EVIDENCE: OBAMA/AYERS SHARED AND WORKED TOGETHER
|115 S. Sangamon Street, Chicago, Illinois|
NEW NOTE: 1-3-2013
I know, I know...everyone and their mother understands that Obama and Ayers did know each other more than from a casual distance. More than what Obama has said anyway...that their kids went to the same school together. (That is odd since there kids can't possibly be near the same age). Nevertheless, I thought I would re-post this story from last March anyway, and I hope the reason is obvious. The truth matters, and America isn't getting it in the MSM...so be default it becomes our job to tell the story. -W.E.
This isn't just compelling evidence that Barack Obama and terrorist Bill Ayers shared office space, it is PROOF. Think of the ramifications of just this piece of evidence. Our President was hanging out with a guy who likes to blow up Federal buildings like the Pentagon? Add that to the rest of his sorted past and you get this answer: We have a far, far, far left RADICAL in the White House and his policies come from that point of view. Here is another "funny" thing..whoever wins the Republican nomination won't use any of this against Obama. Isn't that a bit odd? It's almost like we have a SHADOW GOVERNMENT pulling the strings behind the scenes. Okay, call me kooky. - W.E.
Recently I stopped by VerumSerum, which unfortunately will be no more, before long. John is joining the Breitbart staff.
Bill Ayers and Barack Obama shared an office. Ayers’ Small Schools Workshop, the one Obama directed all that money to is located at 115 S. Sangamon Street, Chicago, Illinois 60607.The following is verification of the Small Schools Workshop, which VerumSerum captured from the page footer:
In 1998, the address for the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, where Obama presumably worked, was 115 S. Sangamon Street, Chicago, Illinois 60607. Here’s a copy of their 1998 tax return with that address:
The CAC moved to a new address sometime in 1999 or 2000, but the shared office probably persisted for at least three years. I can’t say for sure because 1998 is the earliest tax information available online. [Correction: I can say for sure that they shared the same building for the years 1995-1998. Here is a 1995 progress reportfrom the CAC with the same address.]Note that Obama was elected to the Illinois State Senate in 1996, but continued with a couple of CAC initiatives. Here is how the Chicago Annenberg Challenge and the Small Schools Workshop worked (from my previous post):
The University of Illinois released documents yesterday that propelled this conversation forward. Barack Obama and Weatherman terrorist Bill Ayers, who spent a number of years on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List, were the leading powers behind a massive educational reform for the city of Chicago. Then Secretary of Education, William Bennett stated that the Chicago educational system was the worst in the Nation. William Ayers prepared the proposal that got the seed money for the education reform program that would become the Chicago Annenberg Challenge – some $50M from the Annenberg Foundation, which was then matched by philanthropists and business interests – to total over $100M for Chicago’s failing school system. With the money came the need for a organization – hence the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) was formed. The Chairman of the Board was Barack Obama. William Ayers was an ex-officio board member. The two attended meetings together…how often is not yet known. Obama and Ayers presided over a very powerful political duo: The CAC headed by Obama and The Collaborative, co-chaired by Ayers. It allegedly worked like this: “Programs” would apply to the CAC for an educational grant. Some programs were chosen, and others were not. Before the CAC was disbanded, almost all, if not all, of the monies were spent.From Stanley Kurtz:
During Obama’s time as Annenberg board chairman, Ayers’s own education projects received substantial funding. Indeed, during its first year, the Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) struggled with significant concerns about possible conflicts of interest. With a writ to aid Chicago’s public schools, the Annenberg challenge played a deeply political role in Chicago’s education wars, and as Annenberg board chairman, Obama clearly aligned himself with Ayers’s radical views on education issues. With Obama heading up the board and Ayers heading up the other key operating body of the Annenberg Challenge, the two would necessarily have had a close working relationship for years.From my previous post Why the Obama-Ayers Connection Matters:
The Chicago Annenberg Challenge (CAC) was phased out in 2001, after Obama and Ayers had spent the money, many times on nothing whatsoever to do with improving Chicago’s failing schools. The CAC became the Chicago Public Education Fund. Obama served on the Board’s Leadership Council for approximately, along with Bill Ayers’ father, Thomas Ayers, and Ayers’ brother John.Can anyone really believe, with any degree of honesty, that Ayers was “just a guy” in Obama’s “neighborhood?”
In addition to the CAC, Obama and Bill Ayers co-chaired “A clearing-house for ideas, for resources…” known as the Collaborative for five years (1995-2000).