Friday, July 4, 2014

D’Souza’s America

Dinesh D’Souza takes on Obama, Hillary, Saul Alinsky, and Howard Zinn in a single bold film. - JOHN FUND/National Review
The Fourth of July weekend is coming up, and this year you can do something other than fireworks and a barbecue to celebrate our nation’s freedom.

Dinesh D’Souza, the controversial social commentator who shook up Hollywood with the $33 million earned by the theatrical release of his Obama 2016, is back with a more polished and more powerful message.

At one level, his message in America: Imagine a World Without Her is deeply pessimistic: “The American dream is shrinking because some of our leaders want it to shrink. Decline, in other words, has become a policy objective. And if this decline continues at the current pace, America as we know it will cease to exist. In effect, we will have committed national suicide.”

But most people will leave the theater with a more optimistic conclusion: Much of the criticism of America taught in the nation’s schools is easily refuted, America is worth saving, and we have the tools to do so in our DNA, just waiting to be harnessed.
Is America a Source of Pride, as Americans Have Long Believed … or Shame, as Liberals Insist? - By the Makers of Dinesh D’Souza’s America/National Review
New York Times bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza and Schindler’s List producer Gerald Molen share alarm at how these destructive accusations are taught in schools, preached by Hollywood, and are setting policy in today’s baffling, confused White House. Obama sees Americans as “greedy, selfish, materialistic” — needing to be punished and subdued.

No, Americans are the most wonderful, moral people in the world, says D’Souza — and history proves his passion, which he celebrates in this astonishing, entertaining movie, America: Imagine a World without Her.
Indomitable D’Souza Produces Powerful America - Klavan On The Culture/PJMedia
The film, produced by the Academy-award winning producer of Schindler’s List Gerald Molen and D'Souza, takes viewers through the pivotal moments in American history, led by the men who carved out the country's stake in the world and turned her from a unconquered continent to a superpower.
America promises to bring audiences "face-to-face with the heroes who built America, in the times in which they lived, bled, and sacrificed in order to build a great nation."

"You’ll be there as Columbus sets foot on American soil, as bullets whiz by Washington’s head, as Douglass demands that America live up to the promises of her Founding Fathers, and as Lincoln sacrifices thousands of lives, including his own, to right a great wrong of history," the studio announced.


"America" premieres July 2. To demand that a theater near you show "America,"
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‘Facts are stubborn things’: Dinesh D’Souza debates Bill Ayers [video] - Twitchy