The Loser John McCain and the Memory of his Role in the Russian Dossier

Meghan McCain may be insane, she certainly isn’t a conservative. I understand that she is a grieving daughter of her father John McCain the Rino Senator who was taking up a Republican seat calling himself a conservative for many years. Clearly Meghan is only conservative when compared to the rest of the world which is dramatically liberalized so that is the measuring system used to describe Washington politics, not the reality of the flyover country for which elected Donald Trump president, which that same measuring system just can’t come to terms with, even after two years. John McCain was an anti-Trumper from the beginning and he did what he could to derail Trump’s acquisition of the White House including handing the first 33 pages of the fake Russian dossier written by Christopher Steele to the FBI so to gain leverage over Trump before he was even inaugurated. Now that newly released unsealed court documents have shown that a McCain associate, David Kramer acted on the senator’s behalf to not only give the information to the FBI, but to leak it to the press, which we will get into a bit more in the subsequent paragraphs. President Trump has a right to be angry, but what right does Meghan McCain have to rattle off her mouth which takes up entirely too much real estate, when her family is directly connected to such an epic scandal that will shame her father’s name for life. Meghan is a big girl, so I realize that hiding behind a rock somewhere is a difficult thing to do, but she should at least try instead of getting into a Twitter war with the President over a memory of her father that only she has.

Kramer admitted that it was Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson who decided to have McCain forward the document to the FBI to make it more credible. A senior Republican was needed to give the dossier credibility, so Senator McCain knew the role he played in the scandal and was willing to lend his long developed name to the endeavor, knowing the implications. This information was unsealed because of an ongoing libel case against BuzzFeed by Aleksel Gubarev, a Russian businessman named in the dossier. As part of the newly revealed documents it was revealed that Kramer put the dossier on a table and left the room allowing a BuzzFeed reporter to take pictures of the document for later publication, which was the source of the media leak. The whole intent was to provide damage to the Trump administration right out of the gate true or not. The truth had nothing to do with any of the dossier content, only impressions to harm an incoming president. It was never the Russians that were involved in the Trump administration, it was our own government and agents who were trying to overthrow an American election and John McCain was at the center of it.

Christopher Steele was hired to write the fake dossier by both Clinton campaign administrators and anti-Trump conservatives, so John McCain was involved from the beginning. He knew what the dossier was and what the intent of it was meant to do. He had planned all along to be the guy who took the dossier from obscurity into the mainstream by handing it directly to the FBI and providing cover for the Democrats who would have been much more scrutinized because of the nature of a political attack for which it was. Because people thought of McCain as a Republican, it would mean more if it came from the President’s own political party. McCain handed the dossier to the FBI in December of 2016 as Trump was preparing to take office the following month. The BuzzFeed publication occurred in January ahead of the inauguration. It was James Comey who whispered it into the President-elect’s ear that they had a dossier about some hired prostitutes in Russia that were to perform “golden showers” for Trump in a Moscow hotel room and that the incident had been taped. The whole point of the effort was to control Trump with a sordid plot true or not so that the new President would be forced to buddy up to the FBI for protection. From the very beginning the establishment Republicans and Democrats plotted the Russian story as a means to control President Trump the way they have many other politicians in the past. Only Trump was different. He decided to fight everyone head on and he fired James Comey for his role in the whole thing. That of course set off a panic that continues to this day.

The entire Mueller investigation is now about protecting those involved in the Trump scandal by keeping the President on his heels and not prosecuting the people involved in attempting to overthrow the election of 2016. With McCain now dead his daughter Meghan should consider herself lucky that her family doesn’t have an opportunity to get drug through the mud of a real scandal for which her father played a key role. John McCain was a bitter liberal posing as a conservative and was a detriment to the Republican Party. He was also a loser, his loss to Barack Obama for president in 2008 cost the United States far more in political capital than even the most organized terrorist attack could garner. America moved dangerously close to global socialism during that period and it was John McCain who helped make it happen by first being a loser in an important campaign, but second in befriending Barack Obama and encouraging Republicans to be pacifists toward the hostilities encouraged by the Democrat party, such as open borders, inflated debt, and bipartisan agreements when it was only Republicans doing the compromises.

Largely that is the role that Meghan McCain has on the television show, The View. She plays the conservative angle against the other liberals for overly emotional viewers to obtain their political spectrum from. But Meghan is just a confused girl heartbroken over the loss of her father whom she apparently didn’t know all that well and has filled her memories of him with the ideal images every daughter wants to believe about their daddies. And now that he’s dead, she can’t see the truth for the trees. But the facts are what they are, John McCain was a hostile agent in the American election of 2016 and was working hard to undercut the direction of the Republican party as dictated by voters within our Republic. And he broke the law and helped set the course for many more crimes to be broken, particularly by the FBI itself. The Justice Department of the Obama administration was in on the act as well and McCain knew it all from the beginning and acted against the American election anyway, trying to blame his antics on innocent Russians not even involved. McCain and his accomplices picked the Russians trying to tap into Cold War memories, but in all actuality, they had no power to influence anything in America, so they made an easy target because their economy is so bad that they couldn’t even fantasize about retaliating.

