Hillary Clinton & Amelia Earhart

Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26, 1947) is the 67th United States Secretary of State, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. Amelia Mary Earhart (July 24, 1897 – disappeared 1937) was a noted American aviation pioneer and author. 3.7/5

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Oprah, Hillary Clinton and Amelia Earhart were Alpha Girls. Find out the truth behind the conspiracy, right here -
Well behaved women rarely make history ? You mean like Oprah? Hillary Clinton? Michelle Obama? Amelia Earhart? Ohhh that's right you're quoting a *** lol
You ever want to see an Amelia Earhart movie? Wait until Hillary Clinton gets the presidency. If recent history is any indication white women's suffrage film production will be at an all time high [yes, specifically white]. Since the Obama administration the amount of revisionist history/servant/slavery/blow up the White House films I've seen advertised has been ridiculous. Please miss me with that "12 Years a Slave" film, I couldn't care less who's in it.
So I just found out I'm related to all these extraordinary people! Walt Disney-10th cousin, Peter Alekseyevich-Emperor of Russia-31st grandfather, Laura bush-9th cousin, Amelia Earhart-8th cousin, Jane Austen-7th cousin, Catherine the great- empress of Russia-30th great grandmother, Jesse James- 8th cousins, Mark Twain- 5th cousin, Hillary Clinton-8th cousin, Lyndon B Johnson- 36th president of USA-7th cousin!! It so sweet learning about family history!
Studies have found that young girls consider less than ideal celebrities as role models--you know, the ones who exit their limos without their panties, and get busted for DUIs and drugs, and take their marriage vows seriously for 72 hours, and are anorexic. These young girls' ideas about beauty, self-image, their sexuality (as they age), and their approaches to life are based on these lackluster characters. But there are thousands of women (famous and unkown) throughout history and today who've inspired, who've made an impression, who've made a difference. These are the women whose lives should be discussed and celebrated in schools and at home--everyone from Helen Keller and Amelia Earhart to Oprah Winfrey and Hillary Clinton. If we chose to be proactive and introduce these true role models to girls at a young age, we can lessen the influence of the Lindsay Lohans and Kim Kardashians of the world. And of course young girls should also look up to their female school teachers for inspiration and guida ...
Seventy-five years after Amelia Earhart disappeared while attempting to circumnavigate the world, the search for the wreckage of her twin-engine Lockheed Electra will resume this summer.
In 2012, the search for Amelia Earhart continues, and new findings have excited many – including Hillary Clinton...
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Alexandra Petri: I know where to look for Amelia Earhart: Hillary Clinton gave her support Tuesday to the revive...
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