Obama Is Becoming America's 'Controller in Chief': What Danger Does This Pose?
Newt Gingrich tells Newsmax that President Obama's policies comprise an "amazing level of intervention" by a sitting U.S. president. Former Attorney General Edwin Meese says the intervention "exceeds anything that Roosevelt even would have contemplated." And GOP leader Ken Blackwell declares that Obama's expansion of federal power puts "our Constitution at risk."
It's all part of "Obamanopoly" — a Newsmax Special Report that reveals how our new president is gobbling up asset after asset on America's board game of power.
Barack Obama is pushing the limits of executive authority and brazenly changing the political rules of the game in pursuit of a worldwide game-changing agenda.
Newsmax magazine's special report "Controller in Chief" details how Obama is magnifying the role of government and concentrating unprecedented power in the executive branch — making the Democrat the nation's "Controller in Chief."
This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
The ominous consequences of Obama's budget deficits
The presidential act that sent "shockwaves" through American business
The mind-boggling price tag of healthcare reform
Obama's war on the war on terror — and its feared results
How Obama reversed Bush on abortion and stem-cell research
"Road Warrior" Obama's record-smashing travel log
The real objective of Obama's spending spree
Why Colin Powell is concerned about the Obama agenda
How the "planetary president" is moving the world in a new direction
The bill Ron Paul calls a "bureaucratic nightmare"
Obama's approval rating: falling fast
How Obama's many "czars" are usurping power in Washington
Obama's six-month spending scorecard
Why even Ralph Nader is alarmed by the GM deal
Obama's stimulus bill: "fiscal nymphomania"
Warren Buffett's warning about a carbon tax
Vice President Biden's confession about economic policy
The "curious" appropriation in the cap-and-trade bill
Obama and the "S" word — socialism
Obama's surprising slap at Israel
Healthcare reform's impact on private insurance — and 500,000 jobs
What Obama wants regarding same-sex marriage
How Obama's tax policies would send U.S. jobs overseas
And much more
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:
The trial of American hero Bernie Kerik
Obama's healthcare plan is on life support
Pakistan is America's worst nightmare
Sen. Kit Bond: Why the Peace Corps is "smart power"
The facts behind Obama's birth certificate controversy
Swine flu could spark a Pentagon response
S.E. Cupp: Sarah Palin's critics miss the point
How to land a job after age 50
Four breakthroughs for beating cancer
Fear grips wealthy investors
Bill Moyers attacks conservative talkers
Bill O'Reilly: Obama vs. Ben Franklin on healthcare
Actor Gary Sinise's tireless work for our troops
Ben Stein's simple ideas for improving your life
Obama and the Jews: The honeymoon may be over
Fox News is steamrolling cable rivals
How to cut back on e-mail clutter
The future of talk radio: "media stations"
Andie MacDowell is still nifty at 50
Travel: Fall's flashiest foliage shows
The very best 9-hole golf courses
FDA bans a natural vitamin
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.
Ben Stein says Newsmax reveals the "unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today's dangerous world."
And nationally syndicated radio host Michael Reagan, son of the late President Reagan, says: "I guarantee that you'll love Newsmax magazine. The liberal media moguls hate Newsmax."
Find out why more than half a million people read Newsmax magazine each month.
Special Bonus: If you are not a Newsmax magazine subscriber get this edition PLUS a 3 month free trial subscription to Newsmax magazine — a value of $15!
Please note: I understand that at the end of my subscription to Newsmax magazine I will get a notice to renew. If I like the publication, I can simply do nothing, and my subscription will be renewed automatically for one year at the regular price of $39.95 ($34.95 for digital) for the magazine using my credit/debit card information already on file with Newsmax. I understand my subscription will renew at the low regular price each year thereafter. I understand there is no risk.