As far as loving Trump, Meghan McCain is severely disillusioned. I love President Trump from a distance quite a lot. I’m sure he has plenty of people close to him in his family who rival whatever affections she might have for her father. She and many of the never-Trump types in both the Democrat and Republican parties want to believe that Trump is this unsavory character who will lie, steal and cheat anybody over anything. But it is they who are perfectly willing to do such things. Just like their Russian hoax, they expect Trump not to defend himself, and to sit on his heels in defense, not attack. But that’s not the Trump way, so they don’t know what to do to appeal to his weaknesses but to attack his family. But obviously, that doesn’t work either. It is unlikely that McCain really loved his daughter the way she wants to remember it. What McCain loved is being a sneaky globalist pretending to be a Republican when really he was out to undermine the concepts of conservatism. And to usher in on the backs of weakness and sentiment an age of liberalism that was deep in his heart and had paralyzed Republican efforts for decades. And that is what he loved, and nothing more.

Rich Hoffman

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The Many Trojan Horses of American Politics and why there is a National Emergency at the Border.

Do you know why dear reader that Democrats and some Republicans don’t believe there is a crisis at the American border? Because what is happening there is by design, they want it to occur. There is nothing bad about it because they want to see the collapse of America and they don’t want any resistance to it. To the Greeks after a fruitless 10 year siege they were rooting for the effects of using a Trojan Horse to sneak into the city of Troy’s defenses and destroy everything by surprise. The Trojan War was thus won by the Greeks. So of course the Greeks supported the efforts of the Trojan Horse. But for the people of Troy, they lost the war and their lives were destroyed. It all depends on perspective. So no, they don’t see the emergency that Trump is igniting at the southern border with Mexico that a wall needs to be built. Because they want the war against America to lean toward the global siege that has been going on for many, many years to continue and for those forces to be victorious. It was a disappointing revelation to see that 12 senators voted against President Trump’s emergency declaration. But it didn’t matter because Trump vetoed the attack against his actions as he should have. However, it was very disappointing for me to see Rob Portman’s name on that list. I go back a long way with that guy and it pains me to see him go against Trump. But in war, people don’t always hold their values, they do change over time and that appears to be the case with many of the Republicans who have proven themselves weak on border security and the obvious assault through drugs that flood into our American culture with the quite open attempt to destroy it.

Right after Ross Perot lost his election in 1992 I was one of the leaders of what would become the Reform Party and Rob Portman would tag along with us to find his political footing as he wanted to enter politics. I liked Rob and thought it would be great to get a “reform party” kind of personality on the Republican ticket to run for congress, so I helped Rob anyway I could, including setting up a big debate at WLW in the spring of 1993. There was a special election that year for an open congressional seat and Rob was going for it. Nevertheless, Rob won the election and over the oncoming years we lost touch with each other. In 1996 he still remembered me when I did an anti-tax campaign publishing t-shirts called “take an axe to our tax” which were being sold nationwide. I sent one to Rob Portman to wear around Washington D.C. and he sent me a check for $7 which I didn’t ask for. But he was always an honest guy and I think that was his way of acknowledging our previous friendship. I’ve since seen him at a few Trump rallies, but we really haven’t spoken in a couple of decades. He has obviously changed which pains me, but doesn’t surprise me at all. He and all the Republicans who voted against Trump’s emergency declaration were essentially attacking the idea of American sovereignty and were like the Greeks, cheering on the effects of the Trojan Horse.

In a press conference in the Oval Office Trump had supporters of his emergency declaration for border security there to provide details, and one person told the whole story about the fact Americans consume most of the world’s illegal drug market, which is quite a thing to say. While its true that in the United States our free society functions on a supply and demand economic desire, the real truth behind the drug movement is a kind of a Trojan Horse of its own. The border flooding with illegal immigration is one kind of Trojan Horse designed to change voting patterns and collapse the American economy into bankruptcy through legacy welfare costs, but the other Trojan Horse was much more subtle but far more deadlier, the flow and encouragement of drugs in our culture with the open intent of destroying it. The United States uses far more drugs than any other place on earth and that is due to the attacks against our free society from forces jealous of it living beyond the borders, and sometimes within. The American CIA took a very active role in ensuring that illegal drugs flooded into the United States during the sixties, seventies, and eighties creating a permanent class of drug induced citizens who in many cases have literally lost their minds.

