Let It Rip or Rip It Up

I’m not sure how other people measure their disgust on the sliding scale but I know how I qualify my own. It has only been tested in recent events.

This week I had a short phone conversation with an acquaintance I’ve known for years. Everything was fine until at the end the person said I just hope we can do what we need to do not to re-elect this guy and he has to be voted out of office. That’s it, nothing about who else was running. Just throw Trump out of the White House.

I restrained from politics with this person, as I always have. It’s pointless. However, I could not resist suggesting, “careful what you wish for.” What do you mean” came a predictable response. I said “that alternative could be much worse.” So the conversation ended on that note with the person wondering what it meant. I thought it was fairly clear.

But isn’t that the point? They never consider alternatives or anything else for that matter. They know what they want. I could say what I want, too, but what good does that do?

That is the way it is with many people. No reasoned approach on what gets them to their conclusion. You can’t really have a dialogue with that. So I decided maybe I would put it in writing rather than waste my time. It is clear the person did not want to hear opposition.

It reminds me of the cancel culture. All they know is they want someone out, or marginalized from society. Somehow that goal fits their agenda and satisfies them. What a horrible way to view things, just cancel anything you don’t like or agree with.

Where does that power come from? It is part of mob mentality, meaning their voice and desire outweighs you or your views. And in the end, they cannot tolerate your view, belief or whatever – or you personally. It must go.

Now with the presidential race, they want to go backward and return to some euphoric Obama-Biden days. But the rest of us made it through and survived those years.

No, it was not easy.That was no picnic.

But we didn’t have a coup against the sitting president; no special counsel investigation of him; no one raking over of all his personal records; no public boycotts of anything to do with him; we didn’t prevent him from doing the job. And there was no impeachment designed and plotted from day one to oust him from office.

No riots and burning buildings with tens of thousands of decoys marching in the street. No attacks on Obama supporters. No band of people within government secretly working to undermine Obama’s administration. No courts lodging edicts to stop him. No press and media attacking him and Biden nonstop to delegitimize his election or presidency.

No sedition in the form of “resistance” to overthrow him.. No debate about the use of the 25th amendment to have him removed. No one telling people to “get in their faces” of Obama supporters, create a crowd and tell them they are not welcome in public.

No constant calls for impeachment from house members. No ripping up his State of the Union Speech in Congress. No games about preventing him from giving his SOTUS. No power plays to remove powers of the Constitutional presidency. No FBI executing phony FISA warrants and spying on him as a candidate and then as president. No surveillance of Obama’s team, and to frame him as a traitor to America.

No official of the DOJ refusing to follow and enforce executive orders or laws. No agenda to prevent President Obama from seeking or hiring people. No secretly telling other countries not to cooperate or work with the sitting president. No conspiring against him. No undermining of Obama as commander-in-chief within the military or Pentagon – or in the ranks. No working to undermine US military objectives by officials or former diplomats.

That would be only a starting point of the differences and what we endured for eight years as opposed to what the Left does now. They had their chance, wasn’t it enough?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Another Mostly Peaceful Event

Another “mostly peaceful protest” event took place in Rochester, NY on Fridayu night. Otherwise known as a Democrat registration drive — or Democrat outreach event.

I’m still looking for the mostly peaceful part.

The Daily Mail reports:

The crowd chants, ‘If you don’t give us our shit, we shut shit down.’

‘We’re shutting you down’: Violent BLM protesters attack stunned diners and smash up a restaurant in Rochester in shocking footage during protest over the death of Daniel Prude

  • · A third night of protests took place in Rochester, New York, over the death of Daniel Prude
  • · Footage on social media showed demonstrators shutting down a restaurant while residents dinned
  • · It mirrored a similar incident in Washington D.C. when some protesters demanded they raise their fist in solidarity for the cause
  • · Authorities deployed tear gas, and reportedly pepper balls, at protesters who did not disperse at their order
  • · The demonstration was declared an ‘unlawful assembly’ after the group marched through downtown Rochester
  • · Daniel Prude, 29, died of suffocation in police custody in March, but outrage ignited when new footage was released this week

Rochester First reports that the first few hours were filled with prayer and speeches, including one given by Daniel Prude’s brother, Joe.

As the massive crowed marched down avenues and streets, they chanted, ‘Daniel Prude!’

But as the group turned onto Court Street, they were met with a wall of law enforcement officers waiting.

‘Rochester police has deemed this an unlawful assembly,’ the officers shouted through mega phones at demonstrators. People who stayed behind would be arrested, authorities said.

See story: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8700321/Protesters-cause-diners-flee-panic-shut-restaurant-Rochester.html

So if you don’t give us our shit, we shut shit down. Well, did they shut down the DNC convention? I believe that answers any questions about it.

Can there be any doubt BLM is conducting violence? So we can stop listening to that lie.

Say the name….Riot!

Coming Attractions: Port-Amerika

For anyone listening: I am only a messenger, one voice, and I control nothing or no one. But there is one interesting message I have to pass along now.

Please put it in context that the Left has been at this for months, for years, and their rhetoric is always high. That in mind, this comes from collective Marxist organizers.

I don’t know that they can crank tensions up any higher but that is their idea.

Black Panther Disciples
BPDisciples — [Twitter]
REMEMBER:

#September1st is the first day of
#SuperStrikeSeptember:

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Largest organized #GeneralStrike in modern US history

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Begins the same day as the nationwide #MarchForJustice for #BreonnaTaylor

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Every city will implement the #PortlandPrototype protest model

 

(BPD)–On September 1st, 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement, in #solidarity with the US #LaborMovement, shall make history. Together, the People will rise up and seize the reins of power and production and finally set this nation on the right path. The plan is simple:

What we already knew, Portland is their protest model, their prototype. And they plan on pollenating that across America. I certainly hope the DOJ is watching it like the rest of us.

