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  • Zilla 10:14 PM on 11/17/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: occupy,   

    This is helping to promote their “message” how? 

    Whatever point the Occupy mobs are trying to make, they are probably not going to win people over to their “cause” by TERRORIZING LITTLE KIDS.

    What horrible people. Via CBS New York:

    They were caught in the middle of madness.

    Some grade school students were forced to walk a gauntlet of screaming “Occupy Wall Street” protesters just to get to school on Thursday.

    It was a wild day in lower Manhattan for most everyone involved, including elementary school children who had to brave the mayhem just to get to class on the other side of Wall Street.

    In the middle of thousands of protestors yelling and chanting — some kicking and screaming – CBS 2’s Emily Smith found little school kids trying to get to class. Nervous parents led them through the barriers on Wall Street. The NYPD helped funnel the children, anything to ease their fears while some protestors chanted “follow those kids!”

    “These guys are terrorists, yelling at little kids,” one father said.

    “For them it’s horrible. They’re afraid of all the crowds. We’re not even able to get through. They’re just, he’s … very afraid now,” a mother added.

    One protester followed a father and his little daughter all the way down the block. As the school day ended just after 3 p.m. children trickled out of Leman Manhattan Prep on Broad Street. Smith heard a 4-year-old boy telling his mom he was scared. MORE

    Just awful.

    • signpainterguy 10:38 PM on 11/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

      This IS awful. And the OWSers think they are legit, fighting for a cause that`s just ! How just is it to frighten school kids and their parents. Damn stupid and criminal if you ask me !

      • zillaoftheresistance 6:15 AM on 11/18/2011 Permalink | Reply

        The only other entity I can think of that thinks their “cause” is so just that it’s OK to hurt little kids for it is islam. Anti-Semites of a feather I guess.

        • signpainterguy 2:31 PM on 11/18/2011 Permalink | Reply

          Eventually, communism, socialism which support labor unions and much of the OWS movement, and islam / sharia law, all of which serve NO GOOD PURPOSE, MUST be eradicated from the face of the Earth !

    • just a conservative girl 11:02 PM on 11/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Most of them don’t have a message. They don’t even realize that they are being used.

  • Zilla 1:42 PM on 10/25/2011 Permalink | Reply  


    Yes, even the boonies are not immune from the #occupy crowd! They are now in my area.

    Read about it and see videos here:

    They’re Heeeerrrrrreeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Feel free to come back here to comment!


    • just a conservative girl 3:21 PM on 10/25/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Doesn’t it get quite cold there? If so, they won’t last long.

    • zillaoftheresistance 4:08 PM on 10/25/2011 Permalink | Reply

      It’s been chilly here already, but our winters aren’t a whole lot worse than New York City as we’re only about 60 miles north of it. We got off fairly easy the past few winters, which means we’re overdue for a nasty one though!

      • just a conservative girl 4:23 PM on 10/25/2011 Permalink | Reply

        I grew up outside NYC, it can get pretty nippy. It should be below freezing nightly before Thanksgiving, if memory serves.

  • Zilla 7:52 AM on 09/15/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Attack Watch, Propaganda   



    I suppose THIS is gonna get reported:

    Take Your Quisling “Attack Watch” Snitch Site and SHOVE IT!


    See ya in the gulag!

  • Zilla 10:03 AM on 08/22/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    ALL Candidates Need to be Vetted 

    Don’t let a few good soundbites lead you into blind allegiance to a politician.  Have we learned nothing since 2008?

    We have primaries for a reason, so that we can try to put forward the candidate who will best represent our interests.
    I have noticed that Rick Perry has supporters who are really very much like those of Obama and Ron Paul in that they come completely unhinged if someone criticizes their guy, kind of like how muslims react to criticism of islam and mohammed but minus the bloodshed (so far).  Nobody should be exempt from scrutiny, in my humble opinion.

    Now I don’t know about the rest of you, but ten years after jihadis came and killed us by the thousands on a bright and sunny September morning, I am more than a little bit tired of being told that “islam is a religion of peace” every time a bunch of us are murdered for islam. Personally, I feel that we should hold no quarter for islamic supremacists’ conquest of our civilization nor should we support the enablers of it.

    While I will be voting GOP ABO in the November 2012 election, I would much prefer to not hold my nose and choke down bile as I do it. I don’t think it is wise to put yet another person in the Oval Office who fails to understand that islamic jihad and sharia are are deadly and dangerous to the well being of our country and to freedom loving people everywhere.  Please read No Quarter at my place for detailed information about this subject.

