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Mar 23, 2013 Comments Off Jake Hammer



Leader of the Weather Underground, a domestic terrorist group of the 1960s and ’70s

Excerpted from THE DAILY CALLER:

School officials at Minnesota State University Moorhead have selected left-wing radical and admitted terrorist Bill Ayers as the 2013 College of Education and Human Services “visiting scholar,” according to Campus Reform.

In an announcement last month, MSUM proclaimed that Ayers’s campus-wide address would be called “Teaching from the Heart: Education for Enlightenment and Freedom.”

Ayers reportedly spent three days on the school’s campus. Social justice was the big theme of his visit.

Steve Grineski, a professor in MSUM’s School of Teaching and Learning, said that Ayers’ radical past doesn’t bother the school’s administration.

“I guess if they had been really concerned, they would have canceled his presentation and not allowed us to do it,” Grineski told Campus Reform.

Grineski added that he and his colleagues chose to celebrate and honor Ayers because of his long history of trying to commingle own social justice principles with the American education system.

While Ayers received a stipend for his appearance at MSUM, the taxpayer-funded school refused to disclose how much it was.

Ayers, the son of a former CEO of Commonwealth Edison, was a co-founder of the Weather Underground, a communist revolutionary group.

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