16.2% of people in the United States report that in their lifetimes they have used cocaine which is high. 42.4% of Americans report that they have used marijuana over the same period. I actually think the marijuana use is higher than that, but let’s just stick with the measured statistics. The way the drug pushers, many who currently are politicians in our American government, have been selling illegal and legal drug use is as a byproduct of capitalism. Excess wealth promotes excess abuses to mental and physical health. It’s essentially the same message that is given in every Charles Dickens story, that the wealthy overlord is the oppressor of the poor and is the villain of every story. Wealthy people who succeed in American culture thus become drug addicts and abuse themselves with reckless lifestyle choices, so such things should be abandoned for a more centrally controlled government. That is what has been happening and the illegal drug trade that is currently flooding our American border with Mexico is a large strategic assault that has been going on for many, many years and it is and has been a major emergency. Thankfully President Trump is the first president willing to actually tackle this detrimental problem. Anybody against securing the border with a physical wall is against stopping the flood of drugs into America which opponents are of course not wanting to see happen. They want the poison to continue to rob Americans of their intellect and thus to destroy them utterly.

The desire for drug use is the result ultimately of liberalism. With liberal concepts injected into our society, such as reckless sex, over consumption of all resources because responsibility is never a personal ownership type of thing it is no surprise that abuse of alcohol and other drugs are alarmingly high in American culture and the enemies of capitalism want to continue to use that trend as a means to shy the world away from capitalism and into global socialism. That is the ultimate plan and those people don’t care how many lives are ruined in the process. The intent from the beginning was to destroy America and all the people in it. They don’t care how or why, only that it does happen. That is why it is such a shame that the 12 Republicans, such as Rob Portman have been suckered into voting against the President. In many cases they think they are fighting the long game of preservation of a Republic form of government where they don’t want to see Democrats abusing executive authority in the future. But to the enemies of America who support open borders and massive drug use, they don’t intend for an American Republic to even exist in the future. They want a global government that does not have sovereign borders, at all. The two fights aren’t even in the same arena. And that is why the border wall issue is so important and why it is a national emergency. Only half our nation is now poisoned beyond reason into supporting the enemy. And unfortunately, Republicans are helping that enemy along.

Rich Hoffman

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“Operation Varsity Blues” is only the tip of the Iceberg

I think personally it’s a crime to be born a human being and not to develop your mind to the furthest extent that you can. And the concept of college was intended to do that. But I have never felt that the college experience was productive or even fruitful in what it was supposed to do. I would generously call the entire education system across the world to be a gross example of mismanagement. I work with highly educated people every day, but one thing that they all have in common who I would consider good is that their educations were not limited to the classroom, but were part of their daily life and continued far after they graduated. The college experience might have obtained for them a job higher up the ladder than people without the college degree but the will to education was a lifelong experience, not something that was purchased then kept for the rest of their lives. And that is the problem at the heart of this massive college scandal titled “Operation Varsity Blues” where the ring leader William Singer led the way in bribing colleges in various ways to get their kids into elite schools. Mindless actresses and other members of the Hollywood community, such as Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were openly cheating the system to get their ungrateful children into schools just for the ability of having talking points to discuss in their social circles. Obviously, nobody cared about actually getting an education, they just wanted the title of an elite school next to their child’s name. And that attitude is really at the heart of the problem, for the schools and the idiots who pay so much money to send their kids there. I would say that the entire college experience is a scam these days, a worthless journey into liberal instruction that does far more damage to a young mind than it does for good and I base that on personal observation and experience.

I have never been a fan of the college experience. I lived on the campus of the University of Cincinnati for several years and had several friends who were in the fraternities and were able to see what those experiences were really about up close. I went to college because everyone told me I had to in order to get a good job, and I challenged that all the way entering each class with a mind toward how stupid the whole set-up was. So to say the least, I thought the entire college experience was dumb, and slow. I couldn’t wait to get as far away from it as possible. The entire system relied on neurotic parents who have failed their children all through their childhoods to believe that by sending their kids to college with extraordinary entrance fees and tuition that they can buy their way into the category of good parenting and in general our social system has supported that false belief. Most often the kids going to college only do so to get away from their parents and to have the experience of partying. And the parents really just want to brag to their peers about what a good parent they were because they spent hundreds of thousands of dollars sending their children to a school with a great reputation.

I had the occasion not so long ago to attend an alum experience at the University of Cincinnati involving the Bearcat basketball team and I was not impressed. It largely consisted of older people reflecting on their youth as they attended the university and their sentiments were etched into time as loyalty to the institution of the college, not what they learned while attending. Any successful person will declare honestly that it takes a lot more work than just a college education to do well in life. All the college experience was doing for people was establishing themselves in a pecking order artificially created by below the line people to tell the world they were paying money to be above the line, a kind of fake it until you make it mentality. I saw the entire alum experience to be no different from the kind of people who attend science fiction conventions and spend all their time playing board games. The experience itself was meaningless, it was the social aspect of it that gave meaning to the participants who largely lacked personal courage needing the approval of others to function.

