Yes, you read it right. As a very special offer to its loyal readers, until 10 p.m. Pacific tonight, WND is giving away not one or two, but 7 of its very best Whistleblower magazine special editions – absolutely FREE!
Everyone residing in the United States who subscribes, or renews their subscription, or who gives a gift Whistleblower subscription before the offer ends tonight will receive – FREE – the following 7 special Whistleblower issues:
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This is a definitive, once-and-for-all, legal and historical refutation of the fiction that the Constitution was intended to prohibit or infringe on freedom of religious expression – whether at home, church, school or in the public square.
"It's a myth," said WND Editor and founder Joseph Farah, "and this issue of Whistleblower slam-dunks the case proving that's all it is."
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.
This special Whistleblower issue documents the disturbing story of how the U.S. government abandoned its former program of national defense of American citizens, and why both missile defenses and a comprehensive civil defense shelter system are needed now more than ever before.
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America has thrown open its national doors and laid out the welcome mat for murderers, revolutionaries and terrorist sleeper agents, according to this edition of Whistleblower.
This edition of Whistleblower is a shocking and in-depth exploration of high-tech surveillance and tracking systems now being used on unsuspecting Americans, the rapid move toward human implantation of microchips, futuristic military applications – including brain chips – and what may be the end of privacy.
"Let's face it. The signs are everywhere," WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah says in this edition of Whistleblower magazine. "The Big Media are imploding."
For the first time, WND's acclaimed offline monthly publication focuses its investigative laser beam on the press itself, and the results are simultaneously outrageous and hopeful – even revolutionary.
This is a stunning investigative report on the radical environmentalist movement.
It documents how environmentalist-inspired laws outlawing asbestos caused the early collapse of the World Trade Center, killing thousands; how ferocious western wildfires were largely the result of environmentalist policies; how environmentalist policy elitists want to lock up as much as one-half of the United States as "Wilderness," basically off-limits to humans; why the save-the-rainforest movement is a fraud; and much more.
"This issue of Whistleblower is shattering," said WND's Joseph Farah. "I don't think the reality of abortion and the surrounding issues have ever been communicated in a more compelling way. The story laid out here is comprehensive, documented, gut-wrenching and totally, undeniably, scandalously true. You simply won't be the same after you read it."
Controversial, explosive, truthful
Each monthly edition of WND's popular Whistleblower magazine tackles a single topic – a controversial, often explosive, and almost always politically incorrect topic, but one of immense importance to the lives of Americans.
The current issue – titled "POISON PRESS" – is a stunning indictment of the establishment news media, and an inspiring look at the journalism revolution under way right now on the Internet.
"I guarantee, no matter what you've read about the news media, you've never read anything like what's in this issue of Whistleblower," said Farah. "This is Whistleblower at its best – so insightful and thought-provoking that it literally changes the way you see the world."
"Every one of these issues is a treasure," said WND and Whistleblower Managing Editor David Kupelian. "Each one gives you a definitive, authoritative, and at the same time fascinating and entertaining, journalistic look at some of the most important areas of our lives. The fact that these areas are all but ignored by the establishment press makes these special Whistleblower issues that much more valuable."
This special offer for 7 FREE issues of Whistleblower is good until 10 p.m. Pacific today and while supplies last. Note: This offer is only good for orders shipped within the United States.