They boast this riot model of violence and urban terrorism has been sustained for over ninety days. So they plan on duplicating that success everywhere they can.

And there is definitely a solidarity with media and Democrat pols. What is left to the imagination? Now you know what to expect from Dems and media who amp it up.

Right Ring | Bullright

Democracy Sham On The Rocks

One of the favorite words Democrats use in their rhetoric is democracy. The angrier they get, the more they throw out that word.

Even though we are not a direct democracy but a representative democracy, a Republic, they insist on using the word to legitimize everything they do and their entire agenda.

But the word democracy is not what people should think of when they think of Democrats. Dems know the word resonates well and has a good image. Their own image is awful.

Now they claim democracy is under attack. Trump is trying to steal democracy. Democracy is at risk. Joe Biden said in his nomination speech, ”democracy is on the ballot.” What the hell does that mean? It means what you want to think it means — that it is in question. But with progressive Democrats it is in question.

They fight for mail-in voting or virtually any other extraordinary means to an election, from keeping polls open extra late, to counting votes days after an election, to disqualifying lawful ballots and including unlawful ones. Then running to courts to contest election results. It really is that simple.

They like anything one can think up to game the system. Ballot harvesting, guess who likes that? Mailing out millions of ballots to all registered voters in advance, who likes that? Allowing illegal aliens to cast votes in national elections, who likes that? Disqualifying military votes, who likes that? Registering all people to vote automatically, who likes that? Then using the euphemism of Democratic Party to invoke symmetry with democracy.

Sadly, some people still buy their antics of semantics.

So they would have you believe if you do not vote Democrat, then you are not voting for but against democracy. It’s a linguistics game.

Obama and now Biden were notorious for using the word democracy. So, with cancel culture being so popular now, wouldn’t it be wonderful if they could say Trump wants to cancel democracy or fair elections? Why not? It sounds so good.

But, like the Washington Examiner said in an article, in response to Obama’s convention speech rhetoric:

“This from the same guy whose administration launched a spying operation at the highest levels of the federal government into Mr.Obama’s political enemies in order to cancel a free and fair election.”

That is exactly what they did and were up to in 2016. Thereby canceling all our votes in the process. That’s very undemocratic, you might say. And people actually defend it.

Their side show of democracy is like everything else they do. But when mob rule wins the day in places across the country, don’t mistake that for democracy. When American people overwhelmingly support law and order verses riots, don’t let them tell you violence and rioting protests have anything to do with democracy.

I almost can’t wait to see their interpretation of this election and why people voted the way they did. What an abortion of democracy that will be.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Déjà vu Election Season

Since some of the lead up to this election is starting to remind me of the 2000 election, I thought it would be nice to take a retro look back at it to see what I find.

We all remember that election probably as if it were yesterday because of how traumatic it was. Trauma can do that often etching something in your mind so as not to be lost.

We know how it ended but that was not the issue. It was contested every which way possible; it went on for months – which at times felt like years. At least then it was a standard election until all hell broke loose on election day.

Remember the recounts and the vote-mining operations?

In the end it was a confirmation from the Supreme Court that granted Bush the presidency. That’s when it got even worse. Never satisfied with the results, Dems persisted.

Democrats never quite accepted it and that went on for some time. At least until the 911 attacks wiped it off the top of the list. It was a volatile time even before that.

Democrats did not seem to mind the litigation process. As long as it was in limbo, they didn’t care. Remember the every vote counts and count every vote chants.

Now that is where the 2020 election is starting to feel a lot like that one. I mean 3 months away and they are already posturing for something, problems, contesting results. The story is Biden has over 300 layers already working on it.

No doubt they are war-gaming any scenario so they have an active plan on how to proceed. You can’t plan enough.

One probable prediction is that it may never be considered settled if Trump is declared winner in the end. Try to plan for that? All those plans will make us a miserable and unsettled country. That doesn’t seem to bother the Left at all. As long as they are trying to get the outcome they want.

There is a pattern here.

They tried a coup, a counterintelligence investigation, a special counsel probe and investigations in Congress over three years to its results, then to an impeachment. All that did not produce the outcome they wanted.

First, they went after Michael Flynn from day one to try to breach Trump’s campaign and his presidency after elected. They even tried parlaying some of it into the Southern District of NY courts and the DC Courts to probe Trump any way they could.

They took down his campaign manager, Paul Manafort, surveilled people from the campaign like Carter Page and George Papadopoulos even before he was elected. Lied to FISA. They went after Donald Trump Jr. and Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, since election. They went after Roger Stone. All this got them a few indictments but not on colluding with Russians in the Campaign. Still, they continued undeterred.

Along came a phone call to Ukraine, so they turned it into an investigation after the Special Counsel failed to give them what they wanted. Then they translated that phone call into an impeachment trial – which, in reality, they had been working on since Trump came in.

Aka the kitchen sink impeachment. This took them up to reelection year. It failed in the Senate, but they could always keep that investigation open for future use. Keep on digging.

But then came the pandemic from China as the impeachment failed. So they politicized and used that pandemic to attack Trump. Forget the source as China; it was now the Trump pandemic. They got all the mileage they could out of that up to their DNC convention.

Ah, in comes a new factor, mail-in voting, perfect for politicizing and weaponizing against Trump. (I only hope that any future presidential prospects on the right are taking note of it all.) This is how they operate.

The projection election.

So now they have basically decided to question this election by saying Trump is trying to steal it. Trump is rigging the election. Democracy is being stolen. Only the undermining democracy is coming from the Democrats. It’s something they are skilled in and have been working at for about 20 years now. They didn’t have to unearth their plans with Obama because he won, but it was there for the use.