And that is at the core of this massive college scandal. I would not be surprised to find that all this is only the tip of the iceberg, that many more such scandals are happening every day. Public schools cheat all the time to get their test scores up for their students because federal money is tied to those performance standards—and the unions must have their money. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to nobody that the same cheating culture finds its way into the college world. Everyone is literally in on the game so most of our society is guilty of playing. Lori Loughlin was a terrible, but very typical parent. You can tell in her kids who are destined as a result of that parenting to be losers all their life. All Lori cared about was being able to tell her friends in social circles that her children were going to the best schools. She couldn’t care less what her kids learned there, or even if they would be successful as a result, Loughlin only cared that people believed she cared, and she would have spent any amount of money she had in the world to prove it—just as most parents do.

It’s the same old belief that people have about raising children, they waste their kid’s lives through the first 18 years believing that this school or another, public, private, or college will do great things for their children and that money will do the work they should have been doing as parents. And that never turns out to be the case. If you suck as a parent your kids will suck as adults. End of story. No school can do the job of parenting and that is the real crime of this story. It was the belief that money could buy a title with a school’s name next to that and success in life for a child would occur magically and without effort. That’s how stupid most people are about the college experience and the schools themselves are more than happy to run the scam front and to take the money. In most cases they are only the new breed of snake oil salesmen selling the belief in good health but nothing of any real content.

When I told some of my recent overman stories about how to view life correctly and with authenticity, I had a terrible time with family members and peers when my own children became college aged. I was worried that college would ruin them, and did not encourage them to go even though it put me at odds with most everyone I cared about at the time. I see colleges as dangerous to intellectual development and they certainly aren’t committed to education. In the condition they are in now, they are just a massive scam that needs to be exposed. The problem goes far beyond Operation Varsity Blues, its at the core of our entire culture and the time is here to reevaluate that relationship. You can’t cheat the world with money or fake commitment. You have to be above the line in even your most intimate thoughts and if you really want success, you have to be an authentic personality. Public acceptances get you nothing but an invite to a neighborhood block party and a lot of wasted time talking to people who aren’t worth the air that comes from their mouths while conversing. And that is the lesson we should all learn from this latest, but not the last college scandal.

Rich Hoffman

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Bad Parenting and the Products Who Crave Socialism

Of course, I’m against socialism and why I support the Republican party. I’m a very hard worker and a persistent overachiever, relative to the rest of the world. Obviously, I wouldn’t support any form of government or economic system that encourages lazy people to mooch off my efforts for the rest of their lives. Such a thing is complete insanity from my perspective and is precisely why socialism will never work in America so long as people like me are in it, and I’m not going anywhere. The basic premise of socialism is to attach people together into a kind of symbiotic relationship, but the failure always occurs when the lazy refuse to do their part, and that’s when things always break down in a socialist society. Its kind of like that moment when the teacher in a class asks a question and everyone knows the answer but nobody wants to be the first person to raise their hand, so nobody does. That is why socialist countries fail because nobody raises their hand to solve problems or make things that can count toward a GDP. They are waiting for someone else to do it and that someone never comes along.

In American society we have built our Constitution and entire means of government to empower those individuals to raise their hands and to act on their own, which is the key to why economic growth in America has always been good. Yes, that could go way in an instant and there is a real danger of that happening over the next 20 years because of the many physiological problems that people have due to their improper upbringings and tendency toward drags to numb their minds from resolving the impact of problems. When I say the Democrat party is filled with people who are functionally insane, I mean it quite literally. And to cover that insanity they need to partner up with someone who has it together which is why socialism is on the rise. But that isn’t fair to a person like me who works really hard, takes care of my own personal responsibilities, and is always looking to improve the world around me. It is not right or just to expect me to do all the work and let everyone else mooch off my efforts. So naturally I am against socialism and liberalism in general. It doesn’t benefit me in any way and from the eyes of a sane person it doesn’t help society at large to give them a hand out when what they really need is a hand up.

More young people are migrating toward socialism these days largely due to their public educations, but more specifically because of the lack of proper fathers in their lives. The roles that government plays into the lives of its citizens is directly correlated to their parental experience at home during their childhoods. There is a running joke among men about women, if a woman has a good relationship with her father, she won’t be easy to bag and tag as a sexual conquest. You won’t find many Vegas showgirls, prostitutes, and strippers who go to their parent’s house on the weekends for dinner and talk to their dads about the origin of the universe. But you will find a dad who molested the kids when they were young of and broke their trust bond at some point in the past. The same holds true between liberals and conservatives. Strong positive family experiences tend to make conservative children who grow up into Republican adults who work hard all their lives and are self-reliant. Dysfunctional homes tend to breed Democrats—people who look toward government to be that parental figure they have always craved in their lives but never had.

