Robert's Insights

Obama Gives Trump a Helping Hand

Posted on June 10, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (67)

The problems of the sweet little lady from Chappaqua just keep mounting. Her basic dilemma, of course, is that at some point she has to explain why she needs to fix so many things about America if Barack Obama has done such a great job over the past eight years. She’s never really been pressed […]

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Enough with the Damn Lawsuit Already

Posted on June 8, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (40)

There were two women I knew I would not be watching Tuesday night — and I didn’t. One was Hillary the Horrible, for obvious reasons … weak stomach, allergies to vermin, etc. The other was Mygyn the Malevolent, because I have an aversion to witnessing a grown woman showering herself with kisses and twisting her […]

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Hillary’s Groundbreaking Foreign-Policy Speech

Posted on June 8, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (4)

  Just when I’m convinced that things can’t get any worse for Hillary the Horrible, she finds a way to out-stupid even Donald Trump and dig a deeper hole for herself. Her highly anticipated speech on foreign policy sent yet another signal to the undecided dupes that she is not only an inherently bad human […]

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Hillary’s Big Mistake — Attacking Teflon Don

Posted on June 2, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (28)

As the end nears for Hillary, she’s following in the footsteps of other Trump victims — Baby Jeb, Robo Rubio, and Tantrum Ted — and wearing her desperation on her wrinkles. Specifically, she’s making the same mistake that her Republican counterparts made — going on the attack against Teflon Don. Of course, none of Trump’s […]

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The Day the Trump Bloodbath Began

Posted on May 22, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (44)

Since watching Donald Trump’s speech to the NRA, I have concluded that he might beat Hillary the Horrible much worse than I originally predicted. I have long believed that Trump would win about 55-45, but I now think the margin of victory will be much greater than that (assuming she is his opponent). Not only […]

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Slow down, Mr. Comey … please slow down.

Posted on May 19, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (18)

A horrible thought has been stirring around in my head lately. You know what they say about being careful what you wish for. Like most red-blooded Americans, I’ve long looked forward to the day when the FBI drops the hammer on the Crooked Cackler (a.k.a. Hillary the Horrible or the Face of Evil). But now […]

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For Donald Trump’s sake …

Posted on May 16, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (17)

For Donald Trump’s sake, I hope the leaks from Ben Carson about potential running mates for him are not accurate. Let’s take them one at a time. I like Sarah Palin’s toughness and unwavering adherence to her values, but, fairly or unfairly, a large percentage of the electorate thinks she’s a dingbat. Trump doesn’t need […]

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The Culture War Heats Up

Posted on May 2, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (42)

Can a society without certitudes, without norms, without a generally accepted code of conduct survive? Yes, but survival is not the issue. A society that is fundamentally transformed may retain its name and geographic boundaries, but at its cultural core it is different. Thus, the greatest danger the American Empire faces is not war with […]

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Is Cruz Cracking Up?

Posted on April 21, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (120)

Okay, enough’s enough. Now I’m getting seriously concerned about Ted Cruz’s mental health. Ever since Trump won New York in a landslide and Cruz came away with zero delegates, he’s been talking as though he were the one who came out on top in the Empire State. Cruz keeps railing on and on about winning […]

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The Stench of a Contested Convention

Posted on April 11, 2016 by Robert Ringer Comments (65)


For months now, the hottest political topic by far has been the phenomenon of a “contested convention” in the Republican Party. Most people are baffled, because their instinctual sense of fairness tells them that whoever gets the most votes — whether it’s for queen of the high school prom, captain of the football team, or […]

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