The Genocide of Battered Mothers and their Children

Fatherless America? Yes indeed! More than a quarter (27%) of U.S. presidents — a majority of U.S. presidents in America’s first 50 years grew up Fatherlessness!

In domestic law on November 7, 2013 at 3:19 am

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Claudine Dombrowski‘s insight:

More than a quarter (27%) of U.S. presidents — 
a majority of U.S. presidents in America’s first 50 years:

U.S. President Gen. George Washington – America’s first founding father, first president, and most beloved hero.

U.S. President Thomas Jefferson – America’s third president, and primary author of the Declaration of Independence

U.S. President James Monroe – America’s fifth president

U.S. President Andrew Jackson – America’s seventh president

U.S. President Andrew Johnson – America’s seventeenth president

U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes – America’s nineteenth president

U.S. President James A. Garfield – America’s twentieth president

U.S. President Grover Cleveland – America’s twenty-second president

U.S. President Herbert Hoover – America’s thirty-first president

U.S. President Gerald Ford – America’s thirty-eighth president

U.S. President William Jefferson Clinton – America’s forty-second president

U.S. President Barack Obama – America’s forty-fourth president

U.S. vice presidents:

U.S. Vice President Aaron Burr – America’s third vice president, founding father

U.S. Vice President Schuyler Colfax – America’s seventeenth vice president

U.S. Vice President Charles Curtis – America’s thirty-sixth vice president

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