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April 2010 - "THE GREAT AWAKENING: How tea partiers are setting a new course for America"
It's been touted as the hot new "third party" of American politics. It's been demonized as a dangerous mob of extremists and racists. What it truly is, however, is nothing more or less than the great awakening of the sleeping giant called Middle America.
"It," of course, is the tea party movement, focus of April's groundbreaking and inspiring issue of Whistleblower magazine, titled "THE GREAT AWAKENING: How tea partiers are setting a new course for America."
Jolted awake by what can accurately be described as an aggressive socialist coup d'ÌÎÌ_Ì´åÇ_tat in Washington, D.C., millions of regular hard-working, tax-paying Americans are not only fully awake but outraged at what they see as the unprecedented arrogance, corruption and deceit of the Obama administration and Congress.
Watching as their liberties are legislated out of existence, their grandchildren burdened with unpayable debt and their nation "fundamentally transformed" into a European-style socialist welfare state is not something most Americans are willing to tolerate ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å especially since millions of them fought and bled, and many died, to halt the spread of the very same toxic ideology in distant lands.
And so they protest. And they march. And they confront their congressmen at town hall meetings. But that's just the beginning.
In "THE GREAT AWAKENING," Whistleblower delves into the tea party movement, where it's headed, the obstacles it will encounter and why it represents the best hope of defeating Team Obama's relentless socialist revolution. It includes the advice of luminaries, from former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin to former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, and features many powerful and inspiring articles and photos, including special features written exclusively for this issue of Whistleblower by Rep. Michele Bachmann and Chuck Norris.
Issue highlights include:
- "What's the tea party all about?" by Joseph Farah
- "A republic, if you can keep it" by Michele Bachmann, who honors tea party Americans for "choosing life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness"
- "America's first tea party" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å a look back at iconic patriots revolting against "taxation without representation"
- "Go back to go forward" by Chuck Norris, who makes it clear that America's greatest problem is that we have forgotten our roots
- "Barack Obama and the date-rape of America" by David Kupelian, on what's really behind the unprecedented corruption and abuse in Washington
- "Full-scale rebellion ahead" by Henry Lamb, who says freedom-loving Americans are rising up to fulfill Thomas Jefferson's dictum
- "Palin: 'America is ready for another revolution'" by Chelsea Schilling, in which the former Alaska governor warns us that Obama, Pelosi and Reid are totally out of touch with the enemy America faces
- "The unlimited potential of the tea party" by Joseph Farah, who explains the grass-roots movement's true, simple agenda
- "New 'bill of particulars' cites Obama's failings" by Chelsea Schilling, showcasing former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore passionately telling tea partiers Obama "has ignored history, apologized to Arabs, pursued socialism"
- "Finding our way home before it's too late" by Joseph Farah, who explains that after neutralizing Obama this November, tea party activists must rescue America's cultural institutions and reclaim its spiritual priorities
- "If you can't beat 'em, bad-mouth 'em?" by Bob Unruh, who focuses on news anchors that resort to unbelievably crude sexual innuendo to criticize tea parties
- "Tax dollars used to ridicule 'teabaggers'" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å profiling a government-funded commercial portraying tea partiers as stupid, drooling extremists
- "People are crazy about liberty!" by Herman Cain, who celebrates the fact that Americans' long-dormant passion for their country has been ignited
- "Dem panic! Anti-tea-party ads tied to Obama eligibility" by Chelsea Schilling, focusing on a campaign that seeks to convince voters "This movement is a fad"
- "NYT op-ed: Tea partiers are like 'Hee Haw' zombies" by Drew Zahn, showcasing a "mainstream media" columnist saying the tea party is manifesting "the desperate thrashings of a dying movement"
- "A million or more rock Washington" by Chelsea Schilling and Alyssa Farah, who report the taxpayer march might have been the biggest rally ever in the nation's capital
- "Third party? Try tea for 2" by Jane Chastain, who makes a persuasive case that tea party activists should take over precincts in both major parties
- "Secession in the air" by Patrick Buchanan, who shows how the tea party movement is tied to a growing states' rights movement
- "Tea-party explosion! Next up: House where Obama lives" by Chelsea Schilling, who reports that April's event will "deliver the crowd right to the White House"
- "2010 tea-party calendar" ÌÎÌ_ÌÎ_ÌÎå«Ì´å See what all the fuss is about! Join patriots at several important events this year
- "What we must do: Defeat every liberal in Congress" by Roger Hedgecock, who declares: Election 2010 is judgment day for the left
"Americans may have just one final chance to uproot the profoundly un-American Obama agenda before it puts deep roots permanently into America," said WND managing editor David Kupelian. "This issue of Whistleblower is for those who want to be part of that fight."
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