    Related: Do You Want America’s Future Decided by the MSM or by The People?

    • just a conservative girl 11:48 AM on 08/22/2011 Permalink | Reply

      And you think the Palinista’s are any better than Perry fans? Pleeze.

      • zillaoftheresistance 12:16 PM on 08/22/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Did I say that? NO I did not. Please don’t put words in my mouth. I have had my fair share of unpleasant encounters with Palinistas too. Like I said, NO candidate should be exempt from scrutiny and I have my own issues with Sarah Palin related to her bad habit of endorsing islamophiles like that awful Carly Fiorina.

    • SignPainterGuy 12:48 PM on 08/22/2011 Permalink | Reply

      NOW is precisely the right time to be vetting our candidates; it`s early in the process, so we have plenty of time to settle those “he said, she said” issues, those “inconvenient truths” or other questions.

      Michelle Malkin asked this morning if there is any candidate who has been and will be consistantly strong on border security and illegal alien law enforcement issues. She refs a NumbersUSA chart (Santorum isn`t on the chart) which shows that we DO NOT have a strong candidate ! I find this distressing (I`m sure you all do) and I`m glad we learn this now so we have time to contact our faves and ask why or why not !

      We also have to counter the American Pravda Media deciding our candidates and the RNC who aren`t going to give us real conservatives. The time to do that is now so we can select OUR candidates in the primaries, not the elites who are accustomed to deciding for us !

  • Zilla 8:27 PM on 07/27/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Stand With the Truth Tellers 

    As you may have heard, the atrocity committed by a madman in Norway is being squarely blamed on people completely unrelated to the crime, or the criminal, in a vicious act of blood libel. (Echoes of the Tuscon aftermath only much, MUCH, worse.)

    I am asking you to join the growing ranks of those willing to stand with those who are being unjustly vilified.

    Details here:

    Operation United Front – UPDATED – Roll Call!

    Please let me know if you want to show your support by having your name (or username) and/or your blog (if you have one) to the list at my place. You can post here, there, or contact me through facebook, email or Twitter.

    Thank you.


    • zillaoftheresistance 3:23 PM on 07/29/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Here is the list of supporters so far:
      Roll Call:
      Jack Puglis
      R.K. Finnell, author of Kickshaw Candies
      Blue Jeans and Lace
      Invincible Armor
      American Power
      Stephane Beaudoin – MaxPower1971
      The Gateway Pundit
      1389 Blog
      Blazing Cat Fur
      The POH Diaries
      Sultan Knish
      Datechguy’s Blog
      Boudica Weblog BPI
      That’s So Haram!
      John C. Barile
      The Pagan Temple
      Peg Conroy
      Rob Trueman
      The Phoenix
      The Lonely Conservative
      Mind Numbed Robot
      S.O.B. Alliance
      Riptide’s Corner
      Vantage Point of the One-Eyed Jack
      Ld Beck
      Ironic Surrealism

      Contact me if you wish to be added to the list. Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, Geert Wilders and others who speak out against jihad are NOT at fault for the atrocity in Norway.

  • Zilla 2:47 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Conservative Blogs Dying? 

    That’s what John Hawkins at Right Wing News says, he also says that smaller blogs should give up because they have no future. I have a message for John Hawkins and all the other “big important” people who wish that we’d all just go away. You can read it HERE.

    Oh, and you know what’s funny? The people commenting to my post about Hawkins’ gloom and doom both at my place and over at that page I run at facebook are asking, “Who is John Hawkins?” – I think maybe he’s the one with the problem, not the smaller & newer blogs in the right-blogosphere.

    BigFurHat at iOTW is spearheading a wonderful effort to help other bloggers, HERE, check it out.

    • Quite Rightly 5:36 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      If he thinks conservatives have no future with blogs, he should have seen us before we had blogs!

      • pjMom 11:21 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

        I wish I could hit a “like” button, QR (blasted! so infected by facebook!)

      • zillaoftheresistance 7:15 AM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        I think he’s just jealous, because the smaller independent blogs have been growing & having an effect, while the bigger establishment types are losing readers because like the MSM, they won’t touch a lot of the issues that us “nobodies” will. People are going to the independent blogs for information that they can’t find elsewhere.

