Adios, America by Ann Coulter is a book centered around immigration in the United States, including the impact immigration has had on US history, government policies, and society in general.
Modern policies regarding immigration tends to lean in favor of the immigrant. This possibly comes from the fact that Hispanic immigrants often vote heavily in favor of Democrats, therefore Democrats have established policies that make it easier for illegal immigrants to remain in the country. One of these policies allows for immigrant families to remain in the US if their child or children were born in the country. These children are referred to as anchor babies. Another is amnesty, a policy that pardons individuals for breaking immigration laws under certain circumstances.
However, the impact of immigration on US society is not always beneficial. Many immigrants take advantage of welfare and federal assistance programs to support their families....
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I have no idea why audible thinks anybody would want to buy this POLITICALLY CORRECT dullified offend-no-one except patriots (Anne's readers) summary of a summary. Reads like it was written by the Martian propaganda director on the mother ship in the "Mars Attacks" movie. Quack! Quack! I thought I was buying the book.
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