experienced over a vast portion of the United States and if we hadn’t had an RV, we wouldn’t have been able to eat regularly while traveling.  Now that would have been fine with the liberal governors because they didn’t want traveling through their state anyway, and they certainly suddenly didn’t care about tourism.  This new woke corporatism that we are experiencing is all about giving up profits to do the right thing from their warped perspective.  That means that service industries are suddenly giving you the middle finger everywhere you go because they don’t want your business.  They are either being put out of business by their government or the government is giving them a subsidy to be closed or operate in a limited capacity.  That said, in the past when you were willing to give your money to a little hole in the wall somewhere, they appreciated it. But not anymore.  The damage done by Covid protocols to tamper with the free market aspect of all businesses has ushered in a really dark period of government control that has ruined the service industry.  So even if you do find a place open, you likely won’t get a very enthusiastic experience.

We are also used to driving a few miles down the road to find something better if you run into a bad experience while on the road.  But for hundreds and hundreds of miles, we found that it was either mask mandates that were ruining the experience, or physical water problems where you couldn’t even use the rest room because they didn’t have any running water.  My wife and I had stopped at the Big Texan down in Amarillo and there we were able to have something of a normal dining experience.  Yet after over a week on the road, we could have counted those experiences with two fingers, and while we were in Amarillo, our campsite was covered with six inches of snow and I was worried the entire meal about ever getting our RV out of its spot so we could continue to travel.  There was a very real possibility that we were going to be stuck there for a few days while the snow melted.  So even though the Big Texan was a wonderful place to stop by and grab a burger, it was hard for me to enjoy knowing some of the challenges I had ahead of us—like being able to leave the next day.  My wife and I even stayed at the Big Texan RV park because it advertised an indoor pool, a limo ride to the Big Texan and a whole bunch of fun service amenities.  But when we arrived the pool was down because it was so cold, all the limos were snowed in, and there was no snow upkeep on the property.  This after 10 hair raising days of bad weather and limited access to services because the New Mexican governor had tight clamps on all economic activity due to Covid.  So literally our next stop after Amarillo was Hemingway’s at Springfield Missouri.

There, things were normal, we arrived late on a Friday night hungry as Hell and ready to relax.  We had driven hard all day for two days and over all that time couldn’t find any place, not even a gas station that was fully operational and not psycho over mask mandates.  Even Texas had mask mandates, so it was pretty ridiculous to deal with.  And the employees at Hemingway’s were wearing masks which disappointed me at first.  But they didn’t let it get in the way of the experience and the atmosphere was so good, and they not only had running water, but they had waterfalls everywhere and a big aquarium behind the bar that we were so grateful for the hint at normalcy.  We took our time eating the all you can eat fish and chips because we literally hadn’t had a good meal for a long time.  A good meal that was worry free.  It was certainly one of those experiences that I will never forget.  I was so appreciative of the good food, the atmosphere, but the audacity of it all.  That Bass Pro in all its capitalist glory had such a great restaurant on their property which could overcome all the nuances of political incompetence which had been so prevalent on our trip was something I wouldn’t soon forget.  And it came in the unlikeliest of places at a time most appreciated. 

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The Windmills of Texas was a Terrible, Liberal Idea: When Democrats want to kill people to save their idea of the earth worship

I’ve seen them before, the windmills that are now part of so many power grids all across the nation.  Recently on a long drive through the American West I was able to see them up close as many truckers who supply our many businesses do, driving down from Kansas into Oklahoma and on into Texas and New Mexico you can’t miss them.  There are vast expanses of those windmills for as far as you can see.  It was a major investment that was impressive.  The size of them was impressive.  But after a while they lose their mystique and they just become eye pollution.  Now, if they worked wonderfully, perhaps all that eye noise on the vast landscape would be worth it.  But as we learned especially in Texas as they were hit with a century unique snowstorm, which I was right in the middle of, that the windmills froze up and became useless making many people in Texas completely vulnerable to the zero-degree temperatures.  It was a complete disaster to allow wind power to become such a part of the Texan power grid, its no wonder that the governor Greg Abbott was the first state in the country this week in removing the statewide mask mandate.  After that mess, he owed the people of Texas some relief, which he’s a good governor and was smart enough to realize.  The lesson here was that if you follow liberal policies, even a little bit, that doom is soon to follow and that is precisely what happened to Texas with its over commitment to wind power. 

