November 2008 ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å SURVIVING MELTDOWN: How to thrive economically in an era of major financial upheaval
Surviving America's deepening financial crisis ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å which surfaced so traumatically just weeks before the 2008 presidential election, and which pundits believe gave Barack Obama his victory ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å is the focus of the November 2008 edition of WND's acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine, titled "SURVIVING MELTDOWN."
Because the establishment press largely embraced Obama and avoided reporting his negatives, it also, for the same reason, publicized almost nothing about the true causes of America's unprecedented financial problems: government policies, and specifically Democrat policies. "SURVIVING MELTDOWN" sets the record straight on the causes of the nation's economic "black hole," but that's just the beginning.
Almost the entire issue of "SURVIVING MELTDOWN" focuses, not so much on who's to blame for America's economic woes, but on what Whistleblower readers can positively do to improve their own situations during very challenging times ahead.
And most importantly, in a time when most economic "experts" sound like they're just guessing and pontificating, but lacking in real answers, Whistleblower's editors have decided to consult a long-revered and truly expert source ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å the Bible.
"Americans are searching for answers to the economic crisis characterized as the worst since the Great Depression," notes WND editor Joseph Farah in this issue. "While others are turning to their favorite economists for answers, we've been turning to the one and only inerrant book inspired by the sovereign Creator of the universe. I think everyone else is crazy for not looking there."
Adds WND managing editor David Kupelian, "The soundest understanding of money, the highest principles of commerce and the profoundest insight into human nature ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å it's all found in the Bible, which actually has a lot to say on the subject of wealth: how to get it, how to protect it and what to do with it."
One article in "SURVIVING MELTDOWN," for example, is Rabbi Daniel Lapin's amazing and in-depth look at "Learn to foretell the future" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å all based on biblical principles.
"In the process of shining an insightful, scriptural light on how to figure out what's down the road and rapidly heading toward us, Daniel Lapin provides one of the best explanations I've ever seen as to why observing the Sabbath is so important," said Kupelian. "And it's not just because the Bible says so, it's because it confers fantastic, God-ordained benefits on us!"
Issue highlights include:
- "Forgive us our debts ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎÌ__" by Joseph Farah, who points to the Bible's solution to the slavery of debt
- "America's founders' financial," by Chuck Norris, featuring five basic principles of fiscal management on which the U.S. was founded
- "What does the Bible say about making money?" by Craig R. Smith, a Christian perspective on wealth, debt, saving, investing and taking risks
- James Dobson weighs in on economic meltdown; despite the devastation, God's still in control, says the Christian broadcaster
- "Preparing for depression" by Patrice Lewis, on how to do well during challenging financial times
- "Learn to foretell the future" by Rabbi Daniel Lapin, a comprehensive look at how to apply biblical wisdom to understanding what lies ahead
- "$1 trillion game of 'chicken'" by Hal Lindsey, on how the government and Federal Reserve have extorted American taxpayers ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å again
- "Market failure? Try government failure" by Walter Williams, a quick primer on where the power to waste taxpayer money really resides
- "Our predatory government" by Walter Williams ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å myths and facts about who's really ripping off whom ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å and how
- "The new frugality" by Patrice Lewis, exploring how millions of Americans are rediscovering the joys of thrifty living
"It is our hope during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season that this issue of Whistleblower blesses every reader," says Kupelian.
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