"I've compiled a greatest hits collection of ACORN and Schakowsky. I reserved two hours of my day for the congresscritter, below you will find the result of my labors. Each link comes from Schakowsky's congressional web site."I know John won't mind me saying that we both urge YOU to archive web pages from your elected officials' web sites. As John did with Schakowsky, I have done with a Chicago city council member (see "Alderman Joe Moore, ACORN and SEIU "). Let's hold the SOB's to their words, including the ones they delete and later try to deny. Liberals love to revise history - let's not let them get away with it.
Tip 1: If you try to access web page but it seems to have disappeared, try clicking "Cached" in the search results.
Tip 2: Sometimes pages don't actually disappear, but are assigned new URL's. So, to quickly find a word or phrase on a website, use Google's advanced search, and go to "Search within a site or domain:" Enter the URL, without the "http://" or "www." For example, to search for "ACORN" on Jan Schakowsky's website (www.janschakowsky.org), you would only enter "janschakowsky.org" there. Click to see the results of that search.