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From WorldNetDaily.Com
May 24, 2001

Books that will be read, treasured forever

WorldNetDaily's online store is featuring two unique Falther's Day gift ideas -- books that will keep on giving for years to come.

The first is the book that rocked the financial world, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad." Written by best-selling author Robert Koyosaki, it addresses what the rich teach their children about money - that the poor and middle class do not!

This is the book for people who want to become masters of their money and create sustained wealth for themselves and their families.

It's about how to make your money work for you and how to work smarter, not harder. Full of sound, practical financial advice.

You can order it for $15.95 from the WorldNetDaily online store by clicking here.

The other great Father's Day option is Warren Farrell's "Father and Child Reunion." And only at the WorldNetDaily online store can you get this sensational book autographed by the author and personalized to your specifications.

Based on thirteen years of research, "Father and Child Reunion" will force a re-examination of the circumstances in which a dad or a mom is best for children. For starters, some findings on children with single parents:

* Children do better with single fathers than with single mothers. Both boys and girls are healthier and do better psychologically and academically, as well as socially.

* Even characteristics such as empathy are exhibited more by children brought up by single fathers.

* Single fathers experience less stress juggling children and work than do single mothers.

* What family structures are most likely to be in the child's best interests? Dr. Farrell's findings suggest the following ranking:

(1) the intact family;
(2) shared parent-time(joint physical custody);
(3) primary father time;
(4) primary mother time.

While the intact family is the winner, "Father and Child Reunion" makes it clear why, if divorce cannot be prevented, children being primarily with their dads gives children more of both parents than when they are primarily with their mothers; reduces a mother's economic dependency on a man, and reduces men's ten times greater suicide rate after divorce.

Does Dr. Farrell conclude, then, that men are better at fathering than women are at mothering? No. But he does conclude that we have been waging a "War Against Fathers" - and mothers and children are among the losers.

This special WorldNetDaily autograph deal will be advertised in the New York Times Book Review section this week. But you -- our dear subscribers -- get the advance tip. Order right now to ensure Father's Day delivery.

From WorldNetDaily.Com
May 25, 2001

Truth about Aids, Ebola & Vaccinations

Could modern advances in cancer research and genetic biotechnology have given rise to new viruses and the current and coming plagues? More frightening, could the AIDS and Ebola epidemics have been planned?

Videotaped before a television studio audience, Dr. Len Horowitz, one of health care's most captivating motivational speakers, presents his three-year investigation into the origins of the world's most feared and deadly viruses - HIV and Ebola. He concludes these viruses were "undoubtedly" man-made. The question is, "Did they break out accidentally due to sloppy science, or by intent to effect a population control agenda for a 'New World Order'?"

Join Dr. Horowitz as he shares his insights and shows you his most chilling evidence -- government contracts under which numerous immune-system-ravaging viruses were manufactured by biological weapons contractors for cancer research and germ warfare.

In addition to the 90-minute presentation explaining how, when, where and why the viruses that now threaten humanity's survival were made, who made them, and how they most likely broke out, this video contains another 45-minute program in which Dr. Horowitz discusses vaccines. Are they safe? Effective? Which ones are risky, and might they be causing the current and coming plagues?

This is must viewing for every concerned parent and citizen!

Get this amazing video by clicking here.

by Jack Cashill
VHS VT, 58 min. Click here.

From WorldNetDaily.Com
June 6, 2001

How U.S. political institutions were corrupted

Most younger Americans are now aware that the form of democracy they enjoy in the United States today is far different from the republican form of government enjoyed by their grandparents earlier this century.

On April 17, 1913, the balance of power in the U.S. shifted from the states to the central government with the illegal ratification of the 17th Amendment. With the "voice" of the states effectively stifled, the federal government under Franklin Roosevelt began the systematic destruction of the Constitution of the United States in 1933. Today, the last vestiges of freedom remain tethered to the Bill of Rights by a thin, raveled thread.

"Whatever Happened to America?" is dedicated to concerned Americans everywhere who see their nation and their liberty threatened by forces they cannot comprehend which seek to create a system of global governance for "the betterment of mankind" at the expense of America.

Contained within 21 chapters, the author explains the systematic take-over of America by the judicial system. From 1937 on, Supreme Court appointees were selected, not for their judicial credentials and an indisputable knowledge of constitutional law but by their political and sociological philosophies. They believed that the Constitution was an evolving document that must periodically be reinterpreted to fit the changing needs of an evolving society, or more accurately, the evolving needs of its government.

Know who the conspirators were, what they did, where it all took place, when it happened and how they did it.

Click here.

April 10, 2001

7/17 - St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center
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7/21 - Milwaukee, WI @ Bradley Center
7/22 - St. Louis, MO @ Savvis Center
7/24-25 - Chicago, IL @ United Center
7/27 - Moline, IL @ Mark of the Quad Cities
7/28 - Kansas City, MO @ Kemper Arena
7/30 - Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center

8/1 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Delta Center
8/2 - Nampa, ID @ Idaho Center
8/4 - Seattle, WA @ KeyArena at Seattle Center
8/5 - Vancouver, BC @ General Motors Place
8/7 - Portland, OR @ Rose Garden Arena
8/11 - Oakland, CA @ Oakland Arena
8/13 - Las Vegas, NV @ Thomas and Mack Center
8/15 - Phoenix, AZ @ America West Arena
8/17-18 - Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center

By Mary Chapin Carpenter

Latest album by one of FreedomWriter's favorite female musical artists, now on sale from thru this website for $13.99.

Editorial Review from

On albums like State of the Heart, Shooting Straight in the Dark, and Come on Come on, Mary Chapin Carpenter melded folkie singer-songwriter concerns with melodies and hooks that country (and, occasionally, adult-pop) radio programmers could get behind foursquare. Since those late-'80s/early-'90s high points, the Brown University graduate has often pushed niceties such as catchiness to the artistic back burner. Despite some too-languid stretches, Time* Sex* Love*, her first studio disc since 1996, finds Carpenter recapturing some of the balance that marked the best of those earlier records. "In the Name of Love" lifts off with a trademark midtempo groove and a complex lyric about attraction and independence. Other tracks subtly spice Carpenter's formula with lovely, sighing vocal harmonies and fleeting evocations of Beatles-era AM radio. Her need to attempt major statements about the sad realities of grownup life may ultimately be Time's biggest flaw; where's Carpenter hiding her gifts for limning small moments (State's "This Shirt") or events that few other songwriters would think to commit to tape (Shooting's comet-appearance commemoration "Halley Came to Jackson")? There's reality, and there's reality. --Rickey Wright


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