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Plausible Deniability

Posted on September 1, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Like all pundits, I’ve had my share of predictions that didn’t pan out, so I try not to stick my neck out too often.  My best and easiest call was assuring readers at least two years before the 2016 election that Hillary Clinton would never be president of the United States.  I didn’t think my […]

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Maui and Climate Change Absurdity

Posted on August 23, 2023 by Robert Ringer


It’s still hard for me to wrap my head around the Maui conflagration, one of the most horrific natural disasters in American history.  I have a special place in my heart for Hawaii in general, and Lahaina in particular, because our family spent so much time there back in the eighties, usually at the Kaanapali […]

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Big Surprise: The Fix Is In

Posted on August 15, 2023 by Robert Ringer


For more than a year, I’ve been warning that demanding a special counsel be appointed to investigate Hunter Biden’s crimes was a bad idea.  On July 24, I wrote: “It baffles me that Charlie Brown Republicans don’t seem to understand that any special counsel would be handpicked by Merrick Garland.  That would mean someone like […]

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Ignoring the Silly Stuff

Posted on August 7, 2023 by Robert Ringer


I didn’t watch the latest Trump indictment last week, because, quite frankly, I resent the media pretending as though each new Trump indictment is a serious matter. No, Donald Trump is not going to be executed, nor is he going to spend the rest of his life in prison.  He may get convicted in one […]

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The Shameful Manicured Class

Posted on August 1, 2023 by Robert Ringer


A friend of mine, Henry, was lamenting last week about the fact that there is no counterforce in the United States to push back against the evils of leftism.  It drives him nuts to see Democrats get away with virtually every kind of atrocity known to mankind, while the manicured class (a.k.a. Republicans) offer nothing […]

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The Source of RFK Jr.’s Power

Posted on July 26, 2023 by Robert Ringer


A conviction is a firm belief based on the determination of an individual to live his life in accordance with that belief.  It’s also based on a person’s willingness to continually monitor the reasons for his belief to make certain they are sound.  Demonstrating consistency in one’s beliefs is not an easy task for mere […]

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Do Something About It!

Posted on July 24, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Many articles have been written over the years about the possibility of a national divorce whereby red states and blue states would go their separate ways.  I’ve always wanted to believe that such a scenario could be avoided, but the odds of it happening are increasing by the day.  The House Oversight Committee’s hearings on […]

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Choosing Assimilation Over Reparations

Posted on July 17, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield of Ben & Jerry’s fame created quite a stir on Independence Day when they admonished fellow countrymen to return their land to Native Americans.  The backlash was fast and furious, spurring patriots to don their MAGA hats and Trump-Rambo tee-shirts. Having said this, I must confess I’m at least somewhat […]

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Will Grandpa Grift Get a Pass?

Posted on July 5, 2023 by Robert Ringer


For years, Fox News and the legacy media have been blabbering about “the Hunter Biden investigation.”  The whole thing has been an insult to the intelligence of the average American.  Investigating Hunter’s tax evasion problems should have taken a few months, at most, not five years.  And investigating his lying on a government firearm form […]

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Will Perpetual Indulgence Prevail?

Posted on July 1, 2023 by Robert Ringer


Kobe Bryant was on his way to a successful second career in film when fate stepped in and abruptly ended his life with a horrific helicopter crash that also took the life of his daughter and seven other people.  Even for those of us who never watch NBA games, it was a sad day. I […]

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