Over at Politico, a young reader tosses out a missive of instructive clarity, which a reporter instructively disowns, on the touchy subject of anti-Americanism. Clarity on this subject is always refreshing, standing as it does in contrast with the resolute imprecision and prevarication of the reporting on it. For instance, Mr. William Ayers is said to be an ‘anti-Vietnam War radical,’ which is like saying that Tiger Woods is a good caddie. It is quite true, but madly misleading in its incompleteness. Strictly speaking, the phrase to describe Ayers is an anti-American terrorist and revolutionary, whose career has consisted of war and subversion against our country. Reader Ben is hereby invited to contact us about bringing that fine clarity to Redstate.