Through 10 p.m. Pacific today only, WND is giving away three blockbuster special issues of its acclaimed Whistleblower magazine that expose some of the biggest threats to the American republic.
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"THE MYTH OF CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION" shows conclusively that the entire "constitutional separation of church and state" is a recent fabrication of activist judges who have ignored the Constitution's clear meaning. Indeed, says U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist in that issue, "There is simply no historical foundation for the proposition that the Framers intended to build the 'wall of separation' [between church and state]."
Starting with the famous 1801 letter written by the Baptists of Danbury, Conn., to newly elected President Thomas Jefferson – and Jefferson's brief response, in which he coined the phrase "a wall of separation between church and state" to assure his constituents that the new Constitution would not establish a national church or otherwise infringe on their religious liberties – this special Whistleblower edition attacks the church-state issue from every conceivable angle.
The other two free issues include the following:
"TAX REVOLT," which is devoted entirely to an in-depth, critical analysis of the various arguments income-tax opponents are using to challenge the IRS and the 16th Amendment. When you sign your 1040 tax form on penalty of perjury, are you relinquishing your 5th-Amendment right against self-incrimination? Is the income tax voluntary? Can employers stop withholding from their workers' paychecks? And was the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ever properly ratified? This groundbreaking investigative report presents an in-depth, objective journalistic examination of the income tax, the 16th Amendment, the IRS, and the legal strategies employed by those fighting "the system." (Note: Before September 2001 Whistleblower was named WorldNet magazine.)
"LAW-LESS": From the Supreme Court on down, America's judiciary, once representing the hope of justice, equality under law and protection of the innocent, has largely become just the opposite – persecutor of the innocent, protector of the corrupt and destroyer of the Constitution, according to this stunning edition of Whistleblower.
America's 'Killer Culture'
Each month, WND's popular monthly magazine tackles a single topic – a topic of vital importance to WND readers, but ignored or underreported by the establishment press.
The current issue, titled "KILLER CULTURE," focuses on America's increasingly bizarre youth culture -- pierced, tattooed, and hyper-sexualized. If you've ever wondered why obscene rap music and gangland clothing, extreme "body modification," every type of sexual experience, drug abuse and other harmful behaviors have taken such a powerful hold on today's young people -- and at progressively younger and younger ages – December's Whistleblower has some alarming answers.
An edition in the works for nearly a year, "KILLER CULTURE" sheds an unprecedented journalistic light on how and why, to many observers, today's youth culture increasingly resembles the wanton, pagan days of Sodom and Gomorrah.
"This may well be the most important Whistleblower issue we've ever done," said WND founder and Editor Joseph Farah. "What could be more important than our children? And this issue provides both terrifying information and real answers needed to deal with today's toxic youth culture."
This special offer for the three FREE in-depth Whistleblower reports on the income tax, America's out-of-control judiciary, and the myth of church-state separation, ends at 10 p.m. Pacific today (Thursday).
- SUBSCRIBE to Whistleblower before Thursday, Dec. 11 at 10 p.m. Pacific and receive – FREE – the blockbuster special Whistleblower issues on "THE MYTH OF CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION," "LAW-LESS," AND "TAX REVOLT." Offer good while supplies last.
- RENEW your Whistleblower subscription before Thursday, Dec. 11 at 10 p.m. Pacific and receive – FREE – the blockbuster special Whistleblower issues on "THE MYTH OF CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION," "LAW-LESS," AND "TAX REVOLT." Offer good while supplies last.