Dinesh D’Souza

Kelly File April 18th: Bundy Ranch Discussions

by Mike April 19, 2014

With Dana Loesch, Marc Theissen, and Dinesh D’Souza Great coverage of Harry Reid’s outrageous claims about Bundy and his supporters, contrasted with Senator Dean Heller (R,NV), who calls them ‘Patriots’. Dana Loesch, Marc Theissen, and Dinesh D’Souza have all investigated the case, and bring their perspectives – D’Souza is on location. You can see many […]

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The “inverted morality” of Obamacare and the Democrats

by Tim Condon November 20, 2012

Well worth watching:  

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Di Lothrop: WOW! Everyone needs to read “Obama’s America”!

by Mike August 24, 2012

Guest post by Di Lothrop, who reviewed Dinesh D’Souza’s new book for the Grok: I have just finished reading “Obama’s America” by Dinesh D’Souza and all I can say is WOW! Everyone needs to read this very informative book! I immigrated to the United States from Liverpool, England 40 years ago because I was attracted […]

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2016 Obama’s America: The Book and the Movie – Here This Week

by Mike August 22, 2012

Thanks to Tom for posting the film trailer earlier in the week, but wait, there’s even more – a growing list of venues to see the film in and around NH, starting this Friday, and there’s also the new book “Obama’s America: Unmaking the American Dream”, which covers in scary detail the resentment Obama has […]

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2016 – The Obama Movie

by Tom August 20, 2012

If you’ve never heard Dinesh D’Souza speak before, catch him here, speaking to CPAC 2012 (speech begins @ 2:00). He’s a brilliant, articulate author, President of The King’s College, and now his book, Obama’s America, has been made into a movie, that shows what America would look like, in 2016, in the fallout of a […]

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“We Are Our Brother’s Keeper” Really?

by Scott Morales August 16, 2012

“We are our brother’s keeper,” is frequently uttered by his Majesty, which often incites a racing chill up the spine of the unfortunate recipients of the utterance. The chill is especially acute to those who actually read the Bible.  Characteristically, however, it’s meant to be taken figuratively and not literally.  Or so it seems.  Because […]

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