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The Ultimate Debate: Is Obama more like Stalin or Hitler?

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Reader John Bear wrote an interesting comment in response to my article yesterday, “Obama!  Thou art dearer to us than anything in the world.”  It read, in part: The comparison between Stalin and Second Hussein (Obama) was interesting.  But Second Hussein compares better with Hitler. Remember, Hitler took a Christian, Democratic, [...]

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Babbler Barack Tells It Like It Isn’t

By Robert Ringer - Friday, May 25, 2012

I keep thinking that Babbler Barack can’t outdo his last performance, but just about every day he manages to prove me wrong. In a press conference this week, in talking about private equity firms like Bain Capital, he said: But understand that their priority is to maximize profits. And that’s not [...]

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Bye-Bye Biden — Hello Hillary?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, May 24, 2012

As Obama’s deep, dark, dirty past continues to stink up the air in Washington — notwithstanding MittMan’s commitment to help protect him from the truth — there’s a lot of buzz inside the beltway about the need for Democrats to go for the nuclear option. That would mean dumping the Delaware [...]

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Facebook Cofounder Eduardo Saverin Begins the Atlas Shrugged Exodus

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, May 23, 2012

The fascist populists in Washington are at it again.  Bored over sticking their noses into theatrical issues such as whether or not Roger Clemens used steroids during his Major League career and trying to force Catholic institutions to give free contraceptives to college girls who want to Fluke around at no [...]

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The Repudiation of Romney the Repudiator

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Watching Romney and Obama campaign is both humorous and disgusting.  Humorous if you don’t take any of it seriously; disgusting if you do. An example is Romney’s “repudiation” of a proposed ad that would finally, and firmly, attempt to tie Obama to his “spiritual mentor,” Rev. Jeremiah Wright.  Romney’s repudiation certainly [...]

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Was Saving GM Worker’s Job Fair?

By Robert Ringer - Friday, May 18, 2012

I got a kick out of a recent Obama ad that featured a GM worker (whom I shall hereafter refer to as “Mr. Piggy”) saying that if it hadn’t been for the auto bailout, he would have lost his job.  Really?  Gosh, we’re sure glad we saved your job, Mr. Piggy.  [...]

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Bush and Obama: A Tale of Two Commanders in Chief

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, May 9, 2012

It finally happened.  Being the pussycat I am, I actually felt sorry for Barack Obama, even to the point of embarrassment, as I watched the two contrasting videos of him and George W. Bush visiting U.S. troops. Bush’s visit came back in September 2007 in Anbar Province in Iraq.  The serviceman [...]

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Sarkozy Out, Hollande In: Are France’s Election Results a Harbinger of Things to Come in the U.S.?

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Socialist Francois Hollande’s victory over incumbent President Nicolas Sarkozy not only bodes badly for France’s future, but could also signal ugly times ahead for the United States. It’s just another reminder that when people experience financial pain, a majority of them will buy into the promise of more handouts rather than [...]

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Spiro Agnew’s Legacy Lives on in Obama’s Crapaigning

By Robert Ringer - Friday, May 4, 2012

Is MittMan really an aristocratic old meanie for making his dog ride on the roof of his SUV? Is it possible that he would not have had the courage to give the order to kill UBL?

Barack the Blusterer Feeds More Poison to Unions

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, May 2, 2012

When Blusterer Barack addressed the AFL-CIO’s Building and Construction Trades Department on Monday, he brought along with him his standard BS bag of left-wing talking points.  As always, class warfare was front and center:  “Republicans in Congress would rather put fewer of you to work building fewer things than ask millionaires and [...]

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White House Press Dinner Message to the Average American Citizen: In Your Face

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, May 1, 2012

The White House Correspondents Association Dinner last Saturday carried the usual message to everyday Americans:  In your face! Hollywood celebrities, media personalities, Washington correspondents, and the foul and furious president himself were dressed in their finest let-them-eat-cake attire and yukking it up.

