How America Still Welcomes Terrorist, Criminals,
and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores
By Michelle Malkin
This shadowy co-conspirator was not an al Qaeda operative. Or an Iraqi secret agent. Or a Taliban chief. According to author Michelle Malkin, the 20th hijacker was our very own government.
Invasion exposes how America continues to welcome terrorists, criminal aliens, foreign murderers, torturers, and the rest of the world's "undesirables." It reveals how our immigration authorities have granted citizenship or legal permanent residence to America-haters and brutal thugs. And it explains how misguided policies and overworked officials have encouraged criminals to enter our country, abuse our systems, and attack our citizens.
In many cases, says Malkin, our government has approved policies that make it virtually impossible to identify or track known criminals entering our country.
In other areas, bureaucrats have consistently ignored rules set in place to prevent the entry of terrorists and violent criminals. In both cases, says Malkin, these dangerous failures endanger American lives -- and prevent honest, American-loving immigrants from entering our country and becoming citizens.
Based on exhaustive research and interviews with dozens of current and former immigration officials, Invasion shines light on how the INS, Congress, State Department, Big Business, and ethnic special interests continue to value criminal alien rights over American lives.
Related news story:
Oct. 25, 2002, John Muhammad and Lee Malvo
About the Author
Malkin is a Fox News commentator and frequent radio talk show guest, and has appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal, the McLaughlin Group, ABC's 20/20, and MSNBC.
Malkin, the daughter of Filipino immigrants, was born in Philadelphia in 1970 and raised in southern New Jersey. She is a graduate of Oberlin College and lives with her husband and daughter in Maryland.
All rights reserved.