• The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration

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  • By: John Zmirak, Al Perrotta
  • Narrated by: John McLain
  • Length: 7 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (139 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The crime statistics, the jobs, the inflated welfare state, the terror threats - The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration shines cold light on America's out-of-control immigration problem with real-life stories and incontrovertible evidence.

©2018 John Zmirak and Al Perrotta (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Politically unfactual guide...

So many problems with this logic and approach to the subject. Authors conflated asylum and immigration, showed a lack of understanding international law, and used examples of two Mexicans (one East Coast and one West Coast) to generalize the migrant stereotype. The end is a joke -- showing people how to argue for restrictive immigration policies with "Pollyanna." I was hoping for a more educated view from the conservative viewpoint, but I was disappointed.

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Every American Should Read this book.

You will understand why we must get this under control. Control will determine our future.

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Extremely thought-provoking and engaging

This was a well written and organized book.

If you always knew in the back your mind that our current immigration system was in need of serious repair, but not quite sure why, or more importantly, how to fix it, then this is a perfect book for you.

Heck, even if you don’t think our current integration system is in serious need of repair, and this is the perfect book for you!

The authors do a great job of laying out the issues with our current immigration system. They then provide the historical facts to show what our framers intended. They then go on to show the tremendous problems are current immigration system is causing our country. Finally they propose 15 extremely common sense a cool steps to take to correct it.

The narration the book was excellent.

You absolutely won’t regret listening to this book!

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Great Book on Immigration

The authors write clear reasons to have controls on immigration to keep America a strong country.
The man who reads the book is very good.

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INFORMATION!

Regardless of your opinion on immigration, open your mind and listen to the figures presented, policies attempted and the cost of immigration to the American public.

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must read

any American citizen should hear this book and understand the truth and struggle of immigration and the Constitution and the law

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Good but I found myself having to come back to it.

I like John McClain as a narrator, however, he was quite flat in this reading. The information was good. Factual. Unbiased. Great source for The Who what when where and why of immigration. Rational and thoughtful, no demonization. But I would take day long breaks from it. Even a week sometimes because I just couldn’t get into it, even thought I thought the content was excellent. Either he wasn’t really “in to” this book or was overly flat. It’s just not the kind of work for him. I was barely able to finish it. Which is a shame because the book is fantastic. I bought the print edition to go back through.

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Very candid and crass - love it!

The unapologetic and fact based approach to history, politicalization, and marginalization of immigrants throughout US history and the exploitation of these groups for political purposes. Very well written.

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Beautifully written

A very spectacular book. Details what makes us members of a proud and beautiful Country. Well written. Not at all what I was expecting. Rather, so much more!! Thank you.

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a good sign what the authentic american think

I'm from brazilian ascendence. and very curious about what americans thought in this matter. So to me this book was a good introduction besides could be considered a little xenophobic. In the great picture they were right and sometimes biased. But I'm praised to hear that leftists have to face hard people like these ones.

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