By Dick Morris, Eileen Mcgann
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann are outrage—and you have to be, too! half all unlawful immigrants got here into this state legally—and we don't have any method of figuring out they're nonetheless the following! Congressmen are placing their better halves on their crusade payrolls! The UN is a canopy for enormous corruption! Drug businesses repay medical professionals to put in writing scrips—whether we want them or no longer! lecturers unions block the firing of undesirable teachers—and conflict opposed to better schooling criteria! Katrina sufferers are being stiffed by means of their insurance firms! targeted pursuits price our shoppers $45 billion via alternate quotas that store just a handful of jobs! blind to those abuses? it is not staggering because the mainstream media do not discuss them. Too many strong individuals are operating very challenging to hide them up. yet in Outrage, big apple instances bestselling authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann provide the chilly, tough proof you will not examine anyplace else—and supply tricky, common sense proposals on the right way to struggle the distinctive pursuits of the left and correct . . . which will commence making those outrageous inequities issues of the earlier!
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