Actually, democracy has been under siege and attack since Trump won the 2016 election. Only this time they didn’t stop contesting it. They basically rolled in all these other processes and battles to it. But the point in it all is to undermine the democratic process and legitimate election in 2016.

The fight went on from 2016 right up until months before the next election, which is where we are. So it is an ongoing battle. And this should likely take us right into January.

I think it was January 6th when the results were all certified in the 2000 election. This time, they can even try to blow past that if they have to. They want to push everything right up to inauguration day. Then the fun starts.

But of course all that extra-curricular activity could be avoided by Trump losing on election day, or conceding at some point. Other than that you might say this election is never going to end until the end of Trump’s second term. It will always be in play. That is untl they get the result they want.

Democrats like to write fiction, they are just not very good on the endings.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Conventional Wisdom Under Assault

Now here is one central question to ask for the 2020 election:

Trump’s Super V-shaped recovery … or Biden the Supernova destined to take it out?

That seems to be simpler and a little more direct than the old “are you better off” question.

John Kasich popped up again in Democrat’s convention, who also has a new book “It’s Up To Us.” So here is my memo to retro-John.

“It’s up to us” to call people out, John. You weren’t standing at a fork in the road … you already took it long ago. And you’re still burning those bridges, every last one of them!

How about this for a NEWS FLASH:

Just in, Joe Biden’s entire reason for running was because of a big lie.

He said he decided to run because of the phony Charlottesville narrative about Trump and supremacists. Well, it’s a lie. See how long Democrats can keep a narrative alive?

That brings us to suburban woman and the suburbs agenda. Dems and media contend it is a debunked conspiracy theory. No it isn’t. They just claim it is not true. Democrats have been working on that agenda for years. Obama had it all in place to take control of the suburbs and turn them into a Washington bureaucracy. Then Trump upended it.

But Dems are so worried about suburban women, they claim Trump is trying to scare voters, when they are the architects of an assault on suburbia. Now they chastise women to vote for Democrats, to oppose Trump. But doing so would be to vote against the very place they love and live in.

Sure, suburban women can vote against suburbs if they want to. Why they would want to is more the question? That would be voting to destroy the autonomy of suburbs, turning them over to DC planning, zoning and bureaucracy. That is the consequence.

In other convention news: Democrats featured an “immigrant” family in their convention to attack Trump’s immigration policy. Except for one thing, the mother in the family highlighted was originally deported under Clinton, and re-arrested under Obama.

See the full story here in Just The News.

Take a look at this article and video to see how they deliberately distorted all the facts to concoct a victim story. The child in the video says her mom was told “she could stay by the Obama administration.” But it was a temporary stay. They distorted every part of the facts, then cut Trump’s word’s and twisted them like a pretzel to imply he said something else. All a lie. What’s new?

In Michele Obama’s speech, she referenced the “cages for children” attack, while it was her husband that built them. If you think these Democrats are not capable of lying about anything they can for political gain, then I have some news for you.

It all stands conventional wisdom on its head. Repeal Dems, it may be our only chance.

Right Ring | Bullright

Sick Man Walking

Now Obama will be known for something other than predator droning and a coup. He is the nastiest of former presidents, with unbridled vitriol.

So this makes me regret a whole bunch of things. Remember all those times that some conservatives preferred to bite their tongues, or refused to use certain language about Obama? Well, I would sure like a do over. It would have been more than appropriate considering the things Obama is saying now about Trump.

Face it, all of Obama’s speeches were laced in divisive rhetoric. But we know it was intentional because that’s his M/O and the way he is. Some people refused to admit back then that he was intentionally dividing, not unifying, America. It was no accident. But dividing is what he is all about. So many people in the Obama years refused to see what was plainly visible right in front of their faces. And he was rubbing their noses in it while they denied it. Now we know.

It’s just that once he achieved a divided America, he was going to blame us for the very divisions he caused anyway. That was the game. He was going to project all his faults on us. Now we see that was his plan. How Obama and his militants attacked anyone with the audacity to criticize him. Don’t dare besmirch Obama. Nice rules to the game!

Then he unleashes his trash mouth of vitriol on Trump, even after he ran a coup and tried to undermine democratic elections. ‘Oops, did I do that?’

I only wish people would have told that bastard what they thought of him at the time, and what he really was. Remember all those times people like McCain said no don’t call him a Muslim or criticize him. All the time Obama took shots at everyone else, all he did, but they didn’t respond in kind. Then any critics were attacked for daring to criticize him.

Remember how it worked? Can’t talk smack about the black man, no! There was a whole lot of denial in eight years about who and what he was. But apparently he is not through lecturing us yet, calling us names, or hating on America for that matter. What a sicko.

How many more years do we have to tolerate this charade and his partner in crime, Soros, wrecking the country with their radical agenda?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Time To Make The DNC Donuts

Tonight Democrats’ are going for broke in DNC’s four-day long assault on the President of the US. The invective, vitriol and personal attacks are like nothing we’ve ever seen before.

If there were any phony hint of self-restraint remaining, Obama blew it out of the water on Wednesday night, with the most personal attack by a former president ever made on a sitting POTUS. It must have been a real feel-good moment for Obama in busting yet another presidential precedent, like all the others he obliterated.

One day your grandchildren may look back and ask, “you mean there was a time when former presidents did not go out and personally attack the sitting president?”

Now tradition is to attack the president using every conspiracy theory or personal assault possible. Have at it! That’s protocol, for the good of the country. Or just ‘throw a punch, for the children,’ as Speaker Pelosi puts it .

New norms have been set all across the country. It is now compulsory to take a knee at the National Anthem, too. Cancel words in the Pledge of Allegiance to suit yourself. Feel Free.

Fortunately for Obama, he had the luxury of serving under the old rules. More of that “change you can believe in” he promised. Spying on an incoming president and undermining an election would be perfectly acceptable now under his revisions.

