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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Dinesh D'Souza
There may be something to the claim that all people want to be free. It's a demonstrable fact, though, that freedom has been under attack, usually successfully, for thousands of years.
Deep in the doldrums of a second term, this White House is turning into a ridiculous parody of itself.
Author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza has been trying to defend himself against charges he made illegal campaign contributions, but few in the mainstream media seem interested in listening to him.
Preet Bharara, the U.S. prosecutor who last week indicted anti-Obama filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza on campaign finance charges, is the snapping jaws of Attorney General Eric H. Holder's junkyard attack dog and the velvet fixer of President Obama’s thorniest political problems.
Oscar-winning producer Gerald Molen has accused the Obama administration of targeting his conservative colleague, director Dinesh D'Souza, who was indicted last week on campaign finance charges.
A Republican candidate told government investigators that a conservative scholar and author lied to her about the source of donations made to her U.S. Senate campaign, a prosecutor disclosed at an arraignment Friday.
A conservative scholar and author known recently for his critical works on President Barack Obama was indicted in New York on charges he violated campaign finance laws, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
Conservative author Dinesh D'Souza tweeted, then deleted a comment on Thursday saying he's thankful America has prevailed, having a "grown-up Trayvon [Martin] in the White House."
A conservative scholar behind a high-grossing documentary that condemns President Barack Obama is under investigation by the evangelical college he leads over a report he took a woman who is not his wife to an event on Christian values.
In an Aug. 28 story about the film "2016: Obama's America," The Associated Press erroneously suggested the film did not address the increase in the national debt under President George W. Bush. The film includes an interview with economist David Walker, who does mention the increase in the debt under Bush.
Early in the 2012 campaign season, predictions were that a major film would reach theaters in the fall, shine a spotlight on one of the presidential candidates, and possibly influence the outcome of the election. And that's how it happened, except the movie wasn't "Zero Dark Thirty," the surefire Hollywood blockbuster about the killing of Osama bin Laden that Republicans feared would throw the election to President Obama.
Dinesh D'Souza's sleeper political documentary "2016: Obama's America" was the No. 1, largest-grossing conservative documentary ever in its first week of wide release last week.
It wasn't backed by any Hollywood movie studio. Reviews were mostly negative. It premiered in Houston, not Los Angeles or New York. And yet despite the unconventional release of "2016: Obama's America," the movie is now among the most successful political documentaries of all time _ and it doesn't show signs of cooling down ahead of the presidential election.
A check of the facts shows that an "anti-Colonial" Obama — as argued in Dinesh D'Souza's latest film — is simply not plausible.
"2016: Obama's America," a new conservative film exploring the roots of President Barack Obama's political views, took in $6.2 million to make it one of the highest-grossing movies of last weekend. The film, written and narrated by conservative scholar Dinesh D'Souza, argues that Obama was heavily influenced by what D'Souza calls the "anti-colonial" beliefs of his father, Barack Obama Sr., a Kenyan academic who was largely absent from the president's life.