For the first time ever, WorldNetDaily is giving away, today only, Michelle Malkin’s phenomenal best-seller, “Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores.”

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In “Invasion,” Michelle Malkin gives us the bad news – terrorists are all still welcome in America – long after Sept. 11, 2001

Malkin, one of America’s most important young journalists and a first-generation American of Filipino descent, shows how the U.S. government, plagued by inertia, political correctness and corruption, refuses to enforce its immigration laws with consistency and common sense. In “Invasion,” Malkin reveals:

  • How the Sept. 11 terrorists and other menaces exploited U.S. immigration laws;

  • How government officials sell residency and citizenship privileges for sex, Oriental carpets and cash;

  • Why New York City – despite being targeted by terrorists who violated immigration laws – insists on operating as a safe haven for illegal aliens;

  • How the very people paid to protect our borders let terrorists, cop–killers and other violent criminals loose on the American public;

  • How millions of foreigners are rushed through airports without proper screening because of pressure from corporate special interests;

  • How politicians’ vote pandering – from Bill Clinton’s “Citizenship USA” program to George W. Bush’s courtship of Hispanics – endangers the nation’s safety;

Malkin, former editorial writer for the Seattle Times and Los Angeles Daily News, writes a nationally syndicated column. She is a Fox News Channel commentator.

Sean Hannity calls “Invasion” “a stunning bill of indictment, showing how our own government lets known terrorists, murderers, and other criminals into the United States.”

And columnist David Limbaugh says: “You’ll be shocked and outraged when you read ‘Invasion’ – and with good reason. Malkin shows how the political correctness, liberal bias, and sheer fraud that are rampant in the federal government when it comes to immigration have not only endangered, but cost, American lives.”

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