Robert Ringer Archives

Open Borders: Theory Versus Reality

Posted on September 20, 2022 by Robert Ringer


Hard to believe, but it finally happened.  A Republican member of Congress actually said that all illegal aliens should be deported.  On her Truth Social account, Marjorie Taylor Greene joined forces with Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake by posting, “Governors should be able to deport illegal aliens.  They should not have to rely on the […]

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Media-Fabricated Nonsense

Posted on January 17, 2022 by Robert Ringer

During the Democrat primary, I repeatedly said that Joe Biden was not a serious candidate.  If so, how did he end up getting the Democrat nomination?  (We know how he ended up in the Oval Office, but that’s a different story.)  Allow me to paraphrase some observations I made back in May of 2020: When […]

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Sotomayor Comes Out of the Closet

Posted on January 12, 2022 by Robert Ringer

As all the world now knows, during oral arguments over Biden’s vax-mandate proposal, Justice Sotomayor blurted out a couple of whoppers that even Democrat fact checkers couldn’t let slide.  First, she casually remarked that “the Omicron variant is just as deadly to the unvaccinated” as the Delta variant, which even the most hysterical vax-mandate advocate knows […]

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Time for the Ronald Reagan Solution

Posted on January 11, 2022 by Robert Ringer

An insurrection is technically defined as “an act or instance of rising in revolt, rebellion, or resistance against civil authority or an established government.”  Sounds like something Democrats engage in pretty much every day of the year, but the only insurrection they seem interested in — the January 6 political protest gone awry at the […]

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Ted Cruz and the Ghost of Charles Krauthammer

Posted on January 7, 2022 by Robert Ringer

In 2016, the late Charles Krauthammer famously said, in reaction to Ted Cruz’s jaw-dropping appeal to the RNC to refuse to vote for Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee, “Last night what Cruz delivered was the longest suicide note in American political history.”  Krauthammer was spot on, but it was puzzling why someone as […]

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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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