Vail Parents Handbook published under Mexican flag

The Vail Parents Handbook purports to answer the perennial question, "What are we going to do with kids today?"

There is one stickler, however. The handbook is printed in a foreign language with a Mexican flag on the cover.

Which might prompt one to question who the handbook's advertisers are marketing to:

a) American citizens and legal immigrants, or 

b) Illegal aliens with only a rudimentary comprehension of printed English.

While Americans may lament at the implicit conquest of their country, their culture, and their jobs, thanks to the cult of multiculturalism, corporate interests reap immense profits by marketing to this foreign demographic.