The views that are presented in this book are the views of Ann Coulter, who is the author of Adios, America. The writers at Summary Station made it their goal to stay impartial when it came to crafting this book. Their goal was to give listeners an idea of Coulter's opinions and the reasons she has formed them. Immigration reform is a very controversial issue, and it is only going to become more important as time goes on. It is clear to see that progress needs to be made in the case of immigration reform. However, it is not yet clear which direction America will take in the manner of making this progress.
Coulter does not think that all immigrants are bad people. She simply feels that there are problems that are created by some immigrants that America is not capable of dealing with. There is no doubt that America is facing difficult times, and the future is unclear. Coulter wants to see America fix its current problems and become a prosperous place. There will be many new challenges imposed upon America as time goes on, and the country must be strong enough to face them. Coulter does not appear to be very optimistic about America's ability to stay strong enough to deal with future problems, and that seems to be her motivation for writing Adios, America.
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A robot would have been a better narrator. The summary was pitiful. My child did better book reports when she was eight. I expected to get some useful information from this and hoped to slide by without the time and money investment. I wasted both my time and my money on this atrocity. Lesson learned. Looking forward to listening to author's actual work in her own voice.