The role that fathers play in a family is that they teach children to separate over time from their mothers tendency to overly coddle them over every little boo, boo. Father’s are the gateway toward a child’s personal independence and mothers aren’t always happy about it. But the relationships are necessary. Moms traditionally provide the home care nurturing that is needed to live life as a child. Fathers are there to provide a path toward independence, to show children how to ride their first bicycle, how to fix a car, or how to manage the stress of a difficult situation on their own. Eventually if the father is successful the child will leave the constant nurturing of the mother and will seek to live their own kind of life in their own kind of way. The mother needs the father as well because if everything is left to her, she will have the kids living in the basement for the rest of their lives. That is how a liberal is created, because the roles of parental influences become muddied and dysfunctional. Of course, there are exceptions, fathers can be nurturing and mothers can play the role of disconnector, but biologically these are the rules of humanity and there is a cost in changing them.

No society can expect to be successful if the people in that society are functioning from a mental illness and clearly that is the problem with anybody who calls themselves a liberal. Empathy is a fine emotion but if a political party is built off a victimization model, then no amount of success can ever be expected. Those elements just don’t add up and no amount of fuzzy liberal math can make it so. I’m not saying that we throw liberals into a deep well and bury them forever, but they can’t be allowed to believe they are equal contributors to society when they are actually lazy ass losers seeking to mooch off hard workers all of their lives. That is essentially their political platform, to encourage the lazy to mooch off the hard-working, so obviously any sane hard-working person would be opposed to such a thing.

With fathers pushed out of the lives of most families these days, and this was a plan from day one of the progressive movement around the world, to replace parental influences with government ones, children never learned to leave their mothers and thus they grown into adults looking for that lost parental structure for which government is promised to be. But of course, that never happens, government never replaces good parents. And socialism never makes good people from children into adults. Any fluke occurrence is purely by the randomization of the universe in producing occasionally positive results, but not to the degree that statistically the numbers mean anything. Socialism is a stupid idea by a stupid guy in Karl Marx who clearly had intellectual problems. But their problems are not the problems of the rest of us who do the right things and work hard to do so. We can sympathize with their lack of resources but we can’t bend our society to their weaknesses. It’s up to them to overcome these weaknesses, not to weaken the rest of us because someone has to do the work of building a country and they aren’t the ones who do.

Rich Hoffman

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We’re Overmedicating our Children

I have not been surprised about the results of Erica Komisar’s work over the last few years. As a psychoanalyst she has been advocating the importance of mother’s staying home with their children for the first three years of their lives and how monumental fathers are to children’s lives consistently for a while. She appears frequently on television and radio interviews and is respected outside of the partisan political loop. What she is talking about isn’t political at all, its pure logic not motivated by the type of science that is always seeking funding from government sources, but she genuinely wants to help people not have so many problems in their lives. I know of her work as a kind of similar personality who has the same goals and objectives in life so I cheer her on for continued success. However, I was particularly struck by an interview she had on Fox & Friends over the weekend of March 0th, 2019 where the discussion was simply put, “we’re overmedicating our children.”

Erica is a very polished and professional personality who has a great public profile. She lets the facts speak for themselves, however my role in everything is much different so I don’t have to mince words to the same degree. I have strong opinions and have a means to communicate them in various ways, most often with some color when necessary. And on this topic, I don’t think I will be as nice as she is on this matter which I consider one of the great tragedies of our modern age. You might say dear reader that I have an obsession with proper mental health and I spend a considerable amount of time trying to help people, especially people close to me, aspire to greatness within the confines of their skulls. I think there is nothing greater in the universe than a human mind and there is no tragedy greater than wasting it. I’m against all forms of intoxication, including alcohol and I think if people aren’t trying to read a book a week that they are wasting their lives. So for me one of the great crimes of our century is this tendency to medicate children for every little problem instead of teaching them to be problem solvers themselves. For hyper little boys which is part of their mechanism for acquiring intelligence and wisdom as they grow older, we have destroyed several generations of our species intellectually with over medicating them for every type of anxiety.

I don’t believe ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) is anything to medicate, it’s a tool children have of obtaining as much information before they physically hit the age of puberty for their own survival and by numbing them to its affects, we are severely limiting their abilities as adults. It is no surprise that so many adults are functioning so poorly in life, not even able to solve basic problems at the psychological level, because their means of learning how was destroyed in them when they were children. Then to make matters worse we have centralized most of our education and what we teach has been entirely incorrect for individual functions. This has made parenting particularly difficult because our political structure has fed the myth that out there in the world are the keys to happiness, in increased GDP, employment ratios, and the feminization goals of modern life where the real solutions are at home between and adult and a child.

