Site Menu

Time for the Scary Truth

Posted on June 30, 2020 by Robert Ringer

Donald_Trump_official_portrait

I’m rarely surprised by anything that happens in the squalid, corrupt world of politics, but I have to admit that President Trump caught me off guard with his embarrassing vaudeville act in Tulsa ten days ago.  I’m not a big Trump fan, per se, but I do support most of his freedom and free-market policies. […]

Continue reading

Will the Silent Majority Speak Up in November?

Posted on June 6, 2020 by Robert Ringer

shutterstock_623235479

The decade of the Sixties was dominated by major riots throughout the United States, with four of the most destructive occurring in New York City (Harlem) in 1964, Los Angeles (Watts) in 1965, and Newark and Detroit in 1967. Riots usually have a flash point, and some of the most memorable ones in the Sixties […]

Continue reading

The Sleepy Joe Dilemma

Posted on May 21, 2020 by Robert Ringer

SONY DSC

With all the hysteria over COVID-19, people aren’t paying much attention to the Sleepy Joe dilemma the Dirty Dems have created for themselves.  Simply speaking, it is this: Sleepy Joe, arguably the most flawed presidential candidate in U.S. history, is said to be the Democrats’ “presumptive nominee,” which represents an enormous problem for them.  Why?  […]

Continue reading

Honne vs Tatemae

Posted on May 12, 2020 by Robert Ringer

capitol

The Japanese use the duality of honne and tatemae when referring to a person’s true feelings (reality) versus his public statements (illusion).  It’s a very important aspect of Asian culture, and the Chinese use the terms inside face and outside face to mean pretty much the same thing. Experience tells us that politicians and their […]

Continue reading

The COVID-19 Macro Race Is On

Posted on April 28, 2020 by Robert Ringer

coronavirus-news-on-screen-3970332

There are two ways to view the coronavirus epidemic, micro and macro.  The micro picture is comprised of infection and death totals that have caused an enormous amount of pain and suffering.  Nevertheless, sooner or later, this crisis will pass.  Pain and suffering always do. The macro picture, however, is much more serious and much […]

Continue reading

“Inappropriate” Behavior vs Evil

Posted on February 11, 2020 by Robert Ringer

mitt-romney

Let us not forget that Mitt Romney is not alone in his sanctimonious crusade against President Trump.  A number of other Republicans — including Marco Rubio, Rob Portman, Joni Ernst, Lamar Alexander, and Ben Sasse — have made CYA comments indicating that Trump did something “inappropriate” on his call with Ukrainian president Zelensky.  To straddle […]

Continue reading

Stop Dignifying Irrelevancies!

Posted on January 30, 2020 by Robert Ringer

se

The most frustrating thing about the latest Democratic thespian production in Washington is not Pencil Neck’s nonstop lies, Dunkin’ Doughnuts mascot Jerry Nadler’s accusations of a coverup-in-the-making by Republican senators, or the vile histrionics of Hakeem Jeffries.  The most frustrating thing not only about the current fake impeachment trial, but all other fake crises created […]

Continue reading

Taking Bernie and the Radical Left Seriously

Posted on January 16, 2020 by Robert Ringer

b

As you are undoubtedly aware, Uncle Bernie’s minions are threatening to burn down cities if their favorite commie doesn’t get the Democratic nomination.  A Project Veritas undercover video features a man by the name of Kyle Jurek, described by Sanders’ Iowa field director as one of the campaign’s “top tier organizers,” saying, “F…ing cities burn” […]

Continue reading

Three Cheers for Fairness

Posted on December 24, 2019 by Robert Ringer

capitol

Unbeknownst to media hacks and fake pollsters, Donald Trump long ago clinched the 2020 election.  The Democrats’ impeachment farce only served to put an exclamation point on the reality that the 2020 race is over.  All the talk about Joker Joe, Horrible Hillary, Malicious Michelle, et al is nothing more than hype intended to keep […]

Continue reading

The Sad Tale of Greta the Pawn

Posted on December 17, 2019 by Robert Ringer

13greta1

As everyone expected, Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old Swedish teenager, was chosen as Time magazine’s Person of the Year.  Greta is a young lady who has taken a considerable amount of abuse from climate-change skeptics, which is very sad given that she purportedly suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome, a challenging disorder usually caused by an injury to the […]

Continue reading

Next Page