Black Friday is over and what possibly could top those sales on electronics, clothes and toys?

How about pages and pages of 99-cent giveaways at the WND Superstore’s new and permanent 99-cent store.

“It’s the Christmas season and the WND Superstore is literally giving away lots of gifts for next to nothing in the 99-cent store,” says Joseph Farah, founder of WND.

“Nobody should be empty-handed this time of the year – and this incredible feature of the WND Superstore will allow you to stock up on great gifts for everyone on your shopping list for the equivalent of a fast-food meal.”

The issues addressed by the offered products are significant to America today, and no church or family library should be without.

In “America’s War on Christianity: In God We Trust,” for example, author Brad O’Leary explains about the war: the war that’s going on in America right now.

On one side sits religion and freedom. On the other side, atheism and Statism.
American liberty hangs in the balance.

O’Leary takes you deep inside the battle to save the nation’s Judeo Christian identity, and with it, liberty. From attacks on Christian holidays, to government efforts to stamp out homeschooling, to the courtroom assault on Christianity and free speech, O’Leary leaves no doubt that there is a concerted effort under way to replace allegiance to God with allegiance to government.

If you cherish your God-given freedom, this book is a must read. If you’re ready to fight back, this book is an essential weapon in your intellectual arsenal.

In “The Manchurian President,” by Aaron Klein with Brenda J. Elliott, you’ll learn just exactly what the “something” is that’s “very wrong” with the president.

In writing this exhaustively researched book – which is thoroughly documented with over 800 endnotes – Klein with Elliott definitively expose just how dangerous Barack Obama really is as America’s president and commander in chief.

Among the book’s chilling findings:

  • Obama’s deep ties to an anti-American fringe nexus instrumental in building his political career, some members of which are helping draft White House policy

  • Obama’s extensive connections to ACORN and its union affiliate, including much new information not previously documented elsewhere
  • Extremists exposed in the White House, including top czars and communist-linked Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod
  • Obama’s healthcare policy pushed and crafted by extremists
  • Obama’s deep association with the Nation of Islam
  • and Obama’s ties to terrorist Bill Ayers much more extensive than ever previously disclosed

In “Portraits of Success: Candid Conversations with 60 Over-Achievers,” Burt Prelutksy uncovers the secrets of success for the most famous writers, actors, athletes, politicians, entrepreneurs, developers, directors and musicians in the country.

Some of the subjects in the book have won Oscars, Emmys, Tonys, Grammys. Some even a Pulitzer or a Cy Young. What they share in common is that they successfully pursued their dreams. Isn’t that what we all want to do?

Among the names appearing in the book are: Michele Bachmann, John Bolton, Pat Boone, Ernest Borgnine, Andrew Breitbart, Morgan Brittany, Ray Charles, Joseph Farah, Newt Gingrich, Dean Hargrove, Lew Hunter, Kevin James, George Kennedy, Charles Krauthammer, Karl Malden, Rick Perry, Carl Reiner, Paul Ryan, Pat Sajak, Curt Schilling, Gary Sinise, Joseph Wambaugh, James Woods and others.

In “Gadfly: The Life and Times of Les Kinsolving: White House Watchdog,” the longtime reporter’s daughter describes the passion for truth embedded in the man who has been covering the White House for, well, decades.

In “So Help Me God,” Judge Roy Moore gives a personal account of the result of his refusal to remove the Ten Commandments monument from Alabama’s state Judicial Building, presenting a brilliant argument for why it is the right and duty of this nation to acknowledge God.

In “Stop the Presses!: The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution,” Joseph Farah, the man who helped start the New Media Revolution, tells how a new wave of media changed the way Americans get their news and express their views.

So browse through the WND Superstore 99 cent sale now.

Even better, every purchase at this great price also entitles you to three free issues of WND’s monthly magazine Whistleblower. That’s an extra $22.50 value for even one purchase at 99 cents!

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