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WILMINGTON, NC, July 28, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Leftist Politicians and the leftist US media are having a field day with the topic of immigration these days. Sadly, nobody is talking about the most important point. They blatantly use the "immigration issue" to gain favor perhaps, garner votes (certainly) or to create attention-grabbing headlines to increase advertising revenues. In doing so, they obscure the core issue and the real truth.
Why do people want to immigrate to America? Because America is the greatest country in the world. However, few people are really talking about that. Donald Trump has struck a chord with the American people by stating his desire to "Make America Great" again and the American public has responded.
Paranoia about terrorism, drugs and the declining number of American jobs aside, when we look at immigration from a perspective above the battlefield of political talking points, we begin to understand that immigration is really about people's desire to live in the greatest country in the world. It is that message that resonates with huge numbers of the American public.
It is painful to watch anyone attempt to use the greatest strength America has to divide her in the interest of self aggrandizement. If the desire is to gain votes or create interest in current events, it might make more sense to focus in on the bottom line. America is the greatest country in the world - it is that message Americans need to hear, especially now.
David Michael Palladino, author of 'Quest For Freedom', writes inspirational fiction for young people. He teaches, through his works of fiction, important ideals and values. As a former U.S. Army Ranger, former High School Phys-Ed & Health Teacher and Coach, and founder of "Palladino Martial Arts", he understands the significance of instilling these all-important ideals and values in young people. 'Quest For Freedom' helps communicate freedom's true meaning to a younger audience. For this reason it will appeal to parents, grandparents and educators and those who are old enough to remember what America used to be. Palladino deftly paints a picture of America as she really was during the Cold War. He shows us clearly why American freedom and American values held such appeal for many oppressed people in other parts of the world.
During the first Cold War the world revolved around the conflict between the theologies of communism and democracy. The two main protagonists in this conflict were the United States in the West and the Soviet Union in the East. As Eastern Bloc leaders began to tighten restrictions in the lives of their people, commensurate with their increase in power, there began to emerge, in the East, a group of young people, hard and idealistic, adventurous and courageous. These would become the heroes of the movement of their time. These were the brave young souls who, with inspiration from President Reagan, began to break down the Iron Curtain. The escape from Soviet Communism and the quest for freedom is the theme of 'Quest For Freedom'. Set in the Cold War era, the book is the engaging story of Adriana Corderu and her quest to obtain freedom by escaping the Iron Curtain.
'Quest for Freedom' has received rave reviews. One reviewer stated, "More native born Americans need to know this story and more importantly appreciate our country as she did." Another said, "The readers become engrossed immediately in Palladino's dynamic effervescent style."
David Palladino is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at [email protected]. 'Adriana Corderu, Quest for Freedom' is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Rosedog Books. More information, including samples of the book, is available at Palladino's website at http://www.inspirationalbookauthor.com.
David Michael Palladino writes inspirational fiction for young readers. His background helps him in crafting messages that resonate with young readers and teaches them important ideals and values. He utilizes engaging works of fiction to help instill these values.
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