- The Washington Times - Tuesday, July 8, 2014

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.

Mr. D’Souza said roughly 3,600 copies of his newest release has sold at Costco already, but he has no idea why the chain refuses to sell more.

“We’re in the process of finding out what’s happening,” he told WND. “I look forward to getting to the bottom of this and continuing the strong relationship my publisher and I have always had with Costco and their millions of shoppers.”

Mr. D’Souza also has a movie out by the same name, released just last week.

Both film and book look at the damage that progressive-minded politics has done to America, with an emphasis on the changes that have occurred under President Obama’s administration — which Mr. D’Souza says is steeped in progressive ideology.

“America” was No. 51 on Amazon’s bestseller list on Monday. 

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