Romney Nightmare: Ron Paul Resurfaces Yet Again

By Robert Ringer - Friday, April 27, 2012

Conservative Republicans knew they were in trouble when one-time conservative Ann Coulter suddenly refocused her swooning from Chris Christie to Mitt Romney.  Even Nutty Newt is jumping on board, for fear of being left outside the establishment tent, which could hurt his lobbying business.  Ditto most of Romney’s other bloodied and [...]

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What Apple’s Record Earnings Mean to Progressives: Nothing!

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, April 26, 2012

When Apple announced record earnings Tuesday, I couldn’t help but think about how unpredictable change is.  Sometimes change is good, sometimes bad.  Either way, the one thing we know for certain about life is that things do constantly change. I remember like yesterday how shocked everyone was when John Sculley, whom [...]

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Romney and McCain at Arizona Republican Love Fest

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, April 24, 2012

As you are undoubtedly aware, the Republican Gag Gathering of GOP state chairmen and Republican National Committee officials took place in Arizona last week.  Gag, of course, has a double meaning:  (1) Republicans surely had to be joking when they had John McMush introduce the already principle-challenged MittMan to the Republican [...]

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Michelle Malkin to Mitt Romney: Obama Is Not a Nice Guy

By Robert Ringer - Friday, April 20, 2012

God bless Michelle Malkin.  On Hannity Wednesday, Malkin was her usual wonderful self.  Commenting on Mitt Romney’s off-the-cuff remark earlier in the show that “The president’s a nice guy, but we just can’t afford him for four more years,” Malkin said, “I hate hearing this from Mitt Romney.  He’s got to [...]

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Will There Be a Romney/Huckabee Republican Ticket in 2012?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, April 19, 2012

Well, well … here comes the Huckster again, apparently prepared to accept the VP slot from his arch enemy, Mitt Romney, if the MittMan should ask.  Why would Huckabee be open to the VP nomination when he not long ago closed the door to entering the Republican presidential race?  The answer [...]

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John Stossel explores “What the government does” versus “What the government should do.”

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, April 17, 2012

John Stossel did a great show over the weekend, which ended with his taking questions from the audience.  Considering the fact that most of the audience appeared to harbor libertarian beliefs, some of their questions were stunning. One questioner asked, “At what point do we draw the line and realize that [...]

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Obama, The Master of Distraction: The Truth About the Warren Buffett Rule

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, April 12, 2012

Sometimes I feel like I’m living in a James Cameron movie where wealthy humanoids from Planet Earth are trying to loot the natives on Planet Envy of their precious resources.  Are TV’s Pompous Putrid Pundits serious when they purport to be discussing the efficacy and fairness of the “Buffett Rule?” In [...]

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Is it Unconstitutional for the United States Government to Use Tax Dollars for Commercial Investments?

By Robert Ringer - Friday, April 6, 2012

For no apparent reason, former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, another Democratic lawbreaker who, like Tom Daschle, Chris Dodd, and an endless stream of low-level Democratic hacks, voluntarily stepped out of the spotlight in the hopes of escaping criminal indictment (in his case, for violations of campaign finance laws), popped up [...]

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Obama Scolds the Supreme Court and Lectures Conservatives about Violating the Constitution

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, April 4, 2012

In a desperate attempt to hang on to power, Der Fuhrbama is thrashing about like Syria’s Bashar al-Assad, frantically trying to browbeat anyone and everyone who refuses to carry out his wishes.  Given his tirade earlier this week against the Supreme Court — which hasn’t even ruled yet on the constitutionality [...]

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The Battle for Economic Supremacy between China and the United States Is Over

By Robert Ringer - Friday, March 30, 2012

While recently watching a documentary on China’s emergence as an economic power, I thought to myself how unfortunate it is that those Americans who most need to see this are probably the very ones who aren’t watching it. The long and short of the battle for economic supremacy between China and [...]

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America’s Problem is Government Taking Away People’s Freedom: Does Rick Santorum Agree with Ron Paul?

