Today is the last day WND readers can get a free autographed copy of "The Manchurian President" – the New York Times best-seller that's shaking the White House with its in-depth, authoritative and never-before-reported documentation of Barack Obama's past and present ties to "communists, socialists and other anti-American extremists."
"The response to this offer has been gigantic," said WND Managing Editor David Kupelian, "bigger I believe than any similar offer we've made in the last 10 years. Since it expires tonight at 10 p.m. Pacific, we decided to offer one last reminder for those who haven't acted on it yet." So what's it all about?
The antidote to Obama
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"America is – is no longer, uh, what it could be – what it, it once was. And I say to myself, I don't want that future for my children." – Barack Obama to a 7-year-old girl asking why he wanted to be president, Elkhart, Indiana, Aug. 6, 2008
Whether Barack Obama is apologizing about America to a 7-year-old child or to European and Muslim world leaders, after 18 months as president there is no longer any doubt about which direction he's taking America: Down.
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By every objective measure, it's clear that President Obama and those surrounding and guiding him are firmly committed to ending, once and for all, America's economic, military and moral leadership in the world.
However, the problem with that, as the July issue of Whistleblower magazine powerfully documents, is that history proves the only thing that has prevented the world from plunging into utter darkness and tyranny has been America's leadership, strength, courage, generosity and legendary liberty – in short, its exceptionalism.
"'AMERICA THE EXCEPTIONAL' is the antidote to Obama and his vision of a dependent, enfeebled, American socialist utopia," said David Kupelian, managing editor of WorldNetDaily and Whistleblower. "It transports readers to the real America – the nation they loved as a child, the 'shining city on a hill' our founders gave us and the Pilgrims dreamed about and courageously pursued."
As Kupelian writes in this issue:
Out of the thousands of years of suffering and oppression that comprise human history, a light burns brightly for just a couple of hundred years. The American experiment: a revolutionary idea that the common man can be free, master of his own government, so long as he himself is ruled by God. For a short time this brilliant young country dazzles all the world and all of history, not just with its power and productivity and progress, but with its goodness.
No question about it. For two centuries America has been the leader of the free world and inspiration to the unfree world. It has sent its soldiers to fight and die in foreign
lands to protect the innocent, it has led the world in science,
technology, manufacturing, agriculture, business and philanthropy – but, above all, it has been a beacon of liberty. But that beacon today is
under withering assault.
Highlights of "AMERICA THE EXCEPTIONAL" include:
- "Almost born on the 4th of July" by Joseph Farah, about what he sees in America's future
- "An exceptional history," a brief recounting of America's story – its real history, not the version rewritten in modern textbooks that replace George Washington, Davy Crockett and Henry Ford with Michael Jackson, Facebook and Kwanzaa
- "America, the golden door" by David Kupelian, a personal reflection on the greatest nation on earth
- "Tocqueville: 'Americans combine the notions of Christianity and of liberty'" – an outsider's insightful look at the essence of America's greatness
- "Who believes in American exceptionalism?" by Dennis Prager, who explains why Judeo-Christian values are at the core of today's "cultural civil war"
- "Does Barack Obama believe in American exceptionalism?" Not exactly ...
- "Why conservatives love the founders" by James Lewis, a brilliant answer to leftists who ridicule reverence for America's forefathers
- "About that 'shining city on a hill'" – on the origins of Ronald Reagan's favorite phrase
- "The Pilgrims' attempt at communism" by Joseph Farah, the little-known story of early America's disastrous fling with collectivism, and the powerful lesson learned
- "Why America is exceptional" by Walter Williams, on exactly why we are losing what made this country great
- "The war over America's past" by Patrick J. Buchanan, who probes what's really behind the rewriting of school textbooks
- "Mining history for only certain sins" by Thomas Sowell, who demonstrates how educators and the media poison America's present by distorting its past
- "English: The glue of our nation" by Barry Farber, illustrating the paramount importance of insisting on America's official language
- "How the New Resistance can win the culture war" by J. Richard Pearcey, who explains why multitudes of outraged tea partiers and other protesters are a sure sign of health, sanity and hope
- "Patriot rocker fights for little girl's 'Freedom'" by Chelsea Schilling, about one musician-dad who devotes himself to saving America's children from a bleak future
- "Ronald Reagan's final warning," by President Ronald Wilson Reagan, who eloquently cautioned his countrymen that an "eradication of the American memory" will lead to "erosion of the American spirit"
"Despite the attempted socialist transformation of our nation under Obama," said Kupelian, "in November Americans have a
chance, perhaps our last chance, to restore America's exceptionalism and
to reconnect with her original, transcendent purpose."
"If you want to re-experience the real America," he concluded, "and be refreshed and strengthened for the battles ahead, you must read this very special and inspiring issue."
VERY ONE-DAY OFFER: Until 10 p.m. Pacific tonight, subscribe to Whistleblower, renew your subscription or give a gift subscription for one year and you'll get $10 off (pay $39.95 instead of the usual $49.95), plus you'll receive TWO FREE GIFTS:
First, you'll get an autographed, hardcover copy of the hottest book in the country right now, "The Manchurian President: Barack Obama's Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists" by Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott. With nearly 900 source endnotes, this New York Times best-seller is the definitive exposé of Obama's astonishingly radical ties, not only for the past 30+ years, but continuing unabated in the present, with anti-American radicals helping write legislation and shaping far-reaching policies! (A $25.95 value, FREE – plus free shipping!)
Second, you'll also receive Whistleblower's special issue titled "THE GREAT AWAKENING: How tea partiers are setting a new course for America." This November may be our last, best hope for uprooting Obama's profoundly un-American agenda before it puts deep roots permanently into America. This special report – including exclusive and inspiring Whistleblower articles by Chuck Norris and Rep. Michele Bachmann – is for those who want to be an effective part of the fight of our lives.
EVEN MORE AMAZING OFFER! Subscribe, renew or give a gift subscription for two years and you'll get a $10 discount on the already reduced two-year rate ($74.95 instead of the usual $84.95), and you'll also receive THREE FREE GIFTS: You'll get the autographed, hardcover copy of "The Manchurian President." You'll also get the special Whistleblower tea-party issue, "THE GREAT AWAKENING." But in addition, you'll receive a FREE copy of the new AUDIOBOOK version of David Kupelian's dazzling culture-war best-seller, "The Marketing of Evil," read by the author! After eleven printings in hardcover, this modern classic, which has redefined the culture war for many Americans, has been released on 4 CDs, and is yours free.
Together, "The Manchurian President," "The Marketing of Evil" audiobook and the special Whistleblower issue "THE GREAT AWAKENING" amount to a value of over $58 – plus free shipping! That's like getting your two-year Whistleblower subscription almost for free!
These offers expire at 10 p.m. Pacific today, so act now!
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If you prefer, you may order a single copy of the July issue, "AMERICA THE EXCEPTIONAL."
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