So a counterintelligence investigation on a candidate, incoming president or even sitting president, why not? Knock yourselves out. If you don’t respect the country, why respect the office of the president?

I can’t wait to hear what Joe Biden comes up with for his presidential nominee debut.

But the problem with Biden is: some bad Chinese got him weak in the knees.

And that is just the way the DNC Donut rolls.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Night Three of Undead Dem Con-vention

Night three, cast of infamous characters is getting bigger and bigger.

  • Obama
  • Hillary
  • Kerry
  • Michelle Obama
  • Sally Yates
  • Bubba the Cigar Star – Bill Clinton

So It’s 8-20-2020, all the nefarious snakes came out to kick the nest.
Oooh weee!! They awful MAD about something! They worried?

I can’t imagine anything better for Donald Trump than this cast of unindicted conspirators.

Obama said our “democracy is at stake” No, Barry, our country is at stake!

Meanwhile, the media is on a Shit Show tour. Conspiracy news leads the way:

  • Trump is slowing mail delivery
  • destroying the post office
  • stealing the election
  • stealing our democracy.
  • Democracy is under attack
  • Trump is a threat to democracy.
  • Conspiracy theories?

Who is stealing our democracy? Where? MSM Madness.

Someone dial 911. Grand Theft!

They are defining democracy down.

Three down.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

How Bad Is It For Dems? Backfire

This is the only DNC convention where it can happen remotely, and on another split screen you can watch the Demo-base celebrating in the streets of Portland or Chicago with fireworks, bricks and Molotov cocktails. But only on Fox News.

Not since 1968 has there been a convention this exciting.

Where Democrats can chip into Biden/Harris one minute and donate bail money for rioting thugs the next. What’s not to like about that? I think they covered all their bases.

If I hear their line once more that “it didn’t have to be this way,” I’m going to puke.

But how bad is it for Democrats these days? It’s so bad that even Demo-media comrades don’t want to show the rioting and looting palooza on TV. They’ve been blacking out BLM activities. (It would probably only incite more photogenic rioters.)

18 U.S. Code Section 2102. – Definitions (b)
As used in this chapter, the term “to incite a riot”, or “to organize, promote, encourage, participate in, or carry on a riot”, includes, but is not limited to, urging or instigating other persons to riot, but shall not be deemed to mean the mere oral or written (1) advocacy of ideas or (2) expression of belief, not involving advocacy of any act or acts of violence or assertion of the rightness of, or the right to commit, any such act or acts.

So they’re self-censoring the riots and looting coverage. Why? Because at least they know how much it disgusts people and would reveal Democrats’ M/O. Nearly 3 months and the PR has only gotten worse not better. It’s so bad they refuse to show it.

I can tell you I’m not in line at Wal-Mart hearing lots of people say “if only I could be in Portland or Seattle rioting now.” It ain’t glamorous even to Democrats.

Yet these are the same commie thugs and criminals Democrat pols are defending as peaceful protestors. Show me ten Democrat protestors and I’ll show you a riot in the making. Give ‘em an hour and a half. And their networking capabilities are great.

But the Demo-media are complaining about Trump using the words nasty, mean or angry. Have you ever seen people more angry or hate-filled than this bunch of Democrat activists? Even back in the 60’s, The Resistance would have been a garage music band.

Weather Underground was more shadowy. These cats have the support of elected pols. Now sedition is the bell-bottoms of the 70’s. Rioting is the new sit-in. Blocking an interstate is the new street festival – peace out!. Anti-peace is the new activism. Injustice for all.

But it doesn’t look good to American people. Cheering them on is not attractive either.

So how do you piss off a Democrat? Viva La Flag! It works every time.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Race Theory Meets Political Theory

It is clear, Democrats are running purely on race or racism. But at some point that tank runs empty. Joe Biden at the top of the ticket isn’t the best message. They don’t care.

Democrats are so infatuated by race that it is all they can see. You could sell me on a lot of big problems with culture or our systems today but that is not at the top of my list, nor is it even in the top five. I would go along with systemic corruption in politics, I could go along with some disparities – controllable or not controllable – but race is not the qualifier.

If I hear constantly that the Constitution is old and that this is the 2000’s now, so we must view things in modern context, without looking back; then why is it necessary to frame everything, namely politically, in terms of slavery or racial perspectives? And yet the Constitution must be molded like some Play-Doh with no regard for original meaning. You cannot make coherent meanings based on nothing, with no foundation.

But we are well on our way to canceling out almost any hint of our history or Constitutional intent. Everything is up for grabs with only that one constant remaining: racism and the race card always applies, like a limitless credit card.

Wikipedia says in explaining Critical Race Theory:

“Critical race theory (CRT) is a theoretical framework in the social sciences, developed out of epistemic philosophy, that uses critical theory to examine society and culture as they relate to categorizations of race, law, and power. It began as a theoretical movement within American law schools in the mid- to late 1980s as a reworking of critical legal studies on race issues, and is loosely unified by two common themes. Firstly, CRT proposes that white supremacy and racial power are maintained over time, and in particular, that the law may play a role in this process. Secondly, CRT work has investigated the possibility of transforming the relationship between law and racial power, as well as pursuing a project of achieving racial emancipation and anti-subordination more broadly.”

But face it, these people – Democrats in particular – don’t want racial emancipation. They want “racial” dominance in all issues across society. It’s the biggest cultural and political contradiction I’ve ever seen. From Harvard to kindergarten, and DC to the suburbs.

So these people have been cooking up this concoction for decades. They’ve finally added every ingredient in the kitchen and garage. This potion is not good for what ails you; it is guaranteed to make you permanently sick whoever you are, whatever your pleasure.

Put it into politics as the all-encompassing, sole force and you get the ugliest, most divisive, polarizing toxin in the nation’s bloodstream. One that affects and infects every area of life in society. Identity politics is the chaser. There is no 2nd act, it is the entire show.

