Green Card Warrior by Nick Adams
My Quest for Legal Immigration in an Illegals' System

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How One Man Took On The State Department and Won

Nick Adams had it all: charisma, energy, a promising TV career, a new organization and an approved Green Card petition. The world was at his feet.

Then came the unexpected sabotage and political persecution from one individual. It began a spiral of destruction – finances, family, health and career. He almost lost it all.

Green Card Warrior is an explosive and startling exposé into the world of legal immigration and what many must endure to come to America.

Rising conservative star Nick Adams reveals how he was persecuted by the Obama Administration, and offers an incisive critique of the immigration system – both legal and illegal.

This eye-opening account shows how the Obama Administration has broken new ground in its intimidation and harassment of political opponents, now using its State Department to screen and select immigrants based on their politics.

In Green Card Warrior, Adams recounts his personal tale, setting it against the larger story of the broken legal immigration system, and unfairness of illegal immigration in America today.


About Nick Adams

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An editor and WaterDancer Press Publisher, Allyson felt her father's story couldn't go untold. Writing and telling stories are good medicine and I try to do them as often as possible. Allyson Lee Adams is a poet, patriot, playwright, director, producer, educator, actress and most recently, a publisher. Miss Adams is former Madam Mayor of National Historic Landmark, Virginia City, Montana. Adams controversial one-woman show Moment of Peace, about first Congresswoman and peace activist, Jeannette Rankin, toured Montana for a decade. Miss Adams won the Malibu Film Festival People's Choice Award for documentary Bittersweet Tale of a Hollywood Failure, and her docu-drama Peace is a Woman's Job, The Journey of Jeannette Rankin aired on PBS. PINK, drew sold out audiences in Los Angeles. Uncompromising, unflinching X-rated toughness. L.A. Times. Besides her rich and raw material, playwright Adams has both wit and profound honesty on her side. - Pick of the Week- L.A. Weekly. Adams has lectured at USC Film School on the Personal Narrative and served on the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speakers Bureau for her work about Jeannette Rankin and Emily Dickinson. As Amaterasu, The Japanese Sun Goddess, Miss Adams performed for the Los Angeles Fringe Theatre Festival in Malibu with Dr. Paul Humphreys, UCLA Ethnomusicology Dept. and his students. Miss Adams is a multi-faceted educator with 30 years experience in the arts working with young people across the globe. Children of the Long White Cloud is the name of Adams cultural theatre and reproductive health work with the Maori teens of New Zealand. As River Mountain Repertory Founder and Artistic Director, she was the three-time recipient of the S.P.I.N. (Special people in need) grant for her Youth Drama, History and Native Indian programs in southwestern Montana. Glad to be back home, Adams lives in the Malibu mountains.
Published November 1, 2016 by Post Hill Press. 103 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction