John McCain is the Republican presidential nominee for 2008. He could be your next president.
But voters and pundits have one big question about the maverick senator from Arizona: Just who is John McCain?
Newsmax magazine's special report "Inside McCain's Head" is one of our biggest bestsellers and provides an exclusive look at Washington's biggest enigma, John McCain.
McCain ran against G.W. Bush in 2000, was tempted by the Democratic VP spot in 2004 and surprised many by coming from behind to nab the GOP nomination in 2008
You need to know his real story.
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In this eye-opening report on McCain Newsmax magazine delves into:
This blockbuster edition of Newsmax magazine also offers a portrait of the man called the "White Tornado" at his Arizona retreat.
- How McCain charmed Manhattan's media elites with an exclusive fete that pundits say "launched" his 2008 campaign for the White House.
- McCain first "controversial and unexpected act" of his political career and the lesson it taught him about dealing with the media and fellow Republicans.
- Why McCain rebuffed Kerry's overtures to be the Democrat's running mate.
- How the Arizona senator stacked up against his GOP rivals.
- The surprising little-known encounter that showed McCain's real feelings toward George W. Bush.
- McCain's horrendous experience as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, his two suicide attempts - and the dramatic moment when his captors "broke" him.
- The fellow POW who saved McCain's sanity.
- McCain's frank admission about why his first marriage collapsed.
- The real story behind the nasty smear of McCain in the 2000 presidential primary race.
- The McCain family's military legacy and why he views his candidacy as a "moral imperative."
- McCain's schoolboy shenanigans - and why he says he "misused" his youth.
- The banking scandal that engulfed McCain and other members of "The Keating Five."
- McCain's long feud with Rush Limbaugh: we have the full story.
- McCain's 14-hour stints at the Las Vegas craps tables.
- Why Paul Weyrich thinks McCain isn't the right man for the White House.
- And much, much more.
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In addition to our in-depth cover stories and hard-hitting investigative reports, we entertain a constant stream of notable guests.
Past issues have included incisive commentary from such experts as Bill O'Reilly, George Will, Kathleen Parker, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein and David Limbaugh — to name a few.
This special edition of Newsmax magazine also includes:
- "Ghost soldiers" haunt U.S. forces in Iraq.
- Shaky public pensions threaten government coffers.
- Ed Klein strikes back: Media acted like Hillary's lap dogs.
- Hillary and Rupert Murdoch: The new odd couple.
- Housing boom called the "biggest bubble in history."
- Defector: China has massive U.S. spy network.
- Is America prepared for the next attack?
- More newspapers censoring gun ads.
- Exclusive interview: Actor Robert Davi pulls no punches on Hollywood.
- The looming crisis at General Motors.
- Red governors thrive in blue states.
- Wartime helps troops rediscover religion.
- Record number in U.S. pay no taxes.
- Critics blast pot-flavored candy.
- Homeland Security doesn't have it: tiny radiation detector could save millions.
- ACLU trying to thwart military recruiters.
- Doctors practice "defensive medicine" to avoid suits.
- Katie Couric's replacements are waiting in the wings.
- Frustrated workers escape to America's heartland.
- What's going on at Los Alamos?
- PBS chief taking heat for "balancing act."
- Technology unable to halt hospital errors.
- Dr. Laura: Joining the military is a noble cause.
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