Robert Ringer Archives

Cheney’s Last Hope: Dereliction of Duty

Posted on January 5, 2022 by Robert Ringer

It appears loathsome Liz Cheney has placed her “insurrection” hopes on the nebulous concept of Donald Trump’s “dereliction of duty.”  Which, for all practical purposes, means that the sham January 6 investigation is over.  Since the committee has found zero evidence to support the ludicrous claim of an unarmed insurrection, dereliction of duty is the […]

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On Joe Manchin Switching Parties

Posted on January 4, 2022 by Robert Ringer

There’s a lot of talk about Joe Manchin switching parties, and most Republicans are giddy over the prospect.  I can understand why Dem-loving Republicans like Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy would welcome Manchin into the GOP, but true conservatives should discourage the idea. Why?  Because Manchin is a Democrat at heart, and if he were […]

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New Dem Strategy for 2022

Posted on December 27, 2021 by Robert Ringer

Skyrocketing inflation, invasion at the southern border, record homicides in Democrat-run cities … the list goes on.  So now that the results of Democrat policies have brought about a tidal wave of buyer’s remorse, what’s the Dems’ next move?  Triple down?  Quadruple down?  Maybe not. The Democrats’ urge to relentlessly push forward with their anti-America […]

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Are U.S. Elections Irrelevant?

Posted on November 16, 2021 by Robert Ringer


I’ve never been one to prolong victory celebrations.  Taking a cue from Bill Gates, who decades ago said that he always wanted to hear the bad news first because the good news didn’t need his attention, I developed the habit of looking ahead to the next problem.  If you celebrate good news too long, the […]

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On “Coming Together as One”

Posted on September 14, 2021 by Robert Ringer


Last weekend was a reminder of the horrors of 9/11 and the mood of the country in the days that followed.  The media’s overriding theme was that “we all came together as one” following those shocking terrorist attacks. Their assessment, however, was at odds with my own recollection of 9/11.  What sticks in my mind […]

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Forced Love

Posted on July 29, 2021 by Robert Ringer

The dictionary defines bigotry as “stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one’s own.”  These traits perfectly describe today’s progressives.  Even so, progressives have a constitutionally protected right to be intolerant of anything or anybody, so long as they do not use violence against those with whom they disagree. […]

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Our Let’s-Pretend World

Posted on July 7, 2021 by Robert Ringer


As cancel culture continues to reach new heights of absurdity, one cannot help but marvel at the Radical Left’s audacity.  In simple terms, what it demands of an unwoke bloke like you is that you pretend to believe things that are demonstrably false.  In other words, you must agree to live in a let’s-pretend world […]

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Is Black Privilege a Problem?

Posted on June 2, 2021 by Robert Ringer


Ever since Jacksonville Jaguars coach Urban Meyer gave Tim Tebow the green light to try out for a tight end position with the team, racism flame-throwers have been apoplectic.  ESPN drama queen Stephen A. Smith added to his already impressive race-baiting credentials by insisting that Tebow getting another opportunity to play in the NFL after […]

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The Token-Opposition Party

Posted on May 4, 2021 by Robert Ringer


I didn’t watch America’s make-believe president give his “State of the Union Address,” but I did watch Tim Scott’s rebuttal the next day on YouTube.  I was disappointed, but not surprised, that Republicans chose Scott for the task. I like Tim Scott personally, but he is, at heart, a RINO.  Thus, he was a safe […]

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The Threat of Final-Solution Cancellation

Posted on April 19, 2021 by Robert Ringer


Cancel culture is the designer topic of 21st century America, but the truth is that it’s been around since at least the heyday of ancient Greece.  It’s the lazy person’s way to winning, because it requires neither knowledge nor persuasion. To the lazy person, the allure of sidestepping debate by simply shaming one’s opponents into […]

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