    • SignPainterGuy 6:55 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      John who ?! Of course I`d never heard of you either until just before you kidnapped me ! ;-)

      • zillaoftheresistance 7:16 AM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        I’m noticing that a lot of people never heard of him, I guess he’s not as big & important as he would have those he’s telling to go away believe.

    • silverfiddle 8:40 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Hawkins is a good guy and a staunch conservative. His comments are directed more to the business end of blogging. Me? I don’t care about buzz or money. I don’t even have ads on my blog, and my traffic has more than doubled this past year.

      I do agree his comments really dissed us small time bloggers, and I think he’s earned everything you guys have thrown at him.

      • zillaoftheresistance 7:17 AM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        I agree with you that he’s earned our retribution.

      • fuzislippers 10:31 PM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Good point Silverfiddle, about him talking about the bloggers who are trying to make money or get noticed. Shame he couldn’t do it in a more clear way, though, he’s drawing a lot of heat from small bloggers (like me).

        • zillaoftheresistance 5:48 AM on 07/21/2011 Permalink | Reply

          I think he did it for self preservation. He sees his traffic dying & is now enjoying a huge bump from us, and if anyone were to take his terrible advise, he’d have less of what he perceives to be competition. Demoralize us & we’ll go away, seems to be his strategy.

    • Adrienne 8:55 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      John Hawkins could use a decent haircut and a new shirt. It doesn’t look good for a big important guy like him to appear so shabby…

    • Jill 9:06 PM on 07/19/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for your post, Zilla. I read the Hawkins piece and found it pretty discouraging. Yours and Jimmie’s were good antidotes.
      And thanks for the link. You’re a peach.

      Thanks for the lols, guys.

      • zillaoftheresistance 7:21 AM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        You’re welcome, Jill. You were the first blogger to give my blog exposure when I was just starting out. I consider you far more important than John Hawkins, and you’ve been a real hero when it comes to helping out other bloggers, regardless of how big or small they may be. That’s how it should be. John Hawkins has done an incredible disservice to Conservative writers everywhere. I think he may have an ulterior motive as he realizes his own growing irrelevancy. Most of my readers had never even heard of him before my post!

    • Jill 10:18 AM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks very much, but I often link to others the lazy way, with my RSS feeds rather than in posts. I do hope it helps a little.

      I’d like to put in a good word for Michelle Malkin (not that she needs it from me) but she makes it a point to link to smaller bloggers in her Buzzworthy section. People have asked how I got linked there and I don’t know for sure, just have a theory that writing in the Green Room got me noticed. And for that I have to thank Stacy McCain, who mentioned my when the GR got started and Hot Air was still owned by MM.

      As for opportunities, have you all noticed The Conservatory’s call for writers?

      • zillaoftheresistance 2:48 PM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

        What you do DOES help, I can tell from my blogger stats, and I also find great stuff to check out in your side bar. Do you think The Conservatory would want an anti-jihad blogger? Many conservatives shy away from people who metaphorically go after the islamic supremacists and their leftist enablers.

    • fuzislippers 10:25 PM on 07/20/2011 Permalink | Reply

      This Hawkins guy obviously has little understanding of what is happening in this country because what is happening is clearly reflected in the way that people surf the internet, especially in the conservative blogosphere. We don’t want a single (or several) monolithic know-it-alls telling us what to think, say, do, and be. And that doesn’t just mean the LSM and government, it means within our own ranks. We want–and will return to–a government by, for, and of the people. Is it any wonder that we want the internet and our news to be the same? If Hawkins is too out-of-touch to see, much less understand, this then . . . well, I guess we all know why so few people have ever even heard of him.

      (I just posted this comment at another conservative blog that Hawkins thinks should just go home; I thought it fitting here, as well.)

  • Zilla 3:06 PM on 07/08/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    I Prefer Rainy Days 

    I’ve seen some very sad events come to pass on nice ones.

    Reflections of the Clear Blue Sky

    Feel free to come back here to comment.

  • Zilla 4:48 PM on 06/30/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Nah, I’m sure this isn’t anything to worry about… 

    Obama Officially Embraces Muslim Brotherhood, Designates Israel Sponsor of Terrorism



    Read about it at my place, feel free to come back here to comment.

  • Zilla 10:34 AM on 06/11/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Weekend Ladies’ FMJRA Weekend Buffet 

    There is a blog project that I’ve wanted to do for a long time to show my love for all the other ladies who write here at Potluck and at the other all-female collaborative blog that I write at, Stone Soup. I’ve put together a link-around with stuff from the individual blogs of each and every one of my co-blogging blog-sisters.