Fortunately, I was there to be able to see that disaster up close, the windmill failures.  I felt sorry for everyone, but luckily, Texas was able to get back to warmer weather much faster than other parts of the country would have been, if not the deaths would have been much higher.  This was just another example of how stupid liberal energy policies are, or just mitigations for what they perceive as climate change.  Every year California goes through their wildfire season which is essentially a massive case of mismanagement of forest undergrowth because they put perceived environmental concerns over the logic of real science that is beneficial to human beings.  The desire to eliminate human energy footprints in the world due to superstitious concerns has proved to be the most treacherous aspect of their energy policies, which can be seen obviously in the loss of power in Texas during the 2021 unique snowstorm.  Its exactly the same kind of lunacy as we have experienced under Covid-19.  Bad liberal management of resources and future forecasts of crises management.  The amount of failures that we are seeing that come from liberal policies should terrify anybody downstream of their mistakes and the evidence is now impossible to ignore. 

In Ohio, there was much scandal made of the Ohio Republicans in conjunction with the bailouts of two nuclear power plants.  In spite of the FBI assisting efforts of liberals to torpedo the deal that would preserve nuclear energy in Ohio it should be obvious to everyone what was really going on.  The same greenie weenie policies from environmentalists who want to cover Ohio with windmills and solar power, without really understanding the long-term consequences should be obvious to everyone by now.  They want more than anything to control the people of Ohio, Texas, Oklahoma—everywhere by controlling how much power people can get, so that they can forcibly remove human beings carbon footprint as the end result of their activism.  Its not about providing successful energy needs in a next generation state, its about limiting the power consumption of the human race by weening them off the needs for power.  But while all that activism is applied, nobody thinks about not having power for weeks on end when the temperature outside a home is below zero, and there is a very real chance of people dying.  The dysfunctional desire to preserve the earth while killing off human beings is something every legislator should be concerned about.  We continue to see time and time again that liberals do not care about the results of their decisions as they may inconvenience human beings.   They see humans as an impediment to their case of earth worship and their politics and science is bent to reflect their intellectual deficiencies.

Based on what we know now, we should understand that nothing liberals propose in regard to energy source maintenance is for anybody’s good.  We should see every proposal made by liberals as antagonistic toward human endeavor.  The wind power energy generation is a horrendous expense and a technical blemish on reality.  If liberals really cared about the environment, they wouldn’t consider building that many windmills dotting the entire countryside for miles and miles in all directions just to avoid a few nuclear power plants that most people would never see, and would be a lot more reliable in power maintenance.  Just as if they didn’t want to see forest fires every year in the West, they would do grounds maintenance to clear up all the undergrowth and protect people’s homes.  Instead, they secretly want people’s homes destroyed because liberals don’t think the homes should have been built at all in the first place.  The less that humans populate the earth, the better the policy as far as liberals are concerned, and the evidence of their actions comes out every time there is one of these natural disasters, crazy snowstorms, forest fires, hurricanes, etc.  Then when they are caught, the argue that snowstorms are caused by global warming, they say that forest fires are caused by global warming, they say that hurricanes are caused by global warming and that there are only 10 years to correct the situation without a shred of evidence that they can point to for testimony of truth.  There is a whole lot more evidence of election fraud in the 2020 elections than there is that climate change is even a remote concern for our present day.  Yet we are making decisions based on liberal views on climate change while we ignore the other issues that are far more certain.  Meanwhile, people are suffering every time a liberal policy fails, as it did in Texas.

Its one thing to be politically critical of the other side for all kinds of reasons, but its another to be up close and personal when everything fails.  Usually, I only see the liberal stupidity from a television or radio broadcast, from the safety of my home.  But for the windmills freezing up in Texas, I was right there in the middle of it watching it in live time.  And the mass stupidity was obvious.  Without question, the Republicans of Texas got suckered into accepting these greenie weenie proposals from liberals in order to shut them up over some other issue by giving a little here to protect something over there.  But the totality of the failure is that windmills should have never been a part of any deal.  Its easier to say that in hindsight now that the tragedy has occurred.  Nobody knew what would happen to the windmills should a zero-degree snowstorm ever hit Texas.  But now that it happened, the lessons can’t be ignored.  And what we do going forward should be understood for the day after tomorrow.