Next week promises to be the National Convention On Racism…. or is it of?

With Democrats, they are not like a box of chocolates ’cause you always know what you are going to get.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Metro Exodus Epidemic

Now there is another epidemic brewing which mainstream media refuses to talk about. What a surprise? They ignore the problem. Major cities across the country are experiencing an exodus from fed up people. Droves of people have had it.

NY is just one with hemorrhaging numbers leaving the city. I mean they made a calculated decision what is best for themselves and their family, so they bugged out.

Politicians may have a couple different responses to this. Mayor De Blasio has said whatever happens in NY, there will always be people willing to come and live in NY. (whatever?) What planet is this guy on? Imagine saying such a thing?

Translation: whatever harm we inflict on people and the city, there will always be people dumb enough to accept or tolerate it as a way of life. (what choice do they have) Sounds more like a punch line. And apparently he is not willing to adjust course based on people’s preferences. But he can adjust policy to defunding the police based on what the mob screams in his ear – which he happens to agree with.

Gov. Cuomo made a national plea to exiled New Yorkers to come back. “Please!” He did so publicly. He said he’s been calling them. He’s offered them personal enticements and even said he’d cook a meal for them if they come back to NY State. So there we are folks, as a last resort try to bribe them. ‘Get back here, I want your money!’

Who am I to butt into NY’ers business, but why would anyone consider taking the bait from Gov. Cuomo when they already know what he thinks of them, and what he wants to do to them? They don’t want a free dinner, they want security and the 4th Amendment.

Actually it turns out that Socialists don’t care what you think or want. It’s all for the Marxist collective that they care about. But your money is their jet fuel. And all the problems or crises are only “opportunities” for them to expand their powers.

However, a mass exodus of people voting with their feet is a big problem, if people don’t want to be subject to a tyranny of control. That’s one thing that causes them problems.

Try seeing it through the eyes of business. Well, most businesses work on some future planning, say a basic five-year plan. But when a business is in an unstable environment, where security is in question and has already been breached, you never know from day to day if you can exist. It all becomes too sketchy.

All businesses want is some stability and a little local security so it is not destroyed. One of my first jobs was in an urban area outside a metropolitan area. A new convenience store was boarded up because it could not stand the losses in that environment. Local people said it was their only store, “I hope it doesn’t close up.” But the owners had no choice.

This is why we can’t have nice things.

It is not just NYC but many cities like Chicago, Seattle or Portland. People will have to leave. It gets pols’ attention but what are they willing to do about it? If you cannot be secure in your property, it is a problem. Almost as if leftists never thought of that before. Like De Blasio said, there are always people willing to stay there. Really?

Baltimore should have been lesson #1. When they stood down the police to allow thugs room to loot and destroy property or businesses, what does it say? Your property is their pawn in hostage negotiation. Just let them destroy the property, don’t stop them. They decided it is better to allow that than confront them. Where do thugs get their ideas?

It is no longer business, it becomes hostage negotiation.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Tomorrow’s Leaders

One of the things that always intrigued me was the idea of tomorrow’s leaders. I remained on the optimistic side until the early 2000’s. Then the pessimism began to outweigh the positive thoughts. You can read any reasons into that you like.

At least I tried to be optimistic that our future would be in decent hands. I don’t know that I can say that too much anymore. It’s sad. That’s not to say our leaders have been all that great or wonderful. But my hope was tomorrow’s leaders would reach new goals and highs, much like science and technology advances. (realizing not all advances are good)

One can hope future leaders improve and learn from past errors. Even void of history.

Of course those lessons are harder when no one talks about or acknowledges those past errors. Or if they refuse to admit there were errors. Without that, it seems to me, we cannot learn to not repeat them. Another way to look at it is: if we learn that those errors were positive and we need to do more of it not less, then we seem doomed to failure. But that could make some people happy.

Nowadays I have to apologize for not generally being positive. There just seem to be so many negatives staring me in the face. That is being realistic about it. I still feel the hope for the country and all, far as that is possible. But the leadership, to me, is very much in question. I suppose there can be no guarantees. Maybe I would like to see more signs of positivity for the long run?

It seemed like a big dose of positive for the future just getting Trump into office. He more than accomplished my basic desires. I can’t list them but a huge one was to break the monopoly and shake up the system enough to change status quo. That was a help. With that, as I assumed, we got all the attacks we should have expected. But it got much worse than I expected. Okay, so that is only confirmation of how badly it needed it. I get that.

Then came the official, organized resistance and all the rest. Again, predictable. Though at some point you evaluate if we have made headway in the long run. It is hard to see it. Then what happens if and when we let up even for a second? You know. That is also why I am convinced in seeing it as evil. And it spreads.

I sure would like to feel more optimistic for the future in good hands. But I’m seeing that glass as half empty and that is not enough to repel the enemy within. Is it a matter of training? I don’t know. Maybe I am looking at it only from my small perspective.

In the end, I do have faith that God is in charge and He will see us through. But that does not prevent bad things from happening to us. We can cause problems. Technology improvements themselves can cause problems, too. It is not all good.

When it comes to leaders though, I sigh and ask ‘will these new ones have to learn things all over again?’ Does the whole sequence have to repeat itself? Can’t we build on what we know and not on what we don’t know? I ask those questions in confidence because I don’t always like the answers I get. What about cynicism, is that fashionable now?

That is just touching the surface and I could litter this with examples. But at this point, I don’t think they are necessary. One more question for the road. Maybe we never really took on the communist threat the way we should have – or seriously enough?

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Evolution Of The Left

It is troubling how words and definitions of the Left change over time. For instance, the word liberal meant one thing at one time, then the left adopted it to soften the badgered progressive term. The word liberal so corrupted would never be the same.

