Pamela Geller: A Response to My Critics—This Is a War

Zilla of the Resistance:

Pamela Geller is my friend and Pamela Geller is right. I proudly support her without reservation or apology, as all freedom loving people should. Please click through to read Pamela’s answer to her cowardly jihad enabling totalitarian appeasing critics.

Originally posted on TIME:

Sunday in Garland, Texas, a police officer was wounded in a battle that is part of a longstanding war: the war against the freedom of speech. Some people are blaming me for the Garland shooting — so I want to address that here.

The shooting happened at my American Freedom Defense Initiative Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest, when two Islamic jihadists armed with rifles and explosives drove up to the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland and attempted to gain entry to our event, which was just ending. We were aware of the risk and spent thousands of dollars on security — and it paid off. The jihadis at our free speech event were not able to achieve their objective of replicating the massacre at the offices of the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine last January — and to go it one better in carnage. They were not able to kill…

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Here Are The 10 RINO Idiots In The Senate Who Just Helped Make Loretta Lynch Attorney General

Zilla of the Resistance:

Spineless “republican” Jackasses. WTF was the point in letting these dicks get a majority if they still fold like wet paper before the slightest breeze of the left’s hot air? May hoards of fire ants take up residence in the private orifices of each and every one of those cowardly sycophants.

Originally posted on The Daley Gator:

Kelly Ayotte
Thad Cochran
Susan Collins
Jeff Flake
Lindsey Graham
Orrin Hatch
Ron Johnson
Mark Kirk
Rob Portman
Mitch McConnell

Thanks a lot, assholes!

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E cigs are not cigarettes, they are nicotine delivery vaporizers

Zilla of the Resistance:

I smoked for three decades, having started as a child, and could never quit cigarettes for very long until I tried vaping – and have been completely off of tobacco cigarettes for over three years now. Nicotine helps me with the chronic pain that I suffer from my medical problems and helps me with the cognitive issues my conditions also cause but without the smoke it is not making me any sicker than I already am. It’s a shame that nanny statists want to remove access to a product that has not been proven to be at all harmful and that actually helps people.

Originally posted on

Get it–cigarettes may cause lung cancer–10 % lifetime risk for a pack a day smoker, but there is no evidence of disease or cancer from e cigs and they may help people quit.

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Breaking A Million

My main blog, Zilla of the Resistance, has broken the million view milestone! It only took me a little less than six years to do it. I know it is small potatoes to bigger bloggers, but it’s a big deal to me – especially in light of how little I’ve been able to blog due to my medical hell.

Here’s the link if you’d like to stop by & celebrate with me:

1,044,165 Hits!

Conservative Blockheads, Part II

Zilla of the Resistance:

Dear useful idiot “Conservatives” who keep trying to cram leftist bullshit down our throats,
Go to hell.
Right Minded People Who Are Sick Of Your Shit

Originally posted on The Camp Of The Saints:

Wherein we provide examples of conservatives and small ‘l’ libertarians who buy-into, legitimize, the Leftist Narrative…

This latest example is courtesy of Mark Steyn:

One of the differences between the left and the right is that the right is forever looking for another towel to throw in. The left doesn’t do this: They push on till they win. That’s one of the reasons why, with rare exceptions, two-party systems boil down to activist left-of-center governments alternating with placeholder right-of-center governments – and why all the adrenalin rush of Tuesday-night GOP landslides in November shrivels to the cold grey morning after of bipartisan rubber-stamping for money-no-object thousand-page bills come January. For example, consider this week’s Washington Post column by Jonathan H Adler:

What Does It Take To Convince Libertarians And Conservatives That Climate Change Is A Problem?

Mr Adler is a conservative and a lawyer and a former colleague…

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Conservative Blockheads, Part I

Zilla of the Resistance:

Bob’s right, of course.
I have nothing to add to his thoughts but a bunch of fucking curse words in expression of my frustration with all the suicidal pandering I see coming from the alleged political “Right”. Sycophantic useful idiot enablers of Leftism’s destruction of all the is good, decent, and worth fighting for.
PS We speak English here.

