The Occupy Chicago crowd has unsurprisingly turned to domestic terrorist-turned-university professor Bill Ayers.
I go on record as one who believes that Seal Team Six dispatched Osama bin Laden with a shot to the head and chest in Pakistan. But I do understand the suspicions of people less trusting than I.
As they prepare to make a serious case for his replacement in 2012, Barack Obama’s conservative critics need to decide: is the president radical – or more of the same?
Like the dog that finally catches the car, the radicals have become the establishment. Those free-wheeling students of the '60s - fighting "the man," bombing government buildings, burning draft cards - now work for that government and are counting the days when they'll receive their taxpayer-funded pension and retiree health care.
Smart women know that if a guy is sending mixed signals -- promising to call but never getting around to it, making dates and then canceling, professing warm feelings but not introducing you to his friends -- it can mean only one thing: He's just not that into you.
We've all heard President Barack Obama's American journey. Twice.
There’s hardly an evangelical who doesn’t know about Wheaton College. Alma Mater of the Reverend Billy Graham, Wheaton boasts a student body of superior intellect and an education rivaling much of the Ivy League.
Imagine if, as you chat with your child’s first-grade teacher and ask about how he decided to embark on a career in education, he told you, “I walked out of jail and into my first teaching job.”
TO: Bill Ayers, FR: Mike Adams
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