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  • What readers of 'Revealed' are saying: 

    Riveting

    Bold

    Sobering 

    God bless your courage. 

    I couldn’t put the book down.

    This book had to be written. 

    Every Christian should read this, especially those who voted for Obama.

    This book should break the barrier into mainstream markets. Not for Christians only.

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    For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known. - Luke 12:2 - KJV

    Chapter 1: Who Influenced and Radicalized Obama?

    Chapter 2: A Muslim Apologist

    Chapter 3: Israel’s Existence in Danger and Middle East in Chaos

    Chapter 4: U.S. Military’s Cultural Destruction

    Chapter 5: LGBT - He Owns It

    Chapter 6: Faith on His Terms

    Chapter 7: The Legacy: Will America ever recover?

    Chapter 8: So Help Me God

    Appendix 1: Obama’s Opening Statement at Al Azhar – a Muslim University

    Appendix 2: Proof In HIs Own Words: Muslim Apologist, America’s Top LGBT Activist, Most Biblically Hostile U.S. President  

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  • Israel's Ambassador to Washington Ron Dermer, formerly senior adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Miriam Alster/Flash90)

    Asked to make “the progressive case” for Israel to an audience attending the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, Ron Dermer attempted to dissipate some of the tension generated by US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fraught relationship during the last seven years.

    It is something the Israeli ambassador to the United States has done many times since the two allies concluded their showdown last fall in the wake of the Iran nuclear deal signing. But at the quadrennial confab of Obama’s party, which is aiming to ignite the general election campaign of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, such an objective was fully on display when Dermer attended an event hosted by the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace.

    “A great friend of Israel doesn’t mean you agree on everything,” he told Ron Wexler, president of the advocacy group and a former Democratic member of Congress. “But it means we know where your heart is, and everyone should understand bipartisan support is a strategic value. You can’t fly a plane with one wing.”

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with Syrian President Bashar Assad at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, October 20, 2015. (photo credit:REUTERS)

    Syrian President Bashar Assad secretly visited Russian President Valdimar Putin in Moscow, just days before the latter met with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in June, Lebanese newspaper Al-Joumhouria reported Thursday. 

    Putin and Assad discussed the crisis in Syria as well as the possibility of a comprehensive agreement with Israel, including the Golan Heights, Al-Joumhouria reported, however the Kremlin denied the report.

    The Lebanese paper also reported that the American government was involved in the secret meeting. 

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will reportedly be part of the process on an overall regional plan when it is presented to him during an upcoming visit to Moscow on August 9.

  • A man walks along a parking garage above Amtrak trains waiting to depart Union Station in Washington on Nov. 25, 2015. (Associated Press)

    Washington’s iconic Union Station was evacuated over a rush-hour bomb threat Wednesday afternoon, though the all-clear was sounded after much less than an hour.

    Police began sealing off the Capitol Hill facility just after 5 p.m. because of reports of a suspicious package, the Metropolitan Police told The Hill newspaper.

    District of Columbia Fire and EMS also confirmed to TV station WUSA-9 that there was “a bomb threat at Union Station.” According to WRC channel 4, Washington’s NBC affiliate, a suspicious package is in “the Amtrak portion of the station.”

  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu shows his map of Israel's world relations, at a session of the Knesset State Control Committee, on July 25, 2016. To his side is committee chair Karin Elharar of Yesh Atid. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu loves maps. Considering them a helpful tool to illustrate his view of global affairs, he often brings them along to public speeches, to briefings with the press and to hearings in the Knesset.

    “May I reveal to the members of the press that there is a big map in my office, and it’s been made bigger,” he said last week during a meeting with Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes in Jerusalem. “It used to be the Middle East. Now it encompasses a good chunk of the Eastern hemisphere.”

    The map of the world Netanyahu brandished Monday at the Knesset State Control Committee, where he defended his foreign policy record, offers some valuable insights into his view of Israel’s place among the family of nations. (A quarter-century ago, as he was rising to become the leader of the then-Likud opposition, Netanyahu published a book entitled, “A Place Among the Nations: Israel in the World.”)

  • In a surprising call for a foreign power to use its hacking abilities to get involved in the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump on Wednesday called on Russia to find Hillary Clinton’s missing emails from the time she was secretary of state. 

    “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said to a room full of TV cameras at Trump National Doral. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”

    Trump said he hopes Russia does have her emails. Clinton’s lawyers had turned over work-related emails, but deleted thousands which she said were about personal matters. 

    “They probably have her 33,000 e-mails that she lost and deleted because you'd see some beauties there,” he said. “So let's see.”
     

  • Dangerous heat will extend beyond the weekend, gripping large portions of the United States as a “heat dome” brings sweltering summer temperatures.

    The dome, which is a high-pressure ridge that traps hot air for an extended period of time, affected more than 110 million Americans over the weekend, when hot and very humid conditions pushed the heat index to well above 100 degrees across a large portion of the central and eastern U.S., according to the National Weather Service.

    Still, record hot temperatures are not expected, according to the National Weather Service.

    "With no strong pushes of cool air from Canada on the horizon, people from the mid-Atlantic to the Deep South can expect virtually no relief from the high heat and humidity," AccuWeather Meteorologist Kyle Elliott said.

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“The men who have done the most for God in this world have been early on their knees. He who fritters away the early morning, its opportunity and freshness, in other pursuits than seeking God will make poor headway seeking Him the rest of the day. If God is not first in our thoughts and efforts in the morning, He will be in the last place the remainder of the day.” 
― E.M. Bounds