    You are all cordially invited to the Blog Buffet!

    Open thread in comments under the post there, but of course, you are welcome to comment here at Potluck as well. Enjoy!

  • Zilla 5:39 PM on 06/10/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Catching Up 

    I haven’t been around much lately, my favorite kitty cat passed away last Saturday after a few terrible days where I knew the end was coming and it really hit me hard. But I’ve got a few things up at my place, as I try to keep my head away from my own sad thoughts and I’d like to share them with you in case you missed them.

    The trial against anti-jihad hero Geert Wilders ended and the verdict will be rendered on June 23rd. You can read his closing remarks HERE.

    Ann Barnhardt, she of the YouTube bacon bookmarked koran burning fame has an interesting theory as to what may really be motivating The Donald.

    There was a big hubbub over pop star Rihanna’s latest music video, but the critics have got it all wrong.

    As the genocide holocaust of Christians in the Middle East rages on, and the world looks the other way, I’ve found a new venue to try to raise awareness of their plight, it is a social networking site dedicated to honest discussion of issues in the Middle East sans leftist media bias.

    Speaking of atrocities against Christians, in Pakistan, after two Christian girls were abducted for forced conversion to islam and polygamous marriage to their captor, their father went to the police for help and they told him to, “Forget your daughters”.

    And now for a little good news:  I’ve joined the effort for Troopathon to help support our troops and hopefully get lots of care packages sent to them! I am on the Anti-Jihadists team (of course).

    I’ve still got a lot of catching up to do, but besides housework (which I’d prefer to continue avoiding) it mostly involves visiting everyone else’s blogs to fill up on all the awesomeness that I may have missed.

    Please feel free to comment about any of the above links here at Potluck, if you like.

    • just a conservative girl 9:42 PM on 06/10/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I personally am not a cat fan, but I am sure losing a long time pet is a difficult experience. I am sorry for your loss.

    • fuzislippers 5:53 AM on 06/12/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I’m so so sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to lose a pet, a member of our family really. Hugs to you, dear friend!

  • Zilla 8:43 PM on 05/27/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Two for Life 

    Recently, Steven Tyler expressed remorse for the abortion of his son that he coerced his young then girlfriend to undergo many years ago. The would be mother of that child also deeply regrets it, and she has broken her decades long silence on the matter. Julia Holcomb is now a married woman with seven children, a Catholic convert and strongly pro-life. Her story is heartbreaking and deeply moving – truly a must read:

    The Light of the World – the Steven Tyler and Julia Holcomb story

    Steven watched the baby come out and he told me later, when we were in New Hampshire, that it had been born alive and allowed to die.  (I was not allowed to see the baby when it was delivered.) Steven told me later that it had been a boy and that he now felt terrible guilt and a sense of dread over what he had done.  I did not know that such a thing could be legal.  I could not imagine a world where a tiny baby could be born alive and tossed aside as worthless without ever seeing his mother’s face.   Read the whole thing

    Over at my place, there is a new post about how our society throws life away, the pressure to abort even wanted babies, (something I learned a little bit about firsthand) and the eugenics genocide of the disabled and even those who only might be disabled:

    Don’t Throw Away the Future

    Come back here to comment, if you like.

    • loopyloo305 5:51 AM on 05/28/2011 Permalink | Reply

      The throwing away of children is not new, perhaps we here about it more or perhaps it is on the increase because society pushes it, but it is not new. My grandfather ran the town dump in New Mexico when I was a kid, and found babies either in the trash cans or at the dump itself. I know of at least once that they were alive, and this was a time when they were still burning the dumps. It horrified him and the rest of us when we learned about it.
      I have a son that developed a severe seizure disorder at two and half after having a severe ear and throat infection with a high fever. His seizures were so bad that he suffered brain damage. He lives in an independent living center with his own apartment now but we raised him at home. I used to get so angry with the school because they would say things like “he is never going to learn this, or that” and so they wouldn’t try. That’s the way so much of society is, they don’t want to make an effort so they don’t. Because of him, I became a nurse and part of my clinical was spent in a pediatric nursing home. Some of the residents were no worse than my son, and yet their parents had abandoned them. I learned in some of the Native American cultures that they would traditionally take a baby that was not perfect and leave it somewhere.
      I am not making excuses for anyone, but some cultures viewed the babies born with defects as unworthy to live.
      It horrified me to learn this, and I cried many times for the children that nobody wanted. I could never do something like that. I thank God that I was able to take care of my son, and we learned so much from him. It brought us closer together and made us much stronger. He lives in his own apartment and works, he does have an aide that makes sure he takes his medicine, but he lives a very full and productive life. He doesn’t even want to come home near as much as I would like.
      It’s too bad some people consider it such a burden, but some people are so selfish that anyone but them would be a burden. I pray that we can change the laws in this country and I think many states are on the right path, but we have to stay vigilant.

