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New from WND Books: ‘The Manchurian President: Barack Obama’s Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists’
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NEW YORK, April 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --- Bestselling author and investigative journalist, Aaron Klein has joined historian Brenda J. Elliott. Their latest book, "The Manchurian President: Barack Obama's Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists," by WND Books (May 3, 2010), is the most exhaustive investigation into President Obama's largely concealed personal history ever performed.
Klein began investigating Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign, first exposing the politician's association with Weatherman founder Bill Ayers. That story prompted the Nation Magazine, writing at the CBS News website, to lament that "mainstream reporters now call the Obama campaign to ask about Klein's articles."
Klein was among the first reporters to expose President Obama's "green jobs" czar, Van Jones, founded a communist organization and called for "resistance" against the U.S. government. His articles were picked up and expanded upon by Fox News Channel, leading to Jones' resignation this past September.
Aaron Klein is senior reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief for Internet news giant WorldNetDaily.com, host of "Aaron Klein Investigative Radio" on 77-WABC, and he is the author of several acclaimed nonfiction books. He boasts a rolodex that includes world leaders, newsmakers and some of the world's most deadly terrorists.
Brenda J. Elliott
Elliott is an historian, author and investigative researcher who has earned the admiration and endured the scorn of media colleagues for dogged blogging during the 2008 presidential election about Tony Rezko, William Ayers and other criminals in Obama's clique of cronies.
Since 1988 Elliott has been responsible for a number of historical projects, has won an award by Project Censored for her work, and has been named "One of the Intriguing People" in 1990 by Central Florida Magazine.
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Source: WND Books