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Hollywood may have run out of summer hits, but an anti-Obama documentary is helping to fill the gap.
Give President Obama four more years in the White House, Dinesh D'Souza seems to be saying, and down could fall the curtain upon America as the land of freedom and opportunity. Which, by the way, wouldn't perplex the president, as Mr. D'Souza understands him: This self-fancying "overlord of America," "the Indispensable One," whose subordinates we are, our "Big Daddy," operating by his own ordinances, and, accordingly, "the most dangerous man" in the country.
Ask someone to describe what sets America apart from the rest of the world and the word "equality" almost surely will come up.
Deep-fried controversy continues: "Chick-fil-A Day" looms Wednesday, organized by Mike Huckabee and some 219,000 fans of the embattled restaurant chain after its CEO Dan Cathy condemned gay marriage, prompting multiple boycotts and much political posturing.
While President Obama made headlines for downplaying the threat posed by Venezuela's Hugo Chavez to national security, such naive remarks should hardly come as a surprise given his track record.
Can Americans discern between the "dreams" of President Obama and those of the Founding Fathers? The makers of the upcoming documentary film "2016: Obama's America" hope so. "I've got a strong desire to defend against the changes in our culture, our life, our laws, our freedom. We now have someone in office who has professed a desire for change, and this has disturbed me," producer Gerald R. Molen tells Inside the Beltway.
Here comes "2016: Obama's America," a well-funded, feature-length documentary from Gerald Molen, veteran producer of such blockbusters as "Schindler's List" and "Jurassic Park," based on Dinesh D'Souza's best-selling 2011 book, "The Roots of Obama's Rage."