Dinesh D’Souza is an immigrant. He chose to be an American. Not an Indian-American, he chose to be an American, like me.
In an age where the favorite tactic is to outshout, not out reason, your opponent, Dinesh D’Souza quietly overwhelms America’s haters with facts, with historical bonifides that cannot be denied.
In Dinesh D’Souza’s America: Imagine the World Without Her we are given answers to all the condemnations of ourselves, our history and our country to which we have not had access before because part of the Progressive battle plan has been to deny us the history which would have given us those answers.
America has been a force for good in the world, despite what the Progressives would like to think and about which they go to such great lengths to lie.
Even those who despise us, when given the choice of surrendering to our forces or the forces of any other military force on the planet, will rush towards the American line like a toddler rushing into his mother’s arms.
Ronald Reagan’s first election was one that I was born 26 days too late to participate in. My contribution at that point was limited to bearing his bumper stickers on my car and singing his praises to everyone who would listen.
With the Prime Interest Rate at more than 20%, that included just about everyone.
1980 was a time when, it seemed, the entire country had just broken a terrible fever, the kind that came with terrible night sweats and dreams making you wonder if you would make it to the morning light.
Reagan led us in such a fashion that people had hope for the future. Hope for the future and an energy that made you leap out of the bed and rush to the day’s activities, certain of victory in pursuit of your goals.
This is a most hateful state of affairs for the Progressives and others who are not happy unless the world is miserable.
Dinesh D’Souza’s America: Imagine the World Without Her will lift your spirits and make you realize that the faith you feel in your bones in the basic goodness of America and her special place in history is more than justifiable, it is proven.
You can view America: Imagine the World Without Her on Netflix and Amazon.