Many of their terms do not mean what they once did. Their language evolved to suit their fancy. And people allowed it or we went along with it. We knew it but no one objected effectively. We all went on with it.

Here’s one of my own. A well-heeled liberal used to be one thing and now it is another thing entirely. It was a snobby liberal, usually a Democrat, who claimed to stand up for rights and working people but was caught up in institutionalized, ivory-tower hypocrisy. It was a dreamy person who thought they had the answers to all problems. The smart snobs.

Now a well-heeled leftist is not actually a liberal at all, in the traditional sense, but an anti-American zealot who’s only connection to working class is solidarity with socialism or communism. They only see working people as a political-power base.

Other than that, he or she has no relationship with working people.

Even apologizing for America is not good enough anymore. One must despise the roots of everything meaningful to American history or American identity. Doing so openly and loudly is the rule not the exception. They have posited everything in political disagreement is their enemy. Their duty is foisting that hatred on the rest of the country, until it all bends or conforms to their will. “Submit!”

We used to accept the well-heeled liberals as just wrong. Now Leftists have become the problem with almost everything because their ilk are embedded into every part of government or dysfunctional bureaucracy. But that is the nature of the modern radical.

Today there is no difference, politically, between the well-heeled Left and Democrats. They are collectively radicalized, organizationally or loosely, to oppose the foundations of the country. The US, and we, have become the problem and enemy to them. Anything that hurts the country they will support. A quick glance at recent hearings will confirm it. They do the bidding for violent protestors, BLM or antifa right in the US Capitol. Whatever constituency which sent them to DC is not even a distant concern.

But the fools may be those very people who did put them there and continue to keep them there. But the well-heeled certainly are not working for constituents or their interests. They have been cannibalized by the most radicalized elements in their party. Then the whole party base seems to follow them right down that hole.

So the two words that most offend me now are peaceful and protestors. That’s because those words have been so corrupted by leftists. Peaceful is not what we think it means and protestors do not fit a first amendment definition of protestors. They are revolutionaries. Willful marchers who do not know that are only fodder for their movement.

But I can play the language game, too. I’d like to rename them more appropriately. They are not really protestors; they are fauxtestors. Pretend protestors. Just as there is no truth to the peaceful adjective. When did terminology become so errant and controversial? Calling antifa, violence or looting “peaceful protestors” really takes the cake.

I’ll just call them fauxtestors and be done with it. They never evolve the other way.

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Changing Times

There is a whole series of things that don’t add up, or make sense, in the way they used to.

We are now told by Democrats that the schools are not safe for our children.
Further, they tell us parents should refuse to send them to protect them.

In a local exercise in one town, the kids created a mural. Part of the design process in developing it asked each child to name one thing they hoped for. A fourth-grader said safety and security. Another older kid explained he hoped for a safer community, so they would not be afraid to walk the streets and just feel secure. And those two kids happened to be black. See any themes there?

That security could take some policing. But look at the defunding-abolishing police plans. How does that help? Wait a minute, police do not make the community unsafe. Yet we need to do away with them. How will that make us more safe and secure?

In fact, if safety and security are on the minds of kids, let’s also take cops or security guards out of the schools. That should make kids feel better and safer.

Schools are too unsafe and risky. But joining thousands of unknown, random protestors in the streets is encouraged. Peaceful protest is lighting buildings on fire; going to church threatens the community. Rioting is exempt from rules — for the good of the country.

Splitting up people walking on a beach is necessary, while marching shoulder to shoulder in the streets with protestors is protected and sanctified.

It used to be people stood at attention for the national anthem. But kneeling is now protocol. The flag and anthem used to be a symbol of pride, honor and respect — not the object of disdain. The flag is triggering. Kneeling at the flag or anthem used to be a form of protest, but today that is the symbol of conformity. Standing at attention is now protest.

Demand the economy be shutdown and remain closed, then complain about the unemployment rate and economy. How’s that make any sense?

You cannot risk going out to vote… but get out there and protest.

Let’s not forget protecting vulnerable nursing homes by forcing COVID-19 into them. That protects thousands of lives. Then blame nursing homes who were forced to take them.

In other news, Beijing Biden is all about creating jobs by destroying them in mass. That is called a progressive economic plan.

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Cancel Culted: Real Life

I heard the news that Mike Adams has died. He was a criminology and sociology professor at University of North Carolina – Wilmington, and a regular writer of columns on TownHall.com. Apparently it was a suicide.

I did not know Mr. Adams but I almost felt like it because of reading his personalized columns, which always brought a strong sense of right and wrong, civility and a little Adams humor mixed in. Plus he had the flair for activism.

But often they were true-life stories, on many of his encounters with the modern Left. Being a professor and his activism naturally provided a wealth of resource material for them. He was in their world – but not of their world. And a Christian at heart.

Anyway, as I heard this news it seemed like such a loss. If it is one thing Mike Adams had to offer was his intellect and wisdom on controversial and moral issues — such as pro-life and Christianity. And a knack for explaining them.

Now with that, I am posting an old 2005 column that can be found on TownHall. Ironically, those same columns often caused him so much ire from the campus establishment. Yet he refused to let that shut him up. He actually seemed to thrive on it, which likely drove them crazy in their ivory towers. Its written at one of those times he was under attack.

So here it is in full, followed by a special dessert:

Life and how to live it

Mike Adams  | Posted: Jul 26, 2005

Over the weekend, I received several emails from readers warning me that I might lose my job over the article I wrote criticizing my university’s new harassment policy. Readers who sometimes suggest that I should learn to hold my tongue fail to understand my simple philosophy of life. It is an uncompromising philosophy that guarantees both peace of mind and success in any important endeavor. It can be roughly summarized as follows:

1. If you want to be happy and successful, you must immediately disabuse yourself of the notion that there is no such thing as good and evil.

