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July’s edition of Whistleblower magazine (formerly WorldNet) presents a breathtaking investigative report on the debate between evolutionists and creationists.

Titled “EVOLUTION: The basis of all life, or a fairy tale for scientists who reject God?” – “this issue is a clear, in-depth and, I would say, jaw-dropping report on the all-important issue of the origins of life,” said Managing Editor David Kupelian.

Ironically, while the almost sacrosanct theory of evolution is coming under spectacular scientific assault from every direction, at the same time its adherents have brought about a new censorship movement in America.

Just what are these three dissenters from today’s rigid orthodoxy – and countless other teachers and scientists like them – teaching about evolution that the scientific and educational establishment find so dangerous that they would resort to stifling free speech and discussion about it?

More to the point: Are criticisms of Darwinism really, as its proponents claim, unscientific speculation and religious myths and therefore unworthy of being taught? Or, as proponents of intelligent design allege, are the evolutionists simply unable to withstand any criticism because their widely believed and fiercely protected theory is itself just a fantastic speculation, unsupported by evidence?

“The July issue of Whistleblower Magazine is WND’s best shot at answering these questions,” said Kupelian.

“Readers interested in the subject of evolution vs. intelligent design simply must read this issue,” added Kupelian. “It’s the kind of journalism that actually can change the way people think about the issue.”

Each monthly edition of Whistleblower focuses entirely on a different “big-issue” topic – generally dealing with the kind of crucial issues that are either ignored or given the “lite” treatment by other media organizations. March, for instance, featured a blockbuster expose of the Federal Reserve System; April delved into the legal strategies employed by the “tax honesty movement”; May exposed the dangerous practices of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank; and June presented an unusually clear and powerful analysis of runaway government spending and what it will take to stop it. More recently, Whistleblower tackled “Guns in America” in August, and “The deliberate dumbing-down of American schools” in September.

Subscribe to Whistleblower now and receive a free “No Spin Zone” bumper sticker. “No Spin Zone” is the much-anticipated upcoming book by Fox News Channel phenom Bill O’Reilly, which will be available on WorldNetDaily Oct. 1. In fact, WND will send you the bumper sticker even if you only purchase a single copy of Whistleblower magazine.

Upcoming issues include special investigative reports on abortion, dangerous vaccines, social security, the “drug war,” Christian persecution in America, multiculturalism, secret societies, radical environmentalism, the U.N. and globalism, and much more.

“I promise you will be rocked by this issue of Whistleblower,” said Editor and CEO Joseph Farah. “It’s hard to see how any reasonable person could not be profoundly affected by the material presented here.”

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