Later I read the reviews of the Arrows of Indra game that he had written, and saw that he was widely panned for ripping off The Empire of the Petal Throne game, when it came to the spells used in that game, especially the Second Level spell list. I asked him about it, and he never responded to that issue.
On January 26, 2016 he posted on his personal blog and casually trashed post modernism and what he considers weakness and decadence of the modern Western culture. Some posters acknowledged his statement, but nobody called him on it. So, I commented, noting that German military officers in WW2 had expressed the same sentiment about the West, namely, that athletic and disciplined youth raised with values under Naziism will triumph over the undisciplined, decadent and weak youth of the democratic west. That proved totally wrong during D-Day.
In response to this, RPG Pundit has accused me of calling him a Nazi in his true Coprolalian fashion (involuntary compulsion to say obscene words and phrases).
I responded to his and another comment, by explaining that I didn't call him a Nazi and that this was a common sentiment in Europe on the eve of WW2 among people who supported strong men and totalitarian leadership. I also explained that it's not disrespectful to quote anything in a Democracy, and wuoted President Kennedy, who said that an error becomes a mistake only when it is covered up and therefore he gave license to invstigative press to expose incomperence and corruption in American society.
I was amazed that RPGPundit deleted this comment. It was pure political discussion, there was no name calling or criticism of his writing that he was promoting. There goes Mr. Free Speech enemy of censorship.
Another interesting thing that I noticed, was the review of the How To Game Master Like a ... Boss book, that he posted on December 12, 2015. That review seemed unethical to me. It was self serving. On the surface it seemed like a positive *** Star review, but in reality RPG Pundit put the book down, negatively comparing it to his own writing.
One thing I noticed how there is no real discussion of any ideas on his blog. He does not share his experience as a DM, or his knowledge of the writing craft or game design with his readers. You can not walk away from his blog and learn to be a better DM. It is as if he does not want to share his ideas with you, because he is afraid that you will steal them. He blog writing is all editorializing and baiting The Forge games against the Old School Renaissance.
I think that he does that, the abusive language, the story-game baiting, and the controversy in order to promote himself and market his writing.
Total subjedctive speculation here, but I am thinking that politically he is an angry religious conservative and possibly a Eurosceptic.