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'On the Road Again' August 2010

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The GOP Is ‘on the Road Again’

The past decade has been a disaster for California, a state flattened under dismal growth and a $20 billion deficit that even Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot lift.

But prominent Republican businesswomen and political newcomers Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina are betting they can turn this train wreck around and lead the nation's most populous state — and the GOP nationwide — to a comeback.

Former eBay CEO Whitman squares off against Attorney General and former Gov. Jerry Brown in the campaign to replace Gov. Schwarzenegger, while former Hewlett-Packard CEO Fiorina seeks to unseat longtime Sen. Barbara Boxer.

Newsmax magazine's exclusive report "On the Road Again" explores the two races — and what they mean for the country. For there is now far-reaching optimism that Whitman and Fiorina can set the nation's bellwether state back on the road to economic health and the GOP back to prominence.

The ultimate outcome could well make a familiar statement more true than ever: "I have seen the future, and it's California."

This exclusive Newsmax report explores:

  • Fiorina's exclusive Newsmax interview
  • Whitman: Where Schwarzenegger went wrong
  • California's education rating — from 7th to dead last
  • Breaking up California — the "three-state option"
  • Is California's real debt $1 trillion?
  • Ben Stein: Why I Love California — a six-page pictorial
  • Whitman, Fiorina, and the tea party movement
  • Fiorina's open microphone gaffe
  • The "Thelma and Louise" factor in California politics
  • The surprisingly rosy results of recent polls
  • Public unions' California clout — $270,000 for a prison nurse
  • The Golden State's immigrant burden
  • Voter registrations give Republicans new hope
  • The California "tax revolt" that helped put Reagan in the White House
  • Two Whitman and Fiorina qualities that make "GOP hearts flutter"
  • Wealthy taxpayers' mass exodus from California
  • Gov. Schwarzenegger's "draconian" budget cuts
  • Fiorina: We're "shockingly" used to incompetent government
  • Whitman's call: Guts, not glamour
  • Democrats' restlessness over Jerry Brown's campaign
  • Republicans' growing strength among independents
  • How California resembles debt-ridden Greece
  • Where the state ranks among business-tax climates
  • Public pension costs: Up 2,000 percent in a decade
  • And more

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • White House gaffes raise leadership questions
  • A gloom-and-doom outlook for states
  • How other countries treat illegals
  • Egypt's Christians under heavy assault
  • Kevin Costner's company aids Gulf cleanup
  • Robert Reich: We're heading for a double-dip recession
  • Two new ways to protect your heart
  • Americans more dependent on U.S. government than ever
  • Disclose Act limits free speech
  • Democrats may extend Bush tax cuts
  • North Korea again a powder keg
  • Sparks fly in Florida governor's race
  • Mosque at ground zero called "insensitive"
  • Marjorie Dannenfelser's "list" helps elect 65 pro-lifers
  • Andrea Tantaros: N.J. Gov. Christie is my new hero
  • Jews: what genetic science has discovered
  • Libertarian talk a hit for Fox TV
  • After the World Cup, South Africa at a crossroads
  • Jon Voight: Acting with a conscience
  • Why exchange-traded funds trump mutuals
  • Oprah's new network lineup unveiled
  • Clothing that improves your mood — literally
  • Age 60 is the new sexy
  • Money woes can make you sick
  • Stop cancer and heart disease: the nutritional power of berries
  • The very best home office ideas
  • Investing in art: don't make these mistakes

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.

Dr. Ben Carson, best-selling author and commentator, tells America: "Each month I look for Newsmax magazine to give me the news I can't get elsewhere, you should too."

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.

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