Robert Ringer Archives


Time to Put Dirty Dems under Oath

Posted on May 12, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (36)

Hmm … haven’t we seen this movie before? Nixon, Reagan, and Bush II all managed to cause the Radical Left to go berserk — shutting down free speech, becoming ever more violent, lying and slandering with reckless abandon, and more. But at their worst, Radical Leftists never approached the level of hysteria that we’ve seen […]

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Are You Ready for Single-payer Healthcare?

Posted on May 6, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (65)

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Chalk up another victory for the elephants and one more defeat for the donkeys. Yep, the Republicans have finally managed to get a healthcare bill through the House, and depending upon who you listen to, the bill is anything from a complete Republican sellout to a major move in the direction of freedom and fiscal […]

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Are Democrats Beyond Hope?

Posted on May 2, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (26)

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As you know, I have repeatedly expressed the importance of prosecuting Horrible Hillary, for the simple reason that if you’re serious about draining the swamp, you have to start by prosecuting the most high-profile political criminal first. Just the handful of her crimes that dirty-cop James Comey listed on national television should be enough to […]

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The Hundred-Day Hoax

Posted on April 29, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (31)

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The ultimate in fake news is the media’s attempt to convince the public that Donald Trump is off to the worst start in presidential history. I was almost embarrassed for CNN Dinosaur David Gergen when I watched him say, in a clip on the Internet, “I actually think this may be the worst hundred days we’ve […]

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One Egg or Two?

Posted on April 25, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (27)

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I think it was Groucho Marx who used to tell the joke about a guy standing on a street corner and repeatedly hitting himself over the head with a hammer. A fellow comes along and asks him why he’s inflicting such pain on himself, to which he replies, “Because it feels so good when I […]

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Aaron Hernandez’s Wrong Turn

Posted on April 21, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (37)

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Not since O.J. Simpson has an NFL star player created such a media stir as the now deceased Aaron Hernandez. Of course, there are major differences between both their personalities and their crimes. We know without question that O.J. violently hacked and stabbed to death his ex-wife and Ron Goldman with a knife, notwithstanding the […]

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Memories of Mr. Rodeo Drive

Posted on April 14, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (29)

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Today there’s a tinge of sadness in the air for me. It marks the one-year anniversary of the passing of Fred Hayman, a dear friend from my past life. The chances are pretty good that you’ve never heard of Fred Hayman, which is amazing considering his remarkable accomplishments. Some people are among the quiet rich; […]

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It’s Time to Play Hardball

Posted on April 13, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (30)

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As the Trump saga continues to unfold, it’s anyone’s guess as to what the end result will be, because the man in the oval office has an affinity for sending mixed signals. One day he’s super tough (like taking out 20 percent of Syria’s air force in four minutes), the next day he’s wavering on […]

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The Genocide Dilemma

Posted on April 10, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (55)

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The Syrian situation is another example of what I like to refer to as the Genocide Dilemma, to wit: When a country is committing genocide against a segment of its own population, one school of thought is that the “civilized” world has a moral obligation to intervene. On the other side of the coin, a […]

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Dominating Chaos

Posted on April 7, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (27)

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Will Durant, best known for his eleven-volume masterpiece The Story of Civilization, died in 1981 at age 96. But John Little, founder and director of Will Durant Online, produced yet another Durant book more than twenty years after his death. Just a little over a hundred pages in length, the title of this little gem […]

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