      • zillaoftheresistance 12:39 PM on 05/28/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Disabled people have much to offer the world, often stuff that is unique to them, and it is to the detriment of our entire society that they are shunned when they should be embraced. Some of the most important things I’ve learned about life I learned from so-called “retarded” people.

        • just a conservative girl 1:35 PM on 05/28/2011 Permalink | Reply

          They certainly do MJ. One of the people I love most in the world is disabled. And he can ride a horse better than I can!!!

    • loopyloo305 1:42 PM on 05/28/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Oh, absolutely! Not just what they can do but what they teach us. I love my son dearly and although I wish that he didn’t have to suffer what some people do to him, the things that I have learned in caring for him have been priceless. He lived at home till he was eighteen and then he wanted to live independantly. I have worked with and met many of so-called “retarded” people. Sometimes I think that God gives them to us because he loves us and knows that we benefit more from them than they do from us. Perhaps I am selfish, but I thank God that he gave me my son and that He gave me the strength to learn and appreciate him.

  • Zilla 5:17 PM on 05/17/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    I’ve Been Looking Into Rick Santorum 

    And I think he may be a good candidate. I have a post up about it at my place:

    How About Rick Santorum for President?

    Feel free to come back here to comment!

    • just a conservative girl 5:52 PM on 05/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

      You are going to hear a great deal of flack there, young lady. I don’t think he has a realistic shot at it anyway. I think the most realistic at this point is going to Pawlenty or Daniels.

    • zillaoftheresistance 5:56 PM on 05/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t like Daniels, he’s got islamocoddling cooties. Pawlenty seems like a good guy, but I don’t know a whole lot about him except that he’s got a reputation for being dull, as in boring and lackluster.
      I still like Herman Cain too, even though folks are complaining that he worked for the Fed.

      • SignPainterGuy 10:56 PM on 05/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Daniels looks better with enough explanation and clarification. Pawlenty is explaining and apologizing for what he had to do as guv. of a lib state. Both should have done the right things the first time, then they`d be trustworthy and believable now. They aren`t “doin` it for me”.

        Cain “won” the debate by all worthy accounts, and his freshness (read: never been in politics) comes as a new kind of hope in my mind ! He`s an outsider like none other ! Thinks well on his feet !

        Now, Rick Santorum for President; no one else has spoken so completely of all the issue we face as a nation as has RS. Perhaps he didn`t “win” the first debate, but the speech Zilla posted is nothing short of awesome ! If this guy is the real deal, we have our replacement for Ronaldus Magnus !

        Yep, you heard it first here at Potluck. Mark it down !

        Cain / Santorum or Santorum / Cain; I don`t care which, but they are my current faves !

  • Zilla 7:39 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Blogger/Blogspot Blackout 

    I’m sure by now that most of you have noticed that Blogger/Blogspot blogs have been non-functional going on two days now. I suspect there will be a lot of new WordPress blogs starting up now, here’s mine:


    I used the new blog to blog about the Blogger blackout here:

    The Great Blogger/Blogspot Outage

    Feel free to come back here to comment, if you like.

    I’ll still be using the Zilla blog when Blogger fixes their stuff, I’m fortunate to have not posted anything new there since Wednesday, because they removed all posts and comments from everybody’s blogs posted after Wednesday morning. No word yet on if they’ll put them back. I had been thinking of starting a new WordPress blog for a while anyway, so this seemed like a good time to do it, there are a lot of neat features that Blogger doesn’t offer, but I’m a little out of my element on WordPress when it comes to design so the new place is a work in progress. I’m a little confused over how to do the widgets and blogroll.

    So if you are a Blogspot blogger or your favorite blogs are hosted there, how have you weathered the outage? Will you be looking into other platforms as well?

    UPDATE: As of 1:05 PM, it looks like Blogger is back up & running – at least at my place, anyway.

    • jill 7:49 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, Zilla. I’ve been busy and just noticed the Blogger problem this morning.
      My back-up WordPress blog is here:
      I’m working on my morning post now.

      Posterous.com is another option.

    • fuzislippers 8:04 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Hmmm, sounds like I may need to have a second blog hosting site, too.

    • zillaoftheresistance 8:07 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Well thanks to Potluck, I already have a WordPress account, so starting a new blog with that platform was the easiest option for me. Once Blogger fixes their stuff, I’ll run both blogs, just another outpost for my imaginary empire. I made a TypePad microblog too. Heh.

    • Retriever 8:12 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I have one too, but have forgotten a lot of the wordpress stuff (hence troubles posting here. :) )
      I am pretty fed up w Blogger tho. I’ve debated setting up my own domain as I have a server, etc but have been too lazy/ busy to investigate.

    • Cynthia 8:21 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST ME!!! GLAD TO KNOW IT ISN’T. I post a daily blog -as in EVERY DAY- so this is a real problem!!

      • Sherry 10:00 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

        figures. yesterday I began hosting a segment for family and faith live, had my best blog day ever for traffic and now it is gone.

        • SignPainterGuy 10:07 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

          No good deed go un-punished, as they say ! ;-)

    • Chris Wysocki 10:28 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I’ve blogrolled your new site!

      I like being my own host and having control over my destiny, even though it’s more of a pain to maintain a custom site than to use blogger or wordpress.com. But that’s only feasible if you’re a digit-head. Otherwise it’s too much like work.

      • zillaoftheresistance 10:57 AM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks, Chris! I have my own domain, but the tools that it came with to design a website are pretty lame. Although I use the domain instead of blogspot addresses, they remain Blogger blogs, I wish I could make it otherwise but I just don’t know how and haven’t found a free way to learn.

    • Mauimandy@The Grains of Paradise 11:55 PM on 05/13/2011 Permalink | Reply

      OMG I’m laughing now….I thought I slept walked last night and deleted yesterday’s post! Glad to know it wasn’t me!!

    • loopyloo305 5:24 AM on 05/14/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I keep two blogs, with blogger being my backup. I usually post the same thing on both, always just felt that I should have a back up. I keep wordpress as my main one. I was annoyed at being unable to access blogger but didn’t miss it that much.

    • iainswife 3:16 PM on 05/14/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Is it sad I didn’t notice?

  • Zilla 7:27 AM on 05/06/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Offend Some Feminists 

    Since Monday, it has been National Offend a Feminist Week, an annual event spearheaded by Stacy McCain. I had been meaning to do something to celebrate this special week since Sunday, but mom stuff (which is of course offensive to feminism) got in the way. I finally got to it though, so here is my contribution:

    Take Your Feminism and Shove It!

    Feel free to come back here to comment, if you like.

  • Zilla 12:57 PM on 04/29/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Lara Logan Talks 

    CBS reporter Lara Logan was savagely sexually assaulted and brutalized by a frenzied mob in Egypt’s Tahir Square in February while covering the fall of Mubarak. She has bravely chosen to talk about what happened to her.  You can read about it and see a short video clip of her upcoming 60 Minutes interview over at my place:

    Lara Logan Courageously Speaks Out

    Feel free to come back here to comment, if you like.

    • fuzislippers 4:15 PM on 04/29/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Such an awful thing. I can’t imagine what she went through and is still going through, but I admire her forthrightness on the hideous attack she endured.

      On another note, this is going to cause an existential crisis on the left. A leftist woman brutally assaulted by a mob of representatives of the religion of peace and tolerance . . . they’re going to burn some circuits trying to figure out a narrative that simultaneously excuses the attackers and rallies around the victim. My guess: America did it. Or Bush.

      • zillaoftheresistance 9:30 PM on 04/29/2011 Permalink | Reply

        Yeah, or, more likely, Israel.

      • backyardconservative 10:05 AM on 04/30/2011 Permalink | Reply

        You have to wonder if her leftism blindsided her to this possibility. After all she was a veteran of overseas gigs.

        • fuzislippers 10:13 AM on 04/30/2011 Permalink | Reply

          You wouldn’t catch me anywhere near the Middle East (unless it was Israel); in fact, the way the world is breaking down right now, I wouldn’t even go to Europe. I’ll stick to America for the foreseeable future. But then, I’m not a journalist, so my job doesn’t take me to such places. Thank God.

