Tag: Democrat Party

Review of “Hillary’s America”

Yesterday I went to see Dinesh D’Souza’s new film, Hillary’s America. I saw his previous two—2016: Obama’s America and America: Imagine the World Without Her—and all three, from my perspective, are superbly written, visually effective, professionally produced, and timely for an age living in deception. My personal favorite is the second, America: Imagine the World Without Her, but the new Hillary film is very significant as well. Hillary’s America has two goals: trace the “hidden” history of the Democrat party;… Read more »

Three Revolutions

Three revolutions: American, French, Russian.  A world of difference when you compare them. The American Revolution, in my view, was not a revolution in the popular understanding of that term, whereas the other two were. In fact, my students know that I famously (infamously?) rename the American Revolution as The American War for Continued Self-Government. Not very catchy, I know, but more accurate. I point to the fact that this perceived revolution was for the maintenance of the rights and… Read more »