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Woke Culture is Government Mind Control: The essence of being free is to think your own thoughts

There are lots of conspiracy books on the government experiments with mind control.  Many would assume that these mechanisms of mind control would be super scientific and would involve technology at some level.  But in truth, mind control is really a series of simple tricks that are well exampled in the post 2020 election cycle and are more psychological rather than literal.  For instance, the current social trend of wokeness is just such a form of mind control, the design is to tear away an individual’s personal judgments about something then to replace that value system with a government sanctioned position.  Such as forcing people to accept gay rights or transgender politics into policy making decisions so that our emotional barriers are removed to such things.  However, when we talk about freedom, we aren’t just talking about physical rights, such as rights to have a firearm to protect private property obtained through hard work and tenacity.  We are most importantly protecting our right to think what we want, to own our private thoughts.  This current government/corporate conglomeration certainly has as a goal to remove private thoughts through peer pressure to obtain a collective result of net zero judgments so that the government can replace what our thoughts are—and I find that profoundly insulting.  Recently, because of the woke trends and my statements about the freakshow health director from Pennsylvania that Beijing Biden has put on his staff, the Rocky Horror Picture Show dude, I have had several angry comments thrown my way, which are completely irresponsible and hostile at the most basic level.  But it also serves as an excellent platform for discussing the essentials of personal freedom that are at the core of this woke argument of our modern times.

As I said in the video above, my view on life and how we interact with each other is that we have an obligation to treat family members, work associates, political affiliates, everyone really as fairly as possible.  Saying that, I know lots of people from many diverse backgrounds and can think of off the top of my head several people who are now calling themselves transgender.  I personally interact with hundreds of people each week, sometimes thousands, and nobody could ever accuse me of not treating anybody with utmost courtesy and respect.  In fact, many people who know me well are bewildered how I can hold my opinions about so many things the way I do.  However, as anybody who reads here knows, I have a great many strong opinions about a great number of topics, and my mind doesn’t get changed once I determine a position.  For me my social projection is a shield to guard my inner thoughts, I don’t feel it necessary to unleash my inner thoughts to the acceptance of group behavior, which is the essential ingredients behind many of the government mind control experiments that have been conducted over the years.  Humans are social animals and they seldom graduate their thought processes beyond that of children who look for peer approval before arriving at a conclusion.  If you deny the peer approval, you can thus control the thoughts of the people seeking it.  My position is the reverse, I gather outside influence then determine out of all the data what I think about it and I arrive at my core values that way, independent of outside shaping. 

That means I can deal with gay people, or transgender people experimenting with their psychological output to society in general with a polite façade of fairness, but I can also have an opinion about their behavior that may be good or bad.  My thoughts on the matter are not subject to the definitions of a government, a media, or a peer of any kind.  My thoughts are my thoughts, and I am free to have them.  In any independence movement, personal thoughts are the very first thing we should be concerned with.  We have an obligation to fairness and all the variety of people that there are in the world and why they think the way they do, but we are free to have an opinion about things based on our experience.  We are humans and we have a right and obligation to judge.  When a government, or anybody for that matter tells us “not to judge,” they are essentially telling us not to think, and its at that point that we stop being human, and certainly where we give up our core responsibility to independence. 

What we have been seeing among the government commitment to woke culture, and even the corporate scams to suck up to the power of government, such as we have seen from Disney, Coke, Facebook and many others is an acceptance of mind control.  They aren’t interested in fairness in society, they want to control what you think about things and how you come about to think it, which is the most dangerous kind of mind control yet attempted in the history of the world on such a mass level.  While it might seem harmless enough to disguise mind control behind fairness, it is not the same thing.  They are two different processes, not one that is mangled together meant to destroy the entire thought process of personal judgment.  Once we allow our minds to fall to such mind control, we lose the ability to think about anything, which is the goal of these aggressors.  While the surface argument might be to insult our sensibilities with transgender politics or gay rights, we forget that the real issue is simply sexual politics—something that really only concerns us as human beings for about 30 years of our lives—and so in the process of doing all this we lose our ability to think about everything from big topics to small topics for the young and old alike forcing us to turn to government for our definitions of thoughts. 

True, I do have a unique perspective on this, I live my life in such a way and have for a long time.  I’m willing to give a bit while interacting with people I strongly disagree with.  But when I get away to the quiet of my own mind, I turn myself loose to enjoy the freedom to think what I want when I want to for as long as I wish and that is how I’ve maintained a balance over many years happily.  I share it here to help whomever can find peace with it.  But it is deeply insulting to even hear any accusation meant for less developed people to be held to the government defined judgments of a woke culture.  That certainly doesn’t apply to me and I have to remind everyone thinking and doing that kind of activity that once you give up your ability to think for yourself and to have opinions formed from your own experience, you have thrown yourself on an alter of wokeness to be programed by a stupid society of government pinheads who could care less about fairness.  All they want is your mind and that by playing their silly woke game, you are surrendering the most valuable part of yourself to a bunch of idiots essentially for free, and that is a really dumb thing to do. 

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