WOW! This is one name that seems to be out there so much today with e-mails that are under question, and her approach to answering questions about the e-mails seems to be just like her answers to Benghazi: "What does it matter?" But Hillary Rodham Clinton has not had trouble around her just since she was in the White House with Bill her husband—no sir, Hillary Rodham has always seemed to be around questionable ideas and actions. Let us delve into her past just to see what we are discussing here. Hillary Rodham Clinton's past is so deeply buried in what was once called Communist ideology that to expose it all will take another 2 or 3 articles to display this evil lady's past properly. We can start by referring you to another article written by us to show this, but this one will go even deeper than that one did.
Hillary Rodham was born on an October day in 1947, in Park Ridge, Illinois. In 1964, when she was but 17, she worked for and supported a Republican named Barry Goldwater. The very next year, Hillary Rodham marched off to Wellesley College in Massachusetts. Here she would find the underbelly of the Democratic beast she would grow to admire and honor like a god. But it was a Marxist/Maoist theoretician named Carl Oglesby who would bend her mind into shape with an article titled "Change or Containment," which was published in Motive, a magazine for college-age Methodists. Carl Oglesby was not just a theoretician, he was also the leader of the Students for a Democratic Society, and the article he wrote defended Ho Chi Minh, Fidel Castro, and the Maoist actions of violence. The idea of the article displayed "certain cultural settings" about the American capitalism, which made people seem to feel inequitably and oppressively treated, which caused them pain and rage that erupted into violence.
The following is from this link:
"Hillary later said that the Motive article had played a key role in her metamorphosis from Goldwater Republican in 1964 to leftist Democrat in 1968. During her years as First Lady of the United States, Mrs. Clinton would tell a Newsweek reporter that she still treasured the Oglesby piece."
 Barbara Olson, Hell to Pay (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 1999), pp. 59-59.
Now one has to wonder why this lady decided at an early age to follow the ranting of what seems to have been a pure Communist or an individual hell bent on hating the United States. It was in 1968 when Hillary Rodham ended her affiliation with the Young Republican party at Wellesley and worked with Eugene McCarthy, the antiwar Democrat. Once again, we cite the web site to show Hillary Rodham and how she converted from Republican to Democrat.
"When McCarthy later dropped out of the Democratic primary, Hillary threw her support behind the Party's eventual nominee, Hubert Humphrey. From that point forward, wrote Barbara Olson in her 1999 book Hell to Pay, "Republicans were the enemy and the enemy was allied with evil -- the evils of war, racism, sexism, and poverty.""
 Ibid., p. 37.
Check the very last part of that out and see if it matches what present day Hillary Rodham Clinton says: Republicans are war mongers, racists, sexists, and producers of poverty.
Hillary Rodham, by some weird instance, just happened to be in Chicago in 1968 when the Chicago Seven began the riot by the Democratic National Convention. Hillary Rodham was there for three nights of the mayhem. One has to wonder what she was doing there and why she was there instead of at Wellesley College.
The next year, 1969, the year John McCain was a prisoner in North Vietnam, Hillary Rodham wrote a senior thesis about the Saul Alinsky theories. Hillary Rodham actually wrote to and met with Saul Alinsky to discuss his ideas several times in 1968. Hillary Rodham actually liked Saul Alinsky and his somewhat Socialistic/Communistic ideologies. In conclusion of her senior thesis she wrote;
"Alinsky is regarded by many as the proponent of a dangerous socio/political philosophy. As such, he has been feared -- just as Eugene Debs [the five-time Socialist Party candidate for U.S. President] or Walt Whitman or Martin Luther King has been feared, because each embraced the most radical of political faiths -- democracy."
Her conclusion also included this sentence: "If the ideals Alinsky espouses were actualized, the result would be social revolution."
Yes, Hillary Rodham called Socialism a "democracy." One has to really wonder just how anyone can call Socialism a democracy when it does not allow for the freedoms our nation has now. But it only gets worse—or better, depending on how far left or right of left one is. The last part has to open some eyes unless they, too, are part of the socialist ideology.
Hillary Rodham went as far as to state her belief that President Lyndon Johnson did not go far enough with his antipoverty program—it did not "redistribute" the wealth enough among the people of the United States, and it did not give enough power to the poor. We wish this was all made up and not real, but this is just what Hillary Rodham thought and still thinks today. It is the Socialistic approach to taking from the rich--those that work--and give to the poor--those that don't want to work. This has never worked anywhere on earth and it would not work today.
Just how close was Hillary to Saul Alinsky? Comes to be that she was offered a job by Saul Alinsky at the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) in Chicago. Once again, it comes back to Chicago, where the Socialists/Communists seem to have set up shop to work against the liberty of the United States. Hillary Rodham did not take that job; instead, she went to Yale Law School. She did continue to correspond with him, even while she went to Yale. She wrote to Saul Alinsky many times, and one letter was discovered from 1971.
In a letter dated July 8, 1971, Hillary penned a letter to Alnsky that began: "Dear Saul, When is that new book [Rules for Radicals] coming out—or has it come and I somehow missed the fulfillment of Revelation? I have just had my one-thousandth conversation about Reveille [for Radicals] and need some new material to throw at people. You are being rediscovered again as the New Left-type politicos are finally beginning to think seriously about the hard work and mechanics of organizing. I seem to have survived law school, slightly bruised, with my belief in and zest for organizing intact."
In this, Hillary Rodham shows her discontent for the Free United States spirit and sides with the "new left" which now represents the Socialists/Communists working progressives. But it just keeps getting interesting from here, and we will show a bit more before ending this article to prepare you for the second of this series.
We honor the Vietnam Veterans, but Hillary Rodham did not—although she says she does now, she had radical ideas, and in May of 1970, she led demonstrations against the Vietnam War. Today, Hillary Rodham Clinton would like for the Vietnam Veterans not to remember that she was not just a part of anti-Vietnam rallies.
She began to delve into the Marxist ideologies while at Yale.
RADICAL INFLUENCES AT YALE LAW SCHOOL
At Yale, Hillary was strongly influenced by the radical theoretician Duncan Kennedy, founder of the academic movement known as critical legal studies, which, drawing on the works of the Frankfurt School, viewed law as a "social construct" that corrupt power structures routinely exploited as an instrument of oppression to protect and promote their own bourgeois values at the expense of the poor and disenfranchised. Advocates of critical legal studies were interested in revolutionary change and the building of a new society founded on Marxist principles."
Hillary Rodham had found her spot; she found her calling, here with the Marxist/Socialist ideologies that she would never back away from even today. Here we will end this part of our deep probe into Hillary Rodham Clinton's past just so you can see her theories, ideologies, and wishes as she showed them to all before now—and like now, when the bad parts pop up, she tries to bury them with lies and deceit, just like Saul Alinsky showed her to do in order to obtain what she wants.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.