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Definitely not permitted speech, this is a brave attempt to discern truth out of the narrative being fed to citizens by most media, academia, and politicians. The fact that one cannot say this stuff in public without being immediately branded a "racist" or a "white supremacist", with all that follows, speaks volumes about infiltration of leftist speech police in our society.
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What did you love best about Adios, America?
Ann always does lots of research via NEXUS for her books but this time, it's even more stuff than usual that the media didn't bother to cover. Because the topic is illiegal aliens and the havoc they wreck on American society, most of the stories she covers weren't even addressed by local media. For example, one story was covered by a high school journalism class because no "journalist" would cover it.
What did you like best about this story?
NO ONE left or right has the guts to tackle this topic other than Ann. These are things we should but don't hear about.
Have you listened to any of Ann Coulter’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have her print books so I don't know if she has ever performed her audiobooks personally before, but if she hasn't then she should from now on. She did a wonderful job with the performance. One of the best parts of the book was the verbal blunders she made and there's a highlight recording of them at the end. I had never heard that in any audiobook before and it was great. But you also get to see that she sometimes spontaneously changed the wording or corrected something from the print addition, something only the author could do.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
The untold story
Any additional comments?
Prepare to be shocked
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Immigration is discriminating against western countries into america and allowing people in who are a net drain on the economy.
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Very refreshing to hear such an outspoken criticism of the impact of liberal policies and political correctness.
This book peels back decades of misleading news coverage and political cover ups.
It highlights the way that American culture is under threat from mass third world immigration
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I really enjoyed this. Gripping reading that I had to finish in one go. As a non American living outside of the States I've never understood why immigration was such a big issue for Americans. All that us non-American onlookers got during the election campaign was that the wall proposal was racist and would give rise to an intolerant White America. Was good to read about this issue from a die-hard conservative's point of view and I definitely found it quite eye opening. Ann provided a lot of anecdotal and statistical evidence to argue that non-western (particularly Hispanic) immigrant cultural attitudes and practices; crimes and felonies; and welfare abuse is sapping the resources of American tax payers. She argues that census data underestimates the total number of illegal immigrants in the country; and that the real picture is that there's 30 million. What I found particularly disturbing was how different cultures bring archaic understandings of how to treat women and children in America. Misogyny and violence; particularly sexual violence; by immigrant communities, is downplayed through political correctness via the media and civil liberty organisations. All the while Democrats are wringing their hands in glee, because these immigrants will vote for them. All the while Republicans keep shooting themselves in the foot trying to win more Hispanic votes when they should be focusing on their staple...White Americans. Which is what Donald Trump did and it worked ... he won. I could write more but suffice to say Americans should build that wall asap ... but I'm going to Fiji for my next holiday.
factual no nonsense brilliantly researched easy listening surprisingly humouress given the scarey state of affairs