Watching the new HBO documentary on Michael Jackson I had a very different take on the whole thing than any other news outlet that I have read or watched on the matter. I think they all miss the most critical point of the situation, and ultimately Michael Jackson died due to his addiction to drugs for which he had brought into his life to deal with all his various forms of depression. The same could be said of Prince who also died prematurely due to drug consumption, prescribed or otherwise. The desire to take any drugs of any kind indicates that there is something severely wrong with the way you are thinking. If you have a healthy mind, you should not even be taking an aspirin. I think the Michael Jackson situation is something I’d defend. Jackson was a pure talent and a great contributor to our culture. But the guy had his childhood ripped away from him and it certainly had an impact on his mental health. Did he become a child molester? I think that is the wrong way to look at his problems. He was damaged goods moving into his adult life because of many factors, basically his parents sold him off to the slavery of the music industry, then they rode the gravy train. Once Jackson was old enough to realize it, he was being crushed by the pressure of securing his family obligations and he just couldn’t handle it, because his mind was not there enough to deal with the problems, and he never got over it. He tried to repair what was broken by going back to his childhood and hanging out with children he never had a chance to spend time with as a kid himself. Did sex happen, probably, but it’s the why that matters. How many adults right now have unhealthy yearnings to have sex with young people? Way, way, way too many. The real question is why. Because as children they are missing something important so that they can be proper adults. When we, as a culture, use medicine as a substitute to good parenting the product we get is a broken child and most of the time that person stays broken all their lives.

You can’t cheat the process folks, children need a mother. Government schools are not a replacement. And children need a masculine figure that participates in their life diligently. There is no better way to raise a child but with a very caring mother and a confident, strong father. No drug in the world or education system can offer a reasonable replacement. But even that isn’t the answer because bad parenting can be even worse, a parent or both who have mental problems of their own passing those on to the next generation with lazy drugs and a lack of intellect for a young mind starving for knowledge. When a kid doesn’t get that knowledge, they are often ruined for life and we look on in horror as to why, such as in the case of Michael Jackson. Even as a modern businessman says to his wife, “I love you honey, I’ll be back next week from my business trip to Asia,” yet while there he is seeking out sex with 13 to 14-year-old girls. And the wife is slamming vodka and wine numbing her mind to the world around her because deep down inside she knows—but can’t do anything about it as she watches reruns of Friends trying to figure out why her life is so screwed up. And when her kids want a book read to them, or want to know why the moon looks different each night, sometimes its full, sometimes it looks like a smile in the sky, she just puts them on Ritalin to shut them up. Their teacher’s at school keeps complaining about their hyperactive nature so the defeated mom just says, “what the hell, why not?” And that is how the world is destroyed, one person at a time, drug by drug.

I would recommend anything Erica Komisar writes or says in an interview to a person seeking answers. We have an obligation to have a direct conversation about this matter because it is a massive international tragedy presently. If you add up the loss of all the children we have now to abortion and add that loss to the mental impediments that most children suffer through these days because they can’t trust their parents, they can’t trust their schools and they sure as hell can’t trust their government, we have a major crisis on our hands. And not talking about it won’t make it magically go away.

Rich Hoffman

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Chevrolet and Ford’s Circular Firing Squad

It continues to surprise me how many grown adults roll through their lives looking to advance through pity. It came to my mind quite sharply while watching a television commercial for Chevrolet showing that many Ford buyers were converting. While to people unbeknownst in the realm of reality might think that was a good thing the real story was completely avoided. Who cares that two American automobile companies in a circular firing squad were competing against each other? The real story is why that same Chevy truck isn’t being shipped to India, or Japan, or even South America. The real story isn’t that Chevy took away business from Ford, it’s that American car companies continue to lose to foreign competition. It would be much more meaningful if there were a commercial showing that car buyers were purchasing Chevy cars over Toyota or Honda. Foreign car markets continue to dominate in a field that should be exclusively an American specialty. After all, while cars are now abundant in the world, no place uses them to the degree that America does. That American cars are not first in the minds of drivers is a bigger concern and one that has many twists and turns of psychological imposition.

Without question it was the American automobile market that made them commonplace around the world. For a few decades it was American made cars that dominated the world stage and was yearned for by everyone. But the labor unions moved in and autonomy in innovation and delivery moved out while other countries entered the market and simply did better than the United States in manufacturing techniques and cost to quality the hammer of decision had been delivered and the big three automakers in America, Ford, GM and Chrysler found themselves on the outside looking in. The great city of Detroit which had been driven to growth by the global automaker started an eventual slide that would nearly take it off the map all together. That is the cost of bad decisions and stagnant thinking which can be viewed clearly when studying American car companies and the people who support them.

