In America, D’Souza says 1960s radical leftism is more or less indistinguishable from current mainstream liberalism, a doctrine that preaches the United States is the product of “stealing and plunder” from Native Americans, Mexicans and African-American slaves.
“I want to take this progressive, leftist critique head on,” D’Souza says in the trailer.
Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film to Answer ‘What if America Never Existed?’
Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, hoping to replicate the box office success of his political documentary, “2016: Obama’s America,” is going into production for a new film with his same team simply titled, “America.”
“We are now living in the America that we warned our fellow citizens could come to pass if President Obama were re-elected,” said D’Souza, who will return as writer and host. The film’s announcement came on Saturday during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to “continue the dialogue with the audience.” [Read more…]
The following resolutions were proposed to the Kentucky Legislature, and this version was adopted on November 10, 1798, as a protest against the Alien and Sedition Acts passed by Congress. They were authored by Thomas Jefferson, but he did not make public the fact until years later. This represents one of the clearest expressions of his views on how the Constitution was supposed to be interpreted.
(We have added bullets after every colon for clarity. – Ed) [Read more…]
by Harrison H. Schmitt, America’s Uncommon Sense, July 15, 2011
The Roberts’ Supreme Court has become an important if erratic supporter of the 1st Amendment’s protection of political speech. Future decisions should begin to reverse many previous, adverse election law restrictions on political speech upheld in the past, such as banning independent political advertising before federal elections. [Read more…]
by Harrison H. Schmitt, Americas Uncommon Sense
Quoting from the 6-9-11 Postscript:
“As in the 1850s, Americans have divided themselves between those who would restrict liberty and those who would expand liberty. Let us work to see that the electorate better addresses this division in 2012 than it did in the decades prior to the Civil War.” [Read more…]
by Harrison Schmitt
The constitutionality, as well as the common sense and fairness of collective bargaining for teachers and other public employees, has been brought to the fore by events in Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio and other states. [Read more…]
by Harrison Schmitt, America’s Uncommon Sense
Regulatory intrusions into the social and economic fabric of America have reached crisis levels in their attack on individual and collective freedom.
Recent actions by the Obama Administration in placing regulatory limits on healthcare, the Internet, the use of public lands, transportation, energy production and transmission, and financial transactions merely constitute the tip of a colossal dictatorial iceberg ahead of the American Ship of Liberty. [Read more…]
by Harrison Schmitt
The Nation’s Founders recognized that a formal Constitution and Bill of Rights could not fully protect the natural rights of Americans that arise from their existence as free human beings. They therefore included a specific guarantee of those natural rights as the Bill of Rights’ 9th Amendment. [Read more…]
by Harrison H. Schmitt
The Founders understood the importance of science and technology in the long-term future of the United States. Without science and engineering advancement, in the face of advancement by others, America could not compete with our ideological and economic challengers. Imagine our world if, before America, Nazi Germany had atomic weapons or the former Soviet Union had nuclear submarines or reached the Moon. [Read more…]