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, March 22, 2012

To say the least, I’m not a big Rick Santorum fan.  Even so, I am obliged to say I was impressed by his statement earlier this week that “the issue in the presidential race is not the economy, but an oppressive government that’s taking away people’s freedom.”   Love him or hate [...]

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Obama, Dodd, Frank, Rangel, and Holder: Why Don’t We Hold Those in Violation of the Constitution Responsible?

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Well-meaning conservatives talk a lot about the need for a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.  But the fact is that we don’t need a balanced budget amendment.  Why?  Because it would just encourage Congress to increase taxes to make up any shortfall.  What we do need is a constitutional amendment [...]

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Greg Smith’s Wall Street Bombshell That Wasn’t: Goldman Sachs Puts Profit Before People

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Greg Smith, who was an executive director at Goldman Sachs before suddenly resigning last week, still has Wall Street buzzing as a result of an op-ed he wrote in the New York Times.  It was a tell-all piece about how — brace yourself — Goldman’s culture now puts profits ahead of [...]

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Determining the Real Cost of Obamacare is Impossible – In Spite of the CBO

By Robert Ringer - Friday, March 16, 2012

It’s not surprising that the Congressional Budget Office has announced that Obamacare will cost double the $900 billion that was originally estimated.  But, alas, the CBO is wrong again. The truth is that there is no way to calculate the real cost of more regulations, more taxes, and more government control.  [...]

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Bill Mahr, the Catholic Church, Keystone Pipeline – But Obama’s Real Problem is Arrogance of the Ignorant.

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, March 15, 2012

By now, you may be wondering why Barack Obama would continue to do one thing after another to alienate the average independent voter when he seemingly had his reelection sewn up as recently as a month ago.

Why Do Mitt Romney and So-Called Republicans Refuse to Say Barack Obama is a Socialist?

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, March 14, 2012

In my interview with Rep. Steve King this week, he showed again why he is so admired by freedom fighters around the country.  And, of course, he passed the litmus test for principled conservatives by stating unequivocally that he believes Barack Obama to be a socialist. There are many other conservatives, [...]

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Negatives, Positives, and The Natural Law of Balance: Why Obama is Responsible for the Tea Party

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, March 13, 2012

An interesting question from reader Glenn J. … Robert, I have been going back through your audio program Path to Power once again and would like to see you expand on a topic.  In the program you make it very clear that every perceived negative has an off-setting positive, and yet [...]

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Robert’s Response: What Matters is Liberty and Freedom, Not the Chevy Volt

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, March 8, 2012

In response to my Insight about the Chevy Volt, reader “WTF” commented, in part: You folks are a bunch of traitorous sheep.  Wishing the Volt to be gone puts thousands of Americans out of work – I only wish the SAME for each of you.  It is an engineering marvel, runs [...]

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Beating Obama in the 2012 Election: Republicans Need More Than a Short Term Solution

By Robert Ringer - Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Dick Morris sent out a video message Tuesday in which he explained why it’s urgent that Republicans settle on a candidate as quickly as possible.  If they don’t, he said, they will be “handing the election to Barack Obama.”  He went on to opine that the only candidate who has a [...]

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The Chevrolet Volt Electric Car: GM and Obama’s Green-Energy Scam

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The federal government’s Department of Auto Manufacturing arm, a.k.a. General Motors, surprised almost no one when it announced it would stop production of Barack Obama’s favorite green car, the Volt, for five weeks beginning March 19.  Considering that GM sold only 7,671 Volts last year, and with an inventory of 6,300 [...]

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Rest in Peace, Andrew Breitbart

By Robert Ringer - Thursday, March 1, 2012

Like everyone else, I was stunned by the sudden passing of Andrew Breitbart.  His impact on the political world in such a short period of time was nothing short of amazing. But it’s not his political side that I’m thinking about right now.  What fascinated me most about Andrew Breitbart was [...]

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