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- Ugandan court invalidates controversial anti-gay law
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Topic - Dinesh D'Souza
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza called Costco's decision to pull his best-selling book off its shelves this month "bizarre" and credited the ensuing social media outcry with causing the wholesaler to restock "America: Imagine a World Without Her."
Costco has announced its decision to reorder the new best-selling book "America" by conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza after the wholesaler pulled the book from shelves and caused a public outcry.
Costco has suddenly — and according to author Dinesh D'Souza, inexplicably — booted his book from stores nationwide, ordering chain operators to clear their shelves of "America: Imagine a World Without Her" by July 15.
It debuts in 1,000 nationwide theaters Wednesday: That would be "America: Imagine the World Without Her," the unapologetic feature film written and produced by Dinesh D'Souza and Gerald R. Molen that offers rare applause for American exceptionalism.
"America isn't the problem, America is the answer," best-selling conservative author Dinesh D'Souza concludes in his new documentary "America: Imagine a World Without Her."
Hillary Clinton's new book, "Hard Choices," shot to the top of the New York Times' bestsellers list after its release, but it appears as though the paper is ignoring a conservative author's new effort despite strong sales.
President Obama is purposely trying to erode America's greatness and diminish the U.S. influence on the international stage in order to level the playing field for all the world's nations, said documentarian and author Dinesh D'Souza, in a recent interview.
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza pleaded guilty in Manhattan on Tuesday morning to making illegal campaign contributions in the names of others.
A conservative scholar behind a high-grossing film condemning President Barack Obama pleaded guilty Tuesday to making illegal campaign contributions to a U.S. Senate candidate in New York.
Lady Justice's blindfold sometimes slips. No argument about that. But now she has thrown it aside to prosecute -- some would say persecute --; Dinesh D'Souza, a successful conservative author and filmmaker, on flimsy charges of violating campaign finance law. Whether guilty or not, the fact that Mr. D'Souza has been singled out for prosecution while others skate past freely reveals President Obama's thumb on the famous lady's scale.
A New York judge says he sees no evidence that a conservative scholar and filmmaker is being selectively prosecuted.
Dinesh D'Souza's new film will feature several prominent liberal voices who have been critical of America, including Noam Chomsky and Bill Ayers, the director told The Hollywood Reporter.
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.
He wrote "The Roots of Obama's Rage" in 2010 and produced "2016: Obama's America" in 2012, the second-highest-grossing U.S. documentary film ever.
Unabashed in his faith, he wrote several books of Christian apologetics including "What's So Great about Christianity?" which made him an icon of the right and a pain in the nether regions of those on the left.