By Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter is again, extra fearless than ever.
In Adios, the US she touches the 3rd rail in American politics, attacking the immigration factor head-on and flying within the face of los angeles Raza, the Democrats, a media decided to hide up immigrants' crimes, church buildings that receives a commission by way of the govt for his or her "charity," and grasping Republican businessmen and crusade consultants—all of whom are profiting handsomely from mass immigration that's tearing the rustic aside. making use of her trademark biting humor to the catastrophe that's U.S. immigration coverage, Coulter proves that immigration is an important factor dealing with the USA this day.
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The rehabilitative aspects of social discipline were considered capable of combating the ‘self-indulgence’ embodied by drug addicts of all genders, but this project assumed a perniciously gendered form in cases where addicts were responsible for dependent children. Paternalism was pervasive in these days before the women’s movement. ‘Spare us the pregnant ladies’: Early mentions of pregnant drug users In a rare mention of children born to drug-addicted women during the 1950s, John Stanton, Chief of the Narcotic Bureau in the City of Buffalo, noted that the ‘out-of-wedlock’ children born of ‘mothers having the habit’ were causing ‘not only a police problem but a welfare problem’ (ABA, 1957: 971).
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