Robert Ringer Archives

The Best Argument Against Democracy

Posted on December 13, 2022 by Robert Ringer


Now that Republicans are set to take over the House, the worn-out phrase “People need to be held accountable” is being bandied about endlessly.  Pretty scary words, but what they translate into in real life is “No one is actually going to be punished for their crimes.” In an extreme case, someone might be “sanctioned,” […]

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Do Americans Really Want Freedom?

Posted on December 6, 2022 by Robert Ringer


Now that Elon Musk is moving swiftly to convert Twitter into a free-speech platform, the anti-freedom long knives are out in full force.  The idea of a wisecracking centibillionaire allowing people to openly state their opinions without fear of censorship is anathema to totalitarian minds.  The way they are freaking out over the release of […]

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The Power of Facts

Posted on November 28, 2022 by Robert Ringer


With the holiday season rolling into high gear, the political news is even more boring than usual, so I thought I’d treat myself to some stimulation with a good dose of Thomas Sowell.  I randomly picked a YouTube video about Sowell that was produced by Jason Riley of The Wall Street Journal, and it reminded […]

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The Red-Trickle Fallout

Posted on November 15, 2022 by Robert Ringer


The debate over last week’s red-trickle rages on, with everyone blaming everyone else for the disappointing GOP results.  Glass-half-empty Republicans are both disappointed and angry over the election outcomes, while glass-half-full Republicans look at the midterms as a solid step forward in the quest to take back the country from the ghouls, criminals, and crazies […]

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Disinfection Day Is Upon Us

Posted on November 7, 2022 by Robert Ringer


Desperate people resort to desperate solutions.  Democrats, even by the admission of many in their own party, have been in full-blown desperation mode leading up to tomorrow’s election.  January 6, Roe v Wade hysteria, and the tried-and-true battle cry of racism all looked very promising at one time, but the Dems have managed to shoot […]

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The United States of Obeah

Posted on November 1, 2022 by Robert Ringer

Brad Pitt in a scene from the film 'Meet Joe Black', 1998. (Photo by Universal/Getty Images)

One of the most intriguing scenes from the weird but wonderful movie Meet Joe Black was when Joe (Brad Pitt) interacted with a sickly, elderly Jamaican woman in the hospital.  When she saw him, the first words out of her mouth were, “Obeah mon; I gonna die,” to which Joe responded, “Obeah evil; I not […]

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Have Americans Awakened?

Posted on October 24, 2022 by Robert Ringer


Leonardo DaVinci famously wrote, “I awoke, only to see that the rest of the world was still asleep.”  Americans who don’t understand that their lives are in peril if they don’t take action to vanquish their abusive overlords on November 8 are, indeed, still asleep. Life is like a pendulum, perpetually swinging back and forth […]

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Storyteller Joe, Sociopath Extraordinaire

Posted on October 18, 2022 by Robert Ringer


If I had time for another hobby, I’d be tempted to make it a study of what drives leftists to talk and act the way they do.  The millions of people who are at least semi-normal and semi-informed have great difficulty relating to the mind of a person of the radical left, in particular. That’s […]

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The Power of Silence

Posted on October 10, 2022 by Robert Ringer


It was interesting watching Tony Bobulinsky once again carve up the Biden crime family in his most recent interview with Tucker Carlson.  It seemed obvious that he is the epitome of an honorable, upstanding ex-naval officer who places a premium on faith, family, and country, which is why I tend to believe every word that […]

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Arrogance of the Ignorant

Posted on October 3, 2022 by Robert Ringer


It has always amazed me how arrogant and self-assured so many people are, notwithstanding the collective helplessness of human beings in the face of natural disasters, incurable diseases, violent crime, and more.  Catastrophic events like tornadoes, hurricanes, and earthquakes are grim reminders of just how ephemeral humankind is. I recall an acquaintance of mine (“Wally”), […]

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