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    I feel strangely giddy

    The country has elected a man who is certainly a philosophical socialist, and who may turn out to be a true-believer in Marx. And yet I feel strangely giddy. I voted for McCain–knowing in my heart that he would not be a very good president. He has no coherent philosophy to guide him. There is no predicting the behavior of such a man. I voted | Read More »

    Obama walks like a duck.

    Obama walks like a duck.And he quacks like a duck.He probably is a duck. “By the end of the week, McCain will be calling me a secret communist…” He walks like a duck:Bill Ayers, John Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn, Mike Klonsky, Susan Klonsky, Carl Davidson. All communists. Active communists, leaders of communist parties and committees. These are Obama’s long-time professional associates and political partners. Obama has | Read More »

    Is Obama a Suicide Economist?

    Bill Ayers calls himself a small ‘c’ communist. When Barack Obama won his state senate seat with the help of the socialist New Party, he said it proved that small ‘d’ democracy works. So I thought myself clever when I called them both small ‘t’ terrorists. Except that Obama’s strategy has been to hypnotize, not terrorize. Maybe it wasn’t so clever, what I called him. | Read More »

    Obama, Ayers and Redistribution: A Six-part Essay for the Undecided Voter

    Today I completed a six-part essay targeted toward undecided voters. It shows that Obama’s relationship with Bill Ayers is not a distraction from the more important issue of the economy. Rather, Ayers is the key to an understanding of Obama’s economic policy. The first posting in the series is Inseparable: Obama, Ayers and the National Economy If you know any undecided voters, and you think | Read More »

    Obama on redistributing the wealth

    This is the sixth in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy.To read the first entry, click here. This entry has only one piece of evidence: The transcript of Obama’s comments on a public radio station, made on January 18, 2001. The subject of the program was “The Court and Civil Rights”. Audio of the | Read More »

    The shared politics of Obama and Ayers

    This is the fifth in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy.To read the first entry, click here. In this entry we will see that Barack Obama has been closely tied to socialist groups throughout his political career. We will also see that several of Obama’s key supporters also had contact with Bill Ayers. When | Read More »

    Bill Ayers and his view of the American economy

    This is the fourth in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy.To read the first entry, click here. In this entry it will be shown that: Bill Ayers’ efforts to reform the public schools are a means to achieve a larger goal. The ultimate goal of Ayers is the establishment of a communist society. The | Read More »

    Obama and Ayers: The friendly relationship

    This is the third in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy.To read the first entry, click here. This entry will focus on the “friendly” relationship between Obama and Ayers. It will be short, as there is not much in the way of evidence. Even so, it will be interesting. As far as I know, | Read More »

    Obama and Ayers: The Public Relationship

    This is the second in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy.To read the first entry, click here. In this entry it will be demonstrated that the two men had an extensive public relationship. Also in this entry, I will argue that the professional relationship between Obama and Ayers could not have been impersonal; the | Read More »

    Inseparable: Obama, Ayers and our Economy

    This is the first in a series of posts which discuss the relationship between Barack Obama, Bill Ayers, and our national economy. The overriding issue in this election is the economy. Every American has been affected by the recent collapse of the credit system. For all but the wealthiest among us, this collapse poses a threat to our economic survival. We may lose our jobs; | Read More »