Originally posted on The Camp Of The Saints:

Wherein we provide examples of conservatives and small ‘l’ libertarians who buy-into, legitimize, the Leftist Narrative…

Who cares?  Why do we give a good Goddamn?

As long as we continue to legitimize the false and Abnormal thinking of Left, we are guilty of providing aid and comfort to the Enemies of everything America stands for — and of being their Useful Idiots.

Wake-up, dammit.


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Ten Reasons Why NO Child Should Take the NYS Common Core Tests

Zilla of the Resistance:

Parents, protect your children.

Originally posted on Critical Classrooms, Critical Kids:

Dear parents and educators of New York,

I teach elementary school in the East New York section of Brooklyn, New York.  In 2013 and 2014, I administered Pearson’s New York State Common Core tests to English-language learners (ELLs). There is nothing meaningful about these assessments; no teacher I know supports them and I will not allow my child to take the tests when she enters third grade (even if the high-stakes are removed).  Here are ten reasons why Pearson’s NYS Common Core tests should never see the light of day.

1.) They are too long, especially for students in grades 3-5.  Over the course of six days, my 5th grade ELLs spent a total 13.5 hours sitting for the ELA (English-language arts) and math assessments. Here is what the 5th grade ELA assessment looked like last year (2014):

Day ONE: 27 pages long, 6 unrelated reading passages, 42 multiple choice questions

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Top languages spoken by refugees admitted to the US—Arabic is #1

Zilla of the Resistance:

Your tax dollars at work!

Originally posted on Refugee Resettlement Watch:

Although I have posted on this before, for all of our new readers, here it is again.  This is from the Refugee Processing Center which is the US State Department’s data collection site for refugee information.

Just remember!  When your town “welcomes” refugees, you will receive refugees from many places. You cannot choose your refugees by saying, only send me the nice Christians from Burma or the Congo, for example.

And, since the Clinton Executive order (which Bush refused to rescind), your local and state government(you, the taxpayer) are responsible for supplying translators for all sorts of problems that crop up in schools, health departments, hospitals, the criminal justice system and anywhere else federal money is involved.

Translation services are becoming one of the most significant (and costly) cottage industries orbiting within the refugee resettlement industry.

Here are the top ten languages spoken by refugees entering the US (from…

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Pearson Is Everywhere: Defending Spying On Students Edition

Zilla of the Resistance:

Spying on your children, it’s the Common Core way! Pearson gets busted spying on kids, but don’t worry, the children will still be monitored, there will just be some different entity doing the snooping. Privacy schmivacy, your children MUST be data mined for somebody else’s profit and power – it’s for the kids’ own good!

Originally posted on Lady Liberty 1885:

Pearson: Always Earning Pearson: Always Earning

Welcome back to another installment of Pearson Is Everywhere!

Last time we looked at Pearson spying on students via social media to ‘protect’ the Common Core PARCC tests.

Today, we have an update on that story. According to the Denver Post, Pearson is defending it’s monitoring of students, but promising to ‘let the states do it’ from now on.

Denver Post reports that Pearson has agree to stop the practice of monitoring students using test rosters and leave it up to the states, however there is a tidbit in their article that needs highlighting.

Here’s the relevant excerpt of the article, with emphasis added:

Pearson agreed this week at the states’ request to stop matching social media posts to a list of students on test rosters — instead leaving the matching to states, Skelly said.

“All students deserve fair tests,” said Dana Smith, spokeswoman for the Colorado Department…

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‘Beyond belief': Thought Hillary email scandal couldn’t get worse? Boy, were you wrong!

Zilla of the Resistance:

Holy flocking spit!

Originally posted on Twitchy:

Drip, drip, drip … SPLASH!

It’s very bad:

Hillary Clinton didn’t take a basic precaution with her personal e-mail system to prevent hackers from impersonating or “spoofing” her identity in messages to close associates, according to former U.S. officials familiar with her e-mail system and other cyber-security experts.

This vulnerability put anyone who was in communication with her account while she was secretary of state at risk of being hacked. Clinton said at the United Nations last week that there were no security breaches of her personal e-mail server, which she used to send and receive more than 60,000 professional and personal e-mails. But former cyber-security officials and experts told us that there were…

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