WASHINGTON – You’ve heard some of the hot news from Edward Klein’s blockbuster “The Amateur,” high atop the bestsellers lists:
- Barack Obama’s pastor, Jeremiah Wright, spilling the beans that he was offered $150,000 in hush money in 2008 to keep quiet during the election campaign.
- Wright tells the author Obama was steeped in Islam but knew little about Christianity.
- There’s the personality clash between Michelle Obama and Oprah
- Michelle was so upset when Obama lost his race to Bobby Rush, the couple sought marriage counseling with Wright.
And there’s plenty more where that came from.
Klein is the former editor of the New York Times magazine – so this is no right-wing hatchet job – just good, old-fashioned investigative reporting, involving more than 200 interviews.
In “The Amateur” you’ll also discover:
- Why the so-called “centrist” Obama is actually in revolt against the values of the society he was elected to lead
- Why Bill Clinton loathes Barack Obama and tried to get Hillary to run against him in 2012
- How Obama split the Kennedy family
- How Obama has taken more of a personal role in making foreign policy than any president since Richard Nixon – with disastrous results
- How Michelle Obama and Valerie Jarrett are the real powers behind the White House throne
Then there is the sensational book by Jose Rodriguez – “Hard Measures: How Aggressive CIA Actions After 9/11 Saved American Lives.”
While the American public is aware of the CIA’s use of highly controversial “enhanced interrogation techniques,” few know the man who, in the wake of Sept. 11, led all U.S. counter-terrorism operations and oversaw the use of those procedures – procedures that obtained vital and timely intelligence and helped safeguard the nation from future attacks.
Puerto Rican-born Jose A. Rodriguez, Jr., served the United States for 25 years as an undercover officer before bringing his wealth of field knowledge to the CIA’s Counter-terrorism Center; now, in this riveting account and fascinating life story, one of America’s top undercover operatives reveals how hard measures have derailed terrorist activity targeting the U.S., and saved countless American lives. Fully disclosed here for the first time are the undercover operations and tactics implemented during the George W. Bush presidency – which were approved by the highest levels of the U.S. government, certified as legal by the Department of Justice, and supported by bipartisan leadership of congressional intelligence oversight committees.
WND Books has also created a new edition of “The PayPal Wars: Battles With eBay, the Media, the Mafia and the Rest of Planet Earth,” by Eric Jackson.
Bottom line? The 100 million people who use PayPal today have no idea how close it once came to destruction.
When Peter Thiel and Max Levchin launched an online payment website in 1999, they hoped their service could improve the lives of millions around the globe. But when their start-up, PayPal, survived the dot.com crash only to find itself besieged by unimaginable challenges, that dream threatened to become a nightmare. PayPal’s history – as told by former insider Eric Jackson – is an engrossing study of human struggle and perseverance against overwhelming odds. The entrepreneurs that Thiel and Levchin recruited to overhaul world currency markets first had to face some of the greatest trials ever thrown at a Silicon Valley company before they could make internet history.
Business guru Tom Peters, author of “In Search of Excellence,” called the hardcover edition of “The PayPal Wars” “a real page turner” that featured what he called “the best description of business strategy unfolding in a world changing at warp speed.” This new paperback edition features updated material and even more insights on the state of internet commerce.
Here’s what others have said about this title:
“Reads like a spy novel.” -Reason Magazine
“An absorbing insider’s story.” -The Washington Times
“Intense from cover to cover.” -AuctionBytes
“It’s rare that a business book is a page turner, but ‘The PayPal Wars’ is.” -Tech Central Station
Written in an extremely accessible style by the bestselling author, this book is a fact-based but light-hearted look at the key elements, values and beliefs in the Koran. Spencer unveils the mysteries lying behind this powerful book, guiding readers through the controversies surrounding the Koran’s origins and its most contentious passages. Stripping out the obsolete debates, Spencer focuses on the Koran’s decrees toward Jews, Christians and other Infidels, explaining how they were viewed in Muhammad’s time, what they’ve supposedly done wrong and most important, what the Koran has in store for them.
Here’s an older classic bow available exclusively at the WND Superstore: “America, Globalism, and the False Prophet” by Ken Klein.
This is about the United States in prophecy. For centuries students of the Bible, scholars and theologians studied in wonder at the images of the two beasts in the 13th chapter of revelation. Countless attempts have been made to interpret each of these symbols as they relate to human history. Over the past several decades great light has been shed on the first beast, but the second beast is little talked about or understood. It has been a mystery and lurked in the shadow of the first beast for hundreds of years. What about this second beast? As the mounting pressure of terrorism drives the world to a climatic crescendo, two prominent Christians nations step forward to militarily, economically and politically take control for the sake of global peace. As the world faces off, is this merely emergence the natural forces of history, or the surfacing of the second beast; the mysterious False Prophet?
What’s ahead for the Jewish state? Find out:
- Why pursing the peace “process” is not in Israel’s interest.
- Why both the cause of, and the solution to, Israel’s problems and historical Jewish suffering are one in the same.
- The three things Israel must do immediately to insure her survival and provide security for her people.
- How and why a small fringe group hijacked Judaism and led the Jews to one tragedy after another.
Sper maintains that Israel is today without a vision of her future, her economy is in shambles and her people in despair.
“Their hopes for peace have collapsed and there is a complete vacuum of ideas among Israel’s leaders on a new direction, which will lead the country out of her seemingly endless tragedy.”
To end two millennia of Jewish suffering, Sper argues, Israel must reverse the course her leaders chose at Oslo and resume a commitment to the accumulation of Jewish power she began so promisingly in 1948. Sper presents a vision culminating in Israel as a major power and lays out a long-term plan for achieving this goal.
Only by making this journey, argues Sper, can a permanent end to Jewish suffering be realized. With its radical new vision for the future of Israel and the Jewish people based on a remarkably realized plan for a country in turmoil, “The Future of Israel” is the rightful heir to Theodore Hertzl’s ground-breaking “The Jewish State.”