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That’s right. Your eyes are not deceiving you. You can save $20 off the cover price of what is sure to be the most important book of the year – Tom Tancredo’s “In Mortal Danger: The Battle for America’s Border and Security.”
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo.
In his first book ever, the courageous Colorado congressman who has led the national fight against illegal immigration, and for real border control, lays out the specifics of his plan to put America’s national security ahead of politics.
Just released, this book is destined to become a No. 1 best-seller – perhaps, some suggest, even positioning Tancredo for high national office. The chairman of the House Immigration Reform Caucus is launching a major media campaign as well as a national promotional tour as books begin arriving in retail stores across the country.
But you can get your copy of this sensational, 224-page hardcover book right NOW – and save $20 off the cover price – by taking advantage of this special offer, exclusively from WorldNetDaily and WND Books, the folks who, with Tancredo, conceptualized it and published it.
Make no mistake: Tom Tancredo’s book will keep the national debate about illegal aliens and border security hot on the front burner through the midterm elections this fall – and beyond.
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Important: For this very special $4.95 offer, you will receive Tancredo’s “In Mortal Danger” as well as three free issues of Whistleblower magazine. Also included with your free issues will be a renewal notice for a one-year Whistleblower subscription. If you wish to renew, do nothing, and your credit card which has been pre-authorized will be debited for the annual renewal rate of $49.95. (There’s no risk, because at any time you can cancel your subscription for a full refund on the unused portion.) If you don’t want to renew, simply cancel by calling 1-800-4WNDCOM (800-496-3266) or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org before the charge date printed on the renewal card you’ll receive. Either way, the book and the 3 free issues are yours to keep. (Only one copy of “In Mortal Danger” at this price per household. Offer good only in the U.S.)
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