          This is the second high profile recently-victimized (to an extreme) leftist by the people the far left holds nearest and dearest. They’re already saying that Israel is responsible for that Italian leftist pacifist killed by his bestest buds, so I imagine they’ll find a way to excuse these animals, too. Zilla may have a point on blaming Israel, that does seem to be fall-back fall guy for all the ills of the world these days.

  • Zilla 5:27 AM on 04/22/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    What “Earth Day” Means to Me (via THAT’S SO حرام‎ {HARAM}!) 

    My friend Keiko has a beautiful post up about what’s really important today and about being a responsible person every day.

    What "Earth Day" Means to Me Not a damn thing. And here's why: Because I don't need it. (Plus, it's a total scam.) The Leftist-manufactured so-called "Earth Day" falls this year on April 22, the same day observed by Christians worldwide as Good Friday–the day Jesus Christ offered his life and blood to complete the work of Redemption. The Earth is a blessing and a miracle. Even though I detest the Left and all its nefarious ideology, I never let this deter me from honest, re … Read More

    via THAT'S SO حرام‎ {HARAM}!

    • Keiko 6:27 AM on 04/22/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you, Mare! I’m really grateful that you shared my link here!

    • Keiko 6:28 AM on 04/22/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, Mare. I’m really grateful that you shared my link here.

  • Zilla 12:19 PM on 04/16/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Creepy lefty baby haters 

    The above picture of a pre-born baby is from the Vitae Foundation’s website, a pro-life website. Jill Stanek reports about how a pro-abort blogger describes the image as “creepy” and even demonic. The writer isn’t just pro-abortion, but clearly anti-baby, a flat out baby hater.

    I think the baby is cute, what do you think?

    Read more HERE.

    • SignPainterGuy 8:47 PM on 04/16/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Yes indeed Zilla, it`s the Lefty Baby Haters who are creepy, NOT photos of babies Pre-born or Post-born, I don`t care. Babies are cute and precious and a gift from God ! There are plenty of couples who`d love to adopt if mothers (to be) don`t want them. There is no excuse for aborting a child !

      • zillaoftheresistance 6:42 AM on 04/17/2011 Permalink | Reply

        If the only way they can justify their position is to demonize sleeping babies, then they are standing on some very shaky ground.

  • Zilla 1:42 PM on 04/08/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Free Speech or Submission to Tyranny 

    I have a brand new post up at my place, in response to the attacks on our Constitutionally protected right to free speech in the wake of the islamorageboy freakout that supposedly occurred because a guy in Florida burned a book. The post is gigantic as it includes a massive roundup of what others have posted on the topic, so I’m just linking it here rather than letting it eat up all the Potluck space. Please have a look and then feel free to come back to Potluck to comment.

    I Choose Freedom


    • SignPainterGuy 11:10 PM on 04/08/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I also choose FREEDOM ! The alternative is no choice at all !

    • iainswife 4:21 PM on 04/09/2011 Permalink | Reply

      I think it is excessive politeness on the part of conservatives not to call out the bad behavior in others. Name and Shame. While I do not support the burning of anyone’s holy books, spazzing out is unacceptable as well. I’m gonna call a spade, a spade and state that anyone who harms another and calls it an act of God is an ass.

  • Zilla 1:54 PM on 04/04/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Libyan Lunacy 

    I’ve been collecting lots of links about the debacle Obama has us in with Libya, I put together a roundup at my place:

    Libyan Lunacy Linkaround

    It’s a long one, lots of links & excerpts. Feel free to come back here to comment.

  • Zilla 7:25 PM on 03/23/2011 Permalink | Reply  

    Obama’s disturbing, but predictable response to jihadi terrosist attacks 

    Today there was a horrible terrorist bombing at a Jerusalem bus stop. Obama’s response in the aftermath, sadly, fits what has become a standard pattern with him, which I discuss in this post over at the Zilla blog:

    Barry’s Sympathy for Evil

    Read it there, come back here to comment.



    • thefirstamendmentnotpoliticallycorrect 9:28 AM on 03/24/2011 Permalink | Reply

      Silence is condoning, so the MSM’s silence is . . . ? Obama’s reaction (or lack thereof) is very disturbing, but his playbook is indeed quite limited. He said he was not going to go to war against Islam, and he has been very consistent with that since he took office. Anyone who can’t see this has to seriously have their head in the sand.


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