Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders

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The issue of securing America's borders has taken on new importance since 9/11. Few organizations have responded to the challenge like The Minuteman Project. The Project is not a call to arms, but a call to voices seeking a peaceful and respectable resolution to the chaotic neglect of this vital issue by members of U.S. local, state and federal governments charged with applying U.S. immigration law. It is not just a call to bring national awareness to the shambles that is U.S. immigration law enforcement but a ...

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Overview

The issue of securing America's borders has taken on new importance since 9/11. Few organizations have responded to the challenge like The Minuteman Project. The Project is not a call to arms, but a call to voices seeking a peaceful and respectable resolution to the chaotic neglect of this vital issue by members of U.S. local, state and federal governments charged with applying U.S. immigration law. It is not just a call to bring national awareness to the shambles that is U.S. immigration law enforcement but a reminder to Americans that our nation was founded as one governed by the "rule of law," not by the whims of mobs of illegals who endlessly stream across our borders, overcrowding schools, hospitals — and jails. "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders" is sure to be one of this year's most controversial books.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780977898411
  • Publisher: WND Books, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/25/2006
  • Edition description: 1ST
  • Pages: 375
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Jim Gilchrist, a Marine veteran and winner of the Purple Heart, is the founder of the civilian border patrol group known as the Minuteman Project. Jerome Corsi, Ph.D, co-authored the NY Times #1 bestseller Unfit For Command.The book's foreword will be written by Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO.)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2006

    Minutemen Discourage Illegal Immigrants

    The United States Census Bureau estimates that roughly 10-12 million illegal immigrants live in the USA today. Some researchers, believing it is necessary to account for the government¿s inevitable under-sampling of the illegal immigrant population, believe that 20 million is a more realistic estimate. The vast majority of these immigrants are Hispanics who have entered the USA from Mexico. Illegal immigration is an increasingly volatile issue in American politics. Many people want to decriminalize illegal immigration. Others want current immigration laws to be enforced more effectively, even if that necessitates the deportation of several million people. Gilchrist & Corsi, who have an unambiguous right-wing bias, belong to this latter group. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in American political and social documentary. Regardless of your stance vis-á-vis the authors¿ political agenda, the material in this book provides stimulating food for thought. Perhaps you will be swayed by Gilchrist & Corsi¿s arguments, or perhaps you won¿t. One thing I guarantee is that you will be challenged to think about them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2006

    SECURING OUR BORDERS

    'MINUTEMEN' IS A GREAT BOOK THAT I READ AND WAS VERY FASINATED BY ALL OF THE RESEARCH AND DOCUMENTATION THAT THE 2 WRITERS HAVE PUT INTO THIS MOST FASINATING PUBLICATION. I HAVE BEEN VERY CONCERNED FOR ALONG TIME ABOUT OUR BORDERS AND POSSIBLE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY THAT CAN HAPPEN IF NOT PROPERLY WATCHED SO IAM MOST INDEBT TO THESE MOST TALENTED WRITERS FOR ALL THIS VALUABLE INFORMATION THAT THEY HAVE SHARED WITH ME IN THIS GREAT BOOK. I FEEL I HAVE A BETTER PERSPECTIVE ON THE PROBLEMS FACING OUR BORDERS AND WHAT POSSIBLE STEPS CAN BE TAKEN TO MAKE THEM AND AMERICA MORE SECURE. IAM CONSIDERING GIVING 'MINUTEMEN' AS A GIFT TO SEVERAL OF MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS AS THERE BIRTHDAYS ARE RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER. THIS BOOK IS A REAL EDUCATION.

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