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Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation by Erik Rush
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.6" Width: 5.6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2007
Publisher Level 4 Press
ISBN 1933769238 ISBN13 9781933769233
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More About Erik Rush
An accomplished musician with a background in biomedical research, sales, marketing and media production, Rush broke the story of Obama's militant minister Rev. Jeremiah Wright. He writes columns for WorldNetDaily and has appeared on Fox News, CNN and numerous radio shows. Previous books include Annexing Mexico, The Angels Fell and It's the Devil, Stupid!
Reviews - What do customers think about Annexing Mexico: Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation?
Everyone should have this book! Apr 2, 2007
Erik Rush has written a thought provoking book that deals with one of the biggest issues of our time. The book is constructed in an easy to understand format and the information really hits home. This is a book for thinkers, for people who care about the future of this country. This is a book that should be on everyone's bookshelf.
Erik Rush Makes The Case For Annexation And Assimilation Of Mexico Mar 26, 2007
After reading Erik Rush's new book, "Annexing Mexico, Solving the Border Problem Through Annexation and Assimilation," I am very pleased to post part of a message I sent to him:
"I finished your new book, "Annexing Mexico" last week and thoroughly enjoyed it. About a year ago I began to think that we might do something like "bringing the USA to the Mexicans" as opposed to them invading us illegally. You have done an excellent job of putting those thoughts into words and the history, statistics, charts and graphs concerning this massive problem will be very useful in future discussions with my friends on this subject. I also plan to petition my senators and congressman with this plan as a viable alternative to the futile attempt to seal our existing border. Annexation and assimilation could be a true "win-win" for all of us."
This new approach to solving an on going problem deserves to be considered more seriously by every American citizen before the illegal immigrant invasion gets totally out of control. Our leaders in Washington, DC, would be well advised to study this interesting concept to see how it could solve a very real problem. A very good read.
Cooper F. Hawthorne
Good writing, interesting ideas Mar 23, 2007
Not all who can write are published and not all who are published can write. Lucky readers interested in the boiling immigration issue with Mexico will be delighted to find Erik Rush a masterful writer with an interesting suggestion for solving the immigration problem -- annexing the half of Mexico we didn't take in 1848.
Even if you don't come to the same conclusion, Rush offers solid facts entertainingly presented and reading his book can't help but increase everyone's understanding of this troubling and complex issue.