If, for some reason, this is difficult for you to do, take the time to visit the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. If that still does not convince you, take the time to visit Auschwitz.

2. You must also immediately disabuse yourself of the notion that good and evil are simply relative terms. There are moral absolutes and they have absolutely nothing to do with your personal feelings and perceptions.

It should be noted that people who claim to believe in moral relativism are just lying in order to make themselves appear to be morally superior to others. Their actual belief in moral absolutism is revealed when, at some point, they openly proclaim that there are no absolutes. If everything is relative, the philosophy of moral relativism can’t be absolutely true.

3. Take some time every day to fine-tune your understanding of the difference between right and wrong.

Recently, a good friend of mine lost his mother to cancer. He later made a casual suggestion about the need for some sort of handbook, which could be used to sort out the difficult problems and answer the difficult questions one encounters in life.

Fortunately, such a handbook exists. It is called the Holy Bible.

No one can call himself educated if he has not read the Bible at least once. Even after several readings of the Bible some things will remain unclear. Some questions will remain unanswered. Nonetheless, upon every reading of the Bible, greater wisdom is gained. After all, life is a journey. It is not a destination.

By the same token, one should never go to a psychologist or any other counselor who is a self-proclaimed atheist or agnostic. I cannot think of a single important principle the field of psychology has established that wasn’t already established in the Sermon on the Mount.

4. Life will present you with plenty of encounters with good and evil. Just as you should never pass up an opportunity to promote good, you should never pass up an opportunity to combat evil.

One of my favorite verses of the Bible is James 4:17. It states that “Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin.” That verse reminds us that we don’t have to actually do something to be morally culpable. In other words, there is such a thing as a sin of omission.

It can often be tough to step up and combat evil when one may be risking, for example, one’s job. We humans are so weak and frail that it is often tough to stand up for what is right even when the consequences are merely ostracism or momentary ridicule. In those times, the following verse (Hebrews 13:5) helps: “For He Himself has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.”” Remember when you read that verse that, quite literally, nothing else in life matters.

In the past, I have been faced with some risky decisions that involved the prospect of taking on campus radicals; some have been communists, some have been feminists, all have been, in some way, morally decadent. But some of these morally bankrupt individuals also happened to have some degree of power over me and over my economic livelihood.

When, in the past, I have contemplated the prospect of cowering away from these situations, I have sometimes found strength by thinking about some old war veterans; some in my family, some friends, who risked or even gave their lives to preserve our nation and our freedom.

The next time you find yourself tempted to cower from something you know you should do, just imagine a roomful of old war veterans. Get in a quiet, dark room. Close your eyes, concentrate on their faces. Then just imagine walking up to one of them to have a face-to-face talk about what you are cowering from and why.

Once, I imagined myself walking up to my grandfather who was hit with grenade shrapnel in World War I and saying something like this:: “Thanks for serving to protect my First Amendment Rights. I’ve been meaning to stand up to some campus feminists who are violating the constitutional rights of some students on campus. But, frankly, I’m afraid of feminists and what they might say about me.”

You might want to end this mental exercise before you picture one of those veterans punching you in the nose.

Just remember that Jesus didn’t die on the cross for you to run from what is right. And war heroes didn’t die on the battlefield for you to cower away while this country is destroyed.

5. Standing up against that which is wrong invariably means that you will have to take on a lot of angry people. If you cannot do it with a sense of humor, you are less likely to prevail.

Without question, liberals are the angriest people in America these days. If you respond to them with anger, you will allow them to conceal this fact while playing upon stereotypes of conservatives that are no longer accurate. In addition, you will not be able to influence people in the middle.

Now, you know a little more about my simple philosophy of life. In my next column, I plan to answer Dr. Phil’s favorite question: “How?s that working for you?”
To be continued. …”

More irony is that he was engaged in a battle with the NC Governor over shutdown. And yet another with the NCUW over words in some tweets. The cancel culture mob was after him. He was going to retire August 1.

He subsequently wrote many many more parts of ‘Life and how we live it.’ I think it was up to 8 last December. Always apropos. RIP Mike Adams.

Now for a sense of what effect Mike had, here is an older clip of a Rush Limbaugh Show using one of his letters for a backdrop. Enjoy the truth and humor. (2013)

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Malicious Intent Of Radicals

I will try to make this brief to the important point. There has been a lot of radical activity lately, what with protests, counter protests, antifa, rioting, doxxing, violence and the like. Most of it carries a pernicious theme. It is almost too much to take in at once.

However, we have some typical reactions to it, along with desensitizing ourselves to it all. We have mob behavior and then we have the reactions to it from Democrats. Enough has been said about Democrats sympathies toward Marxist radicals. They just can’t help themselves from aligning with radicals’ goals and agenda. You know birds of the feather.

But something else comes through, best exemplified in a recent comment from Judge Jeanine on her show. She was talking about all this and referred to the elected officials in Seattle saying “what are you stupid?” It would be easier if we could write all this off as Democrats’ stupidity in how they respond to lawless radical activity of the Left.

We can no longer afford to be that naïve to call them stupid. In many or most cases, they do know what they are doing. And often they have reasons for it . Those reasons are malicious in themselves. Democrats come out of the same radicalism that spawns these protests and riots. Civil disobedience is only a means. But it is way past “civil disobedience.” It is lawlessness.

Now contrast that all with what we see happening on a daily basis. Often the elected and Democrats appear to operate in concert with the thugs – or at least do things to encourage, enable or sympathize with them. This is not by accident.

See the problem is we want to attribute what officials do as being stupid. What if it isn’t? What if it all is intentional? Now that is the only way the whole thing makes sense. In other words, if they know exactly what they are doing. If so, then officials operate collaboratively. Why should we ignore the obvious or pretend otherwise? Because we don’t want to admit the real malicious intent behind what these elected officials are doing. But haven’t we seen enough to have our worst fears validated? I think we have.

