Robert Ringer Archives


Toward a More Perfect Union

Posted on August 23, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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A visitor from another galaxy might be puzzled as to why so many Americans are so hung up on the issue of skin color. Given that slavery in the United States was abolished more than 150 years ago, you’d think that the subject would have faded into the marred pages of human history by now. […]

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Peace of Mind, Part IV

Posted on August 18, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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In this, the final installment of my four-part article on peace of mind, I’m going to share with you two anti-stress techniques that are especially important. In fact, I don’t believe it’s possible to achieve a low stress level and peace of mind without them.   Resist the temptation to try to make the world […]

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Peace of Mind, Part III

Posted on August 16, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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In Parts I and II of this article, I emphasized that stress is a self-imposed mental state.  In today’s Part III, I’m going to suggest some healthy thoughts that I believe can help you overcome a stressful mind-set.   Shake the habit of fretting and stewing about non-existent problems. It’s amazing how many people live […]

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Peace of Mind, Part II

Posted on August 13, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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The foundation for handling sadness and misfortune, and thus for leading a low-stress life, is what I like to refer to as “living right.” What I mean by this term is consistently being conscious of, and vigilant about, trying to make good choices. Please, no relativism copout here when it comes to deciding what “living […]

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Peace of Mind, Part I

Posted on August 11, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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Some months ago, following a keynote address I had given, a middle-aged lady approached me and asked if she could speak with me for a few minutes. I told her I’d be more than happy to speak with her, whereupon she began to share with me the difficulty she was experiencing in trying to cope […]

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Donald Trump’s Valiant Try

Posted on August 9, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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The message to Donald Trump over the past couple of weeks has been crystal clear: Welcome to the world of the Washington Crime Syndicate, Mr. Trump. It’s an enterprise that’s a hundred times nastier than the Manhattan real estate business. In fact, it’s the only business I know where it’s generally accepted that everyone lies, […]

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Prerequisite to Loving Your Neighbor

Posted on August 4, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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Over the years, I’ve been fascinated by the lack of self-respect I have observed in so many people with whom I have dealt. It isn’t necessary for a person to tell me that he lacks self-respect. You can see it in his facial expressions and body language; you can hear it in his words and […]

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The Joy of Missing the Dirty Dems’ Convention

Posted on August 1, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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As a matter of self-respect, I had not intended to watch any of the Democratic Criminal Convention. Nevertheless, as embarrassed as I am to admit it, I got sucked into tuning into it the first night because I couldn’t resist the prospect of Bernie Sanders’s supporters causing a riot on the convention floor. As it […]

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Ted Cruz’s Political Suicide

Posted on July 21, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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Finally, Charles Krauthammer and I agree on something — that Ted Cruz’s speech was the longest suicide note in U.S. political history. His address Wednesday night, and, worse, his double-down TV appearance Thursday morning, comprised one of the most shocking and bizarre developments I’ve witnessed in all my years of following politics. Steve Hayes, who, […]

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The Effectiveness of Stealth Marxism

Posted on July 19, 2016 by Robert Ringer

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Do you remember when Pastor Rick Warren asked Barack Obama in a 2008 interview what his position was on same-sex marriage? Obama, with a straight face, answered, “I believe that marriage is the union between a man and a woman. For me, as a Christian, it is also a sacred union — God is in […]

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