Robert Ringer Archives

Exception as a False Premise

Posted on May 30, 2023 by Robert Ringer

Scott Tim

It was interesting, but not surprising, that Tim Scott threw his hat in the Republican primary ring last week.  Scott’s career path “from cotton to Congress in one generation” is impressive, and his theme that he’s living proof leftists are lying when they claim blacks can’t make it in America is powerful. The leftwing media, […]

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Punishing the Many to Appease the Few

Posted on May 26, 2023 by Robert Ringer


First, we had Budweiser.  Then we had Foxweiser.  Now it’s Dodgerweiser and Targetweiser.   Normal people are asking, “What the hell is going on here?”  None of this makes any sense.  So why is it happening?  Why are people who have never given the word transgender a second thought suddenly jumping on board and helping to […]

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Will Democrats Play the Pardon Card?

Posted on May 18, 2023 by Robert Ringer


For years Republicans and the media have ignored Joe Biden’s blatant influence peddling and money laundering activities.  Even today Fox News anchors and contributors are careful to be gentle with their word choices, especially since truthteller Tucker Carlson vanished in the middle of the night. For example, when Biden dishes out his daily buffet of […]

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True Things Prevail

Posted on May 3, 2023 by Robert Ringer


There’s a weird feeling in the air that doom and despair are about to collide with optimism and hope.  It’s a collision that could determine whether the United States survives, and for how long.  Four recent events have intensified my feeling that a profound shift is coming to America. The first event was the sudden […]

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Democrats + AI = End Times

Posted on April 24, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Having learned to type on a manual typewriter in high school, it never occurred to me that it would someday become obsolete.  But when the IBM Selectric typewriter was introduced in 1961, that’s exactly what happened.  Comparing the Selectric to, say, a Royal manual typewriter was like comparing a Rolls-Royce to a Model T Ford. […]

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Can Democrats Overcome Their Agenda?

Posted on April 18, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Watching the sagas of incapacitated Dems like Sleepy Joe, Diane Feinstein, and John Fetterman unfold, even died-in-the-wool party loyalists are becoming concerned.  With Democrats now the party of wokesters and jokesters, one wonders how it can survive, let alone stay in power. Notwithstanding their remarkable ability to outlie and outmaneuver their enemies, Democrats have a […]

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When Insanity Becomes Reality

Posted on April 12, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Former University of Kentucky swimmer Riley Gaines was enjoying a charmed life, succeeding in just about everything she undertook in a country she believed was solidly entrenched in the principal of meritocracy.  Then, along came a bully who declared himself to be a woman and adopted the name Lia Thomas for his newly created fictitious […]

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Dealing With Mass Stupidity

Posted on April 8, 2023 by Robert Ringer


The legendary German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, whom the Nazis executed less than a month before the end of World War II, once offered this fascinating comparison of stupidity and malice: “Stupidity is a more dangerous enemy of the good than malice.  One may protest against evil; it can be exposed and, if need be, prevented […]

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The Jokester Dems

Posted on April 3, 2023 by Robert Ringer


I have often said that the saving grace for Republicans is that Democrats never fail to overplay their hand.  They can’t help it, it’s in their blood.  They get something akin to a carnal thrill out of seeing their enemies upset, even if they know it’s temporary. The Dems’ addiction to this kind of false […]

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A Scorched-Earth Primary?

Posted on March 27, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Prior to last weekend, I had not watched any of Donald Trump’s rallies since he left office, mainly because they were all pretty much the same.  Also, it was too painful to listen to him lash out at people who were not worthy of his acknowledgement.  That said, I decided to tune into his rally […]

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