Skip to comments.Minuteman Founder Pens Explosive New Book
Posted on 05/15/2006 11:09:55 AM PDT by shining_city
Forthcoming book "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders" by Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist and "Unfit for Command" co-author Jerome Corsi details the devastating social and economic costs of rampant illegal immigration. The Mexican government's influence is questioned. How will this controversial book impact this fall's elections?
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 15, 2006 -- George W. Bush's call to deploy National Guard troops along the Mexican border in an effort to keep out illegal immigrants represents a major shift from the president's own calls for amnesty earlier this year. What prompted this development? The Minuteman Project, the all-volunteer civilian border patrol that Bush once called "vigilantes," has helped rally public opinion and forced Washington to finally address the devastating costs wrought by years of uncontolled illegal immigration.
In "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders" (World Ahead Publishing; hardcover; ISBN 0977898415), the explosive new book out August 1st, Minuteman Project founder Jim Gilchrist and co-author Jerome Corsi show in stark and irrefutable detail not just how our southern border has disintegrated into a Wild West where anything goes -- including murder, human and drug trafficking -- but how and why our elected officials have willingly aided and abetted this Trojan horse invasion.
"Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders" is the first time this story has been told. Controversial from its inception, the Minuteman Project has forced cowardly politicians to make public their stands on illegal immigration for the first time -- a development which brought millions of prostestors into the streets this spring and has insured that illegal immigration will continue to be the #1 issue in this falls elections.
Jerome Corsis prior book "Unfit For Command: Swiftboat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry" torpedoed Kerrys presidential campaign and entered the term swiftboating into the American lexicon. Will "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders" cost George W. Bush the Republican control of Congress? Or will it lead the president and the GOP to take steps beyond deploying National Guardsmen along our 2000 mile border?
"With its no-holds-barred take on the most pressing issue facing the country today," says Eric M. Jackson, president of World Ahead Publishing, "'Minutemen' will energize, infuriate and mobilize millions of Americans on both sides of the issue. We're proud to publish what is sure to be one of 2006s most controversial books."
Now let's hope that President Bush has gotten the hint and proposes some good solutions to this problem in his speech tonight...
Action speaks louder than speeches : )
Build the Wall NOW
will definitely buy this book. thx for the post.
The Minutemen just may be the last patriots in the country. They should be a model of change for conservatives. When no one in a position of power will do what's right, it's time for the American people to step up and do what needs to be done. This tactic could and should be used for issues other than immigration.
They are true patriots, that's for sure. And they used the same model that our forefathers employed -- voluntary organization of willing men (and women!) to answer a threat to our republic.
Conservatives should definitely tip their hats to Gilchrist and his fellow patriots for what they've done.
Bush never called the Minuteman Project "vigilantes", but good luck selling your book.
No - he answered a question about ANYONE "hunting migrant people along the border" - the Minutemen don't do that, do they?
No - read the transcript for yourself - and then see if you can answer my question:
Since when on FR do we trust the MSM over reading the actual question and answer? You also never answered my first question: "Does the Minuteman Project hunt migrant people along the border?".
Fine - does the Minuteman Project hunt invaders along the border? "Yes" or "no" would do.
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