Ed Klein's damning new book, Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas, claims that while she was in office, former U.S. Secretary of State and vaunted presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton fought with President Barack Obama over Benghazi and got physical with him at one point, forcing him to complain to First Lady Michelle Obama about it.
In salacious highlights from the book published by The Blaze Wednesday, Klein noted that Hillary was miffed over Obama's handling of the 2012 Benghazi attack and resisted his line on it.
"'[Hillary] was stunned when she heard the president talk about the Benghazi attack,' according to a member of her team of legal advisers who was interviewed for this book. 'Obama wanted her to say that the attack had been a spontaneous demonstration triggered by an obscure video. … Hillary told Obama, 'Mr. President, that story isn't credible; among other things, it ignores the fact that the attack occurred on 9/11.' But the president was adamant. He said, 'Hillary, I need you to put out a State Department release as soon as possible,'" noted an excerpt from the book. more >>
Former Secretary of State and 66-year-old grandmother-to-be Hillary Clinton is suffering from a bad heart and President Barack Obama believes the American people deserve a fresher face than hers in the 2016 presidential election, according to author Edward Klein in his new book, Blood Feud.
"She (Hillary) had managed to keep her medical history secret out of fear that, should it become public, it would disqualify her from becoming president," notes Klein in an excerpt from the book highlighted by Drudge Report.
Klein claims in the book that Clinton, who is widely seen as the front runner to become the Democratic nominee for the 2016 presidential election if she decides to run, was diagnosed with a heart condition after she had a fainting spell during her time at the United States Department of State. more >>
A children's book that promotes same-sex marriage is being added to public library bookshelves throughout the United States. The Princes and the Treasure, a gay fairy tale book, aims to teach children about same-sex relationships and same sex-marriage.
The author, Jeffrey Miles, told The Christian Post in an emailed statement that his children's book "tells the story of two handsome princes who go on a quest to save a princess, but fall in love with each other, get married, and live happily ever after."
Miles, a professor at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, has been married to his husband, Patrick Lastowski, for more than five years, and they've been a couple for 10 years. more >>
The desire of a Tennessee pastor's wife to feed the needy, including strippers throughout Nashville nightclubs, has grown into a full blown ministry that's also about spreading the Gospel as well.
Erin Stevens, whose husband Todd leads Friendship Community Church, still believes in showing God's love through practical ways just like she has done since she began her ministry nearly two years ago. Stevens provides meals and gifts with no strings attached as part of her Strip Church Ministry.
In their new book, "How to Pick Up A Stripper and Other Acts of Kindness," the Stevens' urge readers to step out of their comfort zone in order to reach people for Christ, while remaining culturally relevant, without compromising their goal of demonstrating God's love through actions. more >>
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's new book, "Hard Choices," is being roundly ripped by reviewers across America and the book's publisher, Simon and Schuster, which reportedly paid her a whopping $14 million advance, are worried it could be a "bomb."
"'Hard Choices' is a frustrating read. The memoir has the cautious, polished, poll-tested feel of a campaign speech," declared The Economist about the book under the headline, "Hillary Clinton's Bad Book."
Randy Lewis, a former senior vice president of Walgreens, is the author of the highly inspirational book, No Greatness Without Goodness: How a Father's Love Changed a Company and Sparked a Movement. The book isn't only exceptional reading for business leaders who want their companies to become more efficient and profitable, but it also provides nuggets of wisdom and real life lessons for people who have the desire to build stronger and more meaningful relationships with those around them: friends, neighbors and coworkers.
Lewis and his wife, Kay, have three children. Their middle child, a son named Austin, has autism. During a speech in front of 5,000 Walgreens store managers at a conference in Las Vegas, he shared that "nearly 70 percent of individuals with disabilities and 95 percent of people with severe cognitive disabilities, like Austin, would never hold down a job."
This is not because people with disabilities cannot do the work, it's because many employers fail to realize that hiring people with disabilities will actually increase the overall performance among all of their employees. more >>