How and why do questions become "Not Available" on Yedda after they are posted?
I dunno Pat D...
I just tried to send out a Q about Jarrett, Valerie, to see how well others really Know her...
Yedda ate my question.
That sounds fishy.
Do you think they did this intentionally? Why don't you post it again?
I hope Valerie does not have close friends at Yedda.
Good Morning Pat D,
I saw what you meant. I think Yedda is scared of Valerie Jarrett. They don't want anything bad said about her. There goes the freedom of speech.
I received the question from Dawg this Am but for some reason, it was in my "spam" folder. There's no doubt that AOL and other media doesn't like anyone questioning the bHo whitehouse. They are so biased that it is laughable. I started out on the internet with AOL but dropped them as my ISP when they went to free email. I still get most of my email with them but I don't read their website or their offerings. I hope Yedda isn't falling into that category too.
Hey I was just wondering what others really knew about her? From what I am reading, she has connections to some seedy characters. Does any of the following raise any red flags for you?
**Valerie Jarrett was born in November 1956 to American parents in Shiraz, Iran, where her father -- a renowned physician -- ran a children's hospital. When Valerie was five, her family relocated to London for one year before settling in Chicago's elite Hyde Park neighborhood in 1963.
Valerie Jarrett's mother, Barbara Taylor Bowman, co-founded the Erickson Institute in Chicago and still serves on its Board of Trustees. Tom Ayers, the father of Bill Ayers, was a one-time fellow trustee of the Institute. According to WorldNet Daily's Brad O'Leary, the Erickson board also included Bill Ayers' wife, Bernadine Dohrn. For his part, Bill Ayers called Bowman "a neighbor and friend" in his 1997 book A Kind and Just Parent, noting that his neighbors also included Louis Farrakhan and "writer Barack Obama."
Jarrett earned a B.A. in psychology from Stanford University in 1978, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School in 1981. In 1983 she married Dr. William Robert Jarrett, son of the Chicago Sun-Times reporter Vernon Jarrett. Vernon Jarrett was a pioneering black journalist who wrote columns for The Chicago Defender extolling Communist poet Langston Hughes and lifelong Stalinists W.E.B. DuBoisand Paul Robeson. He freelanced at Kansas City's The Call from 1954-58, then returned to Chicago to become the first nationally syndicated black columnist for the Chicago Tribune, and still later wrote for the Chicago Sun-Times. Mr. Jarrett once sat on a union publicity committee with Frank Marshall Davis, the Communist poet who occasionally counseled the young Barack Obama. When Vernon Jarrett died in 2004, he was saluted in the pages ofPeople's Weekly Worker, the house organ of the Communist Party USA.
And another post bit the dust... This should be #6...
PatD I sent you an answer to this Question whick seems to have disapeared too
Fighting the system
Oh well Merry X'mas
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