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Plenty of Blame to Go Around?

Posted on August 10, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Democrats seem almost giddy with excitement over the back-to-back massacres in El Paso and Dayton, and with good reason.  First, it diverted the public’s attention from the embarrassing Baltimore-infestation issue.  Second, it gave them a great opportunity to fundraise, while at the same time blaming the tragedies on Donald Trump. Forget that the Dayton shooter […]

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Maximizing the Baltimore Gift

Posted on August 8, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Now that President Trump and Elijah Cummings have agreed that Baltimore is a severely infested place — rats and rodents according to Trump and drugs according to Cummings — Baltimore is getting more attention than at any time since Johnny Unitas quarterbacked the Colts to an overtime victory against the New York Giants in the […]

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Bye, Bye Joker Joe

Posted on July 30, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Tonight’s Dirty Dem debate will once again be about hating Trump, hating America, redistribution of wealth, and pummeling mainstream American values. And, once again, Joker Joe Biden will be front and center.  He’s the perfect politician.  He’s never accomplished anything, has almost no knowledge of important issues, and goes about his corruption in a low-key […]

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Beware Ivankadog

Posted on July 25, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Sooner or later, you knew it had to happen.  With all the racism going on in the most racist country on earth, it was just a matter of time until someone elevated a racist dog into the spotlight — a white, blue-eyed, racist canine with a hateful racist bark.  Not only is he the wrong […]

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Love It or Leave It

Posted on July 17, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Thanks to the cultural division over the Vietnam War, “Love it or leave it” became a battle cry for the anti-hippie crowd in the sixties and seventies.  I was going through my purist libertarian years back then, confused about the difference between theory and reality, so I was kind of turned off by this slogan.  […]

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Democrats and the Long Game

Posted on July 3, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Most pundits believe that when every Democratic candidate raised his/her hand when asked if they would support healthcare for illegal immigrants, it was the death knell for the Dirty Dems’ chances in 2020.  And they’re probably right.  Even so, from what we’ve witnessed to date, there are certain to be many more excellent reasons not […]

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One Side Will Lose

Posted on June 18, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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In my recent interview with the ever-prescient David Webb, I asked him if he believed the Democratic Party would ultimately destroy itself with its own hatred, to which he responded, “Either the Radical Left has to lose or America has to lose.”  Simple, profound, and true.  The struggle between anti-American and pro-American forces long ago […]

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A Time to Judge

Posted on June 3, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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It has long been my contention that the lie-laced, entitlement-based, infantile grievance protests of college students is part of a much broader problem — the complete breakdown of Western civilization.  Specifically, I’m referring to the disappearance of the longstanding certitudes and values that made America the strongest and most civilized nation in world history and […]

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The Enslavement of Citizen Serfs

Posted on May 30, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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I have to admit that my love for good theater has me looking forward to what is sure to be the greatest lunatic spectacle on earth — the first Dirty Dem debate on June 26.  Of course, the debates will get boring real fast, given that we’ve heard all the talking points and B.S. lines […]

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Warning to Republicans: Obey the Constitution!

Posted on May 28, 2019 by Robert Ringer

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Notwithstanding Ronald Reagan’s economic accomplishments, his successor, George H.W. Bush, immediately started blathering about a “kinder, gentler nation.”  When I say immediately, I’m talking about Bush’s inaugural address.  To those who were half asleep, it sounded like a harmless bit of gibberish. Those who were awake, however, surely realized that a nation can be neither […]

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