Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Bill Ayers, today a retired professor in postmodern education reform is an unrepentant domestic terrorist and Barack Obama's political mentor. He was never prosecuted on a technicality. Ayers is still legitimizing his heinous acts and perceives the morality until today as valid.

Feb. 3, 2015 Today at 6PM ET Dinesh D'Souza and Bill Ayers in an epic confrontation. 

Today at 6PM ET Dinesh D'Souza will go head-to-head once again with 60's radical, Bill Ayers on the University of Michigan campus on the topic "What’s so exceptional about America?" You can watch live from anywhere in the world! Just use the link on the website to register in advance:

There are many things that make America exceptional, but progressives like Ayers don’t like to admit it. In fact, if they had their way, America’s standing in the world would be continually reduced until we were no different in reputation or power than any other country. In this debate, D’Souza will set the record straight: America affords opportunities to its people that are unmatched by every other country on the planet.

William Charles "Bill" Ayers (born December 26, 1944 in Oak Park, Illinois) is retired professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and former Chicago community organizer. He is best known as a founder of the internationally supported terrorist Weather Underground Organization (WUO), and as a good friend of U.S. President Barack Obama. The WUO has often mistakenly been labeled as a Vietnam War era protest organization, however many of the organizations activities continued well past the end of American involvement in Vietnam. Ayers is the husband of terrorist Bernardine Dohrn.

In 1968, Ayers became leader of the Students for a Democratic Society, and then a prominent leader of the violent "Weatherman group." The group was associated with other international communist guerrilla and terrorist groups, including the Vietcong. Its objective was the furtherance of Soviet foreign policy and the defeat of the U.S. in Vietnam. In May 1970, the organization issued a Declaration of War against the United States authored by Bernardine Dohrn who was later to become Ayers wife but not until other members of the group, including Ayers girlfriend at the time, blew themselves up in a bomb making factory in Greenwich Village New York City.

The WUO was responsible for roughly 72 bombings in all, including the United States Capitol (March 1 1971), The Pentagon (May 19 1972), the United States Department of State (January 28 1975) and numerous other targets. In 1969, the Weather Underground planted a bomb at a statue dedicated to police casualties in the 1886 Haymarket Riot. The statue was blown into pieces, but was rebuilt in 1970. It was blown up again by the Weather Underground, five months later.

Ayers stated, "I'm not so much against the war as I am for a Vietnamese victory," and "I'm not so much for peace as for a U.S. defeat." In 1970, Ayers explained what the Weather Underground was all about: "Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, kill your parents, that's where it's really at." (Conservapedia)