Tag Archives: Bill Ayers

Should McCain’s Campaign Have Muzzled Palin on Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Racism?

When truth is prevented from ever reaching the ears of the American public during a presidential campaign the consequences can often be tragic. Consider the case of the 2008 mainstream media cover up and strict avoidance of Obama’s long time connection to Black Nationalist minister Jeremiah Wright and his firebrand racist comments. The media shackled… Read More »

Shocking Similarities Concealed

In a televised address to parliament, President Bashar Assad said foreign-backed terrorists and extremists were to blame for the massacres going on in Syria. Despite suspicions expressed by the UN that Assad’s forces are responsible for the Houla massacre, Assad denied it. Syrian opposition condemned his comments as lies. Assad described protestors as paid killers,… Read More »

Postman Says Ayers family put ‘foreigner’ Obama through school

Allen Hulton, a retired postman, says he delivered mail to the parents of Bill Ayers in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Mr. Hulton says he met young Barack Obama, who told Mr. Hulton: “I’m going to be president of the United States”. But, wait a minute! I thought Bill Ayers was “just a guy… Read More »

Barack Obama Steamrolls Towards Full Panic Mode in Latest Fundraiser Speech

In looking back at past presidential reelection campaigns, we see that an incumbent president faces the dilemma of having to fend off vigorous challengers for his job, while also having to be politically correct and acting somewhat presidential in public at the same time. When a sitting U.S. President comes out with blatant untruths and… Read More »

Bill Ayers and Obama – Why It’s Important

William (Bill) Ayers is more than a controversial figure – he is an unrepentant violent radical terrorist and probably a rapist as well.  During the 1960’s he co-founded a violent left wing organization called the “Weather Underground” Which conducted riots and bombing campaigns including the 1969 “Days of Rage” where 300 activists attacked police and… Read More »