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Hardline anti-immigration book debuts as #2 on NYT Best Seller List


Ann Coulter’s new book rails against America’s current open border policies. The book was widely denounced by the left before it even came out. The radical SPLC declared Coulter an official “white nationalist.” However, the book debuted at #2 on the New York Times Best Seller list.

Review by Tom Tancredo…

As Republican presidential debates and primaries approach, we can expect almost all candidates to sound tough on illegal immigration, regardless of their record or actual beliefs. This tough talk usually begins and ends with lofty rhetoric about how Republicans support legal immigration, just not illegal immigration.

But the 2016 candidates have a surprise in store, thanks to Ann Coulter’s new book, Adios, America! The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole. Coulter forcefully dismantles both left wing clichés and Republican bromides.

Instead of bringing a knife to a gun flight in typical Republican fashion, Ann Coulter brings a howitzer. To use a baseball analogy, Republican candidates better be prepared for fewer softballs in the upcoming debates. Immigration is not going to be a “side issue” in 2016, it is THE issue.

Coulter does not fall for the trap that the only problem with illegal immigration is that it’s illegal. If this were true, then why not just abolish borders and make them all legal? That’s pretty much the “fix” espoused by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Coulter explains why massive legal immigration is also a big problem – for American workers, for our schools, our health care system, public welfare and just about every facet of our culture.

Adios, America! reveals how the sheer number of immigrants and the criteria we use to select them — which prioritizes family reunification, refugees, and even a lottery over highly skilled immigrants– ensures that the legal immigrant population creates almost as many social problems as the surging illegal alien cohort.