||February 26th, 2009|
More Book Reviews!
I enjoy book reviews. Thank you for "2014." During the late 1960 I was impressed with the futurism of "1984." Now we have by author Paul Gardner, another look into another side of a possible future. I would like to see more book reviews in "The Paper."
I even have a small two-bookcase library for some special books.
San Marcos, Ca.
A Different Opinion
I got a copy of "The Paper" with the giant "ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS - GO HOME!" headline. The article is just a conglomeration of the usual Schwilk-Minuteman lies, focused on Escondido politics and the drivers license checkpoints. Mr. Davis seems to confuse citizens of the United States getting educational and governmental help with illegal immigrants. This may be because he believes all Mexican-looking people are illegal immigrants. He seems to make no distinction. Funny how these guys are trying to ramp up xenophobic fear just as the crashing economy has lowered the jobs available - and therefore the immigration into southern California. What I found hilarious about your front page story was the giant picture of the Statue of Liberty holding her tablet that now says "NO VACANCY FOR ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS". I seem to recall it saying something else.
Likes The Paper
I just learned of your paper from a couple of letters to the NC Times applauding your recent treatise on illegal aliens. I looked up the article in your archives and read it. My compliments. It was information that every citizen needs to know but the powers that be in our country continue to obfuscate. Being a retired Special Agent, Anti-Smuggling, United States Border Patrol, that is still a subject very dear to my heart. I have written several letters and community forum pieces to the NC Times over the years. It appears to me that most of the newspapers and the general public still do not grasp the seriousness of our open borders and the constant stream of illegal aliens (mostly Mexican), drug traffickers and potential terrorists invading our country.
Apparently, according to your web site, you do not distribute in Fallbrook where I live. Hopefully, you will start. I and most of the people I know would welcome your paper. Personally, I would prefer to subscribe after reading a few issues to evaluate it.
In case you are not familiar with Fallbrook, we have a very compact commercial district (downtown) that would be very easy to drop off your paper at dozens of sites in a very short amount of time.
/s/Dan McCaskill, Jr
Fallbrook, CA 92028
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