There is always a bit of arrogance when you speak with people who come historically out of those markets, an entitled feeling that we were great once, and that somehow, they were cheated because the world no longer valued them. That somehow the world was wrong in what it expected. But the truth is that the unions destroyed market innovation at the employee level. While the average Toyota worker in Japan ran to their restroom break, the American worker took their slow ass time and might even smoke a joint in the bathroom stall before returning back to the manufacturing line a half hour later. Little things like that in a company of tens of thousands add up into the final product and consumers can see and feel the difference.

When people who are just lazy in life wonder why they reach their later years getting run over by all the up and comers the problem isn’t the competition, it’s the lazy person themselves. The world wants to grow and move forward. It doesn’t want the restrictions of governments or even socialism. Only the lazy and unambitious are attracted to such things and at points in our life cycles, they may outnumber the strong and independent. But it is always the drive of the best and brightest that launch product and innovation into the global marketplace. When a consumer puts down their money for a gigantic purchase such as a new car, they aren’t buying the tradition of the name, which American car companies still seem to believe, they buy the best product. If a company cannot deliver value to a customer they’ll lose. Just as an employee will lose if they don’t continue to make themselves relevant to their employer, they’ll also be overrun by competitors who are hungry for knowledge and continue to grow intellectually much longer than the typical lazy person who wants the prestige of respect, but doesn’t want to do the work to continue to obtain it.

There is an assumption in the Chevy adds comparing themselves to Ford buyers that the rest of the world isn’t making cars. Let alone admitting that foreign markets are just much better in producing an automobile product. When presenting themselves to American markets their strategy is to just not admit that anybody else is out there and hope that their name might be enough to carry consumers into an American car purchase, and that is precisely why they are being destroyed by foreign competition. I mean who values the name of a Ford or Chevy over a BMW or Mercedes? There are still American patriots who will buy the Cadillac over the Mercedes but not nearly as many as there should be. That is the fault of the car companies to simply refuse to acknowledge their status in life and assume that their names meant more to the public than they really did.

How many people in life roll into their later years hoping that the ambitions they performed at the start of their careers would carry them through into their retirements. They are the kind of people who say, “boy, I did this or that back when I was in my 30s and I was really hot stuff.” But the lack the courage to continue to push themselves and take personal risks which inspire growth then wonder why everyone is passing them up. Those are the types of minds running General Motors and Ford these days, and is precisely why everyone is beating the hell out of them in the automobile market. It’s why Detroit declined out of relevancy being run in the ground by Democrat politicians who want to redistribute wealth created in the glory days of risk and reward thinking that names and titles would hold value well into the future. But the truth is that those things only hold value for about one generation. After that, new names come about out of competition and if you aren’t the best, you will likely be passed over in life, and that is the way it is.

A lot of people are timid by nature and by force they do one or two things great in their life because when you are young, you have to in order to get anywhere. But as soon as they get comfortable and achieve a level of respect among their peers, they lose their edge in thinking. And clearly a collection of such minds is running the American car companies. They are not attracting top talent to their companies and when they do get them, they aren’t keeping them. But the competition is, and it shows in the overall product. Chevy would have had a much better marketing approach if they could show that consumers were buying their product over Toyota and Honda. That would mean something because it is those companies who own the most market share. Beating Ford is like beating up a brother at the dinner table then calling yourself the master of the world. But the minute you step onto your front lawn mouthing off how tough you are, some other kid punches you in the mouth and shows you what the world really thinks of your toughness. America used to make the best cars, but not anymore. And until they change their attitude from the top to bottom, they never will.

Rich Hoffman

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We May Have to Fight Socialism with Deadly Force–H.R.8 shows just how radical our current government is

So why in the hell would we ever give up any gun rights to a government as corrupt as this one. Just look at the news and what most establishment figures are trying to do to President Trump and his family just because he won an election. And he’s on the front page of every news outlet in the world, so he’s high profile enough to warrant good judgment against such an action. However, the truth of an out of control government is obvious in their hatred and radicalism in how they are treating him. That same House of Representatives during a circus week of the Michael Cohen testimony passed a gun bill which was an extreme overreach by that same corrupt government. We have to remember that the entire reason Cohen was there to testify was because the government kicked down his door in search of a crime and what they did find they pushed to jail him for 3 years for which he is presently seeking relief from prosecutors. To my view of things based on not only the Federal Constitution, but the Ohio Constitution from which I live, Cohen should have defended himself during that break in with a firearm because the government was abusing his individual rights. So it is laughable that the same government passed their H.R.8 legislation that has been brewing for a long time, and that they passed it with no media coverage in the middle of the Cohen testimony.

