Who Really Runs the GOP?
Newsmax Names the 25 Most Influential Republicans
They're "The Influencers" — the inside players, dealmakers and power brokers who are at the very top of the Republican Party's unofficial hierarchy.
Newsmax magazine is just out with its special report "The 25 Most Influential Republicans" — revealing the movers and shakers who will play a crucial role in the November elections and beyond.
This edition also includes an exclusive interview with McCain running mate Alaskan Gov. Sarah Palin. In this interview she reveals her take on the vice presidency, John McCain, abortion and other issues. She also explains why she doesn't buy into "global warming" theories.
Our 25 influencers include well known Americans — but some who are less known but are powerfully influencing the GOP and the country.
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This must-read Newsmax report explores:
- The secret to Tom DeLay's continuing influence
- Why Dr. James Dobson could spell big trouble for the GOP in November
- Baptist leader Richard Land's surprising reading list
- PR maven Roger Stone's role in Eliot Spitzer's demise
- NRA chief Wayne LaPierre's blunt charge against CNN
- Why consultant Frank Luntz is known as a "bomb thrower"
- What America's top businesswoman brings to McCain's campaign
- The turning point in former Christian Coalition director Ralph Reed's life
- Oil man T. Boone Pickens' huge role in John Kerry's defeat
- What lobbyist Vin Weber tells Newsmax about his value to the GOP
- McCain strategist Charles Black's controversial remark about terrorism
- The ad exec known as "the GOP's No. 1 nightmare" — and his sobering prediction for ‘08
- Why Newt Gingrich withdrew from the 2008 presidential race
- The adviser known as McCain's "alter ego"
- Fundraiser Ronald Lauder's key role in New York State
- What Mary Matalin tells Newsmax about her role in this political season
- How tax reform activist Grover Norquist wields his amazing power
- The billionaire fundraiser who's a ninth-grade dropout
- Paul Weyrich's candid discussion with Newsmax
- The money maker called Rudy Giuliani's "professor"
- The influence of William Kristol, Sheldon Adelson, and much more.
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This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
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:
- Islamic schools teaching terror to U.S. kids
- Bob Barr and Libertarians could spoil McCain's party
- Why unsolved homicide cases skyrocketing across U.S.
- Newsmax celebrates its 10th birthday
- Can Obama stave off a Left revolt?
- Giuliani plans a major comeback
- Traveling abroad for surgery: what you must know
- Gingrich slams Israel's deal with terrorists
- Pro-life pharmacies gather momentum
- Hollywood's new conservative filmmakers
- Mexico moves to block U.S. executions
- FBI headquarters hit for security lapses
- Vatican rejects Dan Brown's movie
- National landmarks suffer neglect
- Your laptop may be confiscated by Customs
- 5 tips on climbing the corporate ladder
- Scooters take off as gas prices rise
- Directors and producers line up for Democrats
- Should we deal with dictators?
- Knowing your "travel personality type"
- 8 best places to retire overseas
- Dollar dives: placing bets on foreign currencies
- Male osteoporosis: a real worry
- Fruits and vegetables that fight cancer
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, and has now received a Charlie Award, the highest honor from the Florida Magazine Association, in each of five categories including Best In-Depth Reporting.
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