Isn't it strange how the Republicans claim to want less government - except when it comes to telling women what they can and can't do with their own bodies and minds? Can we use the ballot boxes to overthrow the thieves running our country? It's going to take a new charismatic leader to do it - someone who can educate the masses and acquire enough followers to get new leadership throughout. Someone like a Ralph Nader - but with a personality. One can only marvel at the stupidity of….
Museum Puts Nude Photos Off-Limits Bush, Hillary Clinton Were Required To Pose In College
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The Smithsonian Institution has cut off all public access to a collection of nude photographs taken of generations of college students, some of whom went on to become leaders in American culture and government. The pictures at first were taken to study posture. Later they were made by a researcher examining what he believed to be a relationship between body shape and intelligence. All freshmen here at Yale and at some of the other colleges and universities involved were required to pose in the nude. Among those who were presumably subject to the practice are George Bush and Hillary Rodham Clinton, but it is not known whether their photos ever wound up at the Smithsonian, which, although having made its collection of the pictures available to researchers, has never displayed them. DeAngelis, assistant general counsel at the Smithsonian, said today in explaining its decision to seal the entire collection, even to researchers. The pictures will remain off limits, she said, until the Smithsonian completes an investigation of how it acquired them and whether it has rights to them.
Stripping away the veils of imagery which mask the imperfections of Hillary Rodham Clinton, "Hillary Clinton Nude" presents a non-partisan yet passionate case against a second Clinton presidency. Author Sheldon Filger has written a bombshell of a political book, conveying a warning to the American people of the dire risks to the nations continuity should the former First Lady succeed in fulfilling her ultimate political ambition. More than just another Hillary Clinton book, "Hillary Clinton Nude" is a sobering commentary on the state of American politics in the new century, and the influence of money, image making and celebrity power in the debasement of meaningful political discussion in the United States.
The New Orleans-born artist has been depicting the Democrat since her first bid for office, transforming the Hillary we're used to seeing in press photos into a Marilyn, a Gothic American -- even a Teletubby. On Sole's website , she showcases a menagerie of these Hillary-themed images, decadent scenes seemingly ripped from a superfan's daydreams some of which feature the artist herself. The fiction gets sweeter on her " Hillary and I " blog. Yes, there's a fictional painting to go with it. Sole has never met Hillary.