After two years of planning and development,’s founder and editor has launched a new website – a subscription-based, online weekly intelligence newsletter utilizing sources of information he has developed over 25 years as a journalist.

“Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin” debuts today with completely new editions each Monday and spot news updates throughout the week as developments dictate.

G2 Bulletin includes regular sections on the global threat from Islamic terrorism, the Mideast, internal security, the Far East, Europe, intelligence briefings and important news backgrounders as well as top stories and breaking news.

“For many years I have wanted to have a forum like this for stories I come across that are not necessarily double-sourced for the standards of daily journalism, yet they are leads and reports that are very reliable and from very credible sources. My sources are in the Pentagon, on the scene in the Persian Gulf, in Afghanistan, in Israel, in the CIA, the NSA and, of course, military intelligence.”

G2 means intelligence in military jargon, explains Farah.

“I believe this service will be of immense popularity and value as America marches off to war in the coming weeks, but of even greater value in the quieter times of peace,” he explains.

In addition to created and running, the world’s leading independent newssite, Farah writes a daily column for WND and a twice-weekly column for Creators Syndicate. He has written for such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Jerusalem Post, National Review, TV Guide, Reason, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Sun-Times and a host of other national, international and regional publications.

He has traveled the world as a journalist and developed sources wherever he has gone – Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Mideast.

He is the co-author, with U.S. Rep. Richard Pombo, of “This Land is Our Land” (1996), and in 1994 collaborated with Rush Limbaugh on the No. 1 New York Times best seller “See, I Told You So.” His newest book is “Taking America Back.”

NBC television, New World Entertainment and other media giants have sought his expertise as a media consultant.

Joseph Farah made a name for himself with traditional daily newspapers prior to his founding of WorldNetDaily – running the Sacramento Union, directing the news operation of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner for nine years and serving as editor in chief of a group of California dailies and weeklies.

His role as founder of the Western Journalism Center won him the Washington Times Foundation’s National Service Award in 1996. Two years earlier, in 1994, he was honored by the American-Swiss Foundation as one of 20 “Young Leaders” who traveled to Europe for discussions with their distinguished counterparts abroad. Farah’s many journalism awards include honors for everything from reporting to writing headlines to honesty in journalism to editing and newspaper design.

While annual subscriptions to G2 Bulletin are $199, introductory six-month, trial subscriptions are available now for $99.

Check out G2 Bulletin now.

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