Monday, November 16, 2015

How Holly Holm's movement can stop Ronda Rousey


G20 Reporter to Obama: You Called ISIS the "Jayvee Team"

The Fruits of Doing Nothing, Waking Call for the Left on Foreign Policy

Good op-ed by WSJ: "Wake Up, Mr. President: The Paris attacks signal a new Islamist terror strategy."

Maybe these moments are the "Waiting on Superman" for the Left on foreign policy. In education, It took over 20 years and a documentary from David Guggenheim for some to realize that many union actions have hurt public education and tenure policies have to be changed.

With the Russian airliner, Beirut and Paris, President Obama cannot ignore ISIS as a "JV team" (yes, he called them a "JV team) and containment isn't a policy this today's world. I would love a borderless world where we all could hand holds and be good neighbors, and I live this way on a personal level.

BUT as I stated before, people and human nature do not operate this way. This goes back to high school and how we learned about a "Lord of the Flies" worldview. The Left has to wake up this isn't Mister Roger's Neighborhood. They try to place the blame on Iraqi and even Libya and climate change (I still don't believe Sanders said this), but fail to realize ISIS grew when there was a lack of U.S. presence and leadership in the Middle East. As Edmund Burke said, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." We have done nothing and these are the fruits.

Radical Muslim Provides Some Insights

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Let's Be Frank. Voter ID Cards Reveal Fraud, They Don't Suppress Voting. Look at India and Others.

Good article here: "How Democrats Suppress The Vote" FiveThirtyEight Politics

And let's call the BS out on the Democratic Party. They don't really want "universal participation" so are opposed to voter ID cards, but want to continue voter fraud. Unions have been stuffing ballot boxes since the 60s and driving illegal immigrants to vote.

Voter ID cards are not a big deal. If India, a country with over one billion people, implement it without any claims of voter suppression and many other countries do, the U.S. can do it. Why all the false rhetoric? Are voter ID cards really suppressive or are they revealing fraud? If you aren't hiding anything, then why are they afraid of such a layer of validation?

Monday, November 2, 2015

"The Adventures of Pan" by Hullabalu

Join Pandora “Pan” Beribolt on a quest to find her lost parents. Pan's journey takes her through a magical world where she meets new friends, discovers ancient secrets and finds the courage she needs to face any challenge she encounters.

Hullabalu creates interactive stories to delight people of all ages, spark imaginations, and inspire adventurers of tomorrow. This app features original characters, art, music, and a story where your child's touch makes a magical world come to life!

Preview Trailer of "The Adventures of Pan." --