Can Oprah Winfrey, the most influential woman in America, make Barack Obama the next President of the United States?
Newsmax Magazine's special report "Obama & the Oprah Factor" examines how the billionaire talk-show host and her millions of deeply devoted fans could help put the Democratic Senator from Illinois in the White House. In fact, Oprah's backing has already made Obama a top contender in a short time.
The report also features the surprising results of a Zogby poll, commissioned by Newsmax, revealing Oprah's political reach and how Oprah stacks up against the power of Hillary Clinton.
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This exclusive Newsmax report probes the Obama-Oprah connection:
- Why Oprah has broken all precedent by endorsing Obama
- The remarkable and similar life paths the two share
- Oprah and Obama: links to a controversial Chicago church
- How Oprah could torpedo Hillary's candidacy
- How Oprah's jumpstarted Obama campaign by making his book a best seller
- "Oprah-Obama '08" T-shirts a sign of things to come?
- The two sources of Oprah's amazing clout
- The spiritual mentor who changed Obama's life
- The simple request that could make Obama the best-funded candidate
- How Oprah may have subtlety helped elect George Bush in 2000 with her famous kiss
- Why celebrities are "the most widely available drug in America"
- Obama's "perfect" liberal voting record
- The political left's anti-Winfrey "NOprah" movement
- Obama's Freudian slip about Oprah
- Obama's Illinois voting record on crime
- Behind-the-scenes at Oprah's mighty media empire TV, radio, Internet, publishing and more
- How influential are African-American celebrities like Oprah, Tiger Woods, or Michael Jordan?
- Oprah's "wastefully lavish" project in Africa
- And much more
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