Robert Ringer Archives


It’s All in the Orchestration

Posted on February 1, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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Here we again — another Super Bowl, another New England Patriots team, and the same old Tom Brady. Back in 2007, I published an earlier version of this article in which I alluded to an interview Steve Kroft had done with Brady on 60 Minutes. At one point during the interview, Brady was talking about […]

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Dissecting the Women’s March

Posted on January 26, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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I’ve been watching protests for decades, but the so-called Women’s March last weekend was perhaps the strangest protest I’ve ever seen. The question that most sane people have been asking is, “What was the purpose of the protest?” Protesters carried signs that included such messages as “pro-peace,” “pro-environment,” “love,” “We are allies, not bystanders,” “Girl […]

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Is the Age of Violence upon Us?

Posted on January 20, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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Today is a day in U.S. political history like no other. The excitement in Washington is like nothing the city has ever before seen. Barack Obama’s inauguration was historic to most Americans, but I would estimate that at least a third of the population knew the truth about the mysterious, unknown young man who seemed […]

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Finally, the End of the Affordable Care Scam

Posted on January 18, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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March 23, 2010, will go down in U.S. history as a day of infamy. It was the day Barack Obama signed into law the so-called Affordable Care Act, an unconstitutional piece of legislation that a majority of Americans clearly did not want. Now, with Obamacare in its final death throes, it appears to be headed […]

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Little Marco Embarrasses Himself — Again

Posted on January 14, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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During the Republican primary, I was perplexed by how many conservatives held Marco Rubio (aka “Little Marco”) in such high esteem. My take on Little Marco from day one was that he was a snake in the grass and that his clumsy attempt to collude with Ted Cruz to derail the Trump Train pretty much […]

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Thank God and Greyhound You’re Gone

Posted on January 11, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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Now I have yet another reason to dislike Megyn Kelly. Just as I was putting together some notes for an article in which I was going to predict she would leave Fox News for an exalted slot at one of the major networks, she broke the news to viewers that her last show with Fox […]

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On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!

Posted on January 3, 2017 by Robert Ringer

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Rerun The New Year signals the start of a five-month period that I like to think of as the Window-of-Opportunity Sprint. If you’re serious about accomplishing great things in 2017, you’d be wise to come out of the starting gate fast today — and keep going at full speed through at least the end of […]

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The Customer-Employee Challenge

Posted on December 20, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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For many years, I felt a moral obligation to inform business owners whenever I thought they had a personnel or customer-service problem they may not recognize. I say moral obligation, because I, for one, have always been grateful when a customer — or anyone, for that matter — took the time to call to my […]

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My Next Unequivocal Prediction

Posted on December 17, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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I rarely make predictions, because life has a way of coming up with surprises that can change the landscape in a hurry. As you know, however, one prediction that I felt completely comfortable making several years ago was that Hillary Clinton would never become president of the United States. To me, it was a no–brainer, […]

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Boeing, Yes. Carrier, No.

Posted on December 8, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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Politically speaking, the Carrier deal was an attention-getting triumph for the King of Populism, but where his anti-free-trade tactics will ultimately lead is far from certain. International trade and all that goes along with it — tariffs, currency manipulation, job losses and job gains, etc. — is impossibly complicated and to a great extent unpredictable. […]

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