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With America’s increasingly chaotic and threatening border/immigration problem – dramatized most recently in the controversial long-term imprisonment of two Border Patrol agents, at the urging of the Mexican government – very few U.S. leaders are offering any real solutions. One of the few showing real leadership is Colorado congressman and Republican presidential hopeful Tom Tancredo, whose new book – “In Mortal Danger: The Battle for America’s Border and Security” – boldly lays out his plan for putting America’s national security ahead of politics, political correctness and outright corruption.

TODAY ONLY, and exclusively from WND, you can save $20 off the cover price of Tancredo’s blockbuster book!

Until tonight at 10 p.m. Pacific, you can get your copy of this sensational, 224-page hardcover book for only $4.95 by taking advantage of this special offer.

Make no mistake: Tancredo’s book has played a major role in keeping the national debate about illegal aliens and border security hot on the front burner of national debate, and it will continue to shape the debate through the next two years when America chooses its 44th president.


Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo.

But wait – it gets better. There’s another part to this deal. When you order Tancredo’s book for $4.95, we will also send you, FREE, three sizzling issues of WND’s critically acclaimed monthly magazine, Whistleblower.

Many readers consider Whistleblower to be simply the world’s best newsmagazine. Each issue focuses like a powerful laser on a single topic – from the Federal Reserve to abortion to evolution to the Constitution – explored thoroughly, and with facts and insight such as you’ve never seen anywhere else.

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So, for $4.95 you get a hardcover copy of Tancredo’s “In Mortal Danger,” plus you get three sample issues of Whistleblower, including our most popular issue ever exposing the fraud of the Federal Reserve – in hopes, of course, that you will do what most people do, which is to become a long-term Whistleblower subscriber. The three issues of Whistleblower alone represent a savings of $22.50. So, you save $20 on the book, $22.50 on the three issues of Whistleblower – all for an investment of $4.95.

(Note: This offer does not apply to current Whistleblower subscribers or those living outside the U.S. However, if you want to subscribe or renew to Whistleblower, we have a fantastic offer here!)

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 canceltrial@wnd.com before the charge date printed on the renewal card you’ll receive. Either way, the book and the three 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.)

Just one more thing, says WND’s Joseph Farah: “We’re making this offer because we believe in this book, in this author, and in the plan he outlines. We believe if this book becomes the No. 1 best-seller in the nation, it could have a profound impact on the future of American politics, and particularly on our border policy.

“So get truly informed. Grab Washington’s attention. Back a courageous elected official who is taking a principled stand. We can’t make it any easier than this.”

Order your copy of Tom Tancredo’s “In Mortal Danger” for just $4.95 – and enjoy all the extras on us. But the offer ends tonight at 10 p.m. Pacific, so do it now!

If you prefer to order by phone, call our toll-free customer service line at 1-800-4WND-COM (1-800-496-3266) between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Central.

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