And how about this RootsWeb dossier on one Bill Ayers. Sent in by an informed reader.
UPDATE: My initial post, 3rd story, main page memeorandum. JustOneMinute links, with a pithy remark.
More. Pundit and Pundette, as an aside.
More. On with Jack Cashill on a Kansas City radio station at around 7:45 am central. Can't remember their call numbers, sorry. Will post it soon. KCMO.
More. Nice interview. I told the story. Jack Cashill said Ayers is evasive with words all the time, but thinks the truth is in there. I believe he's working on a column. Neal Boortz links, thanks. Trevor Loudon, New Zealand blogspot links--he has been tracking all the old Obama radical connections in great detail for some time.
More. Another Black Conservative. Scott, Powerline, Whose Dreams?
More. Moving up on Memeorandum. No. 2 story with links.
More. On WIND Chicago tomorrow with John and Cisco, 7:10 am. Today 12:35 central with John Gibson's radio show. Sometime this afternoon on Wilkow Majority, Sirius XM.
My Troglopundit friend Lance Burri links.
More. NRO's The Corner links to me via Powerline. Thanks Kathryn Lopez.
More. Marc Ambinder, The Atlantic. What we're reading.
President Obama is turning to a handful of Hollywood stars to judge a contest that asks grassroots supporters to create a television commercial promoting health care reform.Musician Will.I.Am, actor John...It's the end of the road for Tom DeLay.Sources tell PEOPLE that the former Republican House Majority Leader will withdraw from Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday's live results show...The National Republican Congressional Committee is urging Gen. Stanley McChrystal to put House Speaker Nancy Pelosi "in her place" for weighing in on Afghanistan -- prompting one female Pelosi ally...There I was, sitting in Reagan National Monday morning, sipping a Starbucks by the United counter before going through security. I had a little time, so I was browsing through...
More. The Hill. Jack Cashill's latest at The American Thinker, How the VRWC Really Works.
More. I often listen to El Rushbo. Per word of email he opened with my post. I missed it, was talking to my mother in law.
More. Althouse. Well Ann, I thought the same thing when I talked to him. I certainly didn't ask him that question. And I called him a liar. People can make their own judgments.
More. Ed Morrissey is very dubious. Well, I think you have it wrong on the significance---Barack Obama really is a teleprompter President--just a pretty face with a voice--and a total fraud--Dreams was really his only accomplishment, and it is key to his mythical persona--and his possible ghostwriter is an unrepentant domestic terrorist--something, if true, Barack Obama didn't have a problem with. That is appalling. It makes Americans who voted for him, who are already reassessing their view of him--that all his campaign promises had an expiration date, that he doesn't know what he's doing--reconsider the truth of his relationship with Ayers as well. And it opens him up to the derision of the left. As I pointed out in response to Allahpundit in my earlier post--Ayers is yanking Obama's chain too. SNL started the snark.
More. Top story on memeorandum. Did the sirius interview. Gibson postponed. B-cast at 4. Attacked by LGF. A badge of honor these days. And actually, if LGF had read the post, I called Bill Ayers a liar.
More. NY Times writes breathless, deathless prose. The Caucus. Ah yes, I was "stalking" Bill Ayers at Starbucks. Isn't that kind of a sexist remark, Ms. Phillips? An admission "wrested" from Bill Ayers? I expected him to flip me the bird and walk away after I took his picture and asked him what brought him to D.C. Instead he tried to convince me what a sweet guy he was--was he stalking me? And it was only when I said I was from Chicago and a blogger that he made a decision to make his assertions--tongue in cheek or not, I reported what he said--after I called him a liar. You can make of it what you want. But Bill Ayers is out there. And he's not going away. He's to the left of Barack Obama--and he's trying to yank his chain with this. And yes, Ms. Caucus, $9 million is nothing to sneeze at--even for a spoiled suburban rich brat like Bill Ayers. He wants credit for something. You decide. But it's no eeevil rightie conspiracy if Ayers peddled it to the inside Beltway National Journal. He said what he said to me. And this time it got buzz. You're blogging about it. And Barack Obama is reading it and wondering what Ayers will say next. Mmm, mmm, mmm. Not to mention Michelle.
More. Daily Beast takes Ayers word for it. It "sounds simple enough". Look--Ayers obviously wants this out there. Why? Who else is he talking to? And what more does he have to say? Mmm, mmm, mmm.
More. Ron Radosh, Pajamas Media:
Who knows? Bill Ayers is, as Paul Berman said in his blog the very first day of The Daily Beast, that Ayers is perhaps “the stupidest man in America.”(It "sounds simple enough", yes, the Daily Beast loves the guy now.) Radosh goes on:
He is also one very big liar, as proved by Fugitive Days, a book filled with evasions, omissions and major distortions of the truth. As Leary put it, he is a liar. And those who trust a liar, do so at their own peril.Our President Barack Obama worked with Bill Ayers for years. Years. Bill Ayers was his political godfather.
More. HotAir now Huffpo's favorite blog. But who really got punk'd by Ayers? I'd say it was our President Barack Obama--and Huffpo and their ilk.
More. The blogprof, with new book jacket:)
More. My radio interview with Rusty Humphries, Big Government. "Alert the Media: Ayers’ Claim He Wrote Obama’s ‘Dreams of My Father’ Is A Blockbuster Story". Audio.
And my friend and fellow Chicago blogger Bill Baar with more commentary.
Thanks to John Ruberry, Marathon Pundit, for his latest post.