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Why Obamacare Isn’t Moral

Dinesh D’Souza, the author of Obama’s America: Unmaking the American Dream, explains why universal healthcare isn’t as morally defensible — let alone as efficient or practical — as its supporters pretend. He appeared in this forum with Michael Shermer at the invitation of the Oregon State University Socratic Club. H/T Moonbattery

 

2016 More Relevant Now

Dinesh D’Souza, filmmaker of the documentary 2016: Obama’s America, says the work is even more relevant now that President Obama has won re-election. While it’s too early to say if the most dire predictions in the film will come true, D’Souza says he’s troubled with two recent developments: 1. Obama scheduling a trip to Russia, presumably to discuss dismantling America’s nuclear defenses 2. The continued rise in Muslim militancy around the world. He discusses these issues with Newsmax.

Obama’s Half-Brother Speaks

Here is an excerpt from 2016: Obama’s America in which author/filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza interviews George Obama, the president’s half-brother. George lives in a hut in Nairobi, Kenya, a spare quarters that D’Souza describes as “like something out of Slumdog Millionaire.” George Obama hasn’t received any help from his more famous relative. “I think he has a family of his own,” George says. “I’m a member of his family, but I’m over-age, so I help myself.”

2016 Obama’s America

“Love him or hate him, you don’t know him.” That’s the tagline of an explosive new Obama documentary put together by Dinesh D’Souza, New York Times best-selling author, and produced by Gerald R. Molen, whose credits include Schindler’s List and Rain Man. The film postulates what America will be like in 2016 if Barack Obama is re-elected to a second term. In a rare achievement for a documentary, the film earned $31,610 this past weekend playing at only one theater in Houston, Texas. It will roll out nationally over the next few months.

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