President Bush, at a summit with his counterparts from Mexico and Canada, dismissed the idea that a North American Union (NAU) could be in the works. A reporter from Fox News asked him to categorically deny that plans for an NAU or a NAFTA superhighway were underway. The transcript
of Bush's reply shows that he side-stepped the issue and gave an indirect response.
Meanwhile, the 3rd printing of the NYT bestseller The Late Great U.S.A.
-- the book by Jerome Corsi that first shined the light of day on the NAU concept -- has just shipped from the printer. It is showing up as "in stock" once again at both Amazon
, and plenty of copies are currently in route to bookstores across the country.
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