Tweet As more questions arise regarding Obama’s contribution to his own autobiography, I wondered whether a software program could be written to compare his known writings (which, other than Dreams, are almost non-existent), to Ayers’ prodigious output. Turns out such software already exists and at least one person claims that it shows that a 16th [...]
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Tweet Conservatives have spent years railing at the liberal propensity to by-pass the legislative process and head straight for the courts. It turns out, though, that there are situations in which liberals prefer to avoid the court all together — and will take legislative action to try to avoid it. Those situations arise when a [...]
Tweet The LA Times has admitted that it possesses a video of Barack Obama cheerfully attending a radical Muslim meeting at which the speakers hurled the usual violent and threatening invective at Jews and at Israel. Also attending were Ayers and Dohrn. One might think that, given next week’s election, the LA Times, which is [...]
Tweet Kathy Shaidle summarizes neatly why Ayers wasn’t then and isn’t now a nice person, and why that latter fact matters vis a vis Obama:
Tweet I had a lovely time last night at a reception on the Bonhomme Richard, and plan on writing about it later today. However, other work calls, so I thought I’d fill this space with recommendations for interesting stuff you may want to read. In no particular order: William Katz, a witty, erudite man who [...]
Tweet And IBD makes the case strongly and succinctly.
Tweet Was I the only one who found it hysterically funny that Nancy Pelosi, after building a political career on the cult of victimhood — especially women’s victimhood — is now snapping at all those well-trained victimized women to give it up and get with the program? “I think that women, we have to get [...]
Tweet Thomas Lifson has written an absolutely wonderful summary of the still-shadowy relationship between Barack Obama (presidential candidate) and William Ayers (American terrorist). I strongly urge you to read it.
Tweet Charles Johnson, at LGF, working off the top of his head, put together a list of Obama’s troublesome associations: * Rabidly anti-Israel Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi. The Obamas were regular dinner guests at Khalidi’s Hyde Park home for years. * Terrorist sympathizer Ali Abunimah, who runs the viciously anti-Israel web site Electronic Intifada. [...]
Tweet Yesterday, I write a long post opining that the attacks against Obama because his friends would automatically trigger in liberals an urge to analogize the situation to the 1950s anti-Communist hearings, which would, of course, raise the “guilt by association” mantra. I also explained why, in Obama’s case, guilt by association is an appropriate [...]
Tweet On the liberal side of the American political world, one of the lingering horrors of the McCarthy era is “guilt by association.” Certainly that was the lesson I, a young liberal, took away from teachings about that era. As I learned it, it wasn’t that the HUAC hearings were aimed at discovering genuine Communist [...]
Tweet In the last couple of major posts I’ve done about Obama, I’ve tried to focus on the fact that Obama lives in a weirdly inverse world, where he tries desperately to hide what he really is, which is someone who believes that traditional values are evil. This same bizarre inversion, where Obama takes ordinary [...]