Tea party-backed candidates from coast to coast were swept into office in November by a frustrated electorate demanding more limited government and delivering a resounding repudiation of President Barack Obama's agenda.
Newsmax magazine's special report "The Revolution Begins" explores the phenomenon that has progressed from a ragtag protest movement 18 months ago to a political juggernaut that has shaken American politics to the core.
What began as a simmer ended as a full boil.
Now the tea party must find a way to translate electoral success into effective governance.
This issue of Newsmax magazine also contains our "2010 Heroes & Villains" feature. The heroes are those Americans who represent the best examples of philanthropy, charity, military service, business excellence, public safety, government leadership, and community service. The villains comprise a rogues' gallery whose members range from Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Kim Jong Il to BP's Tony Hayward and even high-fructose corn syrup.
Included in Newsmax's exclusive "The Revolution Begins" report:
Why tea partyers face "immediate pressure" to produce
The threatened backlash looming in 2012
How Michele Bachmann and "Mama Grizzlies" are shaking up the GOP
Rand Paul: the inside story on how he bucked the GOP establishment
The compromise that could make the tea party movement "superfluous"
The rising 2012 star from Florida: Marco Rubio
The real John Boehner: we investigate his roots
The first true tea party member in Congress
Sen.-elect Mike Lee's shocking upset win in Utah
The Obama vow that can make the movement grow stronger
How YouTube helped elect Allen West to Congress
Sen. Jim DeMint and the Contract with America
And in our "Heroes & Villains" feature:
Bill Clinton and George W. Bush's bipartisan fundraising for Haiti
Steve Jobs and the "year of the Apple"
Two inner-city heroes: Darla Romfo and John Hope Bryant
Alan Mulally — savior of the Ford Motor Company
How Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta won the Medal of Honor
The hero who's kept America safe since 9/11
National Public Radio — an "unabashedly biased" villain
More Newsmax heroes: Tim Tebow, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Gov. Jane Brewer, Rev. Franklin Graham
This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from Ben Stein, Dick Morris, John Stossel, Bill O'Reilly, Christopher Ruddy, David Limbaugh, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Ed Koch, James Hirsen and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:
Sarah Palin visits Newsmax: See the exclusive photos
Why the [other] media hate Palin
Californians take aim at new ammo law
Environmental effort opens border to smugglers
Insider trading is legal for congressmen
China's illegal immigrant problem
Treasury bonds remain strong — for now
Sen. Gregg: Reduce deficit or we're Greece
Dennis Miller goes after Gore
Tom Hoenig: The defiant Federal Reserve member
Maybe Schwarzenegger wasn't so bad
Ben Stein: The joys of traveling in the U.S.
Economy making women "reluctant breadwinners"
Americans fare poorly on religion questionnaire
Andrea Tantaros: Why are we in Afghanistan?
Pursue your passions after retirement
How to guard against home invasion
Smoke screens: Hollywood's long affair with cigarettes
Stop sickness: 10 super ways to boost your immunity
Dr. Peter Hibberd: The diabetes-dementia link
The very best local American spirits
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.
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