Dan Bongino began posing such a question about the mayor of NYC, Bill De Blasio. (real name Warren Wilhelm Jr.) About all the stuff he is doing that harms NYC, he asked, what would someone do differently if they wanted to destroy the city? Nothing, he says. So they would do nothing differently if they intentionally wanted to destroy the city. Get it?

Everyone needs to ask themselves the question if he/she is one of those being naïve about motivations of these radicals? With radicals, it doesn’t matter much whether they are on the street or in government somewhere, same difference. They are serving the same ends.

It can be traced back to Obama politicizing government. So it doesn’t matter whether you are serving in it or outside protesting it. Both sides share the same aspirations. And that radical ideology (for lack of other word) is the same that drives the actions of both.

The real question then is why would we attribute ignorance or stupidity to leftists when they are quite aware of what they are doing, and the consequences of it? Seems pointless.

A current example: the husband and wife in St. Louis, Missouri who defended themselves by bearing arms outside their residence to a mob of protestors, threatening the homeowners on their own property. The prosecutor charged them for threatening “peaceful” protestors.

Judge Napolitano on Fox noted that both husband and wife are lawyers. He said maybe the Soros-funded prosecutor had not considered the charges she placed on them could affect their ability to practice law? But no, no! What if she knew and realized that? Additional harm to her targets? You see, it starts to make sense when you apply reasoning.

Why else would radicals do what they do but to cause intentional harm to their political opponents? It’s the only way it makes sense. Maybe wider damage is the whole purpose.

Another thing we must consider is that reform is antithetical to these radicals. Actually, the last thing they want is reform, in the end, if their real intent is to tear down the entire system. Reform is a much slower way to get to their goals. But they would even use reform (or abuse any reform process) to get their real goals, though that takes work.

In this way, it makes these people part of a larger insurrection hell bent on taking down our government and economic system to replace it with another, Marxist, socialistic system. Even socialism light is not enough for these people. Reform is way too moderate for them. They are more the hard-line Leftists, Marxists of the European flavor.

Closing argument.

Fox news host Tucker Carlson was a target of Leftist attacks and boycotts in the past. His home was vandalized and attacked, repeatedly, and he and his family were threatened. So finally he moved his family and voila, NYT has a piece in the breach to publish (doxx) his new location. Notice how intentional it all is to cause as much harm and inflict as much pain as they can. Ignorance? Not a chance. The Only thing remaining is malicious intent.

So what if we mis-attribute ignorant, naive intentions to Dems they don’t have or deserve? Now who is being stupid if we do that? So is there something wrong with instinctive reactions that play down the malicious objectives of radicals’ actions? Yes, sure is.

And to fight them, we should understand their motives. But we miss that mark when we attribute stupidity, ignorance, or naivete to their motivations. Can we just accept it?

So why would we want to disarm ourselves?
The only obvious question left then is: ‘are we serial deniers?’

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China, You’re No Good

Here are the lyrics to my new song. I hope you like it.

China, you’re no good
you’re no good
you’re no good
you’re no good
China, you’re no good.

Hong Kong is gone
But won’t be forgotten

What is the single word that can end Joe Biden’s campaign,
and cancel his political career? China.

But how can we save ourselves from China, though,
If we cannot save ourselves from our own?

China is just no damn good.

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Biden’s Bolshevik Plans

Here’s a short review of Democrats’ plans, I have a direct analogy for anyone listening.

Suppose I want to build a huge project. Now I would not hire a union(s) to design the building. Of course I’ll hire a designer or an architect for that. Likewise, the unions would not have an architect run their unions.

But this roll reversal is exactly what Biden and union organizers have up their sleeves. The iron workers don’t design the bridges. Steel workers don’t design cars. The teachers’ unions do not design our public schools or write the curriculum. Let’s be real about it.

First of all, unions are not accountable to the public, nor are they elected to public office. And they do not want to be. Stop pretending.

What kind of hair-brained idiots are these people?

What kind of economy, country are they trying to create?

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Ode To Charlie Daniels

Here is sort of a tribute to Charlie Daniels by Charlie Daniels, in an interview with Pastor Allen Jackson. He did a bunch of interviews out there but I think this is one of his best.

So this is a smattering of Charlie.

“Never Look At The Empty Seats” by Charlie Daniels.

 

But there is an interesting thing. A few weeks before he passed, he wrote a piece on his Soap Box with a timely message on the state of things in our country. Here is a primer and the link. Check this one out. Now it seems even more pertinent.

Pick a Side

Posted on 06.26.2020 by Charlie Daniels

The time is swiftly coming in America when everybody who cares about having a future is going to have to pick a side.

When you get past the very thin patina of “peaceful” protest and look beyond the fallacy that violence and destruction brings about racial equality, you have to come to the conclusion that there is a radical fringe of people who would literally burn this country down, given the opportunity.

You’ll never hear it in the media, but if you’re willing to scratch the surface and dig a little bit, it will dawn on you that this is not a simple protest against the unjust killing of a black man, but a revolutionary street battle against America and everything we stand for and it IS funded and lead by socialist factions, and it’s not just in the US but in many democratic nations around the world.

In other words, an all-out socialist attack on our Republic.

I don’t remember a time in my 83 years when the cowardice, incompetence, indifference and downright impotence of governors, mayors and others responsible for the protection of citizens and their property have been more evident, disappointing and disgusting.

What’s going on in our nation is not a “Block Party” or a “Summer Of Love”…../
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At the time, I thought he had put it all in perfect terms. Time to pick a side.

Well, the country is going to miss you, Charlie. Heaven must have called you home because you wouldn’t have left it any other way. RIP

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