The Democrat-controlled US House of Representatives passed what they’re optimistically calling a universal background check bill. But there’s much more to HR 8 than just mandated FFL transfers.

The bill would also ban handgun sales to adults under 21 years old, allow for unlimited transfer fees, and criminalize handing a firearm to another person while shooting outside a designated range.

https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2019/02/daniel-zimmerman/house-passes-hr-8-bill-that-would-outlaws-private-gun-sales/

My comment to all the elements of H.R.8 is that it is a laughable overreach by a government that doesn’t respect us as people. Who the hell cares what a bunch of loser liberal legislators think about the “safety” of people? These are the death dealers who support the open murder of millions of babies right out of a mother’s womb, and support the poisoning of the American people by legalizing drugs and supporting open borders allowing drug traffickers easy access to American markets. They certainly aren’t qualified to determine whether or not any of us can transfer a gun to a neighbor or family member. Guns are more needed than ever to keep corrupt elements of radical liberals from intruding into our lives more than they do now. What congress proposed in H.R.8 is simply reprehensible. Lucky for us in the short-term, President Trump will veto this bill and those like it. But what about a day when he doesn’t sit in the Oval Office? In those days its likely that we’ll need guns of all kinds to fight off a government that seriously desires to overreach their mandate and control every aspect of our lives, and we can’t have that in any aspect.

Listen to the idiocy of what some of these newly elected radicals are saying they want to do to us from a congressional perspective. During the Obama administration he experimented with attracting radical cells of people from other countries that immigrated into the United States in large numbers which actually allowed them to get elected into congress with legitimate voting. I have no problem with legal immigration methods, but the people coming better be ready to accept the rules of living in America and not seek to change the nature of it to reflect the garbage they came from. Its nothing new, but what is, is their admission to it, but these congress people are openly advocating for socialism and that is something that we all have to fight with deadly force—because what they are talking about is the confiscation of private property and the redistribution of it to those unworthy—who did not earn it, which is a gross violation to everything American law is supposed to represent. The very foundation of the American Constitution is to protect private property and secure individual rights. Not to surrender those things to the “greater good” as defined by radicals who managed to get themselves elected into government.

Clearly the intent of most American Constitutions at the level of the states and of course in the Bill of Rights of the federal government is that guns are there to shut down a corrupt government and replace it with something else and given the behavior of this current congress, I would say that we are at that point. As long as we can stop them with President Trump’s veto pen, we can still trust the law. But the moment Trump isn’t in office then we need guns to fight off the government which has become hostile and extremely corrupt. That isn’t the talk of radicalism, but sense as dictated by the laws of our country. Nobody cares about the transfer of gun rights and background checks, especially under circumstances of war. Guns are there for the days when the law fails, and when the government is kicking down the doors of political rivals to leverage election results into the favor of hostile congresses then its time to use guns to preserve liberty, and there is nothing wrong with that.

Radical leftists in congress do not get to use the law to gain power but then to use the law to protect themselves from the consequences. They cannot manipulate their way into office, gain power, then expect nobody to twist the law as a counter measure to repeal their hostile actions. Only in this case, using guns as a measure of individual defense of private property isn’t a twist of the law, but a mandate. But when it becomes obvious that the intent of their actions is hostility and conquest, then violence is the next step behind a breakdown of the law. The congressional approval of H.R.8 is a hostile act and the law as proposed under any condition of intention is a violation of American rights. The same government that kicked in the door of President Trump’s personal lawyer to squeeze him into revealing a crime, any crime, that might remove the president from office is the same government that is attempting to say that they must conduct a background check on the sale of a firearm to anybody. Or how any individual can use that gun away from a target range. And that’s not how things work folks. That government is the reason we need guns. They don’t get to legislate our defense from them. They can’t have it both ways, they don’t get the power to intrude on people’s lives and the legal means to protect themselves from the ramifications of their aggression. That concept is absurd, not even in the realm of possibility.

Context is everything and under normal conditions gun owners should enjoy their use of guns, go to the target range and shoot them, and trade them among each other for the fun and liberty of the sport. But under all that action is the necessity to use guns as a last resort for when the law fails and governments must be replaced by force into a body of functional governance. The failed government does not have the right to decide who gets to have a gun and for those who do, how they use it. That is not how the rules work and we should all be insulted that H.R.8 was even given enough merit to put a pen to paper. It’s an insult to us all and the ramifications of that insult have not yet been communicated properly to the perpetrators involved in the most heinous crime of all, the intrusion of individual liberty and desire to suppress all of mankind for the whimsical power grabs of the political left.

Rich Hoffman

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