Obama’s pal Bill Ayers was unavailable for comment.

Eric Owens of the Daily Caller reports.

America 2015: Proposed Illinois Law Would Ban TERRORIST PROFESSORS

An Illinois state legislator has introduced a bill that would prevent anyone who has been convicted of crimes related to terrorism from teaching courses at taxpayer-funded colleges and universities.

The author of the legislation — Illinois House Bill 150 — is Rep. Charlie Meier, a rural-district Republican, The State Journal-Register reports.

The bill comes on the heels of a bizarro trend of terrorist hiring by the three-school University of Illinois system.

In the latest instance, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign — the semi-prestigious flagship school of the state’s college system — hired, then sacked, then re-hired James Kilgore, a felon convicted of murder and a former member of the infamous Symbionese Liberation Army.

The Symbionese Liberation Army was the notorious terrorist organization that kidnapped newspaper heiress Patty Hearst. The group also attempted two bank robberies. Kilgore participated in a 1975 bank robbery during which bank customer Myrna Opsahl was murdered.

Opsahl, who bled to death on the floor of the bank, was a 42-year-old mother of four.

After a nearly three-decade life on the lam spent largely in South Africa under the alias John Pape, Kilgore was extradited in 2002 and served six years in prison in the U.S. for second-degree murder. While on the run, he got a Ph.D.

After serving his time, Kilgore reunited with his wife, Teresa Barnes, who had found a job as a history professor at the University of Illinois.