Lewinsky, powerful serial rapists, ignorance about home schooling, and Germany’s Nazi-era law against family and religious rights

Monica Lewinsky has come out of hiding, the only Clinton victim Controlled Media wanted to talk about

The Congress had the evidence of much greater crimes than cheating on his wife, and not even just the sexual harassment while governor of Paula Jones. There are the rapes denounced by Juanita Broaddrick, Elizabeth Ward (one former Miss Arkansas), rapes and assaults reported from Kathleen Wiley, Eileen Wellstone, Carolyn Moffet, others from Yale, and so on.

Hillary is a front-runner for the Democratic Party presidential nomination in 2016, just like she was in 2008, but the testimony from at least one of her husband’s victims is that she made threats to keep her quiet. This is bound to come out during the political season, and the usual gullible crowd will try to bring out the “conspiracy theory” as epithet again.

So what about the rape victims?

Great feminist she is, Hillary Clinton, said all of those dozen or so women who publicly accused her husband of rape and assault were all part of a conspiracy. The great feminists that they are that care so much about women’s rights, the National Organization for Women, kept a great deafening silence about this apparent serial rapist in such high office.

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NiSource, an Indiana company, refused to hire a home-school graduate.

Homeschool.com notes that in public schools, the average scores for reading, language and math is at 50 percent.

But

homeschoolers score in the 89 percentile in reading, 84th in language, 84th in math and 86th in science.

As

college freshman, they carry a grade point average of 3.41, compared to the 3.12 for other students. As seniors, they outscore others 3.46 to 3.16.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/05/company-bans-homeschooled-workers/#rhjGA82QvrWKyj0j.99

And here’s a 15-year old college grad who was home-schooled:

http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/Family/2014/0506/Homeschool-teen-graduates-college-at-15

Religious rights and family rights and children’s rights under fire:

http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/supreme-court-demands-obama-response/

Germany admits the ban on home schooling is to make everybody be good subjects of the state. And Obama agrees there’s no problem?

The German Supreme Court said it was banning “religiously

or philosophically motivated” homeschooling”. Only government approved religion and philosophy is acceptable in a tyrannical state.

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