Don't Drink the Kool-Aid: Oprah, Obama and the Occult by Carrington Steele is described by the publisher as follows:
This book is meant to enlighten and educate the masses regarding the attempt by one entity of our society to blatantly introduce concepts that are harmful to the very fabric of the American family. The influence of the most powerful woman in the world, Oprah Winfrey, coupled with her "spiritual" evolution and the persistent determination of her mission, makes reading this book a necessity. It pulls together the pieces of a puzzle that when placed in order tell it's own story and should propel concerned citizens to mobilize into action.
In the wake of criticism over Oprah's encouragement of her viewers to seek spiritual enlightenment through non-traditional methods, books of this nature are being published in addition to print articles and YouTube videos. A New Earth, An Old Deception: Awakening to the Dangers of Eckhart Tolle's #1 Bestseller by Richard Abanes additionally speaks to the concern over Oprah's spiritual deception of the "true gospel."
What action is needed to be taken as suggested by the author above? Is what Oprah is doing wrong or her right as an American citizen to share her opinion and have it received by those who wish to hear it? Please share your comments below.