“Deconstructing Obama”-Jack Cashill

March 7, 2011
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Barack  & Bill: Just 2 Guys From The Neighborhood

Barack & Bill: Just 2 Guys From The Neighborhood

Convincing, detailed, compulsively readable investigation of (among many things) the close relationship between Barack Obama and unrepentant terrorist Bill Ayers.  Not, as Obama finessed,  “…just a guy in my neighborhood,” Ayers probably wrote “Dreams From My Father.”  A giant step toward solving the mystery of how a basically mediocre slickster from who-knows-where became President of the USA. More perplexing is how a willfully blind public would allow this to happen.

Read Jamie Glazov’s interview with author Jack Cashill at FrontPageMag.com.

From 2008, Michael Reagan answers “Why Ayers Matters”‘ at Human Events.

Read Jack Kerwick’s review of the book at American Thinker.

Dozens of helpful links at Akdart.com on the mystery that is Obama both here and here.

Much deserved praise for Jack Cashill’s expose by Herbert E. Meyer at American Thinker.

Another review by John C. Drew at NewsRealBlog.

Go to Jack Cashill’s website for links to  more of his writing.

3 Responses to “Deconstructing Obama”-Jack Cashill

  1. Excellent site. A lot of helpful information here. I am sending it to some friends ans also sharing in delicious. And certainly, thanks on your effort!

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  3. […] UPDATE 3/24/13: The wages of sin are a taxpayer-funded honorarium due a notorious “celebrity” coupled with the respectable title of “Visiting Scholar.”  To a considerable extent, Bill can also boast with some credibility of effecting the most revolutionary coup in American political history: the creation